Hop on over to Virgil Gibbons Heritage Park to enjoy a fun and festive running experience for the whole family.
Online Registration (for 5K)
Date: Saturday April 15th
Location: Virgil Gibbons Heritage Park 2456 South 800 West, Nibley, UT
Please read the message below from Mayor Dustin regarding the use of City issued sandbags:
I was out inspecting the work our public works team has been doing on the river. Thank you for supporting them and letting them do their jobs.
I was disappointed, however, to see city sandbags being used on private property to protect landscaping. City sandbags are available to protect public facilities and houses. When they are used to protect lawns and patios and fences, they are not available to protect houses. Please use the minimum necessary to protect your house.
- Mayor Dustin
The Nibley City Council will hold a public hearing to receive comment concerning the proposed Tin Rope Subdivision approximately at 500 W and 3200 S. This hearing will be held on Thursday March 30, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter as can be heard and will be held at Nibley City Hall, 455 W 3200 S Nibley, UT. Please contact Nibley City at 435-752-0431 for more information.
The Nibley City Council will hold a public hearing to receive comment concerning a proposed change to the Nibley City Landscaping Code. This hearing will be held on Thursday March 30, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter as can be heard and will be held at Nibley City Hall, 455 W 3200 S Nibley, UT. Please contact Nibley City at 435-752-0431 for more information.
Registration for Nibley City recreation Baseball, Softball and T-ball leagues is now open until March 31st or until filled. To register online, go to: ONLINE REGISTRATION You may also click on the links below for a printable registration form that would need to be returned to city hall, registration forms are also available at City Hall.
All skill levels are welcomed and needed and programs are available for youth from age 3-14. The focus is to build teamwork, leadership,learn the fundamental skills of the game, and enjoy the experience. If you have any questions, interest in coaching, and or interest in other program support opportunities, please contact Nibley City Recreation Director Chad Wright at: 435-752-0431 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Online Registration
- Click and print a form below and register at the Nibley City office:
- Fill out registration forms at the Nibley City office
- 455 W 3200 S Nibley,UT
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APPLICATIONS DUE MARCH 10TH!
The Miss Nibley Pageant is coming up in April. Here is a chance for all girls K – 11th grade (5 years old to Jr Year in High School), who reside in Nibley, to participate in this year's pageant. The pageant is a great way for girls to showcase who they are in a fun, energetic atmosphere. Pageant participants learn stage presence, interviewing skills and a dance routine.
age 5-10 Princess Pageant (Pageant April 28th)
grade 6-7 Sweetheart pageant (Pageant April 29th)
grade 8-9 Junior Miss (April 29th)
grade 10-11 Miss Nibley (April 29th)
Pump stormwater to:
YARD OR STREET
The extreme weather conditions we have been experiencing have resulted in many Nibley residents having water in their homes and basements. As residents work to pump this water from their homes, it is apparent that much of this water is being dumped into the City’s sewer system. Please do NOT discharge floodwater or groundwater into the sewer system. The City’s sewer system is currently receiving more water than it has ever handled before. Nibley City is concerned that the system could become overwhelmed, which would result in raw sewage backing up into homes. It has been reported that this scenario is already happening in Wellsville. Please use hoses or other methods to divert floodwaters into streets and stormwater systems rather than floor drains, sinks, tubs or manholes.
If you discover water or sewage coming UP through your drain notify us IMMEDIATLEY 435-752-0431
Please drive carefully around our public works crews stopped in the middle of the street at manholes. We are inspecting our sewer lines with a camera system to make sure all sewer lines are flowing as designed. This process will also detect improperly installed sump pumps that should be pumping flood, storm, and ground water outside to resident’s yards instead of through the city sewer system. From now until April 30th WARNINGS will be issued to violators. Per city code, fines of $1,000/day may be issued beginning May1st. If you are not sure if your sump pump is installed properly, please call city hall to arrange for a FREE review. Please be aware that inspections of our sewer lines will continue until we have confirmed that all residents are in compliance with the code. Preventing sewer back up is the responsibility of all Nibley City homeowners; we appreciate your cooperation in properly routing the outflow of your sump pump. Compliance reduces the likelihood of back up in your own home and neighboring homes throughout the city.
Sandbag Filling Station: for residents currently needing sandbags to manage stormwater on their personal property you may fill them for FREE at the Public Works Yard 625 W 3200 S currently available M-F during regular business hours. If you have an immediate need for sandbags to manage water in an emergency situation beyond business hours call city hall 435-752-0431 and follow the prompts to reach the on call employee-Printable Map-
Clear raingutters from debris including ice, use heat tape (available at hardware stores) to melt the ice.
Evaluate the slope in and around your home, and determine with your neighbors the best way to manage the stormwater collected on your properties. Please be aware of and considerate of your neighbors, as a property owner you are held responsible for water redirected on your property to another location.
