About Davis County - Visitor and Relocation Guide


Habitat

Population

Davis County City Boundaries Source

Davis County Cities

The population of Utah in 2011 was 2,817,222 Source and Davis County has the third largest population in the state with 311,811 Source. The Governor’s Office estimates the 2020 population of Utah to be 3.65 million and Davis County to be 369,467 Source. Utah is the third fastest growing state - from the 2010 Census to July 1, 2011, the State of Utah grew in population by 1.9%, Davis County by 1.7%, and the United States by 0.9% Source. Once again, Utah ranks as the youngest state in the U.S. with a median age of 29.2, has the highest fertility rate of 2.47, and has the highest household size in the nation at 3.1 Source. The following table breaks down the population of Davis County by city Source:

Davis County Cities Population Estimates 2011 Source
City in Davis County Population
Bountiful 43,303
Centerville 15,596
Clearfield 30,618
Clinton 20,783
Farmington 18,585
Fruit Heights 5,076
Kaysville 27,778
Layton 68,495
North Salt Lake 16,607
South Weber 6,159
Sunset 5,213
Syracuse 24,756
West Bountiful 5,357
West Point 9,679
Woods Cross 9,932

Racial Composition & Language

In 2011, the majority (85.6%) of Davis County residents were white persons, not hispanic. Persons of Hispanic or Latino Origin make up 8.6%, Asian 1.9%, and Black 1.3% Source. Please view the following interactive Census 2010 chart for State of Utah data:

According to the Census Bureau (2006-2010), 8.9% of Davis County residents sometimes or always speak a language other than English at home.Source

Religion

Utah Population by Religion Source

Religions in Utah

According to the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, in 2008, Mormons (formal name is The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints) in the State of Utah comprise 58% of the population. Besides Mormon, Utahns classify themselves as Unaffiliated (16%), Protestant (14%), Catholic (10%), with other religions like Orthodox, Jehovah’s Witness, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, and other faiths all comprising less than 2% of the Utah population.Source

Quality of Life

Employment

The Utah Department of Workforce Services states that the 2012 Utah civilian labor force was 1,349,792.Source During May 2012, the Utah unemployment rate was 6.0%; in comparison, the national unemployment rate was 8.2% (June 2012).Source For period ending May 2012, the Davis County labor force was 143,236 and the unemployment rate was 5.7%.Source

As a percentage of total employment in Utah by industry (August 2010), Trade, Transportation, & Utilities leads with 18.9%, Government (17%), Education & Health Services (13%), Professional & Business Services (12.9%), Leisure & Hospitality (9.9%), Manufacturing (9.2%), Construction (6%), Financial Activities (6%), Other Services (3%), Information (2.6%), and Natural Resources & Mining (0.9%).Source

In Davis County, one-fourth of all jobs are in government (24,623 in year 2009), and Hill Air Force Base makes up the majority of those jobs. Over 20,000 people work at Hill Air Force Base, which includes military, civil service, and private contractors. Clearly, the economy in Davis County is anchored by Hill Air Force Base.Source However, Davis County jobs are followed closely by Trade, Transportation, & Utilities with 19,662 jobs in 2009. The Freeport Center hosts over 70 companies, national and local, and employs over 7,000 employees.Source

Falcon Hill National Aerospace Research Park

Located at Hill Air Force Base, Falcon Hill is a 550 acre private development, under an Air Force Enhanced Use Lease, that will feature over 2 million square feet of commercial space in its first phase alone, with additional phases offering unmatched expansion capability, staging benefits and infrastructure.Source. A detailed brochure of the available office, retail, and hotel conference space can be found here. For more information about Falcon Hill, see its website www.falconhillonline.com and its contact us page.

In addition, Davis County job counts by sector in 2009 are given next: Professional Services (11,446), Education, Health, and Social Services (10,500), Leisure & Hospitality (9,471), Manufacturing (8,893), Construction (7,285), Financial Activities (3,954), Other Services (2,869), Information (1,040), and Mining (163).Source

