The Miss Nibley royalty is sponsoring a reading contest for all Nibley children in grades K-7th. Reading logs will be available to pick up at the Nibley City office January 26th-30th and also available below. The contest will begin February 2nd and will end on March 2nd. This is a great opportunity to get reading this winter. Prizes will be awarded to the top three winners in each age category. So let’s get reading Nibley children! If there are any further questions contact Miss Nibley, Savannah Knight at 232-6818.
Nibley City is working on updating the Nibley City General Plan. Click on the following link to get more information about the process and to take a survey on the plan update: http://ruralplanning.org/nibley/ This site will also give you the option of signing up for focus groups related to the plan update.
We welcome your input and are excited to see what our residents feel is in the best interest of Nibley City.
The Nibley City Council will hold a meeting to make an interim appointment to fill a vacancy on the Nibley City Council. This meeting will be held Thursday, January 29, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. at Nibley City Hall, 455 West 3200 South.
Ten interested residents submitted applications by the January 20 deadline. Click here to read their letters of interest.
This appointment is for a one-year term and the seat will be up for election in the 2015 Nibley City municipal election. This appointment will be effective from January 29, 2015 until January 7, 2016.
This vacancy comes as a result of Councilwoman Cook moving out of Cache Valley with her family. We will miss her and thank her for her service to both the Nibley City Council and the Nibley City Planning Commission.
Nibley City is now seeking applicants to fill a vacancy on the Nibley City Planning and Zoning Commission. The appointment will be made by Mayor Dustin, with the advice and consent of the City Council.
Interested parties should complete the application found at this link and deliver it to City Hall.
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. Please bring proof of vaccinations and alteration.
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)
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
The Cache Valley Wildlife Association is hosting their second annual Birdhouse Building Contest. The purposes of this contest are threefold: to provide nesting sites for wild birds, to improve an area for wild bird habitat, and to highlight the creative building skills of our residents. Nesting boxes and platforms are fine, but use your imagination to create unusual shapes and designs. Entries must be submitted to Nibley City Hall before 5:00 p.m. on March 23.Prizes will be given for creativity. Pleases click the entry form or one the Wildlife Associations website for more details.
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.