Calendar

28 Jul 2017
Layton F.E.S.T.: Farmers - Locally grown fruits and vegetables. Entertainment - Local musicians, bands, and performers will be there entertaining attendees. Shopping - Local artwork, hand crafted items, apparel, and jewelry are just a few ...
01 Aug 2017
Layton City Parks and Recreation Department will be accepting the following adult fall sports registrations August 1 – 31: Adult Fall Volleyball Adult Men’s 6ft & Under Basketball For more information on these activities visit the adult sports ...
01 Aug 2017
Layton City Parks and Recreation Department will accept the following youth sports registrations beginning August 1, 2017 - September 11, 2017. Itty Bitty Jr Jazz Basketball (K - 3rd Grade boys and girls) Girls Jr ...
03 Aug 2017
Tour of Utah – Stage 5, Race Start Pre-Event Party Featuring Beatles Tribute Band Imagine: Thursday, August 3, 5:30pm-9:30pm Race Start and Spectator Party: Friday, August 4, 8:00am-11:30am Layton City is proud to host the Stage 5 Race ...
03 Aug 2017
City Council Meeting, 437 N Wasatch Drive, Council Chambers
04 Aug 2017
Tour of Utah – Stage 5, Race Start Pre-Event Party Featuring Beatles Tribute Band Imagine: Thursday, August 3, 5:30pm-9:30pm Race Start and Spectator Party: Friday, August 4, 8:00am-11:30am Layton City is proud to host the Stage 5 Race ...

News

-Construction has started on a new east-west connection across I-15 known as Midtown Crossing, between SR-126 (Main Street) and Hill Field Road on 1425 North. Construction is continuing off I-15 for a few weeks, with asphalt demolition and concrete work in the Kohl's parking lot. There will be no lane ... more
Article Published 07/25/2017 10:07 AM
One of the food products most valued by our pioneer forefathers was sugar.  However, importing sugar to Utah Territory in the early years of settlement was extremely expensive and often in very short supply. In response to this shortage, several enterprising early settlers turned their ... more
Article Published 07/13/2017 03:57 PM
The early settlers of Layton who built cabins and homes along the banks of the North Fork of Holmes Creek turned out to be much sought after entertainers as well as prominent farmers.  Little did the pioneers realize when they selected homes sites that their neighborhood would become ... more
Article Published 07/13/2017 03:12 PM
In 1852, Elias Adams, an early Layton pioneer, built a dam on a stream that was fed by some springs on his farm property.  This dam and the reservoir that it created may well be the first water storage reservoir in the country used exclusively for irrigation purposes. ... more
Article Published 07/13/2017 03:10 PM
One desire nearly all people share is the desire to be first in something.  We honor those who receive first place in athletic competition, scholastic achievements and beauty contests. However, in 1917, being first was not all that desirable if the "first" was your draft ... more
Article Published 07/13/2017 02:26 PM