Davis County Largest Employers 2009 (Above 500 Employees) Source
Company Industry Employment
Hill Air Force Base Federal Government 10000-14999
Davis County School District Public Education 7000-9999
Davis County Local Government 1000-1999
Lagoon Corporation Inc Amusement & Theme Park 1000-1999
Lifetime Products Inc Sport & Athletic Equip. Mfg 1000-1999
Smith's Marketplace Dist. Distribution Center 1000-1999
Wal-Mart Discount Department Store 1000-1999
ATK Space Systems Aerospace Mfg 500-999
Davis Hospital And Medical Center Hospital 500-999
Fresh Market Grocery Store 500-999
Lakeview Hospital Hospital 500-999
Lofthouse Bakery Products Food Mfg 500-999
Management & Training Corp Job Training Services 500-999
South Davis Community Hospital Inc Hospital 500-999
State of Utah State Government 500-999
Utility Trailer Manufacturing Co. Truck Trailer Mfg. 500-999

Cost of Living

The cost of living in Davis County is roughly the average for the United States. The chart below shows the cost of living of Ogden (neighboring Davis County to the north) compared to the national average:

Cost of LivingSource

Cost of Living

Comparative Wages

The median household income in Utah from 2008-2010 was $59,857, which ranks 8th in the nation. However, the average wage in 2010 was only $39,390, placing Utah 35th in the nation.Source Nevertheless, Davis County’s median household income for 2006-2010 was $66,866. Source

Ogden-Clearfield Metro Statistical Area Occupational Wages June 2010 Source
Occupation $/hr Occupation $/hr Occupation $/hr
Accountants and Auditors 30.80 Financial Managers 43.98 Office Clerks, General 11.62
Aerospace Engineers 39.76 First-Line Supervisors 17.11 Packers and Packagers 8.90
Automotive Mechanics 18.31 General and Operations Managers 36.60 Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks 16.07
Bookkeeping 15.81 Human Resources Assistants 17.91 Pharmacists 51.86
Carpenters 16.50 Janitors and Cleaners 9.84 Police and Sheriffs Patrol Officers 21.87
Cashiers 8.66 Landscaping Workers 10.73 Receptionists and Information Clerks 10.07
Child Care Workers 8.56 Lawyers 50.61 Retail Salespersons 11.18
Computer Programmers 27.99 Librarians 22.50 Secretaries not Legal, Medical, Executive 13.23
Computer Support Specialists 21.07 Loan Officers 28.45 Security Guards 11.57
Construction Laborers 12.24 Maintenance and Repair Workers 18.35 Tellers 10.52
Construction Managers 36.52 Marketing Managers 45.14 Waiters and Waitresses 9.26
Electricians 20.70 Nursing Aides 10.73    

Library

Davis County Library Locations Source

Davis County Library Map Clearfield Syracuse Layton Kaysville Farmington Centerville Bountiful

There are 7 branches in the Davis County Library System. Most branches offer free Wireless Internet Access to people with a Davis County Library Card. For more information or to search their book catalog, go to the Davis County Library Website or email them with questions at library@daviscountyutah.gov.

Davis County Library Open Hours
Day of Week Open Hours
Monday-Thursday 10AM to 9PM
Friday-Saturday 10AM to 6PM
Sunday Closed

  • Syracuse Northwest Branch Syracuse Library 1875 South 2000 West
    Syracuse, UT 84075
    (801) 825-7080
  • Clearfield North Branch Clearfield Library 562 S 1000 E
    Clearfield, UT 84015
    (801) 825-6662
  • Layton Central Branch Layton Library 155 N. Wasatch Dr.
    Layton, UT 84041
    (801) 547-0729
  • Kaysville Branch Kaysville Library 44 North Main
    Kaysville, UT 84037
    (801) 544-2826
  • Farmington Headquarters Farmington Library 38 S 100 E
    Farmington, UT 84025
    (801) 451-2322
  • Centerville Branch Centerville Library 45 S. 400 W.
    Centerville, UT 84014
    (801) 294-4054
  • Bountiful South Branch Bountiful Library 725 S Main St.
    Bountiful, UT 84010
    (801) 295-8732

Regional Mall

Layton Hills Mall Location Source

Where Layton Hills Mall is in relation to Davis County

The Layton Hills Mall is the premiere mall in Davis County. As of September 2010, the main anchor tenants of the mall are Cinemark Tinseltown USA, Macy's, JCPenney, and Dick's Sporting Goods, as well as a food court.

The mall hours are: Monday - Saturday 10AM to 9PM, Sunday Noon to 6PM.

For more information about Store Listings, Store Coupons, Events, or Leasing Information, go to http://www.shoplaytonhills.com.

For movie times and tickets go to: Cinemark Movie Times.

