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The Nibley City Tree Board will post meeting times and schedules as meetings are held.  The public is welcome to attend those meetings.

 

We tend to take trees for granted, but consider just a few of their many benefits to people, wildlife, and the planet:

  • Provide food for people and wildlife
  • Raise property values by thousands of dollars
  • Help remove air pollution
  • Provide shade and cooler temperatures
  • Provide windbreaks and green-screen borders
  • Fallen leaves produce good composting soil
  • Proven to reduce stress levels
  • Will reduce traffic & neighborhood noise levels
  • Take in Carbon Dioxide for growth while producing Oxygen
  • Release anti-bacterial/fungal/viral aerosols

When is the best time to plant trees? 20 years ago! The second best time is today.

 


What trees can I plant in my park strip?

A list of trees that are suitable for Nibley's park strips can be found here.  If, after reviewing the tree list, you still have questions regarding park strip trees, please contact Rod Elwood, Parks Superintendent.

 

Members:

Shaun Dustin

Ron Hellstern

Larry Jacobsen

Bret Swenson

Steve Stowers

Becky Yeager

Rod Elwood (non-voting member)

Shari Phippen (non-voting member)

 

 

Contact - Ron Hellstern

Tree Board

435-245-9186 (Home)

redrockron@gmail.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.