Calendar

20 Nov 2017
A free breakfast for early morning lap swimmers to show our appreciation to them as our loyal patrons.
20 Nov 2017
Holiday Lighting Ceremony Join Layton City Parks and Recreation for this year's Holiday Lighting Ceremony. The program will include singing performances from local school choirs in the Layton High School Auditorium. The evening will ...
28 Nov 2017
Planning Commission Meeting
01 Dec 2017
Layton City Parks and Recreation Department will be accepting the following adult winter sports registrations December 1 – December 31 Adult Winter Volleyball Adult Men’s Basketball- Open League For more information on these activities visit the adult ...
06 Dec 2017
Layton City Family Recreation Presents.... Free Family Hay Rides Date: Wednesday, December 6, 2017 Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm Location: Phase I Pavillion, Layton Commons Park (North end of Constitution Circle) Cost: FREE Layton City Family Recreation hosts family hay rides through ...

News

On Monday, Nov. 20, the two inside lanes on I-15 northbound, from Hill Field Road to Antelope Drive, will be closed from approximately 12 a.m. to 4 a.m. Lane closures will allow crews to remove heavy construction equipment from the I-15 median. Drivers should use caution and plan ahead if ... more
Article Published 11/17/2017 08:43 AM
As you plan your Thanksgiving menu don’t forget about fire safety. Did you know Thanksgiving is the peak day for home cooking fires? The number of home fires double on Thanksgiving. So, let’s add a pinch of fire safety to the menu. ... more
Article Published 11/17/2017 08:40 AM
The Heritage Museum of Layton is filled with priceless antiques--each artifact having its own unique and fascinating story. For example, there's the Fort Bridger music box. Fort Bridger was an important outpost as the many wagon trains were crossing the Great Plains during the westward migration.  Pioneers heading ... more
Article Published 11/08/2017 03:00 PM
Education was a priority to early area pioneers.  In 1857, the settlers of Kay's Ward built the Adams School, a log building that measured 20 X 32 feet, with a thatched roof, dirt floor and brick fireplace.  The first teacher was paid with produce, bacon or flour. Transportation ... more
Article Published 10/17/2017 01:23 PM
The original white pioneers who settled in the area that is Layton City today lived on farms of about twenty to forty acres.  These farms were scattered up and down two streams--Holmes (north fork) and Kay's creeks.  The first four years of their settlement was peaceful and they were ... more
Article Published 10/17/2017 11:07 AM