City Related After-Hours Emergency

If you have an after-hours City related emergency please call:
 Feb 4 - Feb 11  435-994-0960
This is NOT for emergencies involving fire, law enforcement, or animal control.

2016 Meeting Schedule

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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

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  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.
Phone: 435-752-9441 Fax: 435-753-1586

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The HEAT (Home Energy Assistance Target) Assistance Program is currently open and will continue to see clients through April 30, 2016 or until federal funds are exhausted.

The HEAT Program is a federally funded assistance program designed to help low-income, elderly and disabled households with home energy costs. The benefit amount is based on household income, household size, type of fuel used and energy burden. HEAT benefits are a one-time payment and will not cover your entire winter heating costs.

Cache County residents may call the BRAG HEAT Office at (435) 713-1444 to schedule your appointment. Box Elder residents call 1-435-723-1116. Rich County residents call 1-877-772-7242. If you are elderly or disabled and unable to come into our office we have someone who will come to your home. Please mention this when you call to schedule your appointment.

The Cache County HEAT office is located at the BRAG Office (Bear River Association of Governments) at 170 North Main, Logan.

Prevent Frozen Pipes

With winter temperatures dipping into the negatives numbers, please remember to leave one faucet with a drip in order to help prevent frozen pipes.

Winter Parking Hours

Winter parking hours will begin December 1, 2015 or 24 hours after the first significant snow storm that requires the plows to be out, whichever comes first. That means no parking on the street between the hours of twelve o'clock (12:00) midnight and six o'clock (6:00) a.m. the next day. To view the entire ordinance please go to, Your Government, City Code, Title 6, Chapter 2, Section 8.a: Winter Regulations: Night Parking.

Business and Dog License Renewals

Business License Renewal: Business licenses may be renewed by phone (752-9441) or by coming into Providence City Office (15 South Main). Business licenses renewed before December 31, 2015 shall receive a 10% discount. Any license renewed after December 31, 2015 will be regular price and any license renewed after January 31, 2016 shall receive a penalty fee.

Dog License Renewal: Dog licenses can be renewed by mail, by phone or by coming into the Providence City Office. All dogs must have a current rabies vaccine in order to be licensed. Dog license renewals are due January 1, 2016 and shall be delinquent after January 31, 2016. Any dog license renewal paid after January 31, 2016 will receive a penalty fee.

Please Remove Snow from Sidewalks

Did you know is it a violation of Providence City Code to fail to remove snow from the sidewalk adjacent to your property. Thank you for keeping our sidewalks safe.

7-1-2:                          REMOVAL OF SNOW:


A. Failure to Remove Unlawful: It shall be unlawful for the owner, occupant, lesser, or agent of any property, abutting on a paved sidewalk, to fail to remove, or have removed from such paved sidewalk, all hail, snow, or sleet hereon within a reasonable time after such snow, hail, or sleet has fallen.

B. Depositing in Gutter Unlawful: It shall be unlawful for any person removing snow from the sidewalk, to deposit snow, dirt, leaves, or any other material, in the gutter so as to clog or prevent the free flow or water therein. (1977 Code ' 11-361)



C. Depositing in Street Unlawful: It shall be unlawful for any person removing snow, ice, or other material from private property to place or deposit said snow, ice, or other material upon any City street or road.


D. Responsible for Damages: If during the course of removing snow, the person/entity removing the snow damages private or public property, the person/entity removing the snow is responsible for repair and/or compensation for the damage.


E. Removal of Snow on the Asphalt and/or Travel Portion of the City Right-of-Way: Snow removal from the asphalt and/or travel portion of the City right-of-way shall be performed by the City or parties authorized by the City, except the area for mail delivery. If a self-propelled vehicle is used to remove snow from a sidewalk (other than across a driveway), the vehicle shall be no wider than the width of the sidewalk


Please Keep Waterways Clean

Please help keep the waterways on or along your property clean and free from any debris (including leaves) that may impede the flow of the water.  It is important to keep water ways clear to allow for irrigation water and/or storm water. Thank you for your help.

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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 located is at Alma H Leonhardt Park, 310 West 250 North.
The splash pad has closed for the season.
Please come visit us next summer.


Get Fit this summer by joining our FREE
100 Mile Club and Exercise Club

Just print off the following forms and keep track of your record. 
When you hit 100 miles or 40 hours of exercise, bring in your form for a PRIZE!
This is fun for the ENTIRE FAMILY!

100 Mile Club Form
Exercise Club Form

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. The 2016 Parks & Recreation Booklet will soon be available.
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