The designated street is a stretch of West Chestnut Street from North Depot Street to North Sherman Street, where the Stultz family lives.
In honor of Cpl. Stultz, Council Member Sam Glover stood to read the resolution to those in attendance, which included a large portion of the Stultz family.
The resolution was then passed with no opposition.
Meanwhile, in other council news, the final action was taken on a tax abatement granted to Morris Manufacturing.
Morris Manufacturing's tax abatement is for machinery that costs approximately $1.09 million and will allow the company to increase its personnel from 188 to 207.
The Brazil City Council meets the second Tuesday of every month, at 7 p.m., in Brazil City Hall.