For More Information:
Phone: (801) 546-1235
23 East Center Street
Kaysville, Utah 84037
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The combined action of both Kaysville’s citizens as well as our municipality can be instrumental in reducing many kinds of air quality problems in addition to becoming energy efficient. Each of us plays a part in polluting the air and all of us can partner together becoming part of the environmental solution. Let us all decide to be agents of change.
Air quality is an important ingredient to good health. Those who suffer from various breathing disorders are especially sensitive to air borne contaminates both within as well as outside our homes. Who is most vulnerable to indoor/outdoor air pollutants?
- People with allergies or asthma
- People with lung diseases
- People with suppressed immune systems
Common signs and symptoms of people who are at risk with air quality issues:
- Headaches, fatigue and shortness of breath
- Worsening allergy and asthma symptoms
- Sinus congestion, cough and sneezing
- Eye, nose, throat and skin irritation
- Dizziness and nausea
Investigate the various buttons below which describe ways in which all of us doing a few things can accomplish great improvements in the air quality of Kaysville.
If there are other suggestions which should be added to this collection, please reference the contact information at the bottom of this page.
The Healthy Kaysville initiative utilizes volunteer support. If you are interested, contact the service desk at Kaysville City Hall or contact Ron Zollinger:
Home phone: 801-544-5440