Author Archives: Kayscreek Irrigation

Kays Creek Board of Directors Meeting 3/4/20 4:15pm   Present: Scott Green, Joe Love, Jon Green Clark Hirschi, Stephen Jackson   Pressurize Love property on Fort Lane and Antelope. Love’s would like to take 33-acre feet from the creek and and divert it from its destination of Hobbs Reservoir to Weber Basin’s holding pond and […]

Kays Creek Irrigation Informational Meeting         12/18/19 Welcome: Scott Green Opening Remarks: David Wright: First thing: no reason to be overly concerned, afraid, or panicked.  Water service will continue as it always has, through the same pipes (replaced over time of course), and from the same system.  This is not the first time or last […]

Kays Creek Irrigation Company Informational Shareholder Meeting December 18, 2019 Partnership Goal Maintain water supply into the future to agricultural and pressurized users. Kays Creek – own, operate, and maintain reservoirs and non-pressurized system. Layton City – own, operate, and maintain pressurized system.    Challenges State Regulations Metering Required on all new connections after April […]

Kays Creek Irrigation Company Board Meeting Layton City Engineering Offices 11/6/19 Start Time: 4:00pm Present: Scott Green, Joe Love, Jon Green, Clark Hirschi, Steve Jackson, Gary Crane Motion by Joe Love: Joanna Stowell is made executive director over the Quickbooks Account for Kays Creek Irrigation. Seconded: Jon Green Discussion of the Layton City/Kays Creek Irrigation […]

Kays Creek Irrigation Board Meeting 2/18/19 Layton City Engineering Offices Present: Stephen Jackson, Jon Green, Clark Hirschi, Joe Love, Scott Green (by Face Time) Meeting Start: 4pm Shareholder’s Meeting Date: April 10, 2019, 6 to 7pm. Conduct at board meeting: 1. Questions to be submitted 10 days beforehand. The board reserves the right to table […]

Kays Creek Irrigation Board Meeting 10/3/18 Layton City Building (Engineering Board Room) 4pm Agenda Items: Bart Hyde is now on Davis-Weber Water, which is more expensive than Kays Creek. Kays Creek has agreed to pay the difference between his one share and cost of Davis and Weber water. We will bill him $35 which will […]

Kays Creek Irrigation Board Meeting Layton City Engineering Conference Room 8/6/18 4pm Weber Basin’s Report – compare 2017 to 2018. So far we have used 614 acre feet. That leaves us with 1386 acre feet for the remainder of the year. Every year we build up a reserve from South Fork and Middle Fork. In […]

Kays Creek Irrigation Company Board Meeting 6/8/18 4pm Layton City Conference Room Review of Kays Creek Irrigation Shareholders Meeting: Clarification: With regards to the customers out west, Layton City holds the shares of water. The city has a water exaction program. The developer buys water to satisfy the water exaction program and then surrenders that […]