Calendar

28 Mar 2017
Planning Commission Meeting
03 Apr 2017
Families looking to take in a baseball game this summer do not pass this deal up! Vouchers are only $8.00 and can be redeemed for any seating level up to a $20.00 value! ...
03 Apr 2017
Registration Opens up for May Tennis Leagues today. For more information please visit
06 Apr 2017
Council Meeting, 437 N Wasatch Dr., Council Chambers
11 Apr 2017
Must be 16 years old of age and pass pre-test on April 11th. Pre-test consist of: 25 Yard swim of each of the following strokes: Freestyle, Backstroke, Breaststroke, Elementary Backstroke, and Butterfly. Plus 1 minute float ...

News

See what ways you can prevent childhood entanglement with window blinds that has lead to child fatalities. U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission documented the following fatal cases. 59 percent with horizontal blinds, 24 percent with soft window coverings and 17 percent with vertical blinds. NO CASES of children strangling on ... more
Article Published 03/22/2017 05:52 PM
In our continuing efforts to enhance safety, Layton City is adding HAWK Crossings where the D&RG Trail intersects Layton Parkway, Hill Field Road, Gordon Avenue, and 2200 West. What is a HAWK Crossing? It is a H igh-intensity A ctivated cross W al K ... more
Article Published 03/14/2017 09:16 AM
Layton City and the entire region has experienced unusually high amounts of snowfall this winter. However, just barely over 100 years ago, Layton and “All Utah (was) gripped in freak storm,” according to a Salt Lake Tribune headline of Feb. 21, 1917. Not only was an early thaw ... more
Article Published 02/24/2017 09:17 AM
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) is offering free opportunities for filing income taxes again this year – if your income is $54,000 or less. -VITA filing opportunities are free and will be available at the Layton City Building, 437 North Wasatch Drive, on selected Tuesdays and Thursdays. The dates are: ... more
Article Published 01/30/2017 09:12 AM
The City recently passed Layton City Ordinance 16-18 which permits owners to walk their dogs on a leash that is no longer than a typical 16’ retractable-type leash in designated neighborhood parks, pocket parks, improved detention basins, and on established City trails. Dogs leashed or off-leash are not allowed in ... more
Article Published 07/18/2016 12:00 AM