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Nibley Condos 3The Nibley City Planning Commission will hold a public hearing to receive comment on the proposed Residential Planned Unit Development Overlay Zone Ordinance.

When: October 25, 2018 at 5:30 pm

Where: Nibley City Hall 455 W 3200 S

For more details, please contact Nibley City Hall.

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1200WClick here for information that was presented to the City Council about realigning 1200 West at 3200 South.

Irrigation DitchThe canals and secondary irrigation systems in Nibley City are operated by private irrigation companies.  If you have questions or concerns about one of the canals, below is a list of contact persons for each company.  

Nibley Blacksmith Fork Irrigation Company: Paul Leishman (435)757-1138

College Ward Irrigation Company: Gordon Zilles (435)881-9298

Hyrum Blacksmith Fork Irrigation Company: Claire Petersen (435)512-9239

Clear Creek Irrigation Company: Layne Ropelato (435)770-5714

Click here for a canal service area map to determine which company provides water in different areas.

Sewer CoverNibley City’s sewer rate will increase starting on the utility bill you will receive in April. Residential sewer rates will increase from $42.00 per month to $50.00 per month. Commercial and industrial sewer rates will see a similar increase. The primary reason for this increase is due to rates charged to Nibley City by Logan City for wastewater treatment. Please see the letter below for more details.

Sewer Rate Letter

Contact - David Zook

City Manager

435 752-0431

david@nibleycity.com

 

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Mission Statement

The mission of Nibley City is to make life better for its citizens by fostering community cooperation so residents, businesses, and government work together to develop the City in harmony with its natural environment, historical surroundings, and in accordance with the values and vision of the community as set forth in the General Plan. The City will provide fiscally sound municipal services for a safe, attractive, creative, and viable community.