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721 West Old Mill Lane
Kaysville, UT  84037

85 North 100 East

Monday - Friday
7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.



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Pioneer Park Ad Hoc Committee

Green spaces are extensions of our natural environment. Well-planned open spaces, particularly green spaces, have a positive effect on the community and contribute to healthy development of the City.
Kaysville City is developing an ad hoc committee to provide recommendations and explore options in regard to matters concerning preliminary and concept design, design elements, activities, features and park amenities for Pioneer Park located at 1200 South Angel St., Kaysville, UT. Committee members will also be asked to assist with facilitation and setup of the Public Open House.
Preparation for some meetings may require additional time obligations. Once committed, members are expected to attend all regularly scheduled meetings.
Applications are being accepted until September 30th. Additional information here.

Monster Mash and Dash Volunteers needed

-We are looking for an Adult Committee Chairperson to help organize and run the children's games for small children up to yough ages. Time commitment is minimal and only once a year.

-We are also needing help with the 5k same day registration and packet distribution. Willing to utilize youth ages 16 and up. (great for youth looking for service hours)

If interested please contact the Parks and Recreation building 801-544-1788 or email


Register now for pickleball leagues!
Registrations begin for youth basketball on September 12
Register now for Adult Beginner Golf Lessons September 27, 28, 29 @ 6:30 at Davis Parks Golf Course.

Community Events:

Monster Mash and Dash
Sign up NOW for the Monster Mash and Dash October 8th.

Saturday, October 8
5-8 pm @ Heritage Park
Registration for the 5K is online through . Race entry comes with a water bottle for the first 250 to register.
Don't miss out on Kaysville's family fall festival which features a Halloween theme.  Activities are available for all ages.



Volunteers of the Month: September - Jason Thaxton and Lance Thaxton 

Jason Thaxton grew up in Sandy, UT where he attended Hillcrest High School. After he served an LDS mission to Independence, Missouri, he attended the University of Utah. He graduated in 2003 with a B.A. degree in Economics and a Minor in Business. GO UTES!!Jason Thaxton Family-0288-Edit

Jason started a window cleaning company to pay his way through college. Shortly after graduating he sold his company and moved his family to Logan, UT, where he was hired to be the Resort Manager at Ideal Beach Resort, located at Bear Lake. After driving back and forth from Logan to Garden City for a year, he decided to ride the real estate wave that came crashing through Utah. Jason acquired his real estate license in two weeks and began remodeling and listing homes.

For the last eight years, Jason has been working in the home health and hospice industry. He is currently the administrator for Legacy Healthcare.

Jason has been married for 16 years to his foxy wife Kelli. They have 3 children, Whitney, Alix and Jaxx. They love Kaysville. Jason enjoys family time, especially if it involves going to a major league sporting event, golfing, working, and watching ESPN Sports Center.

Jason and his family have been Kaysville residents for eight years and they appreciate what Kaysville represents. Jason and his brother Lance have been coaching sports teams for basketball, soccer, baseball and softball in Kaysville for several years. Currently we are coaching 3 soccer teams and as long as my brother Lance does whatever I say, we seem to win a lot of games.


Lance Thaxton grew up in Sandy, Utah where he graduated from Brighton High. After serving an LDS mission in Brazil, he attended the University of Utah graduating in 1990 with a B.A. in History. He earned a law degree in 1994 from Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas. He then joined the United States Air Force (USAF) as a member of the Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corp. He was stationed in California, Alabama, and Utah during his six years on active duty.lance thaxton

In 2000, he left active duty and joined a law firm in Murray, Utah. Eight years later he took a position as civilian attorney for the USAF at Hill AFB, where he is presently employed. For the past 16 years he has also served in the USAF Reserves as a JAG. He is currently performs his reserve duties in Illinois as part of the United States Transportation Command legal office.

Lance and his wife LuAnn have lived in Kaysville since 2000 with their four children, Emily, Abbey, Andrew, and Eliza. They love Kaysville. Lance enjoys watching and participating in all sports, but he most enjoys being with his family.

Lance has spent the past 16 years coaching multiple soccer, basketball, and baseball teams. After his brother Jason moved to Kaysville, the two of them began coaching together. Altogether they have coached 30 soccer teams, 6 basketball teams, and 4 baseball/softball teams. For the past several years both of their families have enjoyed gathering together on soccer Saturday and cheering on the 3 soccer teams Lance and Jason currently coach.

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