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.
Pressurization of the secondary water system will begin April 1, 2015 and water service will be available approximately April 15. ¬†Please make sure your valves are closed and you are ready to receive water by April 1. ¬†Owners are responsible for any damage caused by their system failures. ¬†
Please continue to observe the daily no-watering period between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Residents in the Davis & Weber Counties Canal Company area are asked to adhere to the following schedule:
If your house number ends in:
0,1,2,3 - water on Monday and Thursday
4,5,6 - water on Tuesday and Friday
7,8,9 - water on Wednesday and Saturday
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 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 will not be accepted.
Spring is upon us and with it yard clean up and the need to dispose of yard debris. Due to the impact on air quality, the Kaysville City Fire Department, in agreement with the Davis County Fire Board of Appeals, have agreed that there will not be a time period set aside for open burning in Davis County in 2015. Exemptions are farm and horticultural operations may burn as established under current law and air quality rules. In Davis County, a farm or horticultural operation is defined as: (1) fruit orchards of 25 or more fruit trees on a continuous two acre parcel of property, or (2) agricultural activities of 2 or more cultivated acres on single, or contiguous parcels of property. Farms may only burn products incident to horticulture or agricultural operations, defined as: prunings, diseased plants, stubble and irrigation ditch banks. Before burning, farmers must notify the Kaysville City Fire Department. Fires must be contained and monitored at all times.
Homeowners may not burn anything, including prunings, rubbish, debris, or garbage in their yards. Those items should be shredded for mulch or hauled to the local landfill.
Recreational fires may be permitted by local ordinances, as long as they have prior authorization from the Fire Department.
Campfires are only permitted in approved campgrounds where the fire pit has been installed by a governmental agency or approved by the Davis County Fire Warden. It is also illegal to have a campfire on the east bench of Davis County in unincorporated areas within 1/2 mile of any residential structure from April 1 to October 31.