Curbside Recycling is done in a blue can. This is picked up by-weekly on your regular garbage day. Each can costs $4.90 per month. Additional cans must be kept for 6 months. If you would like an additional can please call 801-546-1235.
If you move, please leave all garbage cans at the property. Please place cans a curbside by 6 a.m. on your collection day. All refuse must be placed inside the can. Learn more about garbage and recycling in Kaysville.
This service is picked up weekly. Regular garbage cans are $13.75 for the first can and $10.25 for each additional cans. Additional cans must be kept for 6 months. If you would like an additional can please call 801-546-1235. If you move, please leave all garbage cans at the property. Please place cans a curbside by 6 a.m. on your collection day. All refuse must be placed inside the can.
- New Years Day
- Memorial Day
- July 4
- Labor Day
Garbage collection will be delayed one day following a holiday.
- Cardboard boxes
- Normal Household refuse
- Shrub trimmings
- Tree limbs
- Yard trimmings
Not Acceptable Items
- Demolition debris
- Flammable materials (oil, gas or paint)
- Hot ashes or coals
- Large bulky items
Learn more about garbage services in Kaysville.
Green Waste Recycling
Green Waste Recycling is done in a green can. This is picked up weekly on your regular garbage day. From April 1 to November 30 this can should only be used for acceptable green recyclable items. During the other months it can be used as a regular garbage can.
Each can costs $6.90 per month. Additional cans must be kept for 6 months. If you would like an additional can please call 801-546-1235. If you move, please leave all garbage cans at the property. Please place cans a curbside by 6 a.m. on your collection day. All refuse must be placed inside the can.
Kaysville City owns it's own Power Company. Electric meters are read monthly.
The residential charge for electricity during the summer months (July-September) is $0.08613 for the first 1,000 kilowatt hour (kwh) and $0.11717 for all additional kwh. The winter rates are $0.08613 for the first 1,000 kilowatt hour (kwh) and $0.09717 for all additional kwh.
The commercial charge for electricity is $0.08084 for the first 1,000 kwh, $0.07838 for the next 9,000 kwh, and $0.06426 for any additional kwh; demand charges (each kw over 9kw) varies depending on the size of commercial use. Commercial summer rates increase by $0.02 for all kwh over 1,000 kwh per month. Summer months are defined as July through September. More detailed fee information can be found by viewing the city's Consolidated Fee Schedule.
View the Power Department page for more questions. The Power Department's after hour emergency number is 801-299-7735.
Pressure irrigation services are usually turned on around April 15 and turned off around October 15. This rate is set by your provider. Davis and Weber Rates are based on lot size, the annual rates are divided into 12 monthly payments.
- Lot size 0.33 or less is $264 per year or $22 per month
- Lot size 0.34 to 0.50 is $313 per year or $26.08 per month
- Lot size 0.51 to 0.75 is $386 per year or $32.16 per month
- Lot size 0.76 to 1 is $459 per year or $38.25 per month
- Benchland Phone: 801-451-2105
- Heights Creek Phone: 801-546-4242
- Davis and Weber Phone: 801-774-6373
The service fee for residential properties is $8 per month. The Storm Water Department's after hour emergency phone number is 801-299-7733.
About Storm Water
Storm water is most commonly the run-off from rain and snow melting. Clean wetlands and healthy streams are important to Kaysville City. The storm water from parking lots, driveways, and streets flow into storm drains which goes untreated into the streams, wetlands and eventually enters the Great Salt Lake. Pollution entering the storm drains make the waterway unsafe for people and wildlife. Think before you dump anything on the ground or in the gutter. Know where storm drains on or near your property are located. Do not allow materials to flow into the storm drain. Clean up spills immediately. Do not wash any spill into the gutter or storm drain.
Water meters are read bimonthly between March and October. The charge for culinary (drinking) water includes a monthly connection fee (based on size of connection) and a use fee.
|Usage/ Gallons||Rate/ per thousand Gallons|
|0 to 3,000||$0.50|
|3,001 to 6,000||$0.74|
|6,001 to 9,000||$1.10|
|9,001 to 12,000||$2.53|
|12,001 to 15,000||$3.16|
|15,001 to 18,000||$3.82|
|18,001 and up||$4.80|
To save money on your culinary charges, do not use culinary water outside. The Water Department's after hour emergency number is 801-299-7733.