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The drought of 1855-1856 was so hard on crops, that Layton area settlers were forced to eat Sego Lily plants and wild onions to survive.
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The first white settler in the Layton area was likely Edward Phillips of Salt Lake, who arrived in October of 1849 and stayed put through the winter.
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Layton City ranked as 39th best U.S. city to live in by
Layton City is the 39th best city to live in for the United States, according to a new report from a financial news Web site: This new ranking, released ... more
Posted on September 23, 2014
Property Tax – How Much Does Layton City Collect?
Recently Davis County sent out Annual Property Tax Notices for 2014.  The question is sometimes asked how much of the property tax paid by property owners actually goes to Layton City ... more
Posted on September 23, 2014
Annual Layton City Fire Department Open House set for Oct. 1
The Layton City Fire Department will hold its annual Kendall O. Bryant Fire Prevention Awareness Day Open House on Wednesday, October 1, 2014, at Layton City Fire Station 51, 530 North ... more
Posted on September 23, 2014
Do not give money to panhandlers
Layton City officials are strongly advising residents to avoid giving panhandlers money. While panhandling is not against Layton City Ordinances, giving money to panhandlers is an unwise practice. Some panhandlers will just ... more
Posted on September 22, 2014
Remember to Winterize your Sprinkler System
With the fall season arriving, it is important for residents to make sure that all outdoor irrigation systems are winterized before the end of October to prevent freezing within the system.  ... more
Posted on September 22, 2014
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