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Mayor Katie Witt is excited to announce that Kaysville is the recipient of a $70,000 grant to install 18 Level 2 Electric Vehicle charging stations in four different locations throughout Kaysville City.
This will allow both city vehicles and those residents and visitors with Electric Vehicles to charge for low or no cost at various locations around the city including City Hall, the
Davis County Library/Splash Pad, and Barnes Park. These stations will bring people to the downtown
area and parks and will be an asset to businesses as people charge and shop.
One of the most exciting things about Kaysville having a power company is the control that local
officials have when it comes to electricity in Kaysville. All decisions about Kaysville City Power
are made by local representation. Because Kaysville City has its own Power Company, city employees
are able to install and maintain these Electric Vehicle charging systems. Kaysville City Council,
in conjunction with the Kaysville Power Commission, is able to establish the rates to charge and
have flexibility to look out for the best interests of Kaysville City Residents. There is no need,
in this case, to rely on any outside entity or be at the mercy of any other power organization.
“I am so excited about this project. This grant ticks so many boxes for Kaysville and what makes
us unique to the cities around us.” said Mayor Witt. “As we focus on livability and also try to do
our part for air quality in our region, we are excited to see this project come to Kaysville and
know it will be an asset to residents and visitors alike”.