We have once again partnered with The Family Connection Center and the True Vine Baptist Church of Kaysville in the Sub-for-Santa Program. Please join us in helping local families! This year we are asking for both toy and food donations.
Donations must be delivered to Kaysville City Hall, 23 East Center Street, by Thursday, December 15th, 2016 by 5:00 p.m.
Please click the link below for further information.
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.
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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.
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.
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 email@example.com, or mailed to 23 East Center, Kaysville, UT 84037, attention: Mayor Hiatt. APPL
Kaysville City Public Works is dedicated to keeping the roads safe during the winter season. We strive to remove snow and ice from our roads as quickly and safely as possible to maintain a safe flow of traffic throughout the city. Emphasis is also placed on ensuring emergency services can be provided throughout the city. Our crews will clear snow from primary roads first. This is so the streets with the most amount of regular and emergency traffic are as safe as possible. Weather conditions determine the amount of plows and types of materials used for each storm.
Contact the Public Works Department at 801-544-8112 if you should see snow or ice control problems.
What Residents can do to Help
- Park all vehicles, trailers and boats off of the streets. Ridges of snow around vehicles parked on streets will freeze and can prevent or slow down future snow removal. It could also potentially cause accidents when a vehicle hits them. Kaysville City Ordinance restricts the parking of any vehicle in the street right-of-way between midnight and 6:00 a.m. from November 1st to the last day of February.
- Clear your sidewalks as soon as possible. Snow removal on sidewalks is required to be done within 24 hours of any snow fall event. We encourage residents to work together to keep sidewalks clear for safe passage. To report a problem, please contact Code Enforcement.
- Push snow shoved into driveways by snow plows into the area between your sidewalk and curb; NOT into the street. Snow pushed back into the street could freeze and become hidden by new snow, which could cause vehicles to slide out of control.
- Aim snowblowers into front yards away from sidewalks and street. Ice and rocks, as well as powder snow, are blown out many feet and could hit parked or passing cars. Also, snow blown into the street could freeze and become slick.
- Don't crowd snowplows. Give them plenty of room, don't tailgate or stop too close behind them. If you find yourself behind a snow plow, stay behind it or use extreme caution when passing. The road behind a snowplow will be safer to drive on.
- Slow down for wet, snowy or icy conditions; when visibility is poor, or when conditions are changing. Allow additional room between your vehicle and others. Drive defensively and cautiously.
Keeping streets clear of winter snow is a huge responsibility, one that is vital in maintaining safety for motorists and pedestrians. The Kaysville City Public Works Department does a great job to plowing excess snow from city streets. However, in order to do their job effectively, they need your help.
PLEASE check the trees located in the park strip and behind sidewalks around your property for low-hanging branches. These can obstruct views, especially when laden with snow, and cause problems for drivers. Low branching trees and shrubs make it difficult for snow plows to clear the snow from curb to curb and can cause problems for street sweeper, garbage trucks, and delivery vehicles.
Per Kaysville City Ordinance Chapter 9 of Title 2-10, Kaysville City crews need your continued assistance. Be advised that by December 15, all trees should be trimmed back in a manner acceptable to the individual property owner that also clears a path for snow plows and other city maintenance vehicles. The standard required is 14 feet in height from the top of the back of the curb. This will enable large equipment to drive underneath the trees to maintain the city streets. After December 15 in those areas where limbs continue to impede public works activities, Kaysville City crews will return and trim the applicable trees. Please be aware that city public works crews are not certified arborists and will take special care to trim trees to meet height requirements only and will not trim trees for beauty or tree health. If individual residents want to contract with a professional tree trimmer or to trim the trees themselves but can’t complete this task by December 15, please contact Amanda or Stacy at 801-544-8112. The applicable address will be added to the “do not cut” list.
If you have questions regarding this matter, please contact Kaysville City Public Works Department at the number listed above. We appreciate all that our residents do to maintain their private property, as well as the city right of way and park strip. Thank you for your cooperation.
Come ring in the new year with Kaysville and Fruit Heights City. This year we want to celebrate with a 1980's theme. So wear your best scrunchie, leg warmers, MC Hammer pants or simply rat your hair. The bigger the better. Come and enjoy the fun carnival, bingo and entertainment with your family and friends. We have something for ALL!
- Dinner from 6-8:30
- Carnival from 6-9
- Bingo from 6-9
- Live music from the band "New Wave Dave"
- 80's game shows and prizes
- Photos with your favorite 80's stars
- New Year Countdown and Celebration
No outside food or beverage will be allowed inside.
*****Do you or your business want to be involved with this exciting event? Need marketing opportunities? Contact Mindi Edstrom at 801-544-1788 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have great advertising and sponsorship opportunities!
Click HERE to see a map and calendar do find out which garbage and recycle days you land on.
The report can be found at http://www.kaysvillecity.com/page/government/reports-studies
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.
Utility Payments - Xpressbillpay vs. 3rd Party Payments - DOXO
Recently a customer made a utility payment through DOXO, a third party payment company and was charged a fee for using this service.
Kaysville City uses Xpressbillpay that can be found on our City page: http://www.kaysvillecity.com/page/departments-services/administration-finance/utility-billing
Please be advised that DOXO is NOT an authorized third party payment provider for Kaysville City and we do not have an agreement with DOXO to accept customers payments.