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  1. WB

    Drought Concerns in Kaysville

    As most already know, Utah is experiencing an unprecedented drought coupled with record high temperatures. Kaysville is not immune to the impacts of this situation... Read on...
  2. Kaysville City Fire Ban June 2021_Page_2

    Fire Restrictions to begin June 16, 2021

    Fire restrictions will be implemented for all areas defined as High Fire Hazard (see map) at midnight on Wednesday, June 16, 2021 for public health and safety and to reduce the potential for human-caused fires Read on...
  3. Post Asphalt-  1170 N. Thornfield Rd_

    Road Closure on Thornfield Rd at about 1170 N.

    Thornfield Road will be closed at about 1170 N. Starting June 7th-16th. Starting Wed, June 16th through June 30th Thornfield will be open to local traffic while crews mill, grade and repave. If possible use alternate routes. Updates will be posted. Read on...
  4. IG Movie in the park june

    June Movie in the Park & Children Entrepreneur Market

    The Movie at dusk - featuring "Field of Dreams". Read on...
  5. IG of July 4th Postcard

    Kaysville July 4th Celebration

    Join Kaysville & Fruit Heights Cities Read on...
  6. Sprink

    Secondary Irrigation and Outside Watering

    Kaysville has 3 water companies that service our city: Benchland Water, Davis & Weber Canal, and Haights Creek. Each is operated independently from the city and has it's own rules, rates and schedules for outside watering. Read on...
  7. West Davis

    950 North Preparations

    In conjunction with work being done by Farmington Bay Constructors to establish a haul route for the West Davis Corridor project, the property adjacent to the south edge of the Quail Crossing Park will be closed to public access until further notice. Read on...
  8. Paramedics Info Sheet_Page_1

    Paramedics, Property Taxes and Kaysville

    On December 31, 2022, the Davis County Sheriff's Office will turn responsibility for paramedic services over to Davis County cities, including Kaysville. This will result in a property tax increase. Read on...
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