We invite you to enter our holiday lighting contest. Judging will take place December 5 – 15, 2022. Entry form. A big THANK YOU to our Holiday Lighting sponsors and judges: Bank of Utah, USU Credit Union and America First Credit Union.
Providence City’s General Plan includes the objective of creating a network of bicycle and pedestrian sidewalks and pathways. The current trail system is minimal with a majority of the trails being limited to recreational purposes. The addition of bike lanes, bike routes, and shared use bike/pedestrian paths would increase safety and recreation
You are invited to join us for our Visit with Santa and 4th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting on Thursday, December 1 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at the 100 North Roundabout. The tree lights will be turned on at 7:00 p.m. We invite you to put an ornament on the tree that evening, just prior to the …
Providence City invites proposals from solid waste collection firms to provide commercial and residential curbside solid waste, recycling collection services and green waste collection for the City for an initial 5-year term, with renewable options of 3 years each, or a contractor can propose alternate terms with an explanation. (Request For Proposal) For
Please help keep the waterways on or along your property clean and free from any debris that may impede the flow of the water. Please do not blow or rake lawn clippings, leaves, or other debris in to the gutters or ditches.
Please help keep the storm drains near your property clean and free from snow and any debris that may block the drain.
Providence Canyon Trail
For mountain biking details in this canyon, please visit
Utah Mountain Biking.
Additionally, when visiting this beautiful canyon, please remember it is used for multiple purposes. If you are shooting gun(s), whether for recreation or hunting, NEVER SHOOT towards trails! Always use extra safety precautions and have fun!
Cougars are known to visit Providence City and the surrounding areas. Although unlikely to happen, you should know how to react if you encounter an aggressive cougar. Learn more by visiting the
Utah Division of Wildlife Services. You may also call them at: (801) 476-2740.