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Veteran's Day Program

Saturday, November 5th
11:00 a.m.
Davis High School Commons Area
(325 South Main Street, Kaysville)

Kaysville Parks and Recreation and Russon Brothers Mortuary honor local veterans, servicemen and their spouses with a patriotic program and luncheon.

This will be Kaysville's 15th annual tribute to our local heroes.

Election Information

The 2016 elections in Davis County will be conducted by mail.  Ballots must be postmarked by November 7th. There are no early voting locations for this year. 

A ballot drop box is available at each city office during their regular business hours through Monday, November 7th.  

Election Day Vote Centers will be open from 7am to 8pm on Election Day.

Kaysville Hometown Parade Painting

Prints of the Kaysville Hometown Parade painting are now for sale at City Hall M-F 8:30am-5pm for only $5.00 each. (4.5" x 18")

Internationally known artist, Chad Hawkins, painted a mural of the Kaysville Hometown Parade, now displayed at the Kaysville City Police Station. Kaysville City would like to thank Zions Bank for their amazing contribution, honoring our officers and commemorating the history of our hometown.

Rebate Offer

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.

Utah's Hometown

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.

Power Commission

The Kaysville City Council has recently formed a Power Commission.  This is a 7 member board responsible for discussing, vetting, and recommending policies and practices surrounding the Kaysville City Power Company to the city council.  This commission will meet on a monthly basis.  Preference will be given to those individuals with experience in the various electric or power related industries.  All interested parties are encouraged to apply.


Interested residents of Kaysville should fill out the APPLICATION LINKED HERE and return it to Mayor Steve Hiatt by December 23 at 5pm.  Applications can be hand delivered to the Kaysville City office, emailed to, or mailed to 23 East Center, Kaysville, UT 84037, attention: Mayor Hiatt. APPL

Winter Parking

City ordinance prohibits any vehicle (including cars, trailers, boats, etc.) to be parked on any street between midnight and 6:00 a.m. from November 1st and the last day of February of every year.  This ordinance helps to assist our Public Works Department in keeping the streets plowed during the winter months. Vehicles in violation of this ordinance will be ticketed by our Police Department. 


Election Information

The General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2016. 

Davis County is conducting the election entirely by mail. There are no early voting locations for this year.  Your ballot will be mailed to you by October 18th if you live within the county. Ballot's must be postmarked by November 7th.

A ballot drop off box is available at each city office within Davis County during their regular business hours through Monday before the election.  Remember, ballots must be returned in the provided return envelope.

Election Day Vote Centers will be open from 7am to 8pm on Election Day. To find an Election Day Vote Center visit:

Prior to voting in an election, you must be a registered voter. To be eligible to register you must:

  • Be a citizen of the United States
  • Be a resident of Utah for at least 30 days immediately before the election.
  • Be at least 18 years old on the day of the election.
  • Reside in the voting district or precinct in which the person applied to register to vote. 

You can register to vote by going online to or contacting the Davis County Clerk's office. Residents of Davis County can also register on Election Day at a polling location. 

For further information, visit our Elections page.

Sports Registrations
Register now for pickleball leagues!
Registrations begin for youth Jr. Dart Basketball on September 12.
The Ski & Snowboard program 2016-17 registration is now open. This includes transportation, lift ticket, half-day lesson with professional instructors and free ski time. A Brighton release form must be completed. Click here for more details and to register.
Recycle and Garbage Day Info

Click HERE to see a map and calendar do find out which garbage and recycle days you land on. 

Facilities Master Plan Final Draft April 2016

The report can be found at

Click here for a direct link to the PDF.


The Kaysville City Master Plan includes evaluations, needs assessment, planning and budgeting for the Operations Center (Public Works, Power Department, Parks & Fleet), Fire Station, Recreation Building, Municipal Center and the former County Library Building.

These facilities range in age from the Library Building built in 1944 to the Operations Center built in 1992. These facilities have not been remodeled, expanded or rebuilt to accommodate the changing needs of the public or current and future staff. However, the Recreation Building is the only facility that has been remodeled/ repurposed as the building previously housed the Kaysville City Fire Station. In general, these facilities are not presently meeting the current and future operational needs of the various city departments and the general needs of the public, and the HVAC and electrical systems are at or near the end of anticipated life cycle, and restrict utilizing current and future technologies.

The City contracted with JRCA Architects to develop a strategic master plan for the Kaysville City Facilities to identify priorities, recommend appropriate development options, and establish preliminary project budgets. Generally the Master Planning included the evaluation of each department’s current and future operation requirements, their existing facilities, delivery of services to the public, and consideration of utilizing current city property necessary for long term facility needs and expansion.

"The Future Looks Bright for DATC"

I hope each of you enjoyed a wonderful summer and are looking forward to the change of the season!

Recently, I had the opportunity to tour and meet with the executive staff at the Davis Applied Technology College (DATC) right here in Kaysville.  Because of its prominent location in our community, most residents know that this facility exists.  I wonder, however, if most understand the magnitude of the campus and its positive effect on our community.

The annual DATC budget is over $15,000,000.  Most Kaysville residents are probably familiar with the main campus just east of Davis High School, but the DATC also has three additional training locations - two in Clearfield and one in Draper.  The DATC main campus sits on 65 acres and in 2015 there were more than 6,256 students enrolled, making it the largest of the 8 ATC programs in Utah.  In 2015, the Davis Applied Technology College provided 1.2 million hours of post-secondary classwork and 230,000 secondary student training hours and was able to job place 88% of its graduates.

Education is essential in this ever-changing technological world and the Davis Applied Technology College is on the cusp of technology, training students in programs such as Business & Information Technology, Surgical Technology, Manufacturing, and so much more.

In addition to these programs, the DATC is also a designated training site for several large companies like Polaris, Lincoln Electric, Okuma/Hartwig, Volvo Mack and many more.

The DATC is a central part of our community, employing 453 total employees, 149 of which are full time and 65 of which are full time faculty.  The DATC also provides free seminars to the community and provides special community-centered programs like "Custom Fit" which puts together and helps fund training opportunities for employees of any business that is in need of specialized training in almost any area.

It is this sort of adaptation and flexibility which make the Davis Applied Technology College a tremendous asset to our city, the county, and the entire state of Utah.  As a community, we are fortunate to have such a world-class facility in our midst.

Looking to the future, the Davis Applied Technology College has plans for a new state-of-the-industry education facility to accommodate the explosive growth of the various health programs; and in almost every way the future looks extremely bright for the Davis Applied Technology College. We look forward to our continued support of the DATC,  and encourage our residents to learn more about the DATC, its mission, and resources for our community by visiting or by calling 801-593-2500.

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Mayor Steve Hiatt

Mayor Steve Hiatt