Liquor & Smoking Laws

As with other States, Utah requires residents to be at least 21 years of age to buy or consume alcohol. Previously, a “private club membership” was required to enter bars, but has recently been eliminated. Liquor can be purchased through restaurants, pubs, and clubs, with mixed drinks and wine available between Noon and 1:00AM, and beer between 10:00AM and 1:00PM. Packaged beer is available at grocery and convenience stores.Source Packaged liquor, wine, and heavy beer are sold at Utah State Liquor Stores, two of which are in Davis County, the Layton and Bountiful Stores; click the link for the addresses, phones, store hours, and maps of Utah State Liquor Stores.

The Utah Indoor Clean Air Act prohibits smoking in places where the public has regular access; many lodging facilities contain smoking rooms or have designated smoking areas.Source

Geography & Climate

Geography

Satellite Map of Davis CountySource

Geography of Davis County Weber County Wasatch
Mountain
Range
Great Salt Lake Antelope
Island
Salt Lake County

By total land area, Davis County is the smallest county in Utah. Its total area is 634 square miles (304 sq mi of land; 329 sq mi of water).Source Davis County is part of the Wasatch Front; to its north is Weber County, to its south is Salt Lake County, to the west is the Great Salt Lake and then Box Elder and Toole County, and to the east is the Wasatch Mountain Range and Morgan County.

The average elevation in Davis County is approximately 4,200 feet, with the highest peak in the county of Thurston Peak at 9,707 feet.Source

Climate

Avg Monthly Temperature & Precipitation Davis County, UT Source

Average monthly precipitation and temperature ranges for Davis County, UT

Davis County is considered by scientists to be in a cold semi-arid climate, which means the climate can feature warm to hot summers and cold, sometimes very cold winters, as well as major temperature swings between day and night by as much as 55 degrees Fahrenheit.Source

The coldest temperatures in Davis County occur in January with an average low of 20°F; whereas the hottest temperatures occur in July with an average high of 89°F.

Annual precipitation levels average between 18 and 25 inches, with the month of May being the highest with an average of 2.7 inches and the month of July being the lowest with only 0.98 inches. It must be noted that due to Davis County’s bordering relationship with the Great Salt Lake, an occurrence called “Lake-Effect Snow” can produce above average snowfalls because cold winds from the west move across the long expanse of the Great Salt Lake’s warmer water, providing energy and picking up water vapor which freezes and is deposited onto the relatively narrow section of Davis County that is sandwiched between the Great Salt Lake to the west and the Wasatch Mountain Range to the east.Source This can lead to snow during the winter on the valley floor of Davis County of roughly 60 inches and on the high bench areas up to 90 inches.Source

Education

Public Elementary & Secondary Education

Elementary Schools

Davis County Elementary School Boundaries Source

Davis County School District Elementary Boundaries For a very high resolution (street level) view of the map above see High Resolution Elementary School Boundary Map

There are currently 59 Elementary Schools in the Davis County School District. A listing of all the elementary schools' website and phone number is given next:Source

Junior High Schools

Davis County Junior High School Boundaries Source

Davis County School District Junior High Boundaries For a very high resolution (street level) view of the map above see High Resolution Junior High School Boundary Map

For the school year 2010-2011, there are 15 junior high schools in the Davis County School District. A listing of all the junior high schools' website and phone number is given next:Source

High Schools

Davis County High School Boundaries Source

Davis County School District Junior High Boundaries For a very high resolution (street level) view of the map above see High Resolution High School Boundary Map

For the school year 2010-2011, there are 8 high schools in the Davis County School District.. A listing of all the high schools' website and phone number is given next:Source

Private Elementary & Secondary Education

Davis County is home to private elementary and secondary educational institutions.

Charter Schools

Davis County is also home to charter schools.

Public Colleges & Universities

Weber State University Davis Campus

Weber State University Ogden & Davis Campus Map Source

WSU Ogden and Davis Map

Weber State University is the premier university in the Weber County and Davis County area. Weber State offers over 200 certificate and degree programs, as well as offering 11 graduate degrees. In addition to regular classes, Weber State University offers online courses, distance learning, independent study, and evening classes. For residency requirements for in-state tuition go to the Residency for Tuition Purposes page. The course catelog is given next: Weber State University Catalog.

Vocational Colleges & Centers

Davis Applied Technology College (DATC)

Davis Applied Technology College Map Source

DATC directions from I-15 map

The main vocational college in Davis County is the Davis Applied Technology College. A detailed listing of the DATC Schools and their individual programs can be found on their Catalog.

