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There have been increased incidents and complaints about dogs at large in our neighborhoods. We recognize some of these dogs have come from out of Town. However, we also...
Huntsville is joining Weber County in providing relief to businesses that have experienced loss of revenue due to public health orders in response to COVID-19. Some Huntsville businesses may...
2020 has been an unusual year. We are saddened we can not celebrate our Independence Day in our usual Huntsville fashion. As much as we would like to have our traditional celebration, we would...
Don't forget to turn in your ballots! There is a box at Town Hall and one at the Library. Ballots will be collected at 8 p.m. tomorrow!
The Town Council passed Resolution 2020-6-4-A in June that increased the amount of water usage allowed in the base rate to 7,000 gallons. This was done after the water committee was presented with...
Due to technical difficulties, we are postponing this Public Hearing on the General Plan and Ordinance amending 15.6.2 Use in a Residential Zone originally planned for 6-25-20.
Saturday, June 27th will be the last day the Green Waste Dump will be open to residents until September. Just a reminder that it is $5 a load and open to Huntsville Town residents only. The Green...
We had a great ballot collection yesterday! Thank you for voting!
The ballot turn in time continues until June 30th. Ballot boxes are open at Huntsville Town Hall and the Huntsville...
From time to time Huntsville Town is notified of public hearings or other agenda items that apply to all residents of the Ogden Valley. Most of the items correlate to the Ogden Valley Planning...
June Primary Election Update: Stay Safe – Vote from home – Vote By Mail
Because of COVID-19, state law requires that the June Primary Election be conducted entirely by mail. Weber County plans...
During the May 21 Huntsville Town Council meeting, it was decided that the town would be unable to host this year's annual Independence Day Celebration. We want everyone to stay safe and be able...
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....
Due to social distancing the Weber County Library programs have been moved to online. The library is open to the general public. Please see our page for program updates.
The open burn period starts on March 31st and ends May 30th 2020. You can obtain a burn permit by visiting www.airquality.utah.gov. To see the guidelines regarding the open burn, please click the...
The Weber County Sheriff's Office has put together an ongoing community survey. With this survey, they can measure the quality of the service they provide, gauge community satisfaction and use the...
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