KAYSVILLE PARKS & RECREATION
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.
Register July 1st for the following
Saturday, August 27th
11 am - 3 pm (Gates open at 9 am)
Heritage Park 250 N. Fairfield Rd. Kaysville
Come check out the beautiful vintage vehicles at Kaysville's 13th annual fall cruise-in. Enjoy music and ice cream from 11 am until 1 pm. Featured Club: TBD. Amazing race activity begins at noon and ends at 2 pm.
Awards will be selected by the following departments:
Kaysville City Mayor (Best of Show)
Kaysville Parks & Recreation
Kaysville Public Works
Kaysville Power Department
Kaysville Fire Department
Kaysville Police Department
No entry Fee! All registered participants will be eligible for drawings from merchant donations. First 150 registered will receive dash plaques. Raffle for prizes! Awards will be presented at 2:45 pm.
Contact: Chairperson Ed Smith
Mail the completed Entry form to Ed Smith at 536 at 536 E. 200 South, Kaysville, UT 84037 or e-mail it at email@example.com. Or contact him directly at 801-726-4429/801-726-4428. Forms also available at the Rec Office.
Congratulations to Lana Carter! Lana has been Kaysville City's Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Coordinator for almost 12 years. She first became involved in the CERT program in 1996 and since then she has served on various Regional, State and County CERT committees. She plans, prepares and attends disaster training's, attends many emergency preparedness meetings and works with other cities in our county to organize their CERT teams. She works with both the Fire and Police departments in assisting them with whatever they need. She organizes CERT training for the citizens of our city to learn how to take care of themselves, their families, their neighbors and their community in the event of a disaster. She also organizes CERT teams to help with non-emergency events like the 4th of July, the Bike Ride for Parkinson's, New Year’s Eve, Baby Animal Days and wherever there is a need for support. Some of the emergency events the CERT teams have helped with have been fires up on the mountains where they provided help with evacuations and food and water for the fire teams and the butane tanker fire where they again provided help with evacuations, food support, staffing a reception center for those evacuated, helping with traffic and crowd control and filling sandbags. Lana believes very strongly in the CERT program and the need for every citizen in our community to have the training they need to be able to take care of themselves in the event of a disaster. She has spent thousands of hours in volunteer service and has been a great representative for our City.
On top of running the CERT program she is also a wife, mother and grandmother. She is married to Bryan Carter who helps her and supports her in her volunteer efforts. Lana and Bryan have six children and almost eleven grandchildren. They have lived in Kaysville for 26 years and have found it to be a wonderful place to raise their family.