Mayor Dick Callaway said the ordinances align the city code with state law.
The first ordinance makes it a crime to operate a vehicle without registration as well as the procedure if a license plate is lost or stolen.
Violation of the ordinance can result in a fine of up to $500.
The second ordinance outlines the penalty for using a vehicle registration or license plate that belongs to someone else.
The penalty is also a fine of up to $500.
Council also passed an ordinance to second reading, which prohibits breaking into vehicles and other mobile equipment. Depending on the value of items stolen, violation of the ordinance may be a misdemeanor or felony.
Finally, council passed on first reading an ordinance that updates part of the zoning ordinance.