Spring cleanup begins Monday, April 25, beginning at 6:00 a.m.
All material must be loadable by hand without the use of heavy equipment. Please have items bundled together or bagged. Tree branches must be cut in lengths of 5’ or less and must be tied together in tight bundles not to exceed 50 lbs. Tree limbs not tied in bundles will be rejected. Loose items such as leaves, weeds, grass and shrub trimmings need to be placed in bags or suitable disposable containers. All refuse must weigh less than 50 lbs.
Drought conditions may limit the supply of irrigation water available. Your use of water conservation practices will extend the availability of the irrigation supply. During drought conditions be alert to all notices of restriction of use or limitation of service.
Please turn off sprinklers during and after rainstorms. We ask that you observe the daily 'no watering' period between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Open soccer registration is from April 1st thru May 31st. You can register online by clicking the "Register Now" link below, or visit our Recreation office at 85 North 100 East.
If you have questions or need further assistance, please feel free to call us at 801-544-1788 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our main Website.
Home Energy Savings Program
A Home Energy Savings Program is offered to all Kaysville City residents and provides cash incentives to customers who purchase energy efficient appliances and lighting fixtures from participating retailers. Get cash back when you purchase a qualifying appliance and save money on your energy bill year after year. At the same time you help the environment.
Baseball, hot dogs and apple pie -- we don't just say it, we live it! Kaysville is the type of city people love to call home. An active community where traditions are kept, families are valued, and citizens enjoy a sense of belonging and the spirit of community.
We're uniquely situated and conveniently located "in the middle of everything." Kaysville isn't just a great place to live, it's a great place to do business. Great accessibility and low taxes are just some of the benefits our businesses enjoy. It's obvious why Kaysville has become Utah's Hometown. Come see what all of the fuss is about.
Spring cleanup begins Monday, April 25, beginning at 6:00 a.m.
All material must be loadable by hand without the use of heavy equipment. Please have items bundled together or bagged. Tree branches must be cut in lengths of 5’ or less and must be tied together in tight bundles not to exceed 50 lbs. Tree limbs not tied in bundles will be rejected. Loose items such as leaves, weeds, grass and shrub trimmings need to be placed in bags or suitable disposable containers. All refuse must weigh less than 50 lbs. Construction material, wood, sheetrock, concrete, sod, soil, rocks, highly volatile material, asbestos, hazardous waste, refrigerators, and lead products are not accepted.
If you would like to dispose of residential waste yourself, items can be taken to the Davis Energy Recovery Facility (650 East Highway 193, Layton), or to the Landfill (1997 East 3500 North, Layton). The Landfill will accept refrigerant containing units (refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, etc.) with a $30 fee.
Compost and wood chip products are available for purchase at the Landfill. Three sizes of ground wood chips are available for $10 per scoop. Compost is available for $25 per scoop. Compost is also available in bags for $3. Bring your truck or trailer and they will load it for you.
Kaysville City, with the help and sponsorship of Zion’s Bank, is proud to announce our participation this year in the Play Unplugged Program. Every child between the ages of 5 - 12 at all Elementary Schools in Kaysville will be given a lanyard (6,800 total) with instructions on how this program works. The program encourages kids to get out and experience different activities and receive Brag Badges for doing them. The Brag Badges can be picked up at businesses that participate in sponsoring a particular badge that will have the business name and what activity the child did on it. Each business that participates will get to pick out what activity you want to sponsor at a cost of $400 for an unlimited amount of badges to hand out.
Any business that wants to participate in this program needs to contact: https://www.weplayunplugged.com/kaysville.
The business can then pick which badge to sponsor and work directly with Play Unplugged to get your business name on it. Also, before May 9, 2016, each and every Brag Badge your business chooses to sponsor and hand out, will feature your company logo on it for free, all summer long, at no additional charge! (This is a $100 value).
We want you to know how much value the Kaysville City Council and Mayor see in the program for the kids in the community, as well as Play Unplugged helping to boost summer foot traffic for local businesses during the summer.
If you have any questions or want to see a sample Brag Badge, you are welcome to contact Susan Lee 801-497-7006 of the City Council or contact Play Unplugged through their website.
Mayor Steve Hiatt and the Kaysville City Council
Kaysville is famous for our 4th of July celebration. From our old fashioned and infamous water parade, to the big firework finale at the Davis High Football Field, we are the place for families to gather on Independence Day.
Applications are being taken for both parade entry's and vendors/booths at the Family Festival.
You can find these applications by clicking the links below:
Applications must be received by Thursday, June 23, 2016.
To find out more about all of the 4th of July's festivities, visit our Parks and Recreation webpage by clicking HERE.
As a member of the City Council, I have a great appreciation for the many employees of the City who work hard to make life comfortable for the citizens of this community. One of my Council assignments is to work with Kaysville Power and Light Company. Frequently, questions are asked regarding our power company. I have asked Power Superintendent Gary Hatch to give an overview. I want to thank Superintendent Hatch and his crew for all they are doing to help with our electrical needs and for taking time to better inform us of items with the Power and Light Company.
Message from Power Superintendent Gary Hatch:
I would like to take this opportunity to discuss a few topics that might be of interest. First of all, there are many reasons for power outages. Two most common causes are weather and animals (birds, raccoons and squirrels). To help reduce weather related outages, an extensive tree trimming plan is being executed. This program helps limit the number of outages from falling tree limbs as well as shorten the amount of time customers are without power when a power outage occurs. To help reduce animal related outages, we are installing insulated covers on overhead transformers. If there is a scheduled outage for the purpose of rebuilding, improving, replacing, upgrading, or due to safety issues, residents will be notified of the date and time this will occur.
Always be prepared in case a power outage occurs, especially if someone in your house has medical issues. Have a plan in place in case the power outage lasts longer than your reserves.
In 2012, the power company purchased a pole tester. This piece of equipment allows us to test the integrity of each pole and then assign it an identification number. We also purchased an infrared camera to help find, identify, and repair problem areas where line loss or inefficiencies could create an issue.
At this time, the older area of Kaysville’s power system is a 4KV. This part of town is undergoing a continual rebuild to upgrade the system to 12KV. Studies are also being performed throughout the system to help break up and balance circuits.
Kaysville City Power and Light continues to investigate new electrical industry technologies. One new technology is Nuscale Power, an emission free generation facility. Information on this facility can be found on the Kaysville City website (www.kaysvillecity.com, then click on Departments, then Power).
Kaysville City Power and Light has and always will strive to keep our power system as reliable as possible.
This article is from the February 2016 News letter. You can find it here.
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