Private Vocational Colleges

Given below is contact information for private vocational colleges in the Davis County, UT area:

Hospitals

There are two main hospitals in Davis County, the Davis Hospital and Medical Center and Lakeview Hospital. To compare both the Davis Hospital and Medical Center and Lakeview Hospital use the US Health & Human Services Hospital Compare Service.

  • Davis Hospital and Medical Center Davis Hospital and Medical Center 1600 West Antelope Drive
    Layton, Utah 84041
    1-866-431-Well http://www.davishospital.com Davis Hospital currently has 225 beds and a 21 bed emergency department. Their services include a behavioral health unit, breast care, diabetes care, diagnostic imaging, emergency care, heart care, intensive care unit, maternity care, orthopedics, pediatrics, rehabilitation, senior services, sports medicine, surgical services, therapy services, tomotherapy, and wound healing.
  • Lakeview Hospital Lakeview Hospital Bountiful 630 East Medical Drive
    Bountiful, UT 84010
    (801) 299-2200 http://lakeviewhospital.com Lakeview Hospital in Bountiful has 128 licensed beds, 226 physicians. Their services include behavioral health, cardiovascular health, emergency services, hospitalist care, hyerbaric and wound care, imaging and radiology, spiritual support, surgery, urology, and women services.
  • South Davis Hospital South Davis Community Hospital 401 South 400 East
    Bountiful, Utah 84010
    (801) 295-2361 http://www.sdch.com South Davis Community Hospital offers skilled nursing care, long-term acute care, assisted living, orthopedic rehabilitation, long-term acute and transitional care, physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, respitory therapy, recreational therapy, and music therapy.
US Department of Health & Human Services Medical Expenditure Panel Survey 2009 Source
Private Sector Data Ogden-Clearfield, UT Data
Average total single premium (in dollars) per enrolled employee at establishments that offer health insurance $3,790
Average total employee contribution (in dollars) per enrolled employee for single coverage at establishments that offer health insurance $876
Average total family premium (in dollars) per enrolled employee at establishments that offer health insurance $11,099
Average total employee contribution (in dollars) per enrolled employee for family coverage at establishments that offer health insurance $3,221
Average total employee-plus-one premium (in dollars) per enrolled employee at establishments that offer health insurance $7,978
Average total employee contribution (in dollars) per enrolled employee for employee-plus-one coverage at establishments that offer health insurance $2,268

Housing

Q4 2010-2011 Median Price of Houses Sold Comparison Source
City 2011 Home Median Sales Price Q4 2010 Home Median Sales Price Q4 % Change
BOUNTIFUL 202,000 195,000 3.58%
CENTERVILLE 217,775 232,435 -6.31%
CLEARFIELD 140,000 160,000 -12.50%
FARMINGTON 287,750 269,500 6.77%
KAYSVILLE 235,000 263,000 -10.65%
LAYTON 236,000 222,132 6.24%
LAYTON 174,900 170,000 2.88%
NORTH SALT LAKE 212,450 218,500 -2.77%
SYRACUSE 220,450 220,000 0.20%
WOODS CROSS 198,150 208,450 -4.95%

The US Housing and Urban Development proposes the following Fair Market Rents for Davis County in 2012: Source

  • One-Bedroom - $593
  • Two-Bedroom - $730
  • Three-Bedroom - $1,004
  • Four-Bedroom - $1,187

Public Administration

Davis County

Davis County Board of Commissioners Source

Davis County Commissioners John Petroff, Jr; P. Bret Millburn, and Louenda H. Downs

The Davis County Government is governed by three elected Board of Commissioners that serve 4-year terms that overlap. Currently, the Commission Chair is John Petroff, Jr., the Commissioner is P. Bret Millburn, and the Commission Vice-Chair is Louenda H. Downs.

Services provided by the county include General Government: Property Tax Assessment and Collecting, Auditing, Budgeting, Elections, Marriage Licenses, Passports, Real Estate Records, Criminal Justice Services, and Ordinance Enactment and enforcement; Educational Services: Libraries and Agricultural Extension; Social Services: Senior Programs; Recreation and Tourism: Golf Courses, Tourism and Travel Facilities, and County Fair; County Support Services: Correctional Facilities, Emergency 911, Police Protection, Paramedic and Ambulance, and Animal Control; Public Health: Mental Health and Substance Abuse, Vehicle Inspection and Maintenance, Environmental Health, and Health Education and Promotion; Unincorporated Areas: Fire Protection, Road Construction and Maintenance, Building Inspection, and Business Licenses.

