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Not at the present time. However, there is land available for interested parties to build a private hangar.
Business licenses need to be renewed each year. Once you obtain an initial business license, you will be mailed a renewal form at the end February and which needs to be returned by March 31st of each year.
Please notify the city of the changes so that your business license will reflect the correct information.
Please notify the city, in writing that your business has closed.
A new business not previously licensed will need to complete and pass any necessary inspections prior to the issuance of a license by the appropriate department of the city or other governmental agency to ensure compliance with applicable building, fire and health and safety codes. - Existing places of business licensed within the city shall be inspected periodically by departments of the city for compliance with building, fire, health and safety codes. ** For complete information regarding business license compliance, rules and regulations please refer to the Nephi City code.
Contact Blue Stakes of Utah by dialing 811.
Contact Lisa E. Brough, City Recorder at (435) 623-0822.
Please see the Cemeteries Policies & Procedures.
Virtually everyone in Utah lives or works near a pipeline. Underground pipelines crisscross our neighborhoods, community and state safely transporting energy products to our homes and businesses every day. Read more about how to find pipelines near your home or in your community using permanent signs, temporary markings and pipeline maps.
Pipelines are the safest way to transport energy products and serious problems are rare. However, if you live near a pipeline or have pipelines connected to gas appliances in your home, it is important that you are ready to quickly respond if there is a pipeline leak or rupture. Be proactive and know where pipelines are located in relation to your home and how to recognize a pipeline a leak and appropriately respond. Click here to learn how to find pipelines near your home and how to recognize and respond to a pipeline leak.
Residents and businesses located near pipelines should contact the pipeline operator any time they have questions or concerns. If you suspect a problem with the pipeline, leave the area and call 911 and the pipeline company only when you are a safe distance away. If you notice someone digging near a pipeline and the pipeline’s location isn’t clearly marked with temporary markings, such as yellow flags or paint, call the pipeline operator or 911.
Farmers and ranchers must contact 811 and, in some cases, the pipeline operator before starting any deep excavation activity or installing or replacing fencing or drain tiles on your property. Refer to UPA’s member directory for a list of members in your county and their emergency contact numbers. Emergency contact numbers are also listed on pipeline markers.
Yes, pipelines are the safest way to transport energy products. The US Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) and the Utah Public Service Commission’s Office of Public Utilities regulate pipelines in Utah. According to government and industry statistics, improper or unauthorized digging near a pipeline is a serious problem. Calling 811 before digging on your property or near a pipeline right-of-way is required by law and protects pipelines and the safety of others.
Read more about pipeline safety statistics in Utah, what operators do to keep pipelines safe and what you can do to help protect pipelines in your community.
Utah law requires homeowners, ranchers, farmers and professional excavators to call 811 or their local One-Call center at least two working days prior to digging, except when gardening and tilling on private land. When you dial 811, a local One-Call center representative will notify pipeline operators regarding your excavation project. Operators will come out to locate and mark the location of their lines. Depending on the specifics of your project, the pipeline operator may elect to be on-site while you are digging.
Once lines are located, respect the marks, and dig with care. Don’t forget to call a local professional to locate any customer-owned lines that are excluded from the One-Call process. For more information regarding the One-Call process, temporary markings and customer-owned lines, refer to “Find Pipelines Near You.” Read the details of Utah’s damage prevention law.
Operators of gathering pipelines and natural gas transmission and hazardous liquid lines place permanent signs, called pipeline markers, along their pipeline routes at roadways and railway crossings and at aboveground facilities to identify the general location of pipelines. Pipelines maintained by your local gas company typically do not have permanent pipeline markers.
Markers can vary in size, shape and color, but all markers include important information about the pipeline, including the product transported, the pipeline operator’s name and the operator’s emergency contact number, to report pipeline problems. Line markers do not indicate the depth of the line, the number of lines in the area or the exact location of a pipeline.
Pipeline markers are important safety signs. It is a federal crime to willfully deface, damage, remove or destroy a pipeline marker. If you notice a damaged marker, or accidentally damage a marker, please contact the pipeline operator. See examples of different marker shapes.
The US Department of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) and the Utah Public Service Commission’s Office of Public Utilities regulate pipelines in Utah.
A pipeline right-of-way usually includes the land above the pipeline and approximately 25 feet on each side. Rights-of-way are typically cleared of trees, shrubs and structures to protect the pipeline and provide access for operators to conduct inspections and maintenance procedures.
If you have a pipeline easement on your property, review the details of your agreement and talk with the pipeline operator before planting, digging or building near the right-of-way. Typically, your local county courthouse can provide a copy of your easement agreement.
Utah law requires that you call 811 or your local One-Call center at least two business days before excavating. If you call One-Call over the weekend, you may or may not be able to submit your request depending on the individual center. Professional excavators can also submit requests online or by fax. Contact your local One-Call center for more details.
Contact the pipeline operator immediately if you hit, dent, scrape or damage a pipeline. Even small scrapes, dents or nicks in the protective coating need to be assessed to prevent future problems. If the pipeline is leaking, leave the area immediately in an upwind direction, warn others to stay away and avoid using any electrical equipment or electronic devices near the leak. Call 911 and the pipeline operator from a safe location.
