Nibley City's Annual Easter Egg Hunt will be on Saturday, April 4 at 9:00 a.m. at Heritage Park-2475 South 800 West. The egg hunt is for kids up to ten years old. You’ll need to come early because the eggs go fast. Bring your children and Easter baskets and come join the fun.
Before the Easter egg hunt, there will be Nibley City's first annual Funny Bunny Run starting at 7:30 a.m. Please click here for more information
Nibley City has partnered with the Nibley-Millville First Responders to provide the Funny Bunny Run on Saturday April 4, 2015 at 7:30 a.m. Participants will get the choice to run either a mile or 5k. There will be raffles and drawings for prizes.
Registration: You can register at online here or at Nibley City Hall
Preregistration: February 27-March 26, 2015. Those who preregister will receive a T-shirt the morning of the race.
Regular Registration: March 27-April 2, 2015. There will also be onsite registration starting at 6:30.
Cost: $10.00. All proceeds will be used to help support Nibley-Millville First Responders
Location and Time: Heritage Park (2456 South 800 West, Nibley City) on April 4, 2015. The race starts at 7:30 a.m.
Following the Funny Bunny Run Nibley will also be hosting their annual Nibley City Easter Egg Hunt, which will begin at 9:00 a.m. at Heritage Park (2456 South 800 West, Nibley City). The Easter egg hunt is FREE to the public and we invite all to join the City and the festivities.
The Nibley City Council will meet on Thursday, April 16 at 6:30 p.m. at Nibley City Hall to select a plan for rerouting the 3200 S SR-165 intersection. Nibley City conducted a study in late 2014 to determine how best to improve and realign the intersections at 3200 South/SR-165 and Mill Road/SR-165. Both intersections 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. Improving automobile safety by having a four-way intersection with a traffic signal that stops traffic in all directions. 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. Improving pedestrian safety by allowing pedestrians to safely cross SR-165. The intersection will have a traffic signal that stops traffic in all directions and will have painted crosswalks and other essential improvements to help people cross the highway safely.
3. Improving bicycle safety 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:
Spring is here and it is once again time for the annual Miss Nibley Pageant. The pageant theme for 2015 is “Ever After”. The Princess Pageant will be held Friday, May 15 at 7:00 p.m. and the Miss Nibley Pageant will be held Saturday, May 16 at 7:00 p.m. The Princess Pageant is for ages 5 years old to 5th grade and costs $25, and Miss Nibley Pageant is for participants in the 6-11th grade and costs $40. You can print out the application below or they are also available at Nibley City Hall. All applications are due by March 27 at 5:00 p.m. at Nibley City Hall.
Registration for Nibley City recreational Softball and Baseball summer leagues will begin March 1 and run through March 31. To register online, go to: http://nibley.sportsites.com You may also click on the links below for a printable registration form that would need to be returned to city hall. There will also be copies of the form at City Hall.
All skill levels are welcomed and needed. The focus is to teach sound fundamentals of the game and enjoy the activity. If you are interested in coaching or helping, or have any questions, please contact Nibley Recreation Director Scott Larsen at: 435-753-0954 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Softball has the following levels: T-ball for ages 5-6, Ponytail for ages 7-8 (coach pitch), and U10, U12, and U14 levels, which will all be fast-pitch. An all-girls T-ball team may be formed to play in the boys division if numbers permit.
Baseball has the following levels: T-ball for ages 5-6, Rookie for ages 6-8 (machine pitch), Minors for ages 9-10, Majors for ages 11-12, and Pony for ages 13-14.
Games will begin between mid-May and early June, depending on the division, and run until the end of June or the beginning of July. Older divisions will have a post-season tournament. Once registration is closed, names will be placed on a waiting list until April 15, with placement on a first-come-first-served basis and there is no guarantee of being placed on a team.
Drop off your old books, clothes, and other house hold items at the city building for CHOICE Humanitarian’s “Let’s End Poverty” program. All revenue from the “Let’s End Poverty” drive goes to CHOICE Humanitarian to help find long term solutions to ending poverty. “Let’s End Poverty” is being run by Nibley City Youth Council members, as well as students from youth councils throughout southern Cache Valley.
CHOICE Humanitarian believes in the value and dignity of all human beings. They are a non-profit leadership organization with more than 30 years experience working to end poverty in Kenya, Guatemala, Nepal, Mexico, and Bolivia. CHOICE partners with rural communities where villagers live on less than $2 a day. Their integrated approach to ending poverty focuses on five core areas: education, health, environment, culture, and economic development. Developing trained, responsible village leadership empowers communities to create their own vision out of poverty and move towards a path of self-reliance.
If you have any questions, you can email Samantha Larkin at email@example.com
Nibley City is working with the State of Utah's Rural Planning Group to update the Nibley City General Plan. Click on the following link to get more information about the process and to sign up for a focus groups related to the plan update: http://ruralplanning.org/nibley/
We welcome your input and are excited to see what our residents feel is in the best interest of Nibley City.
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.