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Intern WantedNibley City Recreation is recruiting Recreation Interns for 2018.  Although recruitment for these opportunities is continuous we will be interviewing for the Summer/Fall/& Winter seasons in May. Under the direction of the Recreation and Community Services Director, ideal candidates will gain valuable experience as they learn industry best practices.  This internship offers a wide variety of experience through recreation events and programs as interns help build a happy, healthy, connected community. Schedules can be very flexible and the experience can be customized to meet academic requirements and the interest of the intern.  Recruitment is continuous and positions are filled as they become available 

now-hiringNibley City Recreation is currently seeking a Part-Time Seasonal Recreation Coordinator.  Under the general direction of the Recreation and Community Services Director, this postition assists in the planning coordination and supervision of city recreation events and programs to build a happy, healthy, connected community. Application Due Jan 15th 


Nibley City Recreation offers a fitness program called Nibley Fit, available to anyone interested in attending.  These group fitness classes include Yoga, HIIT, and HIGH fitness routines.  The classes are taught by highly qualified fitness instructors and are held in the community center at Nibley City Hall (455 W 3200 S Nibley, UT)


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Class Schedule 

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See calendar below for current schedule details

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Classes available to participants 14 years old and up.

Class Descrip

Class Descriptions

HIGH: this fitness routine is an interval training class that includes an easy to follow routine choreographed to music.  It combines a fun interval workout with an intensity level you set for maximum fitness results! This amazing new fitness format offers a high caloric burn through cardio peaks along with full-body toning!  Get addicted to being fit while having fun sculpting your body, building strength, and endurance. 

HIIT: looking for a fun and effecient full body workout at your pace try HIIT,  also referred as TABATA after fitness scientist/researcher Dr. Izumi Tabata.  HIIT is short for: High Intensity Interval Training and includes alternating short periods of intense anaerobic exercise with less intense active recovery. Extensive research by Tabata and others have proven both the effectiveness and efficiency of interval training with reliable positive results for improving athletic capacity and conditioning in a shorter time frame.  Benefiting both aerobic and anaerobic systems HIIT workouts have endless possibilities and exciting variety to keep you interested and challenge you to go to the next level at a pace you personally set.

Yoga:  Ease the stress of your day by using dynamic breathing and strong flowing movements for greater strength, flexibility, and range of motion. Hatha yoga is a balanced combination of sustained poses with attention to basic alignment, mindfulness, and breathing to create a trans-formative and balancing effect of mind and body.  Our yoga class will continuously evolve as our skilled instructors explore the needs and interests of class participants.  They may also weave together wisdom teachings, poetry and music to inspire physical, energetic, mental, intuitive, and pure bliss states of consciousness. Some outdoor yoga classes will be available at the Nibley Park amphitheatre note class location on the Nibley Fit Calendar and Facebook posts.

Classes available to participants 14 years old and up.


Nibley Fit Instructors: we provide highly qualified supportive instructors interested in offering you the best fitness experience


 Marianne has had a love for fitness all of her life. Early on she developed a passion for competitive team sports and endurance races, competing in many marathons and triathlons. Through college classes she was introduced to group fitness, which instantly became her new passion. She graduated with a degree in Health Education and has been instructing HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) for 4 years. Marianne has been certified as a Primary Group Instructor through AFAA. She has found that exercising not only strengthens the body, but also the mind and the spirit. She lives her life with the belief that being fit is about having fun while striving to be stronger than you were yesterday. Marianne’s passion for exercise has also let her gain new friendships through her community.  


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Tracy’s love of fitness began in 2007 with a spin class she took while pregnant. This cycling class played an important role in a healthy and successful pregnancy, and from that point forward both fitness and nutrition became a significant part of her life. She now holds a Primary Group Fitness certification with AFAA, and a certification with Tabata Bootcamp - a High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) fitness routine. Tracy is also certified with both Schwinn and Spinning indoor cycling programs and enjoys outdoor cycling, snowmobiling, and reading.  She has enjoyed creating exciting and energetic workouts and has found that helping others achieve their own fitness goals based on their own abilities and strengths is very rewarding. As a nutritional wellness coach, Tracy understands how exercise and eating right empower people to achieve desired results.  She also knows firsthand the value of a happy and healthy lifestyle, and as a working Mom of 6, with 2 children still at home, she understands the challenge of achieving it on a tight schedule.  Tracy and her husband Gordon recently moved back to Cache Valley, are excited to be a part of this community and look forward to getting to know everyone they meet.


