Planning and Zoning Commission meetings are held the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 5:30 p.m. Applications are due two weeks prior to the meeting date at which you wish the application to be considered. A 2016 meeting schedule may be found here.
Bill Green Serving through 2017
Bret Swenson, Chairman Serving through 2018
Carol Albrecht Serving through 2019
Jim Johnson Serving through 2020
Aaron Bliesner, Vice Chair Serving through 2021
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.
What impact fees does Nibley City charge?
Nibley City's impact fees can be found here.
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/
What are the other fees on my building permit?
In addition to impact fees, building permits will have the following fees:
-Deposit: $1,000 (refundable upon completion of construction, minus any fees for building infractions)
-Water Meter: $700
-Permit/Plan Check Fee: Varies (approximately $1/square foot of the main level, not including the garage)
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.