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Christmas Tree Pickup

Waste Management will pick up Christmas trees on your scheduled garbage day starting January 3, 2022. Have your trees on your curb on your scheduled day that week.

To dispose of your tree, follow these guidelines:

  1. Tree should be cut into 3-4 ft. pieces.
  2. Remove any decorations from the tree.
  3. Leave your tree at the curb the night before your scheduled pick up day.
  4. If applicable, please ensure that your tree is not buried in snow or frozen to the groun
 

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 Planning Commission typically meets

 

Hines and Company Produce Warehouse by Kristine Murdock

In 1918 the Bamberger Railroad purchased land just east of Main Street in the area of 59 East Gentile Street. They built a depot and a Produce Warehouse for storage to ship produce for local farmers.  In 1926 a frost proof po

 

Layton City Accepting applications for RAMP and Parks & Recreation Advisory Commission Members

Layton City is Accepting Letters of Interest for the Following Commissions:

 

Recreation, Arts, Museum and Parks Advisory Commission

 Parks and Recreation Commission

 

Secondary Water Notice - Weber Basin Water Conservancy District

August 2, 2021

Dear Official,

Weber Basin Water Conservancy District (District) held an emergency meeting with its irrigation water customer agencies on July 27, 2021, to discuss the persistent and extreme drought conditions we are experiencing. We understand this has been a difficult year for all of us involved in the water delivery business. We appreciate the input and explanations of the varied conditions in which entities find themselves leading into late summer.

 

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

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