City Related After-Hours Emergency

If you have an after-hours City related emergency please call:
 Jul 28 - Aug 4 435-994-0959
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)

Budget Year End 06/30/2017

Beginning Budget Year Ending 06/30/2017

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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CONGRATULATIONS to the 2016 Pony All Star Team coached by Steve Pond, Mike Dahle and Todd Wilson for winning the State tournament. They will be representing both Providence City and the State in their upcoming tournament in California.

Please support them in their fundraising tomorrow, Saturday, July 23rd at Master Mechanic, 142 North Gateway Drive, Providence UT, where they will be providing car washes from 10:00 - 2:00.

Fireworks and Restrictions

Fireworks may be discharged from July 1 to July 7 and from July 21 to July 27, from 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM, except that on July 4 and July 24 , the hours are 11:00 AM - Midnight. Fireworks violations should be reported to the Cache County Sheriff's Office.
Fireworks can be frightening and even dangerous for animals. Please take precautions to keep you pets safe during the summer holidays.
Providence City Code prohibits fireworks to be ignited or exploded in the City parks without authorization by the City.


Due to current and forecasted weather conditions coupled with extremely dry conditions and heavy loading of vegetation, it is determined by the Providence City Council that hazardous environmental conditions necessitate controlled use of fireworks.

THEREFORE, under the authority of the Providence City Code Title 9, Chapter 6 Fire Code, Section 6, and in accordance with State Code, the Providence City Council hereby orders that the use, igniting, or displaying of fireworks of any type defined in Utah Code Ann. §53-7-202 is prohibited in the following areas:

1. The Wildland Urban Interface Area which has been defined as:

Beginning at approximately 450 North 300 East, all properties north of 450 North and east of 300 East continuing south to 100 South, all properties south of 100 South and east of Main Street continuing south to 500 South, all properties south of 500 South, continuing west to Meadow Lane, all properties west of Meadow Lane, continuing north to 300 South, then all properties west of Garden Drive continuing north to Golf Course Rd, all properties north of Golf Course Road, continuing east to 100 West, all properties west of 100 West continuing north to Spring Creek Parkway, all properties north of Spring Creek Parkway continuing east to approximately 450 North 300 East. (See the attached map – fireworks are prohibited in all areas outside of the red line).

  1. Any mountainous, brush-covered, or forested areas not defined above.
  1. Any undeveloped wildland or land being used for agricultural purposes.              
This order shall be in effect for the period of July 15, 2016 to July 31, 2016.
Violators of this order are subject to criminal prosecution pursuant to Providence City Code 9-6-5.
Order adopted this 12 day of July, 2016 by the Providence City Council.

Road Construction Projects

Providence City will be rebuilding Fuhriman Drive and improving 300 East from approximately 875 South to 1000 South. Weather permitting, we anticipate the Fuhriman Drive project will begin April 18, and 300 East will begin May 2. We hope to keep Fuhriman Drive open to local traffic for most of the project, however, there may be some road closures. 300 East from approximately 875 South to 1000 South will be closed for the duration of the project. Please plan to use an alternate route.
Construction equipment will be moving to 400 South beginning June 27. Construction will start after the 4th of July.
Your street may be closing for road maintenance. Information for road closures for the road surfacing (HA5) project. Thank you for your cooperation and patience during this project.
Millville City has started their 450 North to 550 North Roadway Connection Project. They will be installing a roundabout at the intersection of 450 North Main. Millville's 450 North is Providence's 1000 South; and Millville's Main Street is our 200 West. There will be road closures associated with this project and we ask that you use caution and follow all construction and detour signs if you are in the area.

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.

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


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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 is tentatively scheduled to open May 28 for the 2016 season.

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