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Layton’s first baseball team was organized in 1885.
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Dry farming was the only agricultural method in West Layton prior to the arrival of the Davis and Weber Canal in 1884.
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Until the 1920s, automobiles were only used in the summer, as the roads in Layton were too muddy or snowy at other times of the year.
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Salt Lake Bees Ticket Vouchers Now Available
The Layton City Parks and Recreation Department is selling Salt Lake Bees ticket vouchers throughout the summer.  Vouchers are only $7.00 and are good for any seating level in the park ... more
Posted on April 17, 2014
New single-family housing in Layton City 2nd highest-ever in 2013
Layton City experienced the “bottom of the curve” in housing development back in 2008 with only 93 new single-family units. However, that increased to 288 new single-family units in 2013 - ... more
Posted on April 15, 2014
Strong job growth in Layton City
Layton City’s retail market is a regional attraction for shoppers. For example, the regional market strength of the Layton Hills Mall (nearly 100 percent leased) contributes $770 million worth of ... more
Posted on April 15, 2014
Summer season schedule at Kenley Amphitheater
Tickets for the 2014 Summer Season at the Kenley Amphitheater in Layton go on sale Tuesday, April 22. This year’s headliners are anchored by Bill Cosby, Three Dog Night and more. -Sponsored ... more
Posted on April 15, 2014
Layton City’s population growth over the years
Layton City hasn’t always been Davis County’s largest population center. Before World War II, it was just a sleepy, small farming community of 646 residents. Today, it exceeds 72,000 in ... more
Posted on April 10, 2014
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