Reina Forsythe PhotoReina began a consistent yoga practice after an inspirational college yoga course 18 years ago. After 11 years of practice she certified as an instructor through InBody Yoga Academy, D’ana Baptiste’s 500 hr Certification Program and has been teaching ever since. Reina is registered with Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT which necessitates over 2000 hours of teaching experience. She has taught at numerous studios as well as corporate and private settings. Reina has further trained and certified in the areas of pre and postnatal yoga, biomechanics, alignment, restorative yoga, and meditation. Reina has studied with senior teachers such as Donna Farhi, Richard Miller, Charlotte Bell, Susan McLaughlin, Bryan Kest, Thich Nhat Hanh, Baron Baptiste, Matthew Cohen and in Kerala, India with Peter Francyk. Her experience working 5 years for the fire department where she certified as an EMT, BLS, CPR, and First Aid Instructor also compliments her knowledge of the body received through yoga training.  Reina transitioned from the reactive to the proactive side of health after witnessing firsthand the health benefits of a yogic lifestyle. Her extensive training and experience allow her to guide her class through a fulfilling yoga journey.


Cammy Adair Photo 2Cammy discovered the multiple benefits of yoga in 2012 under the direction of a talented and mindful yoga teacher. With her B.S. degree in Exercise Science and Health Education from Utah State University, she realized the profound and far reaching effects yoga can have on a person’s health and wellness. It re-awakened the mind-body connection in her and has positively affected every aspect of her life, including injury rehabilitation and prevention.  She is the wife of a yoga enthusiast and has witnessed the solid therapeutic effects that have benefitted him, as well as countless others. Cammy has focused her time and energy raising her 6 children and recently decided to build on her background with a 200 hour YTT certification from Yoga Assets in SLC, UT under the direction of Denise Druce. Cammy is registered with Yoga Alliance, and is also a Certified Group Fitness Instructor that connects easily with all participants. Cammy is excited to share the benefits of yoga with the citizens of Nibley City!  Her goal is to create a warm, relaxed and fun environment in her vinyasa style yoga classes that challenge and relax the body and de-stress the mind. She loves to encourage people from all walks of life in their quest to take charge and improve their health.




  • $3 Drop In (single class)
  • $15 Unlimited Monthly (up to 31 days)
  • $40 Unlimited Quarterly
Fall Qtr - Oct to Dec
Winter Qtr - Jan to March
Spring Qtr - April to June
Summer Qtr - July to Sept
Unlimited pass = any class any day for that pass period 
Classes available to participants 14 years old and up.
All credit/debit card payments must be made @ Nibley City offices during business hours. If possible please pre-purchase your pass at city hall during business hours; instructors however, will be available to process cash or check payments just prior to class if needed.


Amazing Discount Offers with reverse punch passes

 (Available Fall, Winter, & Spring)

  • $5.00 pass discount:present 2 Drop In passes to earn this discount on the purchase of an Unlimited Monthly or Unlimited Quarterly pass
  • $10.00 pass discount: present an Unlimited Monthly Pass with 5 punches to earn this discount on an Unlimited Quarterly pass
  • $20.00 pass discount: present an Unlimited Quarterly Pass with 10 punches to earn this discount on an Unlimited Quarterly pass





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Nibley City Recreation offers several affordable options to add fun and excitement to your family party, family reunion, youth group activity, birthday party, or date night.  All of these pieces can be used at our parks or your own back yard and are available for up to 72 hours from the check out time for a very reasonable price.
Cost: $5.00/set (All equipment rents for the same price per set)
Deposit/Payment Process: residents will pay a $20 cash deposit/set upon equipment check out and will receive $15 back/set when the rental equipment is returned in good condition
Availability:all equipment is available on a first come first serve basis. 
Rental Term: 72 hours
Spike Ball
Spike Ball Set
As seen on Shark Tank, this fun new game that is taking over college campuses and is quickly becoming a date night favorite.  This two team 4 person game is a fast moving variation of beach vollyball that is played 360 deg around a round net you bounce the serve off of.  Two player teams set their teamate up for the perfect spike off of the net for their opponent play off of to score a point.   

