Kaysville City Hall is located at 23 East Center Street, Kaysville, UT 84037
Photo: Henry H. Blood House, circa 1896, 95 South, 300 West, Kaysville, UT. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. Photographed by Wikipedia Username:Tricia Simpson (own work), 2009, [cc-by-3.0 (creative commons), accessed September, 2020.
Kaysville [†] is located approximately 20 miles north of Salt Lake City between the Wasatch Mountain Range and the Great Salt Lake. Stream channels with dense vegetation run through the City from the mountains to the lake. The community enjoys panoramic views and the appropriate use of these many features.
Kaysville was settled in 1850 as a farming community and began to grow as a place of residence between the employment centers of Salt Lake City and Ogden. Steady growth continues today making Kaysville a destination of choice for safe residential community with supporting businesses and public facilities.
In keeping with the City theme, "Utah's Hometown in the middle of everything," community leaders continue to provide appropriate services to maintain the distinct character of the City.
The residents are family-oriented, have a strong commitment to quality education, and enjoy a peaceful lifestyle with a sense of community that makes it an attractive place to live, work, shop and play.
The community enjoys recreation programs and parks located throughout the City. Residents and community leaders work closely to create and maintain an atmosphere of cooperation and civic pride.
† Kaysville City General Plan, 2019, www.kaysvillecity.com, accessed September, 2020
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