Summer is here and has brought hot weather with it. Nibley City would encourage all residents to use their water responsibly. Since the City spring was taken out of service by the recent diesel contamination, Nibley has been limited to only using two of its three water sources. Nibley is currently able to keep up with daily demand, but has a much smaller surplus of water available now.
By using your water more efficiently, you will be helping our community and you’ll save money on your monthly water bill. Please click on the following links for tips and ideas on how to make your water use more efficient. Of course, the most impactful thing you can do is to limit outdoor watering, which is by far the largest source of water consumption.
Please contact Nibley City if you have any questions.
Thank you for your support.
In accordance with Utah state regulations, Nibley City allows fireworks to be discharged within City limits from July 1-July 7 and July 21-July 27 of each year. Residents should take care to observe other state and local regulations regarding noise and creating a nuisance when discharging fireworks.
Nibley is happy to announce that the Relay for Life event will be back at Nibley's Heritage Park July 17-18. Teams throughout the valley are hosting fundraisers that will culminate in a 24-hour walking event where survivors are celebrated, we remember those we have lost, and fight back against cancer. You're invited to join the American Cancer Society Relay for Life committee at the park for some great family friendly fun, including live bands, games, a children's art show and more. For more event details, go to: http://www.relayforlife.org/cachecountyut
You can also check out their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/relayforlifecachecountyut
Nibley City is seeking proposals from qualified consultants for the 2015 General Plan Update and Town Center Plan process.
A full RFP may be found here.
A copy of the draft General Plan may be found here.
The following questions were submitted, with the City's responses below each question:
-What, if any, public outreach is missing or not satisfactory from the General Plan?
-One public open house was held, with approximately 150 residents attending. Additionally, a series of focus group meetings were held, with an approximate attendance of 6-8 participants at each. The proposals should reflect the applicant's assessment of the publich outreach and recommendations they would make.
-Please expound on the "Public/Private Investment Opportunities" mentioned under under the core characteristics of the Town Center Master Plan
-The successful consultant will identify those project areas most suitable for public/private investment and make recommendation on how those investment opportunities can come about.
-Please provide additional detail on the requested "Economic Development" portion of the Town Center Master Plan?
-The successful consultant will identify those project areas most suitable for economic and make recommendation on how that development can come about.
-Are the appendices available?
-The appendices cannot be uploaded to the City website or emailed due to file size. Applicants wishing to review the appendices while preparing their proposal may bring a flash drive to the City office and the City will gladly upload the appendices to the drive.
Nibley City will hold its municipal election this fall to elect three council members. Click here for information about election dates. Because seven candidates have filed, a primary election will be held. The following candidates have filed to run for the three open seats:
The City Council Meeting regularly scheduled for July 2, 2015 has been cancelled and rescheduled for Thursday, July 9 at 6:30 p.m. The agenda on July 9 is expected to include interviews of applicants and appointment of a new City Council member to fill the seat vacated by Amber Whittaker.
Click the green Read more... button below to read information about the water emergency.
Nibley City has a community alert system that we use to call, text, and email our residents in cases of emergency or to communicate other important information. This system is linked with our utility account system to make sure we are able to contact as many people as possible. If you are worried about your contact information being out of date, want to add more information, or were not contacted by the system about the water contamination, you can sign up at http://nibleycity.com/ by clicking on the blue button labeled “Community Alert System” on the right side of the homepage. You can also signup with the link below. You may also sign up more than one member of your household to receive alerts.