Water in Home:
If water has filled a window well or basement, depending on the amount use a shop vac or sump pump to relocate the water. If running a sump pump monitor the operation closely, make sure that the outlet hose appropriately redirects the water and that the pump has not tripped a breaker. If there is significant water reaching electrical outlets DO NOT TOUCH WATER until breakers have been switched off. Disaster clean up professionals my need to be involved in extreme cases.
More Homeowner Storm-Water Management:
City Stormwater System: our public works crew has inspected our stormwater system from grates to retention basins and water is flowing as designed from Nibley City Streets to retention ponds. The Public Works department will continue to monitor the stormwater system especially during any major weather event. If you discover a blocked or backed up stormwater grate or water breaching retention basins please notify us immediately. (after hrs On Call available through main # 752-0431)
What is the difference between a Flood Watch and a Flood Warning issued by the National Weather Service?
Flash Flood Warning: Take Action! A Flash Flood Warning is issued when a flash flood is imminent or occurring. If you are in a flood prone area move immediately to high ground. A flash flood is a sudden violent flood that can take from minutes to hours to develop. It is even possible to experience a flash flood in areas not immediately receiving rain.
Flood Warning: Take Action! A Flood Warning is issued when the hazardous weather event is imminent or already happening. A Flood Warning is issued when flooding is imminent or occurring.
Flood Watch: Be Prepared:A Flood Watch is issued when conditions are favorable for a specific hazardous weather event to occur. A Flood Watch is issued when conditions are favorable for flooding. It does not mean flooding will occur, but it is possible.
Flood Advisory: Be Aware: An Flood Advisory is issued when a specific weather event that is forecast to occur may become a nuisance. A Flood Advisory is issued when flooding is not expected to be bad enough to issue a warning. However, it may cause significant inconvenience, and if caution is not exercised, it could lead to situations that may threaten life and/or property.
Action Steps from FEMA
Flood Watch = “Be Aware.” Conditions are right for flooding to occur in your area.
Steps to Take
- Turn on your TV/radio. You will receive the latest weather updates and emergency instructions.
- Know where to go. You may need to reach higher ground quickly and on foot.
- Build or restock your emergency preparedness kit. Include a flashlight, batteries, cash, and first aid supplies.
Prepare Your Home
- Move furniture and important items to the highest possible floor. This will help protect them from flood damage.
- Disconnect electrical appliances and do not touch electrical equipment if you are wet or standing in water. You could be electrocuted.
- If instructed, turn off your gas and electricity at the main switch or valve. This helps prevent fires and explosions.
Flood Warning = "Take Action!" Flooding is either happening or will happen shortly.
Steps to Take
- Move immediately to higher ground or stay on high ground.
- Evacuate if directed.
- Avoid walking or driving through flood waters. Turn Around, Don’t Drown! Just 6 inches of moving water can knock you down and 2 feet of water can sweep your vehicle away.
- Return home only when authorities say it is safe.
- Be aware of areas where floodwaters have receded and watch out for debris. Floodwaters often erode roads and walkways.
- Do not attempt to drive through areas that are still flooded.
- Avoid standing water as it may be electrically charged from underground or downed power lines.
- Photograph damage to your property for insurance purposes.
LINKS National Weather Service & UDOT:
Nibley City will hold its municipal election this fall to elect a Mayor and two council members. If a Primary Election is necessary, the Primary Election date is Tuesday, August 15, 2017; the General Election date is Tuesday, November 7, 2017. Nibley elections are non-partisan.
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Snowplows and mailboxes don't mix. If your maillbox and a city snowplow had an unfortunate encounter, please let us know. Our snowplow drivers do an amazing job and do their best to avoid collisions, but sometimes the conditions lead to an unavoidable collision. But more often, mailboxes are hit because they are not built according to the national specifications adopted by the United States Postal Service and protrude into the roadway. Please keep the following design standards in mind when erecting mailboxes - Mailboxes using Masonry and Mailboxes using Posts
If a mailbox is damaged during the process of snow removal activities, the City will replace or repair mailboxes that comply with design standards, and only if it was physically hit by snow equipment. Heavy or large amounts of snow discharges from plowing equipment causing damage to a mailbox will not be repaired by the City. Mailboxes that are damaged because of nonconformance to design standards shall be the homeowner's responsibility.
Residents are encouraged to report damage to Nibley City at (435) 752-0431, so the City can make needed repairs. Residents may find it useful to install temporary flexible reflective markers along the curb line each fall in order to aid plow drivers in locating the curb line.
Dog license fees and rabies verification are due before March 1 of each year. There is a $10 late fee starting on March 1.
Dog licenses may be renewed online by clicking here: Renew Dog License Online
Dogs not previously registered with Nibley City must be registered in person at the Nibley City offices. Rabies vaccinations information is required.
Annual fees are as follows:
Spayed or Neutered Dogs - $15.00
Unaltered Dogs - $25.00
Kennel License - $25.00 (required for 3 or more dogs and you must speak to staff prior to obtaining a kennel license)