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KAYSVILLE PARKS & RECREATION

PARKS OFFICE:
721 West Old Mill Lane
Kaysville, UT  84037
801-546-4046

RECREATION OFFICE:
85 North 100 East
801-544-1788
 
OFFICE HOURS
PARKS:
Monday - Friday
7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

RECREATION:
Monday-Friday
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

CLOSED HOLIDAYS
 

coach_picVolunteer:

bibSecure Volunteer Application - (click link to complete)
If you are interested in volunteering for a sport or chaperoning a program you are required to fill out a background check. This must be done online by clicking the Secure Volunteer Application link above.

Background Check Guidelines  provides information on investigation procedures. Background Check Tiered Policy helps determine if your volunteer status requires you to have a background check conducted.

Mandatory Coach Training - Reference Sheet

Step 1 - KPR Training Video   (skip this step ONLY if you attended the meeting)
Step 2 - CDC Concussion Training  (Proof of training required)
Step 3 - Confirm that your background check is current

Step 4 - Read department policy regarding physical and verbal altercation

 

The following PDFs must be completed in order to apply as a volunteer and/or Coach:

Coach Application - FOOTBALL

Coach Application - BASKETBALL

Coach Application - BASEBALL-SOFTBALL-SOCCER

For information on how teams are composed please read Policies and Procedures. Please note "team switching" is against our policies.

Our goal is to provide high quality parks, recreation programs, and open spaces for the benefit and use of our community. We will strive to develop, plan and implement diversified year round recreational opportunities and programs for the citizens of Kaysville that will enhance their quality of life. We commit to serve the youth of Kaysville by keeping in mind the true attitude of recreational sports. It is our desire to pass on to coaches and parents their obligation to promote sportsmanship.

#1 is to HAVE FUN!

We must value Sportsmanship. “Sports not only builds character, but reveals it! It seems that the traditional value of sportsmanship is being challenged from many directions, and good sportsmanship is becoming a lost art. As adults we must recommit ourselves to guiding our youth, teaching them what sportsmanship is, rewarding them for showing good sportsmanship, and by example showing them that sportsmanship is alive and well in youth sports.


 Other Service Projects:

The Kaysville City Parks and Recreation Department offers a variety of year-round community service projects. Perfect for scouting projects! To find out what service projects are available, call Justin Brimhall at 801-544-1788.

 

Other service projects opportunities:

Utah Botanical Center - Shaun Olsen 801-451-3402

Bonneville Shoreline Trail - Barry Barton 801-451-3279

Utah State University - Jay Dee Gunnell 801-451-3411

Safe Harbor Women's Shelter - 801-444-3191

Children's Justice Center - 801-451-3560

Autumn Glow Senior Center - 801-451-3560

Kaysville City Library - Lanette Mills 801-444-2250