UTILITY ONLINE PAYMENTS NOW AVAILABLE!!
Willard City has partnered with Xpress Bill Pay for online payments for your Willard City Utility Bill. You now have several options for paying your bill. Click on the Xpress Bill Pay button below to get started. Set up an account and you can even sign up for paperless billing!!!
Below is a schedule of the improvements to Highway 89 (Main Street) and SR 315 (750 N) from UDOT. Questions or Concerns? An email address and hotline number are also provided. Please slow down, allow extra time, and please don't drive distracted - keep the construction worker's safe.
SCAM - A person came into the City Office terrified with their phone on speaker. A man had called her and claimed to be part of a law enforcement investigation team. There was a murder in Texas and they found this person's blood at the scene. The man threatened the person with arrest. This person had never been in Texas and legitimate investigations will work with local law enforcement not call over the phone and threaten. They will fool you by giving you bits of personal information such as your address or sometimes the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number and asking you to verify the rest. Do not give out personal information. Don't be fooled by phone scams claiming they have your children or grandchildren or that you will be arrested. HANG UP! Once you respond they will continue to call and become more aggressive. Generally the call originates from another country and ends up with you wiring or purchasing cards from a local retailer. Contact Box Elder County Dispatch to report fraud at 435-734-3800.
We would like to thank the 5th and 6th graders of the Promontory School of Expeditionary Learning for their help in sprucing up our community. They helped clean up around City Hall and worked in the parks picking up sticks, leaves and pulling Dyers Woad!
AND OTHERS TOO....
Thanks to the Willard 4th Ward for pulling dyers woad and picking up debris in the Nature Park.
Thank you Clyde Westley for pulling the dyers woad from the front of the debris basin (Nature Park)
The Mayor, City Council members and Staff thank you for your service to our community!!!
Code Red is a notification system that uses various means to get important emergency notifications out to members of the community. Box Elder County now has this system. The system will send out calls to listed home phone lines. Many people do not have home phones and Code Red can call cell phones, send text messages, and an app is available for smartphones. Click on the Code Red logo to register your cell phone or additional numbers. Check your cell phone app store for the Code Red app. Contact the City Office if you have any questions or check out the FAQ sheet.