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The land north of west Gentile Street in the 1870s was known as being “out on the range.” That’s because until the Davis and Weber Canal came along in 1884, there was a lack of irrigation water there.
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The only culinary water source in west Layton during pioneer times was a natural spring, located about 2700 West Gentile Street. People came from miles around to utilize that water.
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Do not drive through standing water
Standing water can be a serious hazard to motorists and can occur anywhere – even in desert states, like Utah. For example, during the late afternoon of July 29 in ... more
Posted on July 31, 2014
Is there a 'Layton' mountain peak?
The tallest mountain peak east of Layton City is Thurston Peak, at 9,706 feet above sea level. (Thurston is also the highest peak in Davis County.) However, some residents and hikers have nicknamed the ... more
Posted on July 30, 2014
'Quiet hours' in Layton: 10:30 p.m.-7 a.m.
With fireworks season over, what are the standard “quiet hours” in Layton City, when residents need to refrain from noisy activities/behavior? The quiet hours are between 10:30 p.m. to 7 a.m., according to ... more
Posted on July 30, 2014
Davis and Weber Counties Canal Company 'on track,' but still urges conservation
The Davis and Weber Counties Canal Company is on schedule to meet its water storage goals this year, but is still urging conservation. “Thanks for the cooperation and coordination of all water users ... more
Posted on July 28, 2014
Eight hot tips to stay cool this summer
Here are eight tips to stay cool and save on energy costs this summer from Rocky Mountain Power: 1. Pay attention to the thermostat – Keep your thermostat at 78°F or higher if you're ... more
Posted on July 28, 2014
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