|OFFICE ADDRESS||PHONE||OFFICE HOURS||Follow Us On|
|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.
NOTE: The Xpress Bill Pay link provided on this web site is the only method approved by Hurricane City for online payments. YOU WILL NOT BE CHARGED A PROCESSING FEE FOR USING THIS SERVICE.
Using any other online payment system may result in additional credit card fees and charges. These extra fees ARE NOT passed on to Hurricane City. If you have questions about which service you are using please contact the Utility Office at 435-635-2811.
|Billings, Nanette||1398 S 160 Wfirstname.lastname@example.org||435-680-2757||nanetttebillings.com|
|Tervort, Kevin||2591 W 100 Semail@example.com||435-680-4835|
|Christiansen, Travis R.||746 W 1500 Sfirstname.lastname@example.org||435-674-2564|
|Heideman, V. Douglas||375 S 800 Wemail@example.com||435-862-6968|
|Hawkins, Brian||535 S 60 Efirstname.lastname@example.org||435-773-5744|
|Hirschi, David M.||179 E 400 Nemail@example.com||435-313-3310|
|Larson, Darin D.||718 S 990 Wfirstname.lastname@example.org||435-619-1065|
|Thomas, Kevin D.||970 N 120 Eemail@example.com||435-229-0462|
6/7/21The Hurricane City Council will hold a Public Hearing during their regular meeting on June 17, 2021 commencing at 6 p.m. to take comments on the following:
Notice of Municipal Offices to be voted on in the Hurricane City Municipal General Elections on Primary Election (if required) August, 10, 2021 and General Election November 2, 2021
Mayor (4 year term)
(2) City Council Member (4 year term each)
Candidate Filing Period Begins June 1, 2021
Declaration of Candidacy Forms must be filed in person with the City Recorder at 147 N 870 West Hurricane, Utah between the house of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Candidate Filing Deadline Ends June 7, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.
The Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) Notice
Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB) For Forms and Instruction please see: Utah's Online Tool: Federal Voting Assistance for Service members
Notice of Intent (NOI) to prepare an EIS for the Gould Wash Flood Protection Project was posted in the Federal Register at this site: Gould Wash Flood Protection Project
Hurricane, Utah as the owner of the Hurricane Airport, is requesting statements of qualifications and experience from consulting firms qualified and experienced in the field of airport engineering services.
Utah DEQ Drinking Water Protections Against COVID-193/9/2020
The Utah State Department of Environmental Quality has issued a statement about the safety of the public water supply.
The Hurricane PD has a new web site to help people find lost property. This site is open to the public and will be updated regularly with new listings. Visit the Foundrop site if you have lost property in Hurricane.
The City of Hurricane has been alerted to a phone scam regarding utility payments. The scammer will call and say your utility bill is overdue and you must make a payment immediately, over the phone, or risk utility shut off. DO NOT GIVE OUT YOUR PERSONAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION OVER THE PHONE.
The City of Hurricane City will NEVER contact you by phone regarding overdue utility payments. If you receive one of these calls, report it to the Hurricane Police Department at (435) 627-4999.
As some of our residents have already experienced, it does not always flood in designated floodplain areas. However, because Hurricane City is a participating community, ANY property owner or renter can purchase FLOOD INSURANCE to protect home and contents from flooding, whether they are located in a floodplain or not. Call your agent today!!
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.