The events will go in this order starting @ 8:30 am SHARP
10K Affordable Main Event: (@ approx 8:45 am)
The 10K Main Event is an experience like no other where at a point or two along the route you will run through scarecrows that may jump out and chase you. This will improve your finish time of course with a boost of adrenaline don't worry they are just there to startle you a bit. In it for the fun of it and want to earn a fabulous prize? Feel free to dress the part see the Creative Categories tab for details. More of a serious runner, this is your race: a well marked fast and flat course with professional timing, a Tech T-shirt, runner cards signature finish line results, and fabulous prizes for top finishers of each division.
10K Creative Categories
Exclusive 10K Creative Categories: Not sure you can win your age bracket? NOW is your chance to earn a prize and well deserved recognition.
Funnest Pair: cross the finish line hand in hand with someone else for your chance to win a special prize for this division. Consider your finishline approach does it include waltzing, skipping, leaping, pirouettes, a disco move, or a moon walk? Are you both wearing a smile, matching outfits, or a costume? Anonomous judges will evaluate both style & form.
Stroller Racer: So you have a little one that has changed your life, but you still want to stay fit and enjoy some quality time with them. Well the pioneers went over 1,000 miles pushing and pulling creaky wood hand carts. You can cover a few miles in that slick jogging stroller. Most of the course is on a hard surface with a few patches of grass to negotiate, no icy river crossings, sand traps, or rocky ridges. Our course is smooth and relatively flat.
**NOT a DOG Race: you know we love dogs and include them in our Egg Run and Heritage Days 5K. However due to the exciting nature of the Scarecrow startle experience dogs will NOT be allowed in these runs.
The Nibley City Planning Commission will hold a public hearing to consider a proposed subdivision application, Meadow Creek Subdivision, located at approximately 3850 S and 100 E. This hearing will be held on September 27, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter as can be heard and will be held at Nibley City Hall, 455 W 3200 S Nibley, UT.
NIBLEY CITY POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: SUBSTITUTE CROSSING GUARD
Nibley City currently has two openings for Substitute Crossing Guards. Currently there are seven crossing guards in Nibley City that assist children to, and from three different elementary schools in Nibley. Occasionally they have issue’s with their schedules, and are in need of a substitute. When that occurs, the Crossing Guards will contact the Substitute Crossing Guard, and if available, the Substitute will replace the Crossing Guard at the necessary location and time.
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The following are the preliminary election results for the Nibley City Primary Election held on August 15, 2017. Final election results will be certified by the City Council on August 24th after absentee ballot processing is complete. Absentee ballots may still be counted if postmarked by August 14 and received by noon on August 24.
254 of 2,847 registered voters cast their ballots in the primary election (including 22 absentee ballots) for a total voter turnout of 9%. There were five provisional ballots, three of which have now been counted. Two provisional ballots were not counted due to being rejected by the Cache County Clerk because those two voters were not registered to vote.
Five candidates were running for two City Council seats. A primary election was held to narrow the field of candidates from five to four candidates prior to the November 7 General Election.
There are only two candidates running for mayor, therefore a primary election was not held for the mayoral race.
|City Council Race||Votes||Percentage|
|Kathryn A. Beus||139||
|Allen V. Cook||56||
|Norman L. Larsen||111||
Nibley City will hold an election to elect a Mayor and two council members. Nibley elections are non-partisan.
The Following Candidates have filed:
For the Office of Mayor:
- Shaun Dustin - (435) 770-0147
- Trudy E. Knight- (435) 232-6120
For the Office of City Council:
- Kathryn A. Beus - (435) 512-5680
- Ryan Olsen - (435) 535-3453
- Allen V. Cook - (435) 512-9677
- Garrett Mansell - (435) 213-5654
- Norman L. Larsen - (435) 512-1333
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Nibley City Code requires that candidates for office file campaign finance disclosure forms with the City prior to the primary and general elections. The following forms have been filed in relation to the City Council Primary Election and the General Election:
Primary Election Disclosure Forms
General Election Disclosure Forms
Final Election Disclosure Forms