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The first “bathroom” in Layton is believed to have been installed in George W. Layton’s home at 2767 West Gentile Street in 1898. A toilet and tub were purchased from Boyle’s Furniture in Ogden. “This is not a public bathroom,” Layton kept proclaiming, after playing host to many curious neighbors.
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The first voting precincts in the Layton area were established in 1885.
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Preparing for Potential Flooding - Use of Sandbags
Layton City requires the installation of storm water collection systems in city streets to meet specific engineering standards, but Mother Nature can occasionally serve up an unusually intense storm that exceeds system capacity ... more
Posted on August 21, 2014
Keep children away from mail trucks and other advice from the Layton Postmaster
It is easy to take the U.S. Postal Service for granted. But, what can the public do to better assist mail delivery? According to Shane Stricklan, Layton Postmaster, childhood safety ... more
Posted on August 20, 2014
New ‘Walking School Bus’ app from UDOT
There’s safety in numbers and for those parents who have students who will be walking, bicycling, or skating to elementary school, the Utah Department of Transportation has created a new smart ... more
Posted on August 18, 2014
Eliminate the puncturevine weed
One of the peskiest weeds in the Layton area is the puncturevine weed. Unlike most weeds, this nuisance does not grow upward, but fans out along the ground like a ... more
Posted on August 18, 2014
Q&A: Cement work/usage in Layton City
Cement, if properly used, can enhance a yard and save on maintenance and upkeep. However, some homeowners may get carried away with the use of concrete and not consider future underground access. Here’s ... more
Posted on August 11, 2014
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