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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.
Information on the 600 N widening and reconstruction project can be found on the City Engineer's page. Information and Complaint Line: 888-342-1555
Utah residents are invited to participate in the statewide Envision Utah process by visiting envisionutah.org online and participating in the "Build Your Utah" application, a video-game like scenario builder which enables visitors to make various decisions about the way the state should grow, then seeing a graphic representation of the results. The application and additional information on Envision Utah are available on the website.
The Hurricane City Animal Shelter will be offering their annual Vaccination/Dog License Clinics on the following dates.
License Fees: Spayed/Neutered $10, Not Spayed/Neutered $22. Vaccinations will be discounted.
The Hurricane City Municipal General Election will be held on November 3, 2015. Three positions for City Council Member(4 year term each) will be on the ballot.
Anyone interested in running for these positions must file a Declaration of Candidacy Form or a Nomination Petition in person with the City Recorder at 147 N 870 W Hurricane, Utah. Filings may be done between the hours of 8am and 5pm Monday through Thursday, or between the hours of 8am and 3 pm on Friday. Questions should be directed to the City Recorder.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance1/7/2015
It’s tax time again, VITA has several sites in the Washington county area and can help you with free tax preparation if you’ve made $54,000 or less. Our sites will be opening in February so please check out utahtaxhelp.org for a site near you with opening dates and times, or you can call 211 for appointments in the Five County area. Washington County contact: Tom Everett email@example.com, 435-673-3548.
Those words can mean being left with an enormous clean-up bill, or even the cost of replacing an entire house, for people all over the country every year. Over 25% of flood insurance claims are for property that is not located in a floodplain. In fact, a good portion of Hurricane is identified as a "zone X" which is "Areas of 1% annual chance of flood with average depths of less than one foot" and not considered a floodplain. Think about how much damage "less than 1 foot" floodwater could do to your property and talk to an insurance agent. Flood insurance rates outside the floodplain can be surprisingly affordable.
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