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Published on November 30, 2013 - This is an archived news article. Please note that the information within this article may not be current.

Layton by the numbers …

Layton City is certainly more than just numbers. 
It is about quality too – with a diversity of residents, a dedicated city staff, talented and committed leaders, a thriving business district, green and spacious parks and much more.
Notwithstanding, if you look at numbers only, here’s a snapshot of Layton City by quantities only:

Assisted living centers: 5.
Auto dealers, new: 5.
Auto dealers, used: 10.
Auto repair shops: 18.
Banks: 12.
Beauty colleges: 2.
Bookstores: 3.
Chiropractors: 17.
Church congregations: 96.
Colleges: 4.
Convenience stores: 11.
Credit unions: 6.
Dentists: 46.
Elementary schools, public: 12.
Gasoline outlets: 16.
Golf courses: 3.
Grocery stores (“big box”): 6.
High schools, public: 2.
Junior highs, public: 4.
Hospitals: 1.
Hotels/motels: 9.
Land size: 22.18 square miles.
Loan outlets: 12.
Major shopping malls: 1.
McDonald’s Restaurants: 4.
Miles of paved trails: 13.9.
Miles of streets: 290.
Mortuaries: 2.
Movie screens: 25.
Number of street names: 370.
Parks: 12.
Pharmacies: 10.
Physicians/surgeons: 62.
Pizza outlets: 7.
Plumbing companies: 9.
Red Boxes: 10.
Residents: 70,000.
Restaurants: 87.
Schools, private,non-Davis District (Pre-12th): 3.
Shooting ranges: 2.
Spas, beauty/day: 4.
Sporting good stores: 5.
Swimming pools, public: 1.
Tanning  salons: 4.
Tattoo shops: 3.
Taverns: 5.
Veterinarian offices: 4.
Years as a settlement: 163.
Years as an incorporated city: 93.

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