This Week at Rules – November 4, 2020

Brody Mangum Public News

Hello rule readers,

This week at rules we talk about our weekly Front Page Focus and continue last week’s coverage on our upcoming new search.

Front Page Focus

Coming in as our first Front Page Focus based on its rapid growth in views is R432-270, Assisted Living Facilities. R432-270 looks at the licensing requirements, operating standards, and penalties for assisted living facilities. A great resource for owners, employees, and patrons who are looking to better understand the industry.

Next to this we have the Codification Segue and a link to this post!

Upcoming Changes – Utah Administrative Code & Codification Segue Web Pages

Last week, we explored a bit of our new search site. Let’s continue looking at this transition by talking about what will happen to our current Codification Segue and Utah Administrative Code pages.

We’ve talked about the Codification Segue and Utah Administrative Code before (need a quick refresher? Visit this post for the basics). You might be visiting these two pages regularly to track or view specific rules. Below, we’ve gone over a few of the most frequently asked questions about these pages.

  • Will the Codification Segue and Utah Administrative Code pages still be available?

At this time, yes. There are no plans of removing these pages in the short-term. If that ever were to change, we’ll make sure it’s advertised and give people plenty of warning.

  • Will the Codification Segue and Utah Administrative Code pages still be updated?

Once we announce the finished transition to the new AdminRules Search, the Codification Segue and Utah Administrative Code will no longer be updated, as all of their content will be hosted on the new AdminRules Search.

  • I have bookmarks, favorites, or saved links of certain rules. Will these still work?

Yes! While we’re introducing a new search system, old bookmarks will still work and properly navigate to the content of those rules. We’d recommend bookmarking the new site, however, which can be found here.

  • I have a question about this transition or other feedback I’d like to give.

That’s great! If you’re looking to share your ideas with us, send us an email at rulesonline@utah.gov and we’ll be sure to get back to you.