4 player game

Broken/missing pieces or balls are subject to a $10/piece charge in addition to the rental fee 



Dating back to Viking times this unique game played in the mid-west and Western Europe is perfect for a family party, youth group, or group date.  Players toss a baton to knock down their opponents blocks and win the game by knocking over the king pin in the middle.  The game can be played by multiple generations since size and strength do not give players an advantage.  Warning this game is more fun than you would think and can be very addictive   

2-6 player game

Broken or missing pieces are subject to a $5/piece charge in addition to the rental fee

Corn Hole

Corn Hole
This mid-west classic game is perfect for a date night, family reunion tournament, or relaxing day at the park. Players simply toss a corn filled bag aimed to lland on the inclined board or through the "corn hole" to earn points.  Like KUBB size and strength do not give players an advantage making it another great game for multiple generations.  Warning this game is more fun than you would think and can be very addictive   

2-4 player game

Broken or missing bags are subject to a $5/bag charge, a broken or missing board is are subject to a $80 charge in addition to the rental fee 

Disc Golf Set

Disc Golf Sets
Disc golf discs that can be rented out to Nibley residents at the city office for use at the Sunrise Meadows Disc Golf Course in Nibley City, and or other courses throughout the valley.  Each set has a map of the Nibley course and three discs: a putter, a mid-range, and a driver. 
Set for 1 player
Broken or missing Lost discs/bag are subject to a $20/disc or bag charge in addition to the rental fee.

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With close to 7,000 residents, 44% of whom are under the age of 18, Nibley City is seeking to establish itself as the premier Cache Valley community for youth and adult recreation. Imagine Nibley is a campaign to develop a master plan for parks, recreation, trails, and open space within Nibley City.

Nibley is in need of your help: (Survey open until Dec 15th

  • Go To: www.imaginenibley.com to watch the promotional video and to begin imagining
    • Take a quick survey:  to help us find out what you Imagine Nibley to be- SURVEY LINK
    • Open Format Comment: missed the open house or bus tour, and you have a comment not addressed by they survey? Share your feedback in an open format online comment box: ONLINE COMMENT LINK 

THE PLAN WILL HELP: 1) project future uses for existing park property, 2) develop a network of parks and trails, 3) identify recreation needs and goals, and 4) identify critical habitats and preserve open space.

Survey Info

Take a quick survey:  to help us find out what you Imagine Nibley to be- SURVEY LINK

Survey: everyone in your household is eligible to take this survey it is available online @ www.ImagineNibley.com @ City Hall and @ the Parks and Rec Fair. Individuals living outside of Nibley in surrounding communities may take the survey by simply indicating that they are not a resident.  Non-resident data will be separated out and shared with our neighboring communities.

Kids Survey: designed for elementary school age kids the picture format hardcopy survey is available @ Nibley City Hall and @ the Parks and Rec Fair/Open House.  The primary focus of this survey is to better understand their view of parks, trails and various recreation activities that Nibley youth are interested in and or already involved with.  

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Why Plan

 Why a New Parks, Recreation, and Trail Plan FAQ’s

 Why is Nibley City doing a Parks, Recreation, and Trails Plan?:  In short, the reason is this: if you fail to plan, you plan to fail and failing the hardworking citizens in Nibley is not an option.  Our aim is to account for the current needs and interests of our community, promote healthy lifestyles, support quality of life, and facilitate community connectivity.  Our goal is to be the premier provider of recreation in the valley and to accomplish this goal we need to first fully understand our citizen’s needs and interests, second create a reasonable prioritized plan to accomplish goals, and finally implement the plan created.

How often does the City update plans?  To keep up with a variety of factors including unique time sensitive opportunities, changes in citizen demographics, available funding sources to support projects and programs, and other relevant factors the standard practice is to update municipal plans every 5 years.  The last Parks and Trails plan was completed in April of 2011.  The 2011 plan was focused primarily on Parks and Trails, the new plan will addresses Parks, Recreation, Trails, and Open Space.

