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Layton Trivia
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The first recorded well dug in Layton was in the late 19th Century, a 40-foot-deep well, by Richard Ware.
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In August of 1911, the first culinary water flowed in Layton. Water rates were 50 cents a month. So, some 61 years after the first person settled in Layton, consistent flows of drinking water were established.
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Humidity: 60%
Wind: South at 10.4 MPH (9 KT)
Pressure: 29.88 in
Visibility: 10.00 mi
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Ozone: 0.048 ppm
PM 2.5: 4.3 µg/m3
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Hometown Hero Nominations
Hometown Heroes Layton City is honoring veterans who are Layton natives or current Layton residents who served in between 2001 - 2015.  Nominees who are selected as this year's Hometown Heroes will ... more
Posted on May 19, 2015
Weber Basin sets firm secondary water restrictions
Due to the extremely low water supply, Weber Basin Water Conservancy District’s Board of Trustees has approved an immediate reduction of 20 percent to all agricultural irrigation water customer deliveries (including wholesale ... more
Posted on May 18, 2015
Hill Field Road Interchange improvements starting this spring
The $30 million dollar Hill Field Road Interchange project will begin this spring as Ames Construction, Inc was awarded the project on April 10, 2015 by UDOT. They received the Notice ... more
Posted on May 18, 2015
2014 Water Quality Report
Layton City is pleased to present you with the 2014 Drinking Water Quality Report.  This report contains information about the quality of water delivered to you every day.  The City's constant goal is to provide ... more
Posted on May 14, 2015
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
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