24 Jul 2019
22nd Annual Taste of the Town Layton Commons Park Tuesday, July 24, 2019 4:00pm - 7:00pm The Davis Chamber of Commerce invites you to sample some of Davis County's fabulous fare! This is a family friendly and affordable ...
24 Jul 2019
Layton City presents the annual 'Riders in the Sky' Pioneer Day Concert at the Ed Kenley Amphitheater. This is the Grammy award winning band that brings us the Cowboy Way, Woody's Roundup, and Monsters ...
24 Jul 2019
Come join in the fun and decorate yourself, bike, scooter, stroller, etc. for the 4th annual Electric Light Parade. The Party Zone will return again this year along with food trucks and music, so be ...
26 Jul 2019
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 ...
31 Jul 2019
The City will be providing opportunities for you to receive additional information, ask questions, and give input. There will be an Open House on July 31 from 6 to 8 p.m. This will be held ...
01 Aug 2019
City Council Work Meeting, 437 N Wasatch Drive, Council Conference Room
01 Aug 2019
City Council Meeting, 437 N Wasatch Drive, Council Chambers


The Church Street bridge over I-15 is now closed for up to 10 months as crews relocate utilities, demolish the existing bridge and construct a new one in its location. Drivers should follow detour signs to Fort Lane and Gentile Street. All UDOT work in the Layton area will pause ... more
Article Published 07/22/2019 12:32 PM
Layton City Enacts Partial Ban on Aerial Fireworks June 21, 2019 LAYTON - In a pro-active approach to preventing wildfires during these extreme fire conditions, the Layton City Fire Department is enacting a restriction on the use of approved aerial fireworks in portions of Layton ... more
Article Published 06/17/2019 12:00 AM
Rapid growth of brush and grass in the spring creates a fire hazard in the summer as the sun dries the new growth. Grass fires are especially dangerous for those who live in brushy or wooded areas. Residents need to plan and prepare now to avoid loss of life or ... more
Article Published 05/13/2019 02:34 PM
Wasatch Integrated Waste Management District has announced plans to construct the new Davis Materials Recovery Facility and Transfer Station at the site of the former Davis Energy Recovery Facility (burn plant) which closed in May 2017. The site is located just east of Hill Air Force Base, at 650 East ... more
Article Published 05/08/2019 12:28 PM
The public is reminded not to put any signs, posters or notices on any street poles within Layton City. That would include missing pet signs and notices about yard sales. According to Layton City's Municipal Code: "No sign, handbill or poster, advertisement, or notice of any kind or sort, whether ... more
Article Published 05/07/2019 05:31 PM