Community Development & Land UseBasic Land Use Information
Basic Land Use Information
Providence City Land Use Code is comprised of Providence City Code Title 10 Zoning Regulations and Title 11 Subdivision Regulations.
The purposes of these land use codes are to:
- protect and promote the health, safety, order, prosperity, and general welfare of the present and future inhabitants of the City. This includes the regulations on the height and size of buildings and other structures, percentage of lot that may be occupied, size of yards, courts, and other open spaces, density of population, and use of buildings, structures and land for trade, industry, residence or other purposes, and the landscaping thereof; and
- promote an adequate and efficient street and road system, to prevent congestion on streets and promote traffic safety, to secure desirable public space, to ensure proper distribution of population, to provide for adequate utilities and public improvements, to provide for orderly growth and to improve the health, safety and general welfare of the people.
Permitted Land Uses
Providence City Code Title 10 Zoning Regulations, Chapter 6 Use Regulations contains the Use Chart. The chart shows which land uses are allowed in each zone. To use the chart, find your area on the Zoning Map located in the “Maps” section below. The Zone abbreviations are listed across the top row of the Use Chart. Look down the column for the uses allowed in that zone.
Providence City Code Title 10 Zoning Regulations, Chapter 8 Area Regulations contains the Space Requirement Chart. To use the chart, find your area on the Zoning Map located in the “Maps” section below. The Zone abbreviations are listed across the top row of the Space Requirement chart. Look down the column for the requirements in that zone.
Review & Approval Process
Residential site plans (new homes, outbuildings, remodels, additions) are reviewed by city zoning staff, unless they require a conditional use permit. Conditional Use permits are reviewed and approved by the Administrative Land Use Authority. Commercial site plans are also reviewed by the Administrative Land Use Authority. Subdivisions are reviewed by the Executive Staff (see below), then approved by the Planning Commission at the Preliminary Plat and Final Plat stage.
Annexation Notices – Current
Parcels 02-096-0035, 02-090-0013, 03-002-0007 (Byington/Fuhriman/Low)
Application for annexation
Resolution 033-2020 Acceptance for Further Consideration
Notice of Certification
Notice of Petition for Annexation
Notice of Public Hearing for Annexation & Zone Assignment
Annexation Notices – Past
Notice of Request for Disconnection (Simmons/Creed)
Legal Notice is hereby given that Steve Simmons and Howard Creed petition Providence City to disconnect the northern portion of their legal recorded parcels 02-117-0033 and 02-117-0023 totaling to 0.40 of an acre and measuring about 356 feet in length and 56 feet in width from Providence City. The land in question located at 210 East 2100 south, Cache County, Utah. Notice prepared by Steve Simmons
Notice of Public Hearing: Prior to making a decision on granting the request disconnect the property, the City Council is holding a public hearing. The purpose of the public hearing is to provide an opportunity for anyone interested to comment on the disconnection before action is taken. The City Council invites you to attend the hearing in order to offer your comments.
Parcel No. 02096-0058 (Champlin Development)
Parcel No.s 02-004-0001 & 02-004-0002 (Ridgeview Park/Chugg Property)
Theurer, Guymon, Stauffer
On July 10, 2018, the Providence City Council adopted Resolution 023-2018 a resolution accepting for further consideration an annexation petition filed by Josh Barnett on behalf of Stephan Guymon, Theurer Land Company, and Gary Stauffer. The property described in the annexation petition, Parcel No.s 02-117-0015, 02-117-0019, and 02-124-0009, is located adjacent to the south boundary of Providence City in the general area of 645 South 200 West, Providence UT.
Petition for Annexation; Annexation Plat; Certification of Petition; Notice of Petition for Annexation
The County and the City Recorder have received protests against this annexation.