Davis County Department Contact Information Source
Department Phone Location Room #
Aging Services (801) 451-3377 50 E State Street Farmington, UT - 84025 218
Animal Services (801) 444-2200 1422 E 600 North Fruit Heights, UT - 84037  
Assessor (801) 451-3249 28 E State Street Farmington, UT - 84025 117
Attorney (801) 451-4300 800 W State Street Farmington, UT - 84025  
Building Inspection (801) 451-3279 28 E State Street Farmington, UT - 84025 221
Childrens Justice Center (801) 451-3560 125 S Main Street Farmington, UT - 84025  
Clerk/Auditor (801) 451-3213 28 E State Street Farmington, UT - 84025 136
Commission (801) 451-3200 28 E State Street Farmington, UT - 84025 128
Community & Economic Development (801) 451-3278 28 E State Street Farmington, UT - 84025 221
Corrections/Jail (801) 451-4200 800 W State Street Farmington, UT - 84025  
Davis Park Golf Course (801) 544-0401 1074 Nichols Road Fruit Heights, UT - 84037  
Elections (801) 451-3589 28 E State Street Farmington, UT - 84025 136
Emergency Preparedness (801) 451-4100 800 W State Street Farmington, UT - 84025 Sheriff's Office
Environmental Health (801) 451-3296 99 S Main Street Farmington, UT - 84025  
Events Center (801) 451-4080 151 S 1100 West Farmington, UT - 84025  
Facilities Management (801) 451-3208 28 E State Street Farmington, UT - 84025 212
Flood Control-Public Works (801) 444-2230 1500 E 650 North Fruit Heights, UT - 84037  
Health Department Administration (801) 451-3340 50 E State Street Farmington, UT - 84025 205
Information Systems (IT) (801) 451-3347 28 E State Street Farmington, UT - 84025 24
Justice Court (801) 451-4488 800 W State Street Farmington, UT - 84025 Courtroom 2
Library (801) 451-3360 38 S 100 East Farmington, UT - 84025  
Personnel (801) 451-3415 28 E State Street Farmington, UT - 84025 218
Planning & Zoning (801) 451-3278 28 E State Street Farmington, UT - 84025 221
Public Works (801) 444-2230 1500 E 650 North Fruit Heights, UT - 84037  
Purchasing (801) 451-3492 28 E State Street Farmington, UT - 84025 101
Recorder (801) 451-3225 28 E State Street Farmington, UT - 84025 119
Risk Management/Insurance (801) 451-3439 28 E State Street Farmington, UT - 84025 218
Sheriff (801) 451-4100 800 W State Street Farmington, UT - 84025  
Surveyor (801) 451-3290 28 E State Street Farmington, UT - 84025 209
Treasurer (801) 451-3243 28 E State Street Farmington, UT - 84025 118
Valley View Golf Course (801) 546-1630 2501 E Gentile Layton, UT - 84041  
Vehicle Emissions Testing Center (801) 546-8860 20 N 600 West Kaysville, UT - 84037  

Davis County Police & Fire Services

For Police, Fire, and Medical emergencies in the Davis County area dial 911. For non-emergencies call the Davis County Dispatch (801) 451-4150 or for more specific numbers see the tables below:

