City Related After-Hours Emergency
If you have an after-hours City related emergency please call:
May 24 - May 31 435-994-0964
This is NOT for emergencies involving fire, law enforcement, or animal control.
Pipeline Drawing - Winners
Congratulations to Natalie Mortensen, Blake Hadfield, and Bret Tanner. Their names were randomly selected from those that signed up for the Pipeline during February.
Providence Pipeline Signup
Click HERE to subscribe to the Providence Pipeline Community Alert System
Athletic Field Conditions
Baseball Fields: Closed until May 29
Batting Cages: Open
Soccer Fields: Open
Softball Fields: Open
(Updated: 05/24/2018 @ 5:13 PM)
Pursuant to Utah Code 52-4-202, Providence City hereby gives notice of its annual meeting schedule for each public body which holds regular meetings that are scheduled in advance over the course of a year.
Unless otherwise published, all meetings will be held at the Providence City Office, 164 North Gateway Dr, Providence UT, and will begin at 6:00PM.
Garbage collection day for Providence is on Wednesday. Recycling collection is every other week. Information on this can be found here
"A RICH HERITAGE - A VIBRANT FUTURE"
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
Providence City Council - Fills Mid-Term Vacancy
Providence City had five residents apply for the mid-term council vacancy: Laura Banda, Alex Bearnson, Rowan Cecil, Brent Fresz, and Robert Perry. During the May 22, 2018 City Council meeting, the Council selected Brent Fresz to fill the vacancy. The City welcomes Brent to the Council and thanks all of the applicants for their willingness to serve.
It is with heavy hearts, that we say good-bye to our friend and Council Member, Jeff Baldwin. We received word early Thursday morning (April 26) that Jeff passed away about 9:00 pm Wednesday (April 25) evening. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family. Jeff cared deeply about his family, his community, and people in general. He will be missed.
On the first Saturday of every month from 8:00AM to 10:00AM, a Town Hall will be held at City offices.We will have a topic for each Town Hall with a presentation. Anyone is welcome who would like to askquestions, be heard, get answers on any topic. We will serve refreshments and be prepared toaccommodate parents with kids. We will have our youth council available to watch the kids in the firstfloor classroom.The Town Hall will be held in council chambers on the 2nd floor Saturday, June 2, and the topic will be design standards for multi-family residential. Let Mayor Drew know if you have suggestions for topics you’d like to cover in depth at future Town Halls.Click here for the May 5 Budget Power Point Presentation.
May is National Bike Month
Cache County will celebrate National Bike Month with three major events designed to illustrate the simple joy of a bike ride. The events are organized by Trails Cache and Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee, Bear River Health, and Aggie Blue Bikes, along with local businesses and bicycle advocates. For more information, visit our Community Happenings Page
Spring Cleanup is Complete
The City has completed picking up limbs and the garbage dumpster has been removed. If you have additional limbs or green waste, please take them to the green waste bins at the Public Works Facility (350 East Center). If the bins are full please do not place your green waste on the ground. You may take the materials to the Logan City Green Waste Facility at 153 N 1400 West in Logan for no charge.
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. Please do not blow or rake lawn clippings, leaves, or other debris in to the gutters or ditches. 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.