Sunday, July 4, 2010Monday, July 5, 2010
"Voices of Liberty" Patriotic Concert 7:00 pm at the Ed Kenley Amphitheater.
|6:30 am - 10:30 am||Breakfast at Layton Commons Park (North Bowery).|
$22.00 per family (up to five members)
$5.50 for 12 years and up
$3.50 for under 12 years of age
Free for all under 3 years of age
|6:30 am||Registration for the Fun Run/Walk (Layton Commons Park). Pre-registration is $15.00, up to June 21st, $25.00 thereafter.|
|7:15 am||WALK BEGINS!|
|7:30 am||RUN BEGINS!|
|8:30 am||Flag Raising Ceremony (at Ed Kenley Amphitheather)|
|9:00 am||First all-star ball games (Wendell & Starkey Ball Fields)|
|9:00 am||Dutch Oven Cook-off!!! Judging at 2:00 PM|
|10:30 am||PARADE BEGINS!!!! (same route as last year)|
|12:00 Noon||Surf 'n Swim Opens!|
|12:30 pm||Children's Carnival, Concessions and Entertainment at Layton Commons Park!|
|8:00 pm||New American Philharmonic with Cannoneers at the Ed Kenley Amphitheater. Stay and watch the fireworks! Best seats in Layton!|
|10:00 pm||FIREWORKS DISPLAY!|
Layton - August 8, 2011
Layton City is upgrading the sewer line and water line on Fort Lane & Gentile St. The old 6.0 inch clay sewer pipe is deteriorating and will be replaced with new 8.0 inch PVC sewer pipe which will help to prevent future problems within this area. The water line and valves will be replaced on Gentile St. and approximately 200 ft. to the south on Fort Lane. New connections to homes & businesses within this project area will need to be made. Efforts are being made to reduce the down time to water and sewer services this may cause to the residents along Fort Lane, however, there may be times that services will be temporarily halted in order to complete the necessary connections. A 24 hour advance notice will be given to residents that are affected by any temporary loss to services. This work will begin on Monday, August 8, 2011 and will last for approximately 5 to 6 weeks, following this time period the roadway on Fort Lane will be resurfaced.
A storm drain system will also be added on Elm Street from the east side of 490 E. St. and connect to the existing storm drain on Fort Lane. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have on the residents in this area. If you have any questions or concerns please contact: Alan Moss, 801-336-3704.
Layton City Surf 'n Swim Presents ...
~ Surf 'n Swim's 25 Year Anniversary ~
Date: Feb 6th through Feb 11th, 2012
Time: Various, see below
Location: Layton City Surf 'n Swim
Monday Feb 6th - 6:00 PM - 8:45 PM - Come swim with music and free tube rental.
Tuesday Feb 7th - 6:00 PM - 8:45 PM - Free ice cream sandwiches during open wave.
Wednesday Feb 8th - 6:00 PM - 8:45 PM - An obstacle course sill be set up in the pool. Come see if you can set a best time.
Thursday & Friday Feb 9th & 10th - 6:00 PM - 8:45 PM - Throwback Night, admission prices go back to the day we opened. Admission cost $2.00.
Saturday Feb 11th - 12:00 PM - 6:45 PM - Birthday cookies will be given out to everyone that comes in.
For more information call 801-336-3939
Layton City and the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is proud to sponsor the Youth Fishing Club. The Youth Fishing Club is open to all youth 6 – 13 years old. Youth 12 and 13 years old are required to purchase a Utah Fishing License. Cost for the license is $5.00 and can be purchased at any retailer where hunting and fishing licenses are sold (Wal Mart, Big 5, Dicks, etc). The fishing program follows Utah Division of Wildlife curriculum and is taught by DWR instructors and volunteers. This program will educate youth on:
- Knot tying
- Proper use of fishing equipment
- Fish biology and diversity
- Aquatic ecology
- Water cycle and water quality
- And MORE!!!
The Youth Fishing Club is a 6-week course held in the evenings late August through September. Each class is 2 hours, with the first half hour of instruction and the remaining one and a half hours of fishing. Classes will be held at the Andy Adams Community Fishery, located at 1800 E Gordon Ave, Layton. A volunteer adult instructor will be supervising and working with the participants in groups of five or six. Participants are asked to provide their own fishing poles, but if they do not have them a limited number of poles will be available through the Layton Parks and Recreation Department. All other supplies will be furnished. Class fee is $15.00 and includes fishing supplies and a Fishing Club t-shirt.
Adult volunteers are needed and make this class possible. Urban fishing instruction is a DWR approved service project for the Dedicated Hunter Program. Child in program is not required. Please call 801-336-3900 for more information.
2012 Youth Fishing Club
Days: Thursdays2012 Fishing Club Flyer
Dates: August 30 – October 4
Times: 6:00pm – 8:00pm or Dusk
Location: Andy Adams Community Fishery (1800 E Gentile, Layton)
Registration: August 1 – August 27 (or until filled)
Layton City has created an updated list of recommended trees for residents to consider when planting in park strips that are in front of their homes. This list is not intended to dictate where or what type of tree you choose to plant on your private property. A park strip is the landscaped area between the street and sidewalk.
