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On August 27, 1957, Layton City paid the federal government $580,000 for the 72-acre Verdeland Park, where today’s Commons Park, Layton High School and Layton City Complex are.
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In 1962, Layton City sold 28 acres (at $3,000 per acre) of the former Verdeland Park land to the Davis School District for the creation of Layton High School.
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Where is 'West Layton'?
Where’s “West Layton”? Is there even such an area? In his official biography on the Layton City Web site, City Councilman Jory Francis states he “is a resident of West Layton.” Francis lives ... more
Posted on February 25, 2015
‘Lost Industries’ featured at the Heritage Museum of Layton
Did you know that most of Layton City used to run on the factory whistle? For some 44 years, from 1915 to 1959, the change of shift whistles at the ... more
Posted on February 18, 2015
How to drive properly through a roundabout …
Layton City’s road system features several roundabouts, including ones on Rosewood Lane and the east end of Antelope Drive. According to the Utah Drivers Handbook, roundabouts were created in an ... more
Posted on February 18, 2015
Weber State Continuing Education Classes Offered to Citizens
Whether you are checking out a personal interest or you're searching for your next great hobby, Weber State's Community Education classes can help take your passion to the next level.  Classes are taught by ... more
Posted on February 11, 2015
Layton: A vibrant city built on two “Hills”
Modern Layton City is a community that has truly been built on two “Hills” – Hill Air Force Base and the Layton Hills Mall --  to become Davis County’s largest town, ... more
Posted on February 11, 2015
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