Law Enforcement Numbers in Davis County Source
Law Enforcement Contact Number
Davis County Sheriff's Office (801) 451-4100
Davis County Sheriff's Records (801) 451-4106
Davis County Jail (801) 451-4200
Davis County Jail Records (801) 451-4213
Davis County Animal Services (801) 444-2200
Davis County Personnel Office (801) 451-3415
Bountiful Police Dept Dispatch (801) 298-2600
Centerville City Police Dept (801) 292-8441
Clearfield Police Dept Dispatch (801) 525-2806
Clinton City Police (801) 614-0800
Farmington City Police Dept (801) 451-5454
Hill Air Force Base Security (801) 777-1522
Kaysville City Police Dept (801) 546-1131
Layton City Police Dept Dispatch (801) 497-8300
Metro Narcotics Div (Davis Co) (801) 336-3555
South Weber City Office (801) 497-3177
State Parks (Antelope Is) (801) 773-2941
Sunset City Police Dept (801) 825-1620
Syracuse City Police Dept (801) 825-4400
West Point City Police Dept (801) 776-0970
Wood Cross City Police Dept (801) 292-4422
Utah Highway Patrol Office (801) 477-8131
Utah Wildlife Office (801) 476-2740
Davis County AP&P Office (801) 451-4700
Fire Department Numbers in Davis County Source
Fire Departments Contact Number
Davis Metro Fire (801) 677-2400
Clinton Fire Dept (801) 774-2679
Farmington Fire Dept (801) 451-2842
Kaysville Fire Dept (801) 544-2860
Layton Fire Dept (801) 336-3940
Sunset Fire Dept (801) 825-1629
Syracuse Fire Dept (801) 825-4400
South Weber Fire Dept (801) 476-8907
Crime in Davis County Cities 2009 by Crime Type Source
City Population Violent Crime Murder Forcible Rape Robbery Aggravated Assault Property Crime Burglary Larceny-theft Motor Vehicle Theft Arson
Bountiful 44591 56 0 15 10 31 1147 156 954 37 2
Centerville 15763 10 0 0 1 9 387 41 328 18 0
Clearfield 27913 49 0 10 8 31 860 112 713 35 7
Clinton 20745 19 0 7 4 8 335 47 272 16 1
Farmington 17788 3 0 3 0 0 166 29 127 10 0
Kaysville 26363 18 0 8 3 7 426 73 331 22 0
Layton 65947 115 0 21 23 71 1953 240 1647 66 4
North Salt Lake 14026 5 0 2 0 3 350 114 194 42 0
Sunset 4892 4 0 1 1 2 130 26 100 4 0
Syracuse 24168 18 0 4 0 14 312 50 258 4 5
West Bountiful 5402 2 0 1 0 1 210 18 181 11 0
Woods Cross 8946 12 0 4 3 5 233 36 177 20 1

Cities of Davis County

Davis County City Boundaries Source

Davis County Cities

A list of all the cities in Davis County along with their contact information, website, and brief description is given below:

Mayors of Davis County

Mayor Joe Johnson   Bountiful Mayor Joe Johnson
  Phone: (801) 298-6146
  Email: jjohnson@bountifulutah.gov
  More Info:
http://www.bountifulutah.gov/mayorcouncil.aspx
     
Ronald G Russell   Centerville Mayor Ronald G. Russell
  Phone (Centerville City Hall): (801) 295-3477; Mayor Cell: 560-8692
  Email: Use this contact form
  More Info:
http://www.centervilleut.net/government.mayor.html
     
Don W Wood   Clearfield City Mayor Don W. Wood
  Phone (Economic Development): (801) 525-2788 ; City Office: (801) 525-2700;
Mayor Residential Phone: (801) 388-8143
  Email: Use this contact form
  More Info:
http://www.clearfieldcity.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=126&Itemid=44
     
Mitch Adams   Clinton City Mayor Mitch Adams
  Phone: (801) 614-0720
  Email: mayor.adams@clintoncity.com
  More Info:
http://clintoncity.net/CityGovernment/Mayor/tabid/66/Default.aspx
     
Scott Harbertson   Farmington Mayor Scott Harbertson
  Phone (City Office): (801) 451-2383
  Email: scottharbo@msn.com
  More Info:
http://www.farmington.utah.gov/government.mayor.html
     
Todd Stevenson   Fruit Heights City Mayor Todd Stevenson
  Phone (City Office): (801) 546-0861
  Email: tstevenson@fruitheightscity.com
  More Info:
http://www.fruitheightscity.com/index.aspx?NID=79
     
Steve A Hiatt   Kaysville City Mayor Steve A. Hiatt
  Phone (Mayor's Office): (801) 546-7570
  Email: mayor.hiatt@kaysvillecity.com
  More Info:
http://www.kaysvillecity.com/city_council.council_members.html
     
Steve Curtis   Layton City Mayor Steve Curtis
  Phone: (801) 336-3800
  Email: scurtis@laytoncity.org
  More Info:
http://www.laytoncity.org/public/CityGov/mayor.aspx
     
Len Arave   North Salt Lake City Mayor Len Arave
  Phone: (801) 680-0745
  Email: mayor@nslcity.org
  More Info:
http://www.nslcity.org/Directory.aspx?EID=3
     
