Nibley City was incorporated 80 years ago on August 30th, 1935. Come celebrate Nibley’s 80th birthday with us and get a FREE ICE CREAM at Nibley City Hall on Friday, August 28. Please click here to read the history of how Nibley City was founded. We hope to see you all come in to celebrate the founding of our great city.
Nibley City’s water department will be doing maintenance and repairs in the Spring Creek Subdivision (1240 W and 1275 W off 2450 S) on August 27, from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. During this time, homes in the area may have their water shut off. Thank you for your patience as we work to maintain our water system. If you have any question, please call Nibley City Hall at (435) 752-0431.
The Nibley City Council will hold a public hearing to receive comment concerned a proposed ordinance regulating telecommunication facilities in Nibley City. The public hearing will be held Thursday, September 3, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter as can be heard, and will be held at the Nibley City Offices, 455 West 3200 South.
A copy of the proposed ordinance may be found here.
On August 29, starting at dusk (about 8:00 p.m.), Nibley City will be showing Disney’s Big Hero 6 in Nibley Park at 294 W 3200 S.
Robotics prodigy Hiro (Ryan Potter) lives in the city of San Fransokyo. A special bond develops between Hiro and a plus-sized inflatable robot named Baymax, whose sole purpose is to take care of people and was designed by Hiro’s older brother Tadashi. When a devastating turn of events throws Hiro into the middle of a dangerous plot, he transforms Baymax and team up with a group of friends to form a band of high-tech heroes.
We hope you can all come and join the fun.
The Cache County Sheriff’s Office has announced they will be sponsoring a basic CERT course starting the end of August. The course is free, but there is a $55.00 equipment fee. Nibley City will reimburse Nibley residents for the cost of the equipment once they have completed the course. You can sign up and find out more information at the link below.
Congratulations to Nibley resident and Planning Commissioner Thomas Bernhardt who was appointed by the City Council on July 9 to fill the City Council position previously held by Amber Whittaker.
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.
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. Carol Albrecht has withdrawn from the race, so a Primary Election is no longer necessary. If you are an absentee voter who already received your ballot, you may discard your ballot but please return your absentee voter confirmation form. You may use the ballot return envelope for this purpose.
The following candidates have filed to run for the three open seats:
Carol Albrecht - Withdrawn