|Citizen Participation||Meeting Schedule, Agendas and Minute|
|Member||Area of Responsibility||Term Expires|
|John Bramall, Mayor
||Administration, Police, Animal Control, School Crossing Guards, Victim Services, Public Works, Engineering, Ash Creek Special Service District||12/2021|
|Nanette Billings||Parks and Cemetery, Appeals Board, Airport, Historical Preservation, Solid Waste District and Youth Council||12/2023|
||Planning Commission, Economic Development, Planning Department, Power Department and Swimming Pool
|Joseph Prete||Court, Water Department, Recreation, Tree Board and Beautification Committee||12/2023|
|Dave Sanders||Emergency Management, Streets and Drainage, Prosecutor's Office, Code Enforcement and Building and Inspections||12/2023|
|Kevin Tervort||Ash Creek Special Service District, Golf Course, Industrial Park, Mosquito Abatement and Hurricane Valley Fire District||12/2021|
Hurricane City Council Members are elected at large and serve four-year terms (Utah State Code Section 2-6-030). The Council is responsible for carrying out Hurricane City’s legislative and executive powers. Council members are also assigned specific oversight and coordination responsibilities for various functional areas within the city. Members may be contacted by phone through the City Office or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Citizens are encouraged to attend and contribute to the Council meetings during the Public Forum section which begins at 6:15 pm. Please sign in with the City Recorder at any regularly scheduled meeting by 6:00 P.M to be put on the forum agenda.
In order to be considerate of everyone attending the meeting and to more closely follow the published agenda, public comments will be limited to two (2) minutes per person per item. A spokesperson representing a group to summarize their concerns will be allowed five (5) minutes to speak. Repetitious commentary will not be allowed. If you need additional time, please submit a written agenda item request form with the City Recorder before 5:00 p.m. the Wednesday one week before the Council meeting. For more information contact the City Recorder.
Another way the Council seeks citizen input is during public hearing items. Agenda items labeled "Public Hearing" can be commented on by the public. Before the Council makes a final decision on an issue, the public is given an opportunity to comment on the issue during the Council meeting.
City Council meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month in the City Council Chambers, 147 North 870 West. A pre-meeting begins at 5:00 P.M. This pre-meeting session gives the Council an opportunity to receive staff updates from department supervisors and to be presented with additional details about specific agenda items. The business session begins at 6:00 PM. Business sessions are where the Council takes action on agenda items and where citizens can become part of the decision-making process during the Public Forum.
Closed sessions are not open to the public. Discussions within these meetings are legally limited to litigation, property acquisition, or personnel issues.
Special and joint Council/Planning Commission meetings may be added to the schedule throughout the year. These special meetings will be announced at least 24 hours prior to the meeting date.
Meeting agendas and minutes listed below are in PDF format. In order to view these files you must have Adobe Reader installed on your computer..
|2020 Meeting Date||Agenda||Meeting Packet||Minutes||Audio||Meeting Type|
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Meeting agendas and minutes are posted on the website for one year. Go to the Agenda Archive page for previous documents.
Audio recordings of each meeting are available for up to one year by request only. A fee is charged for CD's of audio recordings. For agendas and minutes not posted on the website, or for copies of meeting recordings contact the City Recorder.