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.
Community Health Bulletin Board
Healthy Kaysville will maintain a bulletin board of heath news alerts, promotions, campaigns, etc. that may be of interest to our Kaysville citizens.
Care About Childcare – Weber State University
- Have you ever stopped to consider where the children in your community are while parents are at work, after school, and during the summer? Could there be children that are home alone without the skills to adequately care for themselves and keep themselves safe? The key to helping parents find state-regulated childcare, after school programs, or summer activities, is providing families with information about these resources. Care About Childcare – Weber State University is a resource to consider. For more information, go to Care About Childcare There you will find links to:
• referrals for child care
• licensing compliance of child care facilities
• tips on choosing child care
• our 2017 summer activity guide
Walk to End Alzheimer's in Davis County
- 2017 Walk to End Alzheimer's - Davis County, UT
Davis County WalkSeptember 169:00 am - 12:00 pmFarmington Station
12th Annual Pedal Away Parkinson’s 10 Mile Bike Ride
- Saturday, July 22nd at Gailey Park
- See link for more information: http://pedalawayparkinsons.com
Current Health and Wellness Promotional Events:
Healthy Kaysville will have a presence in Kaysville's Independence Day Events - July 2nd - 4th and Davis County Fair.
- Summer Nights in the Park
- Main Street Block Party
- July 4th Breakfast
- Rotary Club 5K & 10K
- Parade -- Healthy Kaysville's Float entry received FIRST PLACE in the Creative Category
- Family Festival
- Davis County Fair
Walk n' Talk. A campaign to encourage walking and socializing. Click for more information and to officially register as a participant.
Kaysville Food Addicts Anonymous (FAA) Support Group. There is now a Kaysville FAA support group which meets every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Autumn Glow Senior Center. Contact Kimberly F. at 801-390-1773.
Tower Gardening. Tower Gardening, a vertical, aeroponic growing system, allows a person to grow up to twenty vegetables, herbs, fruits in towers less than three square feet -- indoors or out. It's the perfect companion in your journey toward healthy living. For more information, contact Kade Johnson at 435-359-3905.
Healthy Kaysville Safety Tickets. Fire and police department personnel, at their discretion, can pass out safety tickets when they observe youth following rules of public safety. Safety tickets would be redeemed at local participating businesses. The following business are currently participating in the safety ticket incentive:
Health and Wellness Promotions In the Queue
Healthy City USA. An outgrowth of our Healthy Kaysville initiative to encourage cities all across America to earn the status of being a "Healthy City USA". Click for more information.
Health Fairs and Forums. These events will provide health service agencies as well as guest speakers a venue to share significant health-related information and services.
Fresh Air Day. This event would provide a day where citizens can participate together to enjoy our city's fresh air and come to understand the status of our air quality. A cordoned off route through the city would be established allowing citizens to participate in selected marathons including biking, jogging, scooter, stroller, wheelchair, etc.
SolarKaysville Incentive. A city supported project to encourage citizens to participate in the installation of solar panels. For examples, see Brio Solar Energy, No Cost Solar Program, 2017 Utah Solar Program or Solar City.
Shape Up 150 Challenge (to be developed). A FREE motivational program encouraging individuals, families and businesses to increase their “health and wellness” factor. The number "150" is connected to Kaysville's 150th anniversary of becoming an incorporated city on March 15, 1868.
Clean Air4Us Challenge (to be developed). A FREE motivational program encouraging individuals, families and businesses to improve the air quality within our community.
The Healthy Kaysville initiative utilizes volunteer support. If your are interested, contact the service desk at Kaysville City Hall or contact Ron Zollinger:
Home phone: 801-544-5440