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Accessory buildings UNDER 200 square feet do not require a permit, but are required to follow zoning regulations. If you are adding electrical and/or plumbing, then a permit will need to be issued for that portion. Click here for more accessory building guidelines.
If you are interesting in keeping bees on your property you will need to contact the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food to find out more information on what regulations will need to be followed and how to register your hive.
If you live on a corner lot you need to be aware that you cannot obstruct the view of traffic by installing landscaping, fencing, or anything else higher than 2 feet in height within 30 feet of your intersecting property line. To see a diagram demonstrating this clear vision triangle, click here.
Kaysville City receives many inquiries regarding farm animals and where they are allowed within the City. Chapter 24 of the Zoning Ordinance establishes the standards by which farm animals may be kept within Kaysville City in a manner that will protect the public health and minimize the potential for nuisance. Click here for more information about keeping farm animals on your property.
The FEMA Flood Map Service Center (MSC) is the official public source for flood hazard information produced in support of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Visit their website to find your official flood map, access a range of other flood hazard products, and take advantage of tools for better understanding flood risk. (msc.fema.gov)
Two or fewer animals or fowl ordinarily permitted in the house and kept for company or pleasure, such as dogs, cats, and canaries. More than a total of two such animals and fowl are not permitted as household pets.
While roads provide an essential and valuable means for connecting residents of Kaysville City to employment, commercial, and recreational centers, the improper use of local residential streets can conflict with the desire for safe and peaceful neighborhoods. (Read more...)
Kaysville & Farmington Active Transportation Plan
The cities of Kaysville and Farmington have commissioned an active transportation plan to improve walking and bicycling in both cities. The plan establishes a vision for creating safe, comfortable places to walk and ride a bike. This planning effort will develop joint policies and design standards, forming two unique and separate plans for both Kaysville and Farmington that will be unified in purpose and objectives. The plans will connect along the shared city boundary, but each will address needs specific to each community.
West Davis Corridor
In recent months, the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) has been working with the Shared Solution Coalition (Coalition) on the evaluation of the Coalition's "Shared Solution Alternative." Earlier this summer, the Wasatch Front Regional Council (WFRC) approved its 2015-2040 Regional Transportation Plan. This included new information about future travel patterns and an updated list of planned transportation projects. To maintain a thorough and data-driven study, UDOT has incorporated this new information into the alternative evaluation process, which includes the "Shared Solution Alternative." This way, all alternatives have been evaluated in a consistent manner with the most accurate and up-to-date information.
To view this Shared Solution Alternative on UDOT's website, click one of the links below:
For questions or concerns, please contact the study team at 877-298-1991 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also find further information about the proposed West Davis Corridor by visiting www.udot.utah.gov/westdavis/.