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|147 N 870 W
Hurricane, UT 84737
|Office: (435) 635-2811
FAX: (435) 635-4284
|Mon - Thur 8 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Friday 8 A.M. to 3 P.M.
|NOTE: The Utility Office is closed for lunch daily from 1 P.M. to 1:30 P.M.
Please be aware that the November 7, 2017 municipal election for Hurricane City is cancelled.
According to Utah State Code (20A-1-206) if candidates of a local election run unopposed and there are no ballot propositions, the municipal legislative body may pass a resolution cancelling the election. The Hurricane City Council passed a resolution on October 5, 2017 per this requirement.
Hurricane City Candidates that were running for office in November included Mayor John Bramall and councilmembers Darin Larson and Kevin Tervort. As the Hurricane candidates running for office were running unopposed and there are no ballot propositions, Hurricane City residents will not be voting on November 7, 2017.
Please be aware that the majority of Southern Utah communities will still be holding an election due to their individual community circumstances.
At 7:00 PM keynote speaker Bill Lund of the Utah Geological Survey will give a talk about Earthquakes in the Hurricane Valley.
Earthquake Preparedness Hand-outs will be available along with a display of Emergency Response Vehicles for the kids.
We are also looking for public feedback about the plan so please take the survey at the Transportation Planning information website.
For more information on this plan please watch this video.
2017 Fireworks Restrictions Proclamation
For more information regarding the 2017 Election click here.
Your BluCan will be emptied every other Thursday after your starting date.
Did you know that Hurricane City Police Department has its own radio station? Station 104.5 FM, was established specifically to broadcast vital information in the event of an emergency or disaster in our area.
It also provides information relating to safety tips, Mayor Message, City Public Works Departments, plus messages from Homeland Security, FEMA, the Centers for Disease Control and other sources. You’ll also get information on Hurricane community events throughout the year.
Our goal is to make it easier for the public to find city information and resources online. Comments and suggestions are invaluable to us as we work to improve this site. Please call in or e-mail your feedback to the web site administrator.