Can we just use the 2011 Parks and Trails Plan?To fully address questions of defining and maintaining open space, give direction to our new full time Recreation Director, keep up with interests of our growing active community, and  account for changes in opportunities for improvement, expansion, and connection of parks and trails it is critical that Nibley City update the plan to address more than just parks and trails. That said, the 2011 plan data, goals, and objectives will be reviewed, evaluated and used to support the new plan that is exploring options and opportunities not available in 2011.

What if the current plan does not account for unique opportunities that become available that cost a significant amount of money?The City will make every effort to make sure citizen interest aligns with spending.  For example: In harmony with property acquisition goals from the 2011 parks plan, Nibley City had a unique opportunity to purchase a park property suited to meet the need for growing sports programs.  Before spending hundreds of thousands of dollars, a public survey conducted in February of 2013 confirmed that citizens supported a significant purchase of property to meet goals of acquiring property for sports fields.

When will the new plan be implemented?The process includes data collection and evaluation, creating goals and objectives, setting priorities, and solidifying a plan, which is then evaluated by City Council for approval. Once the plan is approved, Nibley City staff will set in motion plans based on the priority given and the resources available.  The goal of this process is fiscal responsibility designed to account for the common needs and interests of our community. The process is typically measured in months and years, rather than days or weeks.

Where are we at with the 50 acre sports park property?Development priorities and considerations for the 50 acres will continue for this property in the new plan based on continued community interest and support. Prior to this Imagine Nibley campaign, the development of the 50 acres was delayed due to a time sensitive opportunity to acquire a significant piece of land adjacent to Virgil Gibbons Heritage Park.  This piece of property includes a unique resource of bioluminescent insects (fireflies) and wetlands that support a significant number of birds.  Nibley City received a time sensitive grant for approximately 1 million dollars to create a park space at the property adjacent to Heritage Park, which adjusted the priority timeline of park developments, including the proposed 50 acre sports park.  

Fair Food Trucks

Food Truck Round Up @:

Imagine Nibley Parks & Rec Fair
Heritage Elementary School

925 W 3200 S, Nibley, UT 84321

Bring your appetite to the Parks and Rec fair for some amazing food.

  • Aloha Boys Hawaian
  • Oasis Salvadoranian Pupusas 
  • Kettle Korn of Cache Valley
    • FREE Kettle Korn: bring a bag of nonperishable food as a donation to the Cache Fommunity Food Pantry for a FREE bag of delicious Kettle Korn

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  • Fair Info

    Voice your opinion & get involved:

      • Parks & Rec Fair/Openhouse:  Sat Nov 12th from 10am-12pm @ Heritage Elementary
      • Parks Bus Tour: Sat Nov 12th 2pm start @ Nibley City Hall:  you will have the chance to jump on a bus or follow in your own vehicle with City officials to tour Nibley’s parks to share your ideas, concerns,questions, and dreams.

     Imagine Nibley Parks & Rec Fair Heritage Elementary School

    925 W 3200 S, Nibley, UT 84321

    Nov 12, 2016 10:00 AM - Noon

    Give your input on the future of Nibly City's parks, recreation, trails, and open space Master Plan.

    • Nibley City Childrens Theater Mini-Performance @ 10:45
    • Maps of parks, trails, open space, wildlife habitats to explore
    • Recreation providers on hand including: Nibley City Recreation, Sunrise Cyclery,The Trails Cache, Move to it Dance, Ridgeline/Mt Crest Lacrosse, 4H, and more 
    • Play GaGa: fun for kids of ALL ages

     GaGa Pit

    Raffle PRIZES including: Family Pass to Eccles Ice Arena, Bike Swag from Sunrise Cyclery, Disc Golf Discs from Infinite Disc, Top of Utah Marathon and 1/2 Marathon Entries, Nibley Fit Passes, FREE Baseball/Softball Spring Registration, FREE Nibley Super Start Program Registration, FREE Park Pavillion Rental and more.

    Bus Tour

    CVTD Bus

     Imagine Nibley Bus Tour

    Nov 12, 2016
    2:00 PM  Meet @ City Hall 

    Jump on the bus and tour of Nibley City's current trails, parks, potential park sites.  Share your your input and feedback with city staff and officals on your view of how to best utilize, update, and or improve each.




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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.