Petition for Annexation Parcel No. 02-004-0012
Annexation petition filed by Gregory B. Gittins on behalf of the Shirley A Henderson Trust, for Parcel No. 02-004-0012 located adjacent to the north boundary of Providence City in the general area of 400 East 500 North
Parcel No. 02-004-0012 Annexation Plat
Parcel No. 02-004-0012 Notice of Certification of Petition
Parcel No. 02-004-0012 Notice of Petition of Annexation
Parcel No. 02-004-0003 (Chugg Property)
Parcel No. 02-004-0003 – Notice of Petition for Annexation
Parcel No. 02-004-0003 – Notice of Certification of Petition of Annexation
Parcel No. 02-004-0003 – Petition for Annexation
Parcel No. 02-004-0003 – Survey Map
Parcel No. 02-004-0003 – Parcel Zoning Viewer Map
Parcel No. 02-004-0003 – Feasibility Study
Gina and Mark Thompson approximately 500 W 500 S – December 21, 2016
Gina and Mark Thompson – Notice of Petition for Annexation
Gina and Mark Thompson – Certification of Petition for Annexation
Gina and Mark Thompson – Petition for Annexation
Gina and Mark Thompson – Map for Annexation
Gina and Mark Thompson – Cache County Review of Petition for Annexation
Logan Extermination – January 25, 2016
500 North Providence (800 South Cache County) east of 300 East Providence – December 2, 2015
Members First (Approximately 65 North HWY165) December 8, 2015
Developments in Progress
Developments in Progress
The following developments are in progress (as of 12/31/2020):
- Vineyard (Life Cycle Residential); 200 E Spring Creek Pkwy
- Providence Gateway (Multi Family High); 100 S 485 W (NE corner)
- Providence Gateway North (Multi Family Medium); N of Prov. Gateway
- Providence City Center (Mixed Use); 100 S 485 W (NW corner)
- Ballard Springs Subdivision (Single Family High; 55+ Community); 515 W 500 S
- Shoreline Estates Subdivision (Single Family Traditional); 700 E Spring Creek Pkwy
- Spring Creek Apartments (Mixed Use); 265 N Gateway Dr & 565 W 100 N
- Fickas (3-lot commercial CHD); 700 W 300 S
- Homan (2 lot residential SFT); 87 S 200 W
- Sage Crest (15-lot residential SFT); 150 N Sherwood Dr
These are developments in progress. They are private projects with infrastructure (street, curb, gutter, sidewalk, etc.) that will be dedicated to the city in the future.
City Code allows for up to two years for such projects to be complete. The city does not manage time schedules for such projects.
City Code 4-9-3
I. Construction or repairing of buildings. The erection (including excavation), demolition, alteration or repair of any building shall be prohibited between the hours of ten (10:00) p.m. and six (6:00) a.m. the following day, local prevailing time, except in case of urgent necessity in the interest of public health and safety, and then only with a permit from the city.
Executive Staff Review
Executive Staff Review
The executive staff review generally takes place as needed on the first and third Wednesday of the month at the Providence City Office building (164 North Gateway Drive). New applications and answers to review comments must be received at the City Office by the Wednesday prior to the meeting date.
Reviewing staff includes, but is not limited to:
John Drew, Mayor
Ryan Snow, City Manager
Skarlet Bankhead, Administrative Services Director
Chad Woolley, City Attorney (Cowdell & Woolley PC)
Max Pierce, City Engineer (CRS Engineers)
Rob Stapley, Public Works Director
Aaron Walker, Logan City Fire Dept.
Kathleen Alder, Planning Commission Chair
The above PDF contains the following chapters:
Title Page and Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Planning Context
Chapter 2: Community Context
Chapter 3: Framework for the Future
Chapter 4: Land Use, Neighborhoods, & Design
Chapter 5: Transportation Systems
Chapter 6: Moderate Income Housing
Chapter 7: Environmental Stewardship
Chapter 8: Public Services
Chapter 9: Public Safety and Emergency Management
Chapter 10: Annexation Policy Plan
Appendix A: Relevant Best Practices
What is the General Plan?
The general plan is a comprehensive policy document that is used to help guide the City in its future growth and change. In broad terms, the General Plan aims to map and communicate Providence City’s future based on a shared vision of the community. The ideas in this General Plan provide a means to improve the community character and quality of life for residents, increase prosperity and business development opportunities, and address city goals within the context of the growing region and regional impacts outlined in the plan document.
Why do we have a General Plan?
