Providence City, Utah
City Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Phone: 435-752-9441 Fax: 435-753-1586
Vote By-Mail Primary Election
The following residents filed a Declaration of Candidacy for three 4-year term council seats: Kirk Allen, Michael C. Harbin, Roy Sneddon, Sandra T. Checketts, Rowan E. Cecil, Jeffrey D. Turley, Dennis A. Giles.
Providence City will hold a Vote By-Mail Primary Election
Please be aware that on Election Day (August 11, 2015) there will be NO POLLING PLACE in your precinct and if you fail to follow the instructions that are included with your by-mail ballot, you will be unable to vote in this election.
For your ballot to be counted, your ballot must be mailed and clearly postmarked before Election Day (no later than August 10, 2015) or you may drop your ballot off at the official ballot drop-off located at the Providence City Office Building, 15 South Main, Providence.
Ballots will be accepted at the Providence City Recorder’s Office, (15 South Main, Providence UT) on Election Day until 8:00 p.m.
You should receive your ballot in the mail shortly after July 13.
Please call the Providence City Office if you have questions, 435-752-9441; or you can email questions to email@example.com
Click here to view a sample ballot
For candidate contact information, click on the Elections Tab above.
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Please Keep Sidewalks Free From Obstructions
Did you know is it a violation of Providence City Code to place items on the sidewalk that obstruct use of the sidewalk? Boards, dams, tree limbs, etc. placed on the sidewalks are considered obstructions and should be removed. Please avoid parking vehicles, trailers, etc. on the sidewalks. In some neighborhoods, the sidewalk is adjacent to a rolled curb. When parking in these neighborhoods, please park in a manner that does not impede sidewalk use. Thank you for keeping our sidewalks safe.
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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