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Layton City Accepting Letters of Interest for the Parks and Recreation Commission

Layton City is currently accepting applications to fill vacant positions on the Layton City Parks and Recreation Commission. This Commission functions as planning and advisory body to the City Council in matters pertaining to Parks and Recreation within the City.

The Parks and Recreation Commission consists of eight at-large members. This Commission is specifically tasked with advising the City Council and the Parks and Recreation Department with long range planning for Layton Cit


Hill Air Force Base Seeks Community Representative

The Hill Air Force Base Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) is seeking a Layton resident to fill the position of community representative on the RAB.  The Layton community representative serves the interests of Layton residents on the RAB during the environmental cleanup in Layton.  The RAB is a committee consisting of government and community representatives who advise Hill AFB on community concerns regarding environmental investigation and cleanup activities conducted by the Air Forc


Layton City Parks and Recreation 2022 Volunteer of the Year

Each year the Layton City Parks and Recreation Department coordinates with many different groups and individuals who serve as volunteers in a variety of capacities within the Department.  From youth coaches, citizen committee members, specialized service projects, special events, and many more; these volunteers are greatly appreciated.  Many of the programs ran through the Parks and Recreation Department would not be possible without these individuals who


Planning Commission Vacancy

Layton City is currently accepting applications for a Planning Commission vacancy. The Planning Commission plays a vital role in shaping development within the City and verifying compliance with the Municipal Code and the General Plan. The Commission reviews, approves, and makes recommendations to the City Council for land use applications such as conditional use permits, preliminary subdivisions, development plans, and zoning code amendments.

The Plannin


New Year's Eve Fireworks Restrictions

Fireworks restrictions established by the Utah State Fire Marshal are as follows: the discharge of fireworks is allowed on Saturday, December 31st  from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. on Sunday, January 1st.   If you have additional questions, more information and an interactive map can be found at


Christmas Tree Pickup Schedule

From Monday, January 2nd, 2023 to Friday, January 6th, 2023.

Please have the trees cut up into 4 foot sections and/or in half.

Place the tree at the curb on the service day by 6 AM.


A Cracking Holiday Tradition

By Shelley Dawson Davies
For many people, it isn’t the holiday season until music from The Nutcracker ballet begins to play. The story of Clara and her toy nutcracker who comes to life as a prince has enthralled children and their families on ballet stages the world over ever since 1890 when Russian composer Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s original score was first performed in St. Petersburgh. While the charming ballet was danced in New York City in 1940, it wasn’t until The San Franci

Notice of Public Hearing

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Layton City Council will hold a Public Hearing on Thursday, November 17, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Layton City Center, 437 North Wasatch Drive, regarding Amendments to the Budget for Fiscal Year 2022-2023. Persons in attendance shall be given an opportunity to be heard regarding the amendments. Copies of the amendments to the 2022-2023 Budget are on file and available to the public in the office of the City Recorder.


Layton City Now Accepting 2023 RAMP Grant Applications

In 2015, Layton City voters approved the RAMP tax initiative, allowing for dedicated Recreation, Arts, Museums, and Parks (RAMP) funding for programs or facilities in Layton City. The Layton City RAMP Advisory Commission is pleased to announce that 2023 RAMP Grant Applications are now open for interested and qualified organizations. Deadline for application submission is January 3, 2023. Entities eligible for RAMP funding must meet one of the organizational criteria listed below.

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Layton City Active Transportation Plan

The Layton City Active Transportation Plan is moving forward!  Based on what was heard from the public in April 2022, the City has developed a draft network of proposed improvements, and desires a second round of public feedback.

On-line Option Oct 10th - Nov 21st.
Please share what you think by visiting

In-Person Option
Open House #2
Wednesday, Novebmer 9th, 2022 6PM - 8:30PM<

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