This General Plan functions in two roles for the City. First, this document updates and replaces the 2000 General Plan and ensures Providence meets the State requirements set by The State of Utah’s Land Use Development and Management Act (LUDMA). Secondly, the Plan is an advisory document that provides a basis for informed future decision making. The General Plan encourages consistency by establishing a framework for decision-making both in the short term and long-term. The plan provides guidance to land owners, current and future business owners, and residents. An understanding of the long-term vision for the City is needed so people can make decisions regarding their land with confidence in understanding the parameters of planning policies and why they are in place. City leaders and citizens have stated that they wish to preserve the character of Providence. This Plan ensures that this can be achieved while still ensuring that landowners are able to exercise their development rights.
Current Providence City Impact Fees
Providence City currently charges an impact fee for qualifying water facilities, wastewater facilities, roadway facilities, and park and recreation facilities. The current fees are listed in the Impact Fee Schedule 03/18/2020 Revision.
The fees apply to the service areas as defined in Providence City Code 9-1A-3: The entire area of the City and any areas outside the City serviced by such systems are hereby designated and established as one service area with respect to the culinary water system, the wastewater (sewer) system, parks and roads.
Utah Code 11-36a-102(8) defines impact fees as follows:
(a) Impact fee means a payment of money imposed upon new development activity as a condition of development approval to mitigate the impact of the new development on public infrastructure.
(b) Impact fee does not mean a tax, a special assessment, a building permit fee, a hookup fee, a fee for project improvements, or other reasonable permit or application fee.
Impact Fee Analyses
June 2020 Wastewater Impact Fee Facilities Plan and Analysis
November 2007 Park and Recreation Impact Fee Analysis
November 2007 Park and Recreation Capital Facilities Plan
July 1997 Roadways Impact Fee Analysis
July 1997 Water Impact Fee Analysis
Impact Fee Notices
Pursuant to UCA § 11-36a-501, Providence City hereby gives notice that the City intends to prepare or amend an impact fee facilities plan for the following: roadways, parks, water, wastewater, and storm water. The geographic area where the proposed impact fee facilities for roadways, parks, storm water, and wastewater will be determined as part of the facilities plan; but will be within Providence City corporate limits. The geographic area where the proposed impact fee facilities for water will also be determined and part of the facilities plan and will be within the City’s corporate limits; however some of the water facilities may be located within the area approximately 150 feet east of the east boundary line of the City.
Pursuant to UCA § 11-36a-503, Providence City hereby gives notice that the City intends to prepare or contract to prepare an impact fee analysis for the following: Roadways, Parks, Water, Sewer, and Storm Water
06/16/2016 Notice of Intent to prepare an Impact Fee Facilities Plan and an Impact Fee Analysis
09/07/2018 Second Notice of Intent to prepare an Impact Fee Facilities Plan and an Impact Fee Analysis
09/25/2018 Notice of Public Hearing Roadway Facilities – Transportation Impact Fee Facilities Plan, Enactment of Impact Fees, Amendments to Providence City Code 9-1A Impact Fees
Land Use/Zoning Application Forms & Online Portal
TO APPLY AND PAY ON LINE, CLICK HERE to go to the online portal.
Online portal instructions: For new homes, outbuildings, remodels, or additions, click on Residential Zoning Application. For all others types, scroll down to Other Applications.
Please fill out and upload the appropriate land use application.
Please upload the documents listed under submittal requirements on the land use application.
If you would like to fill out a hard copy of the form, see the list below.
Annual Moderate-Income Housing Report (SB34)
Providence City is required by Utah Code to:
update 5-year estimates of moderate-income housing needs;
conduct a review of the moderate-income housing element of the general plan and its implementation; and
report the findings to the Housing & Community Development Division (HCDD) of the Utah Department of Workforce Services and Bear River Association of Government; and
post a copy of our website. Annual Moderate-Income Housing Report
EDC Utah Retail Marketplace Profile (Leakage Analysis)
For questions about permits, please call our office and ask for:
- April Fredrickson – new homes, remodels, additions, accessory buildings, storm water
- Diane Campbell – subdivisions, commercial development, conditional uses, multi-family development
- Skarlet Bankhead – code questions, other inquiries
Phone: 435-752-9441; Cell 435-994-0966