1920 • Layton City Centennial • 2020

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1920 • Layton City Centennial • 2020

The year 2020, marks the centennial anniversary of the incorporation of Layton City. Layton began as a small farming community that was an extension to the area that is now Kaysville, Utah. In 1920, Layton City was incorporated as its own town and over the next 100 years Layton City developed into the thriving metropolis it is today, and has grown to become the largest city in Davis County. In commemoration of the Layton City Centennial, the City is preparing for a fun-filled and event packed year to celebrate the last 100 years that shaped Layton City into a wonderful community.

Layton Birthday Party Under the Stars

After a great deal of thought and counsel with local emergency managers and staff, Layton City's Mayor and Council have provided the following guidance for the upcoming Layton City Centennial - Birthday Party Under the Stars event:

In coordination with the state and local public health official’s phased health guidelines and the Utah Leads Together 2.0 recommendations, and exercising an abundance of care for our residents' health and well-being, the Layton City Centennial - Birthday Party Under the Stars celebration event has been cancelled, effective May 1, 2020. This event has been re-scheduled for June of 2021.

We sincerely thank you for your patience and understanding.

Pooches & Pickleball

Join us in celebrating the four-legged friends, which helped make Layton a city, at the Pooches and Pickleball event. Then event will include; music, games, Pickleball, and pooches, just to name a few!

For more information visit Pooches & Pickleball event here.

Heritage Museum Lecture Series

Come learn about the history of Layton City and the different business and enterprises that turned it into the city it is today. Each month there will be a lecture offered on a unique aspect of Layton Life throughout the decades.

For more information visit the Lecture Series page here.

"I LOVE Layton" T-Shirt Contest

Pictured: Layton City Parks Planner, JoEllen Grandy, wearing her I LOVE Layton shirt at the Trevi Fountain in Italy.
Join Layton City in celebrating the Layton Centennial by wearing your "I LOVE Layton" T-shirt and participating in the monthly contest.
Contest Details

  • Take a picture of yourself or your family in your “I LOVE Layton” t-shirt at different places
    Either in town, other parts of the state, country, or even abroad
  • Submit your picture to Layton City by the 1st of each month
    • Submit Photo Tab
    • Social media: #Layton100
      (Pictures submitted after the 1st of each month will be included in the next month’s drawing.)
  • One picture may be submitted per person per month
  • Picture submission must include:
    • Location where picture was taken
  • Any picture submitted will become the property of Layton City and may be used on social media or in other advertising
  • Contest runs February 2020 – December 2020
T-Shirt Pick-up*:
Layton City Parks & Recreation Office
465 N Wasatch Drive, Layton
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00pm
*while supplies last

In compliance with State guidelines regarding COVID-19:
T-shirts are available for curbside pick-up. Please call the Parks and Recreation office at 801-336-3900 when you arrive to provide your shirt sizes and they will be brought out to you.
Pictured: Layton City Mayor, Joy Petro, wearing her I LOVE NYC Layton shirt at Time Square in New York.

Layton Life 2020 Time Capsule

In celebrating 100 years, Layton City would like to share what life was like in 2020, by capturing Layton Life in a Time Capsule. The Time Capsule will be sealed in 2020 and left as a reminder for future generations of Laytonians.
Time Capsule Details

  • Donate items for the Layton Life 2020 Time Capsule at the Layton City Center Offices
    • Administration Offices
    • 437 N Wasatch Drive, Layton
  • Items must be no larger than 11" x 11" in size
  • A donation form, available in the office, must be completed for item(s) being submitted for donation
  • Items should be a representation of Layton Life in 2020
    Please no items prior to 2020
  • Donated items will be reviewed by the Centennial Committee for selection to be in the time capsule

Time Capsule Donations Accepted*
TBA

Donation Location
Layton City Center - Administration Office
437 N Wasatch Drive
*while space is available

Centennial Scrap Metal Sculpture

In celebrating 100 years, Layton City is creating a commemorative scrap metal art sculpture to encompass Layton Life from 1920 – 2020. The sculpture will be crafted by local artists, then displayed at Layton Commons Park.

Scrap Metal Donations Needed

Layton City is seeking donations of scrap metal for the Centennial Scrap Metal Sculpture project. Donated materials will be used by local artists to create a unique, one-of-a-kind, Layton City Centennial sculpture.

Donations Accepted:
April 1, 2020 - August 31, 2020

Self-Service:
Donation area is self-serve. The donor must unload all donated materials.

Suggested Items to Donate:
Scrap metal items such as engine parts, farm equipment, hand tools, shovel-heads, spades, rakes, bicycle gears, etc.

Donation Location:
Layton City Parks Maintenance Facility
200 West Gentile Street, Layton
(North side of building, inside the entrance gate and turn right)

Donation Days:
Monday - Friday*
*holidays excluded

Donation Times:
8:00am - 3:00pm

Picture depicts a sample of scrap metal art

Thank you to our Sponsors

Platinum Sponsors

Gold Sponsors

First Community Bank Logo
Intermountain Healthcare Logo
Waste Management Logo

Silver Sponsors

Sunbelt Logo
Northern Wasatch Association of Realtors Logo
J&J Nursery

Bronze Sponsors

Davis Arts Council Logo
Sam's Club Logo

Donations

Minky Couture Logo
Lifetime Products Logo
Orbit Logo
Sweet Tooth Fairy Logo
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor contact the Parks and Recreation Office at (801) 336-3900.

Shop Centennial

Centennial Challenge Coin

Celebrate Layton City’s centennial year with a commemorative Centennial Challenge Coin, available while supplies last at Layton City Parks and Recreation.

Cost:
$10
Available:
Layton City Parks and Recreation
465 N Wasatch Dr, Layton
Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm

Special Note:
In compliance with State guidelines regarding COVID-19:
Challenge coins are available for curbside pick-up. Please call the Parks and Recreation office (801) 336-3900 when you arrive to place your order and make electronic payment. Your coins will then be brought to you.


Fall Store - Centennial Merchandise

The Fall Store will be open through September 30. All orders will go into production after the store closes. Orders will be filled and delivered to Layton City Parks and Recreation Department. Once delivered, you will be notified that your order is ready for pickup. Please allow three weeks from store close date for production and delivery. Click on the access code at the bottom of the page to start shopping.

Shop the 1920-2020 Layton City Centennial Store!

Hurry, shops closes 09/30/2020.

Submit Photo for the Layton City Centennial Celebration

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Contact

Parks and Recreation
465 N Wasatch Dr
Layton, UT 84041

Phone Numbers:
(801) 336-3900 Office
(801) 336-3920 Rainout Hotline
(801) 336-3930 Museum
(801) 336-3939 Surf 'n Swim