You can prepare for a pipeline emergency by knowing where the pipelines are located near your home or business. Review the signs of a pipeline leak and the appropriate response actions, including the pipeline operator’s emergency contact number. Keep the phone number in an accessible place with other important phone numbers. Click here to learn how to find pipelines near your home and how to recognize and respond to a pipeline leak. Explore Ready.gov to download a sample family safety plan.
Please call Valley Dispatch at 801-794-3970.
The Nephi Public Library gladly accepts book and media donations. Drop off your donations at the front desk during open hours. Books should be in acceptable physical condition.
We will not accept:
Items not added to the Library collection will be offered for sale and will fund library projects.
Material you want out? We want to introduce you to LIBRARY HOLDS. Our card catalog can help you navigate the system and place the material that is out right from the comfort of your home! Go to our card catalog, log in, and find the material you want and click HOLD. It is that easy!
Need more help? You can come into the library and ask us, or call us by phone at 435-623-1312. When the material becomes available, we will call you and you have three (3) business days to pick-up the material.
We are currently seeking members for the Friends of the Library. This service is one of great importance to us, it serves as a volunteer board for Summer Reading Programs and for special Storytime programs throughout the year. We consider this a top priority as we move forward with new changes in our library. If you are interested please contact our library at (435)623-1312.
Fines and fees may be paid at the Circulation Desk by cash, check, debit or credit cards. We do not accept AMEX at this time.
The library encourages children and parents to recommend books that should be considered for purchase! Please contact a librarian by coming into the library, calling 435-623-1312, or Email the Public Library.
Patrons can request materials that are not available in our library, by coming into the library, calling by phone at 435-623-1312, or Email the Public Library. You must have the author and title information to request a book, it takes 3 to 6 weeks for materials to be obtained; and we ask that Patrons pay the return postage for the item.
We have a wonderful resource through the Utah State Library called Book Buzz. Book Buzz features books from just about any genre or theme you can think of, they continually update and add new books periodically through the year. By using book buzz we can facilitate and make available large groups of books available for your book club.
Please visit the Utah State Library Book Buzz website. They have a selection of books that are available; you can scroll through and find an author, title, and availability. We suggest you look at the availability before selecting a book! If you need help we will always help you.
Please call us at 435-623-1312. Providing that the book is available, we can order the book through the Utah State Library faster than you can request the book. We usually have the books shipped to us within 10 days and have them ready for you to check-out at the library.
It really depends on the book. We can ask for the book ahead of time, and tell them how long you will need for your book club. As long as no one is waiting for the book they can give us the time that you will need.
Like all good things it takes time. Shipping to us is usually 10 days, sometimes less. If there is a specific book that you will need or want to read, please request as soon as possible. Book Buzz allows us to schedule a book a year or more in advance. So planning ahead makes it lightning fast!
If the book that you really want to read is not on Book Buzz then each individual in your group will need to come in and request it from our library. We will use interlibrary loan to obtain the book for you. This is not always the fastest route, but it is effective. With interlibrary loan the book can be shipped from anywhere in the United States, shipping them to our library takes a little bit of time. Each individual will then have to pay cost of shipping the item one way at the time of pick-up.
We cannot at this point check out books to non-patrons. However, we will try to help you as best as we can. Our goal is to help you and do as much as we can to have your book club experience be a good one.
We accept all paper, plastic, cardboard, and metal, except the following:
Please make sure all containers are empty before recycling.
Cardboard boxes should be broken down flat and put on curb underneath recycling bags.
Place your recycling in a plastic bag on your curb by 7 am.
You will put your recycling in the 13 gallon plastic trash bags issued by Recyclops. If you have any large cardboard boxes, just flatten and place them under your bags.
Feel free to place as many plastic bags on the curb as you need.
Please have your recycling on your curb by 7 am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month.
$10.00 per month will be added to your Nephi City Utility Bill if you choose to sign up.
First off, how embarrassing. We’re so sorry!
Please call or text 801.709.1509 and we’ll come by!
Please see the garbage collection map.
Contact Nephi City @ 435-623-0822.
Yes, a 48 hour notice will be placed on the customer's front door. We will proceed with the work if we have not heard from the customer after the 48 hour period.
Nephi City tree trimming work will normally be from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday - Friday excluding Holidays and emergencies. During emergency situations involving safety and/or power outages it may not be possible to notify the customer prior to trimming trees and vegetation. Tree limbs and debris from storm activity will be left on site and will be the customer's responsibility to clean up and dispose of.
Nephi City Power has the right to trim trees that are encroaching into the 10 foot clearance safety zone.
No, Nephi City Power incurs the costs for the tree trimming crews that are hired by Nephi City. However, a customer may choose to hire their own certified professional tree trimming crew at their own expense.
Yes, all Nephi City Power crews have at least one certified arborist.
Directional pruning concentrates on removing limbs back to a lateral branch. This type of pruning reduces how fast the tree grows back and directs most growth away from the power lines. Nephi City Power realizes that the appearance of the tree may suffer, however this type of trimming is healthier than older techniques such as "Topping" or "Shading" methods.
If the tree is deemed to be an ongoing problem, our crews may remove the tree completely with the customer's permission.
Yes, at the customer's request our crews will leave the wood from the trimmed tree(s).
There are many websites on the internet that deal solely with trees, their growth patterns and proper trimming techniques.
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It can change, but the highest it goes is 445 when running well water.
Yes. No watering from 10am-6pm (City Code 8-1A-2).