Nibley City has partnered with the Child & Family Support Center in Hyrum to provide a Candy Cane Dash on December 6, 2014. Participants will get the choice to run either a mile or 5k run. There will be raffles and drawings for prizes. All proceeds will go the Child & Family Support Center, which donates their time and talents toward their mission of Strengthening Families and Protecting Children.
Preregistration is currently open and will be open until November 25, 2014. Regular registration will be open until December 4, 2014 online, but preregistered participants will receive a t-shirt the morning of the run. Registration is $10 per person and the run will begin at 10:00 a.m. at Heritage Park (2456 S 800 W, Nibley, UT 84321). You can register for the event at the City Offices at 455 W 3200 S, Nibley, UT or online at: http://nibleycandycanedash.sportsites.com/player/homeplayer.aspx
The Child & Family Support Center’s mission is to provide a facility that offers tools and support services to assist parents in our community in successfully raising their children, and is set up to assist children, adults, individuals, couples and families. This is a great opportunity for our community to help a great cause.
Our general plan was last updated in 2007. Over the next few months, we will be working with the Rural Planning Group to reexamine and, where necessary, modify our general plan.
Part of the General Plan update will include holding public open houses and giving residents a chance to participate in focus groups. We likely will have focus groups covering topics such as: parks, recreation, housing, economic development, and transportation.
We don't have open houses or focus group meetings scheduled right now, we are just trying to gauge interest so we can determine what groups to have.
If you'd like to be included in a particular focus group or have an interest in participating in the general plan update in some other capacity, email Shari Phippen, City Planner at firstname.lastname@example.org Let her know who you are, what your area of interest is, and the best way to get in touch with you.
The updated General Plan will guide many aspects of Nibley's development for the next several years. We encourage you to become involved and help us shape the best plan we can!
Nibley City is conducting a study focused on how to improve the intersections at 3200 South/SR-165 and Mill Road/SR-165. Both have a history of accidents ranging from minor to deadly.
The objectives of Nibley City for these intersections and the surrounding area include the following:
1. Automobile safety will improve by having a four-way intersection with a traffic signal. This will involve re-configuring the road network so as to connect 3200 South with Mill Road. The new signal will stop northbound traffic (unlike the current signal at 3200 South and SR-165), thus making it safe for left- and right-turning vehicles.
2. Pedestrian safety will improve by bringing sidewalks to the traffic signal and allowing pedestrians to safely cross SR-165. The intersection will have painted crosswalks and other essential improvements to help people cross the highway safely.
3. Bicycle safety will improve by installing bike lanes on both the east and west legs of the new intersection. The traffic signal will stop northbound/southbound traffic and allow for bikes to safely cross the highway.
The following documents contain additional information about the project:
Nibley City now has disc golf discs that can be checked out to Nibley residents at the city office for use at the new Sunrise Meadows Disc Golf Course in Nibley City. Each set has a map of the course and three discs: a putter, a mid-range and a driver. There is a fully refundable $20 cash deposit required in order to check out each disc set. If you have any questions, please contact the city office for more information.
We're pleased to present to you this year's Annual Drinking Water Quality Report. This report is designed to inform you about the quality of the water and services we deliver to you every day. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. We want you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. We are committed to ensuring the quality of your water.
The new Sunrise Meadows Disc Golf Course in Nibley is open for use located at 2500 S 1200 W. This course has been included in the Cache Valley Unplugged program and also a tournament during Heritage Days. This is a fun 9 hole course, with improvements such as adding trees and grass coming soon. Click below for a map of the course.
Nibley City has disc golf discs that can be checked out to Nibley residents at the city office for use at the new Sunrise Meadows Disc Golf Course in Nibley City. Each set has a map of the course and three discs: a putter, a mid-range and a driver. There is a fully refundable $20 cash deposit required in order to check out each disc set. If you have any questions, please contact the city office for more information.
You are now able to reserve the community center or our four park pavilions online. By clicking on the following link you will be able to see when these facilities are available and make reservations all online. For items such as to pick up a key and to pay for a cleaning deposits, you will still need to come into the office the business day before your event. If you have any questions please call Stephen at the city office, 435-752-0431, or send an email to email@example.com.
Please click here: http://nibley.sportsites.com/
Nibley City is a Community Covenant city and, as such, has made a committment to support Nibley residents who serve or have served in the armed forces - and to also support the families of those who serve. Nibley City Councilwoman Amber Whittaker has been appointed as the council's liaison to serve and support Nibley residents who are current or former members of the armed services. Click here for information about resources that may be available to you and your family.
Nibley City would like to encourage all of our citizens to experience our city's trails and routes system. Using these facilities can be a fun and healthy way to get around town and to exercise. We also urge our citizens to be safe while using our trails and routes. The following tips are some safety guidelines while using these facilities.