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Gordon Ave Closure 10/28 to 10/30

Union Pacific will be working on the railroad crossing at Gordon Avenue.  This work will be done starting on Wednesday, October 28, 2020 through Friday, October 30, 2020.  Motorists should plan to use alternate routes during those dates.  Nearby residents may also hear train horns and work noise from the activity at the railroad crossing. 

 

Angel St Detour Map

Angel St Road Closure October 19th - 21st

 

Fall 2020 Museum Newsletter

Read all about what the museum has been up to so far this fall! If you would like to be added to our mailing list, please send your name and address to abommer@laytoncity.org!

 

Lucy A. Clark - Davis County Sister Suffragette

“As election day approaches and the responsibility of exercising the very important duty of casting a ballot before the principles we admire is before us, we, the women of Utah, should seriously consider the obligations resting upon us, and as a part of this great commonwealth should weigh the situation in a correct balance before doing so… Let the vessel of opposition which was sunk in the constitutional convention remain where it is until

 

Layton Fire Department Virtual Open House

Our traditional and well attended fire department open house didn’t happen like normal due to COVID-19 restrictions. The community support of this event is fascinating with over 4,000 attendance. We wanted to do something this year to promote fire safety and injury prevention so our team went to work to produce a virtual Open House video. Click on the link and it will direct you to the city calendar where you will find the You Tube video link.  This video will give you a

 

Andy Adams Reservoir Algal Bloom Monitoring 2020

Davis County Health Department has issued a Warning Advisory for Andy Adams Reservoir due to observations of an increase in magnitude of a harmful algal bloom along the west side of the reservoir.

Algal Bloom Monitoring Information from the Utah Department of Environmental Quality

 

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

 

Flood Insurance Rate Map Appeal Notice

Dear Property Owner,

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), in cooperation with the State of Utah Division of Emergency Management, are in the process of updating the Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) for Davis County. In conjunction with this effort, FEMA developed a revised floodplain in select areas within Davis County. The revised maps may impact your property. If the structure on your property is found to be located within the 1-percent-annual-chance floodplain you may be

 

DR. R. CLARENCE ROBINSON--Layton Dentist

Many older Layton residents remember a time when the city had two doctors and one dentist.  The lone dentist was Dr. R. Clarence Robinson.

Doctor Robert Clarence Robinson was born in Farmington, Utah on January 17, 1887.  He was the son of Joseph Elijah and Dorothy Waton Robinson.  His parents were respected and longtime residents of Farmington.  Clarence got his basic education in Davis County and then received his Doctor of Dental

 

ROYAL C. OWEN--Artist, Designer & Musician

Poet, designer, actor, playwright, musician, artist, director, choirmaster, and friend of man are all words that describe the man that was Royal C. Owen

Royal was born in Cartersville, Georgia on December 27, 1889.  He was the son of Melvel T. and Ada Cordelia Kennett Owen.  At the age of three, he moved with his parents from Georgia to Utah.  The family was drawn to Utah by their association with the LDS Church and close family ties.  Royal's aunt,

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