Nibley City's Planning Department is responsible for short-range planning, long-range planning, code development, code enforcement, building inspections and plan reviews, and assisting Nibley City residents and other organizations with any land use questions or plans.
Mission: Our mission is to make life better for Nibley City residents
Vision: We envision a community where residents, businesses, and government work together to develop the City in harmony with its natural environment, historical surroundings, and in accordance with the General Plan.
Values: We value fiscally sound municipal services and a safe attractive, creative, and viable community.
Planning Commission meetings are normally held the first and third Thursdays of each month at 6:00 p.m. The meeting schedule may be found at the link below. All application must be submitted at least two weeks before a scheduled meeting and must be in compliance with Nibley City Code in order to be placed on the agenda.
Carol Albrecht Serving through 2019
Matt Logan Serving through 2020
Tyler Obray, Vice-Chair Serving through 2021
Garrett Mansell, Chair Serving through 2022
Bret Swenson Serving Through 2023
Nibley City Master Plans
Nibley City has adopted the latest General Plan in 2016 and has adopted several Master Plans. You can find a link to them all here: Nibley City General Plan and Master Plans
Nibley City Code and Standards
Building and Impact Fees
Nibley City building permits and impact fee information can be found here.
What are impact fees?
Impact fees are one-time charges imposed by local governments to mitigate the impact new development has on local infrastructure. Residential and business growth requires the City to expand or enlarge our public facilities to maintain the level and quality of service we provide through our water, sewer, parks and road systems. New growth pays for that expansion and enlargement so that all residents can benefit from our facilities and services.
When does Nibley City charge impact fees?
Nibley City charges impact fees upon issuance of a building permit for new residential, commercial or industrial construction. Impact fees are not charged for remodels, accessory buildings or additions, unless the addition is large enough to necessitate changing the size of the water meter.
Where can I find more information about impact fees?
The Property Rights Ombudsman for the State of Utah is an excellent resource for understanding impact fees. Information can be found at: http://propertyrights.utah.gov/impact-fees/