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Kaysville Parks and Recreation is excited to announce the newest open green space coming to Kaysville City and would like community input to name the park. This space will occupy both the North and South side of 200 North between Wellington Drive and Bonneville Drive and comes with a rich heritage of history. Early history reveals a passage well-traveled by trappers and traders on their way to and from California as well as a Northwest Band of the Shoshone who often camped along Kays Creek in an area known as the “Big Field.” This area was later purchased and farmed by George and Ruth Schick and the road that ran through the middle of the family farm became known as Schick Lane. They raised all kinds of row crops but eventually focused on a successful dairy farm and prized Black Angus breeding stock. The naming contest will run from April 5- April 20. The winning name of the park will be selected by the Kaysville Parks and Recreation Advisory board and the winner will be contacted. The winner of the contest will be awarded a park bench named in their honor.