Kaysville City is the epitome of an "ideal American city" or town. Steeped in traditional family values, we provide our residents and businesses with a clean, stable, safe and secure environment in which to live and thrive. Kaysville is a city that knows what it stands for, and is not apologetic about holding true to what we believe made America great -- family, hard work, education, honesty, integrity, respect, religion and temperance.
Kaysville citizens are committed to "their community" and take an active role in safeguarding the traditions, heritage and values they believe ''their city" should support, represent and maintain. Kaysville citizens benefit from a community committed to "its own" - who love to participate in and support local commerce and want to remain viable and attractive to commercial enterprises with shared values.
Kaysville is a well-managed city with clean, stable, secure and safe environments. Streets are clean, parks professionally manicured, and most buildings well kept. Kaysville City is committed to delivering critical government services efficiently and effectively, while working to improve the "quality of life" for all of its citizens and businesses. Kaysville citizens are committed to their community and its heritage. Our residents and businesses take an active interest and play an active role in their city and neighborhoods.
Traditions are kept and valued -- with most citizens expressing a sense of place and belonging. Kaysville boasts a "historic" main street and a somewhat rural lifestyle. We are friendly and family-oriented with strong traditions, good neighbors, and loyal citizens. Our community supports strong families, beliefs, and values.
In the Middle of Everything
Kaysville is uniquely situated in the "middle of everything." Conveniently located "in the middle" of Davis County, Kaysville is easily accessible to neighboring cities. It is also located "in between" Salt Lake City and Ogden, two of Utah's largest cities. Kaysville is also located in between the beautiful Wasatch Mountains and the Great Salt Lake, two important recreational areas in the state.
Finally, Kaysville is served by two major traffic arteries, I-15 and Highway 89, both connected by one large, easily traveled East/West street, 200 North. Accessibility into the city is a significant benefit to Kaysville businesses and commercial enterprises -- current and potential.
Kaysville First - Experience & Transform
To remain a viable city in a changing world, Kaysville is challenged with the increasing cost of providing municipal services. Rather than decrease services, Kaysville is working to attract reputable, well-run, successful businesses - specifically those that will generate needed sales tax revenues. However, attracting businesses is only part of the equation. To succeed, businesses need sales and growth.
The ultimate objective is to create "destinations" for locals to experience and transform without having to leave Kaysville as often. Additionally, improved choice, healthy competition, and better access may also attract outside customers to Kaysville.