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The first jail in Layton was built in the 1890s at about 450 North Main Street, on the east side. It was a one-room structure with a sloped roof and a small window with metal bars at one end. This jail was demolished in the early 21st Century, after surviving for more than a century.
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Adams Canyon was named for Elias Adams, a pioneer who settled at its mouth and constructed a sawmill.
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A description of Layton pioneer farming
Jack Stevenson, an early settler of what would become West Layton, wrote down this description of farming the land in the area without canal water, that didn’t arrive in the area ... more
Posted on May 05, 2015
Layton business history highlights
Besides retail stores and restaurants, here’s a timeline of some of the other major businesses and features that opened and/or closed over the years in Layton City: 1905: First National ... more
Posted on May 05, 2015
Remember to call 811 before you dig
Planning any yard excavation or hole digging this spring? Be sure to call 811 at least two business days before you, dig, grade or excavate. A completed call to 811 ... more
Posted on April 29, 2015
Now on Facebook: You know you’re from Layton if …
Are you on Facebook? If so, there’s a possible new caveat there for current and former Layton residents. A new group, “You know you’re from Layton, Utah if ….” (not ... more
Posted on April 29, 2015
Summer Nights with the Stars schedule
Individual tickets for the Davis Arts Council’s Summer Nights with the Stars 2015 go on sale Tuesday, April 28, 10 a.m. Season tickets are already on sale and cost $168 for adult reserved ... more
Posted on April 23, 2015
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