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Kaysville GIVES

Kaysville City is a wonderful place to live with many kind, generous, and giving residents and businesses. As a city we have several local charities that are in need of assistance and support from our community. In 2017 we started Kaysville GIVES to provide a way for our community to GIVE back to those in need from our own community.
We worked with Safe Harbor Women's Shelter, Head Start, Mountain High School and the Bountiful Food Pantry who services our area. We were able to provide gifts for 250 Sub for Santa tags from the City Hall Christmas Tree, fill needs of individuals for hygiene items, art supplies, gift cards, diapers and wipes and hundreds and hundreds of pounds of food for the food pantry. Many families had a Merry Christmas thanks to many who donated.
Because of our great experience last year, we want to do it again, but we NEED your help. Many ask how they can participate or contribute, so we have made it easy.
How to get involved

  • Click here to make an online donation.  
  • Click here to shop the AMAZON Kaysville City GIVES- 2018 shopping list. All items will be directly shipped to Kaysville City.
  • Donate NEW coats, clothing or blankets @ Kaysville City Offices or at the Kaysville Rec building. (Used items will not be accepted.)
  • Donations can be dropped off at Wasatch Soccer Facility at 1188 Sportsplex Dr. Kaysville.
  • Gift card donations for groceries, gas, and clothing. Please drop gift cards off to Kaysville City or Kaysville Parks and Recreation.
  • Shop at Smith's and Bowman's. Each store will have a list of items that can be found in their stores. You can  leave items in Kaysville GIVES bins found by the registers. We will come pick it up.
  • Visit City Hall and take a tag off the christmas tree for Sub for Santa gifts.
  • You can make a financial donation at City Hall by check, cash or credit card.
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Ski and Snowboard Program

Looking for a last minute Christmas gift for your child? Do you have a child who has always wanted to learn to ski or snowboard?? We still have openings in February Friday night session.

This program includes transportation, lift ticket and two hour lesson with professional instructor. After lesson is complete participants will have unsupervised ski/board time. Transportation provided by a charter bus service. All full size coach buses are mountain ready and coach operators are mountain trained. Buses are equipped with a DVD player and televisions throughout the bus.
Click here to 
Register 


Brighton Release Form (PDF) - must be complete in order to participate
Brighton Rental Form (PDF) - complete 10 days prior to program start date
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Football Equipment Return

This is the last week to return football equipment. We are open Monday-Friday from 9-5:00 pm and you can bring helmets and shoulder pads back durning business office hours. We will also be taking equipment on Saturday December 8th from 9-11:00 am. 
After that, all equipment checks will be cashed for those who have not contacted us or returned equipment.
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Photo Contest Winners

Thank you to all those that entered our contest. We had many talented entries. All winners will be contacted before City Council Thursday evening. Winners will be acknowledged and given their awards that night.

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Junior Jazz Basketball

You should have been contacted by your child's coach. Practices begin this month and games will be played in January. Thank you to all the coaches that have volunteered their time to support this program. We could not do this without their help and support.

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Holiday Hours

December 24- 9 am to 1 pm
December 25- closed
December 26- 9 am to 1 pm
December 27- 9 am to 1 pm
                                              December 28- 9 am-1 pm
                                              December 31 9 am-1 pm
                                              January 1- closed





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