|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.
Community Education Channel
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.
The Hurricane City Council meeting, and all public hearings, scheduled for March 19th at 6 p.m. have been cancelled in light of COVID-19 virus guidance from the Department of Health regarding public gatherings.
The City of Hurricane is also temporarily suspending the JUC meetings. If you have development questions, concerns or need to address the JUC committee, please contact: Mike Vercimak at 435-638-2811 ext. 119 or email email@example.com
The Washington County Water Conservancy District has informed us that it is making repairs to the line that feeds our irrigation system. Service should return by Saturday.
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 Council approved new culinary water rates on November 21, 2019. The new rates go into effect January 1, 2020. New rate charts are available can be downloaded here.
The Hurricane City Water Department will beginning the Dixie Springs Water Line Replacement Project beginning Monday, January 13th. This is a large project and will take several months to complete. Questions or concerns may be directed to the Water Department at (435) 635-9442. Project Map.
Road closure maps will be provided as work progress thru the subdivision. Roads will be open to local traffic only and emergency vehicles.
Initial work will begin near the intersection of 2440 S and Wilson Dr. Residents are requested not to park on the streets shaded with green hatching on the Road Closure Map.
Are you interested in multi-use trails in Washington County, specifically between Hurricane and Springdale? We need your voice! The Zion Regional Collaborative is working on an initial planning study to come up with feasible trail routes from the Hurricane/La Verkin area to Springdale - a distance of 22 miles.
At this point the Collaborative has draft trail routes to get your input on. Please click on THIS SURVEY LINK to learn more and provide your input on the routes. Thank you for your time
Hurricane Transportation Master Plan11/4/2019
The Hurricane Transportation Master Plan was presented at the November 7, 2019 Council Meeting for a public hearing.
Please direct your comments or questions to Toni Foran (435-635-2811 x118) or Authur LeBaron (435-635-2811 x113).
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.