The Cache Valley Wildlife Association (CVWA) will be hosting a free plant/seed/bulb exchange in conjunction with the Cache Valley Master Gardeners on Saturday, October 10, at the Nibley City Office (455 West, 3200 South, Nibley) from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Dig up your extra perennials and bulbs and gather dried annual seeds to exchange with your neighbor or just come by and pick up something to plant in your own yard.
The CVWA will have information available to help you optimize your yard for birds, bees, butterflies, etc. Everything is free and you do not need to bring something to take something home.
What a great way to share our resources! Questions? Contact Becky Yeager at email@example.com.
Because of a printing error, the bills mailed to you this past week were for August instead of September. We have contacted our printer and reissued the new bills. You should receive your corrected bill in the mail next week. The bills online and sent via email are correct, so please feel free to check your balance online at: https://www.xpressbillpay.com/.
If you have any questions, please call the Utility Manager, Stephen Nelson, at 435-752-0431 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We apologize for the inconvenience.
The restrooms at Nibley Park (3200 South Park) are closing early this year in order to conduct some repairs and maintenance. Because of the early closer, we will no longer be reserving Nibley Park’s pavilion. The park is still open and the pavilion can still be used on a first come basis, but the restrooms will not be available the rest of the year. Please click on the link below to find more information about other facilities that are available for reservation. Thank you for your patience as we work to improve and maintain our wonderful parks.
The City Council Meeting normally scheduled for Thursday, October 1, 2015 has been cancelled. The next regular meeting will be held on October 15.
Nibley City is seeking proposals from qualified consultants for the 2015 Parks, Trails & Recreation Master Plan. The deadline for submitting proposals is Friday, October 2, 2015 at 12:00 p.m. MST. A copy of the full RFP may be found here.
The following questions have been submitted to Nibley City regarding the above RFP. The responses are listed below each question:
Q: On page 4 of the RFP you specify that the City has a $25,000 budget for the completion of both tasks. Can you clarify what specifically these two tasks are? There are many tasks alluded to in the “goals” section of the RFP. Also, under the next heading on page 4 (Proposal Review/Selection) you specify that a single consultant will be selected to perform both projects. Is this speaking to the two same tasks?
A: There is only one task/project for this RFP, that is, the preparation of a Master Plan which covers the information outlined in the goals section. The City recently went through another RFP process which involved two projects, and the information was copied/pasted from that RFP without correcting that there is only one project on this RFP. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused.
Q: Will this master planning process entail establishing/verifying your current and desired system-wide Level of Service? In acres per 1,000 population or dollars per 1,000 population?
A: Yes. And we anticipate that being in acres/1,000 population.
Q: Will there be a park impact fee analysis completed in conjunction with this master planning process? That’s not anticipated to be part of this scope, is it?
A: There will not be a park impact fee analysis done. The City updated its park impact fee on February 7, 2013 and does not expect to revisit that fee for some time.
Q: The RFP references Attachments 1 and 2, but these were not included in the document downloaded from your website. Can you please provide?
A: I apologize for that mistake. The attachments are contract documents and can be found here.
Congratulations to Nibley resident and Planning Commissioner Thomas Bernhardt who was appointed by the City Council on July 9 to fill the City Council position previously held by Amber Whittaker.
Summer is here and has brought hot weather with it. Nibley City would encourage all residents to use their water responsibly. Since the City spring was taken out of service by the recent diesel contamination, Nibley has been limited to only using two of its three water sources. Nibley is currently able to keep up with daily demand, but has a much smaller surplus of water available now.
By using your water more efficiently, you will be helping our community and you’ll save money on your monthly water bill. Please click on the following links for tips and ideas on how to make your water use more efficient. Of course, the most impactful thing you can do is to limit outdoor watering, which is by far the largest source of water consumption.
Please contact Nibley City if you have any questions.
Thank you for your support.
Nibley City will hold its municipal election this fall to elect three council members. Click here for information about election dates. Because seven candidates have filed, a primary election will be held. Carol Albrecht has withdrawn from the race, so a Primary Election is no longer necessary. If you are an absentee voter who already received your ballot, you may discard your ballot but please return your absentee voter confirmation form. You may use the ballot return envelope for this purpose.
The following candidates have filed to run for the three open seats:
Carol Albrecht - Withdrawn