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.
The Nibley City Council will hold a public hearing to receive comment regarding the Malouf Subdivision, a proposed commercial/industrial subdivision located at approximately 1500 West 2960 South. The public hearing will be on Thursday, March 6, 2014 at 6:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as can be heard. The public hearing will be held at the Nibley City Hall, 455 West 3200 South, Nibley, UT.
The Nibley City Council will hold a public hearing to receive comment concerning proposed changes to the Nibley City subdivision ordinance. This public hearing will be held Thursday, March 6, 2014 at 6:30 pm, or as soon thereafter as can be heard. The public hearing will be held at the Nibley City Hall, 455 West 3200 South, Nibley, Utah.
The Nibley City Council will hold a public hearing to receive comment concerning proposed changes to the Nibley City land use chart and associated definitions. This public hearing will be held Thursday, March 6, 2014 at 6:30 pm, or as soon thereafter as can be heard. The public hearing will be held at the Nibley City Hall, 455 West 3200 South, Nibley, Utah.
Nibley City is a Community Covenant city and, as such, has made a committment to support Nibley residents who serve or have served in the armed forces - and to also support the families of those who serve. Nibley City Councilwoman and veteran Amber Whittaker has been appointed as the council's liaison to serve and support Nibley residents who are current or former members of the armed services. Click here for information about resources that may be available to you and your family.
Nibley City is now accepting applications to fill a vacancy on the Cache Valley Transit District Board of Directors. The appointment will be made by Mayor Shaun Dustin, with the advice and consent of the City Council.
Interested parties should fill out an application and submit it via email to Mayor Dustin at: email@example.com or may fill out an application in person at the Nibley City Office, 455 West 3200 South. The application period may be closed at any time, so interested parties should sumbit an application as soon as possible. Click here for the application.
Dog license fees and rabies verification are due before March 1st of each year. There is a $10 late fee after March 1st.
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