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Located about 25 miles north of Salt Lake City, Layton's population was only about 600 in 1940. It was then that the Hill Air Force Base arrived, followed by World War II. War workers started populating the area and the 1950 census counted 3,456 people. Layton altered from a farming town to a city with a large residential base. After the war, those not working at the Air Force base commuted to the Salt Lake City or Ogden areas.

Population: 58474
Local Newspapers: The Salt Lake Tribune Deseret Morning News
Local Sports Teams: Utah Jazz (NBA) Real Salt Lake
Local Colleges: Weber State University

Zip Codes associated with layton, utah: 84040 84041
Towns/Cities near layton, utah : Kaysville Fruit Heights Clearfield Syracuse

Layton News
Utah legislators told they have an extra $209 million to spend

Legislators received some unanticipated great news Wednesday: They have $209 million more than expected to spend in budgets they are now preparing. "The good news is our economy continues to grow" and is generating that extra unexpected money, said Rep. Brad Last, R-St.

Utah lawmakers now have $563 million in additional revenues

Lawmakers now have a total of $563 million in additional revenues to spend this session - and that's not counting the $80 million windfall expected as a result of federal tax changes. The final estimates add $126 million in anticipated revenue growth and $83 million to the budget surplus to the $327 million in revenue growth or ongoing money and $45 million in surplus or one-time funds already expected.

Salt Lake City leaders 'optimistic' in negotiations over inland port authority

Trucks haul fill into the new prison site on the west side of Salt Lake City on Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018. SALT LAKE CITY - As Utah and Salt Lake City leaders huddle to draft legislation that would create a new authority to oversee an inland port in the city's northwest quadrant, city leaders on Tuesday painted a rosy picture of ongoing negotiations.

Woman's killer pleads guilty to burning her home down

A man who killed his girlfriend and dumped her body before fleeing to Mexico in 2008 has now admitted to burning down the woman's home days before attacking her. Gutberto Heras-Corrales, now 42, was originally charged with aggravated arson, a first-degree felony, in connection with the fire that destroyed the trailer home belonging to his girlfriend, Noemi Rodriguez, 26. He pleaded guilty Thursday to a reduced charge of simple assault, a third-degree felony, admitting in court documents that he had set fire to the trailer, endangering human life.

Utah hosting membership effort

The American Legion Department of Utah and national staff will team up for a district revitalization and membership outreach effort March 1-3 in Layton, Utah.

Teacher pay hopes too high? 'There isn't the money everyone thinks there is,' Senate leader says

Science teacher Abby Vanier uses a dropper put alcohol onto her students' hands during a lesson on identifying phase changes at Mount Jordan Middle in Sandy on Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017. A Senate leader told members of the Utah Legislature's Higher Education Appropriations Subcommittee on Friday that projections for revenues that will fund next year's budget don't appear to be much different from the current year's, which may temper expectations for sizable teacher pay raises.

Cousins were fighting over renting a home. Then the hand drill came out, cops say.

Two cousins got into an argument last week when they both wanted to rent the same home - but only one of the cousins was armed with a hand drill, according to the Layton Police Department. Police say Christopher J. Gallegos, 35, wasn't afraid to use the power tool against his cousin: Gallegos drove up to his cousin's house in Layton, Utah, on Feb. 1, police said, and tried attacking his cousin wielding the tool , Gephardt Daily reports.

Salt Lake City can't build an inland trade hub by itself, Utah...

The Salt Lake Tribune) House Speaker Greg Hughes, left, is joined by Sen. Jerry Stevenson, R-Layton and Rep. Francis Gibson, R- Mapleton while addressing the Salt Lake City Council on plans for northwest quadrant development during a meeting at the City and County building in Salt Lake City Tuesday February 6, 2018. The Salt Lake City Council dispensed with its entire regular agenda Tuesday to hear instead from state lawmakers and other stakeholders on a long-envisioned but suddenly urgent plan to create an international trade hub that could distribute goods across the Western United States from a site in the city's northwestern corner.

Murray man charged with enticing a 16-year-old

A Murray man, 51, has been charged with enticing what he thought was a 16-year-old girl for sex. LAYTON - A Murray man, 51, has been charged with enticing what he thought was a 16-year-old girl for sex.

Police: Roy man attacked cousin with drill

A Roy man was arrested last week after police say he attacked his cousin with a drill over a housing dispute. Police say Gallegos was parked in front of a residence in Layton, blocking the vehicle that his cousin was in.

Hughes makes surprise pitch of inland port authority to Salt Lake City

Utah House Speaker Greg Hughes speaks to the Utah House of Representatives Monday, Jan. 22, 2018, in Salt Lake City. SALT LAKE CITY - Salt Lake City leaders walked into a meeting at the Utah Capitol with state leaders Thursday not knowing exactly what to expect other than it would be about the city's northwest quadrant.

Jay Evensen: Cost increases may jeopardize Utah's unique prison system

Sen. Jerry Stevenson, R-Layton, left, Rep. Brad Wilson, R-Kaysville, Gov. Gary Herbert, Rep. Eric Hutchings, R-Kearns, and Rollin Cook, executive director of the Utah Department of Corrections, ceremoniously break ground on the new Utah State Correctional Facility in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017. Two things are rising so fast right now you can do little more than watch and wonder.

Residents petition against expanded amphitheater in North Ogden park

They are concerned about noise and traffic they fear will come from a large, newly rebuilt amphitheater at Barker Park, 2375 N. Fruitland Drive. The amphitheater is being expanded "to better accommodate community performances and to provide a venue for outside talent," according to the city's website .

the Last Five Years Opens at On Pitch Performing Arts

On Pitch Performing Arts Layton's ONLY live Theatre Opens The Last Five Years OPPA! in Layton Utah opens the acclaimed musical The Last Five Years February 8th with shows running through February 17th. There are two sides to every story and The Last Five Years will show you both, while you take an emotional journey in this beautifully written musical.

UDOT bridge construction to close I-15 in Layton for 3 nights

Drivers can expect delays on I-15 near the Layton Hills Mall as the Utah Department of Transportation sets beams for a new overpass in the area. I-15 will be closed between Hill Field Road and Antelope Drive each night from Friday, Jan. 26, through Sunday, Jan. 28, with all traffic detoured off the freeway and onto surface streets to get around the closure.

Utah lawmakers cautious about $25M-$80M gain from federal tax cuts

Caution was the reaction Thursday to a complicated report on the impact of the new federal tax changes on Utah income tax collections that showed the state can expect an extra $25 million to $80 million. "There's a lot of dust to settle, it seems to me," House Majority Leader Brad Wilson, R-Kaysville, said after a presentation to the Executive Appropriations Committee.

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