A new program is available to Kaysville residents that sends emergency notification alerts and solicits feedback. This will help the city improve how it operates. Click on the COMMUNICATION button. Fill out the form. THAT’S IT! When Emergencies happen you will be notified.
Starting October 23rd, 2017, Public Works employees will be stopping at locations where trees or bushes are hanging into the roadway and trimming from the edge of asphalt/back of curb up to 14 vertical feet in a vertical line.
If residents wish to do it themselves or hire an arborist, they can call 801-544-8112 and put themselves on a list of properties to skip. If the trimming hasn't been completed by the residents by November 13th, City personnel will start to trim at these locations regardless.
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.
Scheduled POWER OUTAGE on Thursday October 19th, 2017 from 8am- 4pm for some Kaysville residents.
Kaysville Power and Light has been replacing power poles and installing new transformers in the more established part of town, to upgrade the voltage and make the power system more efficient and reliable. In order to upgrade the voltage, the power will be turned off so the power crew can make the necessary equipment adjustments to facilitate the voltage conversion.
The power crew will place a tag on the door of all impacted homes prior to the outage, please check the attached map to see if your home is affected. There are approximately 350 homes that will be affected by this outage.
Kaysville Power and Light is continually working to keep the power system safe and reliable. Please contact City hall at (801) 546-1235 if you are in the highlighted area of the map and have any questions.
As fall gets into full swing and winter creeps closer, Kaysville City Public Works would like to remind residents of the yearly tree trimming that will be taking place off and on through next spring. The goal of this work is to clear limbs and branches that hang into the street.
Starting October 23rd, 2017, Public Works employees will be stopping at locations where trees or bushes are hanging into the roadway and trimming from the edge of the asphalt/back of the curb up 14 vertical feet. The trimming that City personnel will be doing will be a vertical line, and may be unsightly to some property owners, so if residents wish to do their own (or to hire an arborist) they can call 801-544-8112 and put themselves on a list of properties to skip.
If this trimming hasn't been done by November 13th, City personnel will then start trimming at locations regardless. Please let us know if you have any comment or questions by calling the above phone number. Thanks!”
Josh Belnap, P.E.
Public Works Director
The Salt Lake Chamber, Governor Gary R. Herbert and the Utah League of Cities and Towns recently honored Kaysville City with the “2017 Utah Governor’s Business Friendly City Award” for efforts to create the best business climate and reduce burdensome regulations at the local level. The reward was presented to Mayor Steve Hiatt by Gov. Herbert at the Utah League of Cities and Towns Annual Meeting on September 13, 2017 in conjunction with the Utah Business Friendly Cities Initiative.
To be eligible for the award, every city is required to review their business regulations and make critical changes to help cultivate an environment where businesses can thrive. As part of this, a survey was sent to business leaders in the city, city regulations were reviewed, and there was a collaboration to revise and repeal unnecessary ordinances, regulations, and procedures currently in place.
Please see the map of restricted parking areas for Davis High School. Any vehicles parked on the road of restricted areas between 7 AM - 3 PM will be issued citations if they don't have the proper parking pass visibly displayed. All residents and their guests are required to have parking passes displayed for vehicles parked in restricted areas. If you have any questions, please contact Kaysville City at 801-546-1235.
You can also click HERE for an interactive version of the Parking Restrictions Map
The following City positions are to be voted upon in the Kaysville City 2017 Municipal Election:
- Council Members - (2) Two
Positions will serve a four-year term.
Meet the Candidates Night will be held Tuesday, October 17, 2017 in the City Hall Council Chambers (23 East Center Street, Kaysville). This is an opportunity to meet the candidates prior to the Elections to determine their views on City matters.
The General Election will take place on November 7, 2017.
For more on how to register to vote, please visit the Lt. Governor's website here.
To learn more about Kaysville City's candidates and elections click here.
KAYSVILLE CITY PHOTO CONTEST
Photographers of all ages are invited to enter their best high resolution images celebrating our community in the 1st Kaysville Photography Contest.
Entering is easy, free and by email at email@example.com. Please make sure to read the contest rules to ensure your photos are submitted properly. Note that you must attach a signed release form for each identifiable person in your contest submission.
For more information, contact Marketing Coordinator, Mindi Edstrom at 801-544-1788, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click HERE to see a map and calendar to find out which days your garbage and recycling will be picked up.