Jeffery Monroe   South Weber City Mayor Jeffery G. Monroe
  Phone: (801) 479-5213
  Email: Use this contact form
  More Info:
http://www.southwebercity.com/elected_officials.citycouncil.html
     
Chad Bangerter   Sunset City Mayor Chad Bangerter
  Phone: (801) 809-0652
  Email: mayor@sunset-ut.com
  More Info:
http://www.sunset-ut.com/aboutcc.html
     
Jamie Nagle   Syracuse City Mayor Jamie Nagle
  Phone (City Office): (801) 825-1477; Economic Development: (801) 614-9626
  Email: Use this contact form
  More Info:
http://www.syracuseut.com/YourGovernment/Mayor.aspx
     
Ken Romney   West Bountiful City Mayor Ken Romney
  Phone: (801) 298-3952
  Email: kromney@westbountiful.utah.gov
  More Info:
http://westbountiful.utah.gov/index.asp?Type=B_BASIC&SEC={8A475DB2-C250-4960-BC82-CFFE75E6C125}
     
Erik Craythorne   West Point Mayor Erik Craythorne
  Phone (City Office): (801) 776-0970
  Email: ecraythorne@gmail.com
  More Info:
http://www.westpointcity.org/council.htm
     
Kent M Parry   Woods Cross Mayor Kent M. Parry
  Phone (Cell): (801) 277-3630
  Email: kp-parrysinc@att.net
  More Info:
http://www.woodscross.com/index.asp?Type=B_LIST&SEC={5DB08386-BEAD-4ED5-87CA-C1A1EAB91906}

State of Utah

Governor Gary R. Herbert Source

Gary R. Herbert

The State of Utah has the 3rd highest population growth rate, the highest fertility rate, the 3rd highest life expectancy, the lowest median age, and the highest household size in the United States. In addition, Utah has the 7th lowest poverty rate, the 7th highest state with high school degrees, and the 17th highest percentage of citizens with bachelor's degrees in the US. The unemployment rate in Utah is the 14th lowest and the median household income is 10th in the nation.Source

For a list of agency links, see the State of Utah Agencies List. For people new to the state of Utah, see the Newcomers Guide, which is a list of useful links for newcomers of the state. To see tourism links see the State of Utah's Travel & Tourism landing page. For business links see Starting a Business, Relocating a Business, Running a Business, and Business Resource Centers

See Business Online Services for everything from searching available business names, to a One-Stop Business Registration, to the Annual Business Renewal.

Taxes

The State Income Tax Rate is 5%. One must file a Utah Income Tax Return when:Source

  1. Every Utah resident who must file a federal income tax return
  2. Every non or part-year resident with income from Utah sources who must file a federal return
  3. Taxpayers wanting a refund of income tax overpayment regardless of the income amount; or
  4. Every individual with Utah income that meets the following requirements found on the webpage: Who Must File a Utah Income Tax Return

For information about registering vehicles in utah see the Utah Department of Moter Vehicles page. For the motor vehicle exact fees see Registration Taxes and Fees.

Attractions

For more visitor attractions and information, see the Davis Area Convention and Visitors Bureau.

