City Related After-Hours Emergency

If you have an after-hours City related emergency please call:
May 7 - May 14 435-994-1195
May 14 - May 21 435-881-7911
May 21 - May 28 435-994-0960
This is NOT for emergencies involving fire, law enforcement, or animal control.

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

2015 Meeting Schedule

Click Here for the 2015 Meeting Schedule

Providence City, Utah

City Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Phone: 435-752-9441 Fax: 435-753-1586

The city office will be closed for Memorial Day on Monday, May 25

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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.

Recreation info

Baseball teams are now playing in Providence and the snack stand is now open.  Come enjoy a snack and support the teams.

For field closures, please call the city office at 435-752-9441 (after 3 pm) and asked to be transferred to ext. 36.

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.

Public Works News

The green waste bins are now at the Public Works Facility (350 East Center) and available for use. We would ask that if the bins are full that you come back rather than place your green waste on the ground.
We have requested from Logan City two garbage dumpsters for spring cleanup. Watch for them around the 17th of April and they will be here for 2 weeks. One will be located at the Public Works Facility (350 East Center) and the other at 400 South Main. Please do not place garbage on the ground if the dumpsters are full. There will also be a dumpster at the Public Works Facility for metal items.
The City will begin picking up green waste/branches on Monday, April 20th. The City will not pick up any stumps or any branches that are longer than 10 feet or bigger than 6 inches in diameter; please do not put them out for pickup. We will go over the entire City one time. After we have been along your street, please do not put more branches out.
We will start reading water meters April 15th, please make sure that the entire water meter lid is accessible to the readers.

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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 is closed for the season.


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

2014 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.
Click here for the 2014 Park & Recreation Booklet