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Message from thPolice Chiefe Chief

I am Chief Solomon Oberg.  It is my pleasure to welcome you to Kaysville City.

My goal is to provide professional police services to the citizens of Kaysville City.  I envision a department where all citizens are treated equally and with respect.  

Kaysville Police Department 150th AnniversarySesquicentennial Badge

2018 marks the 150th anniversary of the Kaysville Police Department, established in 1868. Officers will be wearing sesquicentennial badges through the end of the year to commemorate this important milestone for Kaysville City and celebrate the history of the police department.

The officers came up with the concept of the badge design, which is a combination of the very first badge worn by Kaysville officers in 1868 and the current badge worn by officers today.

These sesquicentennial badges are a symbol of pride and privilege each and every member shares in being part of a department that has proudly served the citizens of Kaysville City for 150 years.

Davis High School Parking Restrictions

Any vehicles parked on the road of restricted areas near Davis High School between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. will be issued citations if they don't have the proper parking pass visibly displayed.  All residents and their guests are required to have parking passes displayed for vehicles parked in restricted areas.  

If you have any questions, please contact Kaysville City at (801) 546-1131.

Please click here to see the map of restricted parking areas for Davis High School.

Please click here to pay a Kaysville City parking ticket.  

Tip 411

Click here for more information on the tip411 Program.

Safe Exchange Zone

Click here for more information on the Safe Exchange Zone in the police department parking lot.

Fingerprinting Services

Request Traffic Enforcement

Radar Board

Contact our Traffic Enforcement Officer to report traffic problems or request enforcement in your area.

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