COMMUNITY SAFETY INFORMATION
Practice calm concern for not only ourselves and those in our immediate influence, but also to your neighbors and our community. Our adherence to the best practices and safety precautions is necessary to ensure we all remain as healthy as possible.
- OFFICE LOBBY - WELLNESS CENTER
- VISITORS CENTER - JUSTICE COURT
(no warrants will be issued for non-payment at this time)
Blanding City provides essential utility services (electricity, water, sewer, natural gas, garbage, etc.) to the residents of our community, and these services will continue even in these unsettling times. You can continue to rely on these services for you and your family.
We are following very closely the professional guidance of state and local health officials and plan to follow their recommendations. Right now, we are trying to be innovative in keeping our buildings open, operational, and safe. We have increased our efforts in disinfecting our buildings frequently throughout the day to promote a healthy environment for you and our employees.
FRONT OFFICE / QUESTIONS / BILLING
JEREMY REDD / CITY MANAGER
KIM PALMER / FINANCE & BILLING
PRATT REDD / ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
TERRY EKKER / ENGINEERING & PUBLIC WORKS
BRET HOSLER / BUILDING OFFICIAL
MEILISSA PALMER / CEMETERY DISTRICT
AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY
911 / 435-678-2916
Please contact Blanding City if you need to make arrangements to
defer your utility payment to a later date during these hard times.
Phone: 435-678-2791 | email@example.com
BLANDING CITY CONTACT INFORMATION
Please reach out if you have any questions at
435-678-2791 or .
1) BE REASONABLE
Prepare and purchase only what your family needs. If you typically go through 2 loaves of bread a month, please purchase 2 loaves, and not 6. When we stock up unnecessarily, we leave fewer items for the rest of the community.
2) BE RESPECTFUL
Remember that we have neighbors and community members that are affected negatively when we impulsively purchase items we don't typically use or need.
3) BE RESPONSIBLE
Please follow best-practices when it comes to your social media and social distancing over the next two weeks. Do not post about empty shelves and long lines in the community. Act & behave in a manner that mitigates the spread of Covid -19
4) BE A RESOURCE
Each day try to identify ways to help those closest to you. Whether it be your family, friends, neighbors, or those most vulnerable to Covid-19. We are a close-knit community, and we can navigate through these hard times together.
Alternative Billings Options
Simply call 435-678-2791 and have your credit card ready.
Leave your payment in the drive-up dropbox outside the office.
Send your payment through the U.S. Postal Service