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Hill Field Road Lighting Enhancements

Construction Notice:

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) and Layton City will be replacing/adding several dozen luminaire poles with decorative high lumen LED fixtures.  The project is part of UDOT's effort to enhance motorist and pedestrian safety.

Expected Impacts

Crews will be working along the shoulders and pedestrian sidewalks/ramps. Pedestrian detour routes will be in place when obsturcted. Motorists can expect occasional shoulder closures within th

 

Change in Paramedic Funding

You may have seen, or soon will, a notice of a tax increase. For Layton City residents the tax change will be neutral. How? It’s simply a process change. Next year, the Davis County Sheriff's Office will turn responsibility for paramedic services over to the cities in the county. Which means the paramedic levy will be removed from the County's property tax assessment and added to the City's. Again, this will not result in a tax increase for Layton City residents, as the City already provides

 

Drought Watering Restrictions

In an effort to manage the limited water supply for 2021, Layton City has implemented the following drought restrictions for all outdoor water use in Layton City:

  • NO MORE THAN TWO WATERINGS* PER WEEK.
  • NO OUTDOOR WATERING BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 10 A.M. AND 6 P.M.
  • DELAY INSTALLATION OF NEW LANDSCAPE PROJECTS.

* 1 Watering equals 20 minutes of overhead spray (Pop-up Sprinklers) or 40 minutes of rotor-type heads.

The current outdoor irrigation season is

 

Grilling Safety

There's nothing like outdoor grilling.  It's one of the most popular ways to cook food.  Please click on the flyer below for some grilling safety tips!

 

Davis & Weber Counties Canal - Water Restrictions (Layton)

EXTREME DROUGHT! Please reduce your secondary water use. Please strive not to water more than twice a week to stretch the limited water resource. We encourage wise water use and ask that you reference the State website for their weekly watering guide. (

 

Davis and Weber Counties Canal Company - System Info for 2021

The past 2020 water season was relatively an average snowpack and a very hot and dry summer as well as a dry fall. We ended the year with low storage and our current winter has not produced the snow we need. We are in a D3 Extreme Drought condition. We have determined that we will end the water season early on October 1st due to the drought situation.

We continue to encourage efficient use of the water and conserve where possible. Please adjust your watering based on the weather.

 

No business needs a loss with fire - Fire Marshal's Challenge

Hi Layton business members! A business never wants a loss in property damage and hours of operation. Fire Safety reminders in meetings and messages posted in the workplace help. As a Fire Marshal's Office, we have a challenge for you to print this PDF out and include it in your safety meeting discussions. We suggest posting this information on bulletin boards and electronic media sources. You will receive great benefits from enhanced safety education for all your business partners and the com

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