The list includes two categories of trees: one for trees planted in park strips between 3 and 5 feet and one for trees planted in park strips larger than 5 feet. Each tree is placed in a category based on its ability to thrive and grow to maturity in the amount of space provided in the park strip. For information on how to properly care for and plant your tree, please visit www.arborday.org/trees/tips.
Also on this list is a series of tree characteristics to help you make a more informed decision about the tree you select, including how far apart it should be planted from other similarly sized trees. Please be aware that trees with a mature height of 30 feet or more should not be planted beneath overhead power lines.
As a City, we look forward to improving the diversity of our “urban forest”! If you have any questions about this updated tree list please contact the Layton City Community and Economic Development Department at (801) 336-3780.Layton City Recommended Trees Chart
Layton - April 25, 2013
The Prescription Drug Take Back event will be held Saturday, April 27, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. The Prescription Take Back event allows you to bring unused over-the-counter and prescription medications to one of the following locations so they can be safely destroyed. This event will take place throughout Davis County at the following sites:
- Bountiful (Smith's)
555 South 200 West
2399 South Main St
- Farmington (Smith's)
1316 North Highway 89
- Layton (Smith's)
1170 East Gentile
- Syracuse (Smith's)
951 West 1700 South
- Sunset (Smith's)
2353 North Main St
- Clinton (Macey's)
2062 W 1800 N
- Hill Air Force Base (Base Exchange)
5845 E Ave Bldg 412
- Hill Air Force Base (Commissary)
7451 6th Street
Why Should I Take the Time To Do This?
- Many drugs flushed down the toilet cannot be removed by the sewer treatment plant or septic system.
- These substances then get into our streams, rivers, lakes, groundwater and our soil and may cause harm to the environment.
- Abuse of prescription drugs, particularly painkillers, has increased among teenagers and young adults.
- More than half of people who abuse painkillers get the drugs from friends or relatives.
- Children and pets can find medicine in your home or in your trash.
- Drugs may be taken by accident, on purpose or illegally sold.
- You can prevent accidental poisoning and drug abuse.
What if I cannot go to the Medication Take-Back Event?
- A permanent collection bin is located in the lobby of the Layton Police Department or you can find permanent community collection sites near you at www.useonlyasdirected.org, and directions for safe disposal in your trash if there is no site near you. This website also lists other one-time Take-Back events occurring at different times and locations around the state.
Medication Take Back Event Flyer
Pets are beloved members of households in Layton City. However, Layton City has specific ordinances that govern the ownership and care of animals.
Here's the first of a two-part look at these ordinances in a question and answer format:
How many household pets are legal in Layton City?
Household pets are limited to the keeping of not more than two dogs or cats, or combination thereof, four months old or older. In other words, a household can have one cat and one dog; or two cats; or two dogs; but nothing exceeding the two quantity number; except as noted below. For example, having a kennel license would increase the numbers. Also, in addition to the two permitted animals, one seeing-eye, search and rescue, or other aid dog may be allowed under certain circumstances.
Why can a household only have two pets?
Layton City's law is based on years of experience, which have shown that the city as a whole is better off if only two pets are allowed per household, based on providing proper care and control.
When does a dog need to be licensed?
It is unlawful for any resident to own, keep, harbor, or maintain a dog over the age of four months of age, without registering and obtaining a license for such dogs from the Animal Control Department, or authorized vendor. All dogs brought into the City shall require registering and licensing within thirty days after they enter the City, or within thirty days after having reached the age of four months. Licensing a dog ensures it is properly vaccinated. Also, if the animal is ever lost, it is critical in finding the owner quickly.
How much does a dog license cost?
Annual licensing fees range from $10-$40, depending on if a dog is sterilized and has a microchip. Licenses can be purchased from Davis Animal Services, or from area veterinarians.
Why are dogs not allowed in any of the city's parks?
Based on clean up problems and too many situations of dogs running loose in city parks during past years, the city's leaders decided it was in the best interest of the majority to make it illegal for canines to be inside any city park. Pets are also prohibited from school grounds during school hours, unless they are part of a special class activity. The only exceptions to the above would be authorized service dogs.
Can I have my dog off a leash during a walk in public?
No. This violates Layton City laws regarding animals "at large." This means that an animal shall be considered to be "at large" when it is off the owner's property and not under immediate control by means of a durable restraint device, capable of keeping the animal restrained.
What is a dog owner's responsibility regarding clean up of their animal?
The person having custody of an animal shall be responsible for the immediate removal of any excreta deposited by their animal on any public walk, recreation area, or private property other than that belonging to the owner of the animal. Some pet clean up stations are available along some city trails. Also, pet stores sell special waste bags that can be carried by pet owners to clean up after their animals. A dog owner also needs to regularly clean up the excreta of his pets on their own property, so that odors do not offend any neighbors.
Can I take my dog or cat into a grocery store?
No. It is unlawful for any person to take or permit any animals, excluding Hearing or Seeing Eye Dogs, whether on a leash or in the arms of their owners, in any establishment or place of business where food or food products fit for human consumption are sold, or distributed, including but not limited to restaurants, grocery stores, meat markets, and fruit or vegetable stores.
(-To be continued ...)