Cache County is seeking a person who wishes to be considered for appointment to the Millville/Nibley Cemetery District's Boards of Trustees. Board members must live and own property within the boundaries of the district and be a registered voter. Persons who wish to be considered for appointment should contact Lynn Lemon at (435) 755-1850 on or before April 14, 2014.
Attention amateur photographers: start clicking your shutters! The Blacksmith Fork Wildlife Association is sponsoring a photo contest to promote wildlife awareness in Cache Valley. Entries are due at the Nibley City Office by May 9, 2014. The contest is open to all levels of expertise and includes categories for young photographers. Entries must record wildlife within Cache Valley. Think beyond the usual subjects, as wildlife includes birds, bugs, and frogs. Your own backyard might be the place to take that unique photo. Click here for an entry form with all of the details.
Nibley City is a Community Covenant city and, as such, has made a committment to support Nibley residents who serve or have served in the armed forces - and to also support the families of those who serve. Nibley City Councilwoman and veteran Amber Whittaker has been appointed as the council's liaison to serve and support Nibley residents who are current or former members of the armed services. Click here for information about resources that may be available to you and your family.
Nibley City is now accepting applications to fill a vacancy on the Cache Valley Transit District Board of Directors. The appointment will be made by Mayor Shaun Dustin, with the advice and consent of the City Council.
Interested parties should fill out an application and submit it via email to Mayor Dustin at: email@example.com or may fill out an application in person at the Nibley City Office, 455 West 3200 South. The application period may be closed at any time, so interested parties should sumbit an application as soon as possible. Click here for the application.
Nibley City would like to encourage all of our citizens to experience our city's trails and routes system. Using these facilities can be a fun and healthy way to get around town and to exercise. We also urge our citizens to be safe while using our trails and routes. The following tips are some safety guidelines while using these facilities.