Huntsville Town....A Great Place to Live!

Thanks to Sam Crump who generously shared these beautiful photos of Huntsville Town with us!

In Huntsville Town, we are defined less by boundaries on a map than by the sense of shared values our residents hold dear. Small town values, guided growth, preservation of historical, cultural, and natural heritage are just a few of the core principles that makes Huntsville Town a wonderful place to call home.


A Letter From Mayor Truett

Huntsville Town Citizens,


These are challenging times we are facing with the COVID-19 Virus, and something we have never faced before in our lifetime.

Practicing Social Distancing is what will help us all from spreading this virus. We hope and pray that this will soon be behind us.


Due to the increased number of COVID-19 cases in Weber County, many of our residents are choosing to self-isolate, whether for age, health conditions or travel exposure. There are also those that we are aware of who might have limited resources. We want to help our residents who are doing their best to stop the spread of this virus. Huntsville is a community that cares about each other. We watch out for each other. Because we want to help, the Huntsville Town Council would like to implement the following:


Since social distancing is a must, we know we aren’t seeing those who are self-isolating. However, we want to know if you are doing okay, or need assistance. Huntsville Town volunteers will drop off packets which contain a window signaling system that help us to know if residents are in need of additional assistance. If you do not receive a packet, and would like one, please leave a message at the Huntsville Town Hall (801) 745-3420 with name and address, and we will provide one.


In these packets you will receive these instructions, and three colored papers to hang in your street facing window, or door.

•            Green is to identify that you are ok and doing well

•            Yellow is to identify that you may need help with an errand

•            Red is to identify that urgent help required



Please post the color of paper that reflects your need at the front facing window or door of your home. We ask that neighbors be on the lookout, and we will also have volunteers follow up daily with those residents who post a yellow or red paper. If you have an emergency please dial 911. We will look to continue this practice until the end of April. We are all in this together, and with your help we can be safe, and pull through this.





Mayor Jim Truett

Upcoming Events

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Public Budget Hearing June 18, 2020


A Public Hearing to review the Huntsville Town Budget for 2019-2020 and set budget for 2020-2021 will be held during the regular Town Council meeting on June 18, 2020. The agenda can be found HERE.

Copies of the budget are available for review at...

Public Hearing on Ordinance 2020-6-25: Amendments to 15.6.2 Use Regulations in a Residential Zone


A Public Hearing will be held on June 25, 2020 at the Weber County Library, Ogden Valley Branch at 7 p.m. The Public Hearing will provide opportunity for public comment on Ordinance 2020-6-25: Amendments to 15.6.2. Use Regulations in a Residential Zone. A...

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Happy Memorial Day


Just a reminder that the Memorial Day Services will be held at the Huntsville Cemetery at noon today. Please take care to follow social distancing guidelines.

The Huntsville Town Hall is Closed Today for Memorial Day. If you need an N95 mask, are over the...

Ogden Valley Memorial Day Services 2020


The American Legion Post 129 will be honoring our service men and women at the following cemeteries on Monday, May 25, 2020.

9:00 a.m. Liberty Cemetery

10:00 a.m. Little Eden Cemetery

11:00 a.m. Main Eden Cemetery

12:00, noon, Huntsville...

N95 Masks Available from Huntsville Town


Mayor Truett recieved a donation of N95 masks for Town residents. The Town Council would like to distribute the masks to those over 65 years of age who live in the Huntsville zip code of 84317. There will be a limit of 2 per household. Please come to the...