  • Antelope Island State Park 4528 West 1700 South
    Syracuse, UT 84075
    (801) 773-2941 http://stateparks.utah.gov/parks/antelope-island Home of 500 bison, Antelopte Island offers backcountry trails, horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking, and in the winter cross country skiing. Click to see maps and a trail map. An Antelope Island State Park Video is available. You can also make reservations for campsites here. Occurring generally on Labor Day weekend, the Antelope Island Stampede is a weekend of hot air balloons, live music bands, and entertainment.
  • Boondocks 525 South Deseret Drive
    Kaysville, Utah 84037
    (801) 660-6800 http://www.boondocks.com/public/kaysville/ 20 Lanes of Bowling, Miniature golf, bumper boats, go carts, batting cages, laser tag, rollerball (miniature bowling), and arcade. KAYSVILLE Boondocks regularly hosts corporate events for companies of all sizes. Meeting Rooms feature LCD projector, wireless mics, WIFI and more.
  • Bountiful Davis Art Center 745 S Main Street
    Bountiful, UT 84010
    (801) 292-0367 http://www.bdac.org Bountiful Davis Art Center is the premiere art gallery in Davis County. To see their current exhibitions times and details click Exhibitions. The art center is also known for its Bountiful/Davis Summerfest International program that brings in international performers to bring cultures together and to give local Davis County residents a unique international experience.
  • Cherry Hill 1325 South Main
    Kaysville UT, 84037
    (801) 451-5379 http://www.cherry-hill.com Cherry Hill offers a waterpark, a miniture golf course, batting cages, rock climbing, and camping. To see pricing and schedules, click Pricing and Schedule
  • Davis Arts Council 445 N. Wasatch Drive
    Layton, Utah 84041
    (801) 546-8575 http://www.thedavisarts.org Partnering with Layton city, private donors, and business sponsors, The Edward A. Kenley Centennial Amphitheater was constructed. With this facility residents can attend the Summer Concert Series, Free Sunday Night Concerts, Free Wednesday Night Movies, Arts in the Park, theatrical productions, and adult and children cultural/educational workshops.
  • Hill Aerospace Museum 7961 Wardleigh Rd. Building 1955
    Hill AFB, UT 84056-5842
    (801) 777-6868 http://www.hill.af.mil/library/museum/index.asp This Air Force museum contains more than 90 military aircraft, aerospace vehicles, and missles as well as other historical artifacts. Admission is FREE, but donations are accepted. To watch a video of the museum, click Hill Aerospace Video (Requires Windows Media Player).
  • Snowbasin Resort 3925 E. Snowbasin Rd.
    Huntsville, UT 84317
    (888) 437-5488 http://www.snowbasin.com Though technically in Weber County, Snowbasin, a Sun Valley Resort, and an official venue of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games is, according to Google Maps, only 38 minutes from the Davis Chamber of Commerce. During the winter, Snowbasin offers world class skiing and snowboarding with 113 runs, 9 lifts, and 3,000 acres of total skiable area. For ticket information go to Snowbasin Winter Rates. And during the summer, Snowbasin offers gondola rides and hiking and biking.

Hiking, Biking, & Horse Trails

Davis County Trails is where you can find information and maps for over 123 trail heads, 230 miles of hiking trails, 45 miles of bike lanes, 93 miles of paved shared trails, and six gold medal miles in Davis County, UT. Our trails offer a wide variety of outdoor experiences. Everything from a casual stroll to a strenuous wilderness trek. View Trail Map.


Utilites & Transportation

Electricity

As of February 18, 2010, the electric bill for a 700kWh/month residential bill is approximately $62.74 per month.Source Most power in Davis County is received through Rocky Mountain Power. For Rocky Mountain Power residential customer service, call toll free 1-888-221-7070. For business customer service call toll free 1-866-870-3419.

Natural Gas

Utah Lowest Gas Rates in US Source

utah has the lowest gas rates in the country

As of August 1, 2010, the gas bill for a 82 Dth/year residential bill is approximately $60 per month, this is the lowest in the continental United States.Source The provider of natural gas in Davis County is Questar Gas. To contact Questar Gas call toll-free 800-323-5517, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Telephone

For phone service, prices vary by retailer. Some of the popular land line phone services are Qwest and Comcast. A basic residential land line can be had for roughly $25/month, of course features and bundle pricing can influence the pricing.

Water, Sewer, & Refuse

To give an example of water, sewer, and refuse fees in Davis County, the fees for the most populous city in Davis County, Layton, will be given (in Layton, fees are charged every 2 months, so the figures are every 2 month fees): Water - $21.10, Sewer - $27.90, Garbage - $20.20, Storm Drainage - $9.20. Details for Layton City, can be found here.

Bus Transportation

In Utah, UTA is responsible for bus transportation, as well as rail and lightrail. For Davis County routes click Davis County Route Schedules. Click Trip Planner for bus route plans based on a starting and ending destination.

Air Transportation

Davis Chamber to Salt Lake International Airport Source

davis chamber of commerce to salt lake international airport map

Located to the south of Davis County, in Salt Lake County, is the Salt Lake International Airport. From the Davis Chamber of Commerce to the Salt Lake International Airport, Google estimates the time to be 31 minutes. For more information, click Salt Lake International Airport. Delta Airlines has a major hub in Salt Lake City, for a list of other airlines that service Salt Lake International Airport go to airline links.

Interstates

The major north-south US Interstate in Utah and for Davis County is I-15, for a live map of traffic flow, accidents, slow downs, see Utah Department of Transportation CommuterLink. The only other US Interstate is I-84, which skirts along the northern border of South Weber City.

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