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.
Come and join in the fun. ¬†Food, fun and entertainment for the enitre family. ¬†Create a team or join the Committee. ¬†Register at www.relayforlife.org. ¬†For more information, contact Susan Young at 801-493-4711 or email@example.com.
Davis County Fairgrounds Outdoor Arena
August 13, 2015 at 8:30 p.m.
American Legion Post 27, with the assistance of fire departments, military, veterans and scouting organizations, will hold a large bonfire to properly and respectfully retire hundreds of American flags. ¬†Flags that have served beyond their time can be included in this event by dropping them off at the Kaysville Fire Station (175 South Main Street). ¬†The public is invited to attend this ceremony.
The current Kaysville Library will close for business on August 6th at 5:00 p.m. and will reopen in the new location (215 North Fairfield Road) on August 15th. ¬†A ribbon cutting ceremony will take place on August 15th at 9:30 a.m. followed by a celebration in the library and adjoining Heritage Park. ¬†Festivities will include storytelling, juggling, face art, a mini train ride in the park for children and tours of the new library building. ¬†Please join us for this fun and exciting event.
Items from the old Kaysville Library will be sold at a surplus sale at the old Library site (adjacent to City Hall). ¬†Items to be sold include tables, chairs, stools, carts, computer stands, shelving, newspaper rack, electric typewriters, laser printers, clocks, drawer units, paper cutter, curbside book return, filing cabinets, loveseat, benches, stereo, modular office furniture, display units and white board.
Kaysville City has placed a temporary moratorium on its roof-top solar Net Metering Program to evaluate whether an alternative Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) program should be implemented. ¬†This evaluation is being conducted in conjunction with Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems (UAMPS). ¬†Kaysville is a member of UAMPS.
Kaysville supports energy efficiency as well as installation of home-based electrical generation systems by customers that reduce their energy use and costs. ¬†Energy efficiency is supported through rebates on qualifying appliances. ¬†Kaysville is able to measure the reduction in use associated with these new appliances. ¬†This allows Kaysville to use this data in future resource planning.
However, Kaysville's roof-top solar policy currently uses a Net Metering rate structure. ¬†This policy produces a rate (offsetting power purchases from Kaysville) that causes customers not participating in Net Metering to subsidize customers that have installed roof-top solar and are using Net Metering. ¬†Kaysville desires to have energy rates that are fair to all customers based on the cost to serve each class of customer.
Kaysville adopted its Net Metering policy at a time roof-top solar was relatively new and with very little interest in the community. ¬†Wanting to accommodate customers desiring to install roof-top solar, Kaysville and many other cities in Utah, adopted the Net Metering policy. ¬†Net Metering is a simple way to deal with roof-top solar generation, but experience now shows it is not an equitable policy for all customers.