City Related After-Hours Emergency

If you have an after-hours City related emergency please call:
Mar 16 - Mar 23 435-994-0959
This is NOT for emergencies involving fire, law enforcement, or animal control.

Garbage and Recycling

Garbage collection day for Providence is on Wednesday. Recycling collection is every other week. Information on this can be found here.

Scholarship Oppertinities

2017 Meeting Schedule

City Council 2017 Meeting Schedule
Planning Commission 2017 Meeting Schedule
Historic Preservation Commission 2017 Meeting Schedule

Budget Year End 06/30/2017

Beginning Budget Year Ending 06/30/2017

Budget Year Ending 06/30/2016

Proposed Budget Worksheets for June 9, 2015 meeting
Approved Budget as of 07/01/2015.

Budget Year End 06/30/2015

Beginning Budget for year end 06/30/2015
Revised (12/09/2014) Budget for year end 06/30/2015
Public Hearing Notice Adjustments for 2015 Budgets (all funds)

2013 - 2014 Budget

Click Herefor 2013 - 2014 City Budget
  Click Here for the 2013 Providence City Financial Statements
Click Here for 2012 Providence City Financial Statements

Providence City, Utah


City Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
164 North Gateway Drive, Providence UT 84332
Phone: 435-752-9441 Fax: 435-753-1586

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City Offices New Location

We are now open for business at our new location, 164 North Gateway Drive. The drop box is still at our old location at 15 South Main Street. Pardon the mess we are still getting some things squared away. 

South Towns Talent Show

 Providence and other Southern Cache Valley Cities have been invited to participate in a community Talent Show.  Auditions for March 10th & 11th are filling up and are required to compete at the show held at Ridgeline High on April 22nd.  Coaching will be available for those advancing from auditions to the South Towns Talent Show to help you and or your group hone and refine your performance.  Prizes will be awarded to top Talent Show performers including an audience choice award.  The audience will also have a chance to join in the fun with the twist dance contest where you just might earn a night on the town. Registration available through:


Winter Parking Hours

Winter Parking is now in place.

Night Parking: It shall be unlawful for the driver or owner of any vehicle to park any vehicle or equipment on any street or right of way within eight feet (8') of the pavement in the City beginning 24 hours after the first measurable snowfall (enough to require City snow removal, which occurs after October 31) or December 1, whichever comes earlier, of each year and ending April 15 of the following year, between the hours of twelve o’clock (12:00) midnight and six o’clock (6:00) A.M. the next day, for a period of time longer than three (3) minutes when loading or unloading passengers. This subsection shall not apply to doctors on house calls, emergency vehicles, or vehicles used in the repair of utilities. The City will not be liable for any damage occurring to any vehicle or equipment parked on any street or right of way, during street and right of way maintenance.

Parking citations will be issued for violation of this ordinance. Overnight parking citation fee is $25. The fee is dropped to $20 if paid within the first five days. You must bring the citation to the city office with you if paying within the first five days.


Please Keep Waterways Clean

Please help keep the waterways on or along your property clean and free from any debris that may impede the flow of the water. Thank you.



Construction or repairing of buildings, Pile drivers, Hammers, Yelling, Shouting, Radios, subwoofers, Power Lawn Mowers, and Snow blowers, etc.  All shall be prohibited between the hours of ten (10:00) p.m. and six (6:00) a.m. the following day, local prevailing time, except in case of urgent necessity in the interest of public health and safety, and then only with a permit from the city.


Business License Renewel

Business licenses can now be renewed for 2017. Business license fees paid after January 31 shall receive a penalty of 50%; an additional $12.50 for home business, an additional $25.00 for commercial business. Home business licenses are normally $25 and commercial business licenses are $50; with the late fee renew is $37.50 and $75.00 respectively.

Dog License Renewal

It is time to renew your dog license. Any dog license renewed after January 31, 2017 will be delinquent and will incur a $10 late fee. All dogs must have  proof of current rabies vaccine in order to be licensed. Current dog license fees are $15 for a spayed/neutered dog and $25 for a non-spayed/neutered dog; late renewals are $25 and $25 respectively.

ULCT Annual Essay Contest

The Utah League of Cities and Towns (ULCT) encourages the youth of our state to become more aware of their communities.  An annual essay contest, “Why I Like My Community,” is open to students in fourth and seventh grades.  Many teachers have commented that the contest enhances the social studies curriculum for these two grades by giving students an opportunity and some encouragement to look at their communities in new ways.  Others have used the contest as a concrete way to use the writing process. For more information visit

Get Fit Clubs

Get Fit this summer by joining our FREE

100 Mile Club and Exercise Club
This is fun for the ENTIRE FAMILY!
Visit our Recreation Page for tracking forms


Utility Billing

Online Bill Pay is now available.

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Providence Canyon Trail

When going to Providence Canyon to shoot your guns for recreation or to hunt, please make sure you NEVER SHOOT SOUTH toward the trail.  There are signs noting this, but please be aware and use extra caution.  Be safe and have fun!

For more information regarding the trail plese click the following web address and scroll to Providence Canyon Trail.

Splash Pad

The splash pad is located at Alma H Leonhardt Park, 310 West 250 North.
The splash pad will be closed for the 2016 season beginning September 6, 2016.

2016 Parks & Recreation Booklet

The mission of Providence City recreation is to provide a variety of active and passive recreational and leisure opportunities for residents of all ages and abilities to encourage healthy lifestyles and to enhance the quality of our lives. 2016 Parks & Recreation Booklet