With Utah’s population growth among the highest in the nation, Layton City is expected to grow by about 32,000 new residents over the next 25 years, reaching a population of nearly 112,000 by 2045. A high birth rate in Utah accounts for about two thirds of the population increase, while a healthy economy attracts about […]

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Layton City’s department of Community and Economic Development is inviting feedback from the general public at its May 6, 2021 city council meeting to help develop the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Annual Action Plan. The CDBG program, for the 2021-2022 Program Year, is administered by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  It […]

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Did your restaurant take a hit during the COVID-19 pandemic? Then Layton City’s Community and Economic Development department wants your business to know about the upcoming Restaurant Revitalization Fund. Created through the American Rescue Plan, this new fund is designed to help local businesses that may not have been able to access the PPP during […]

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Do you need financial help after being impacted by COVID-19? You may be eligible for assistance with rent, utilities, security deposits, fees and overdue rent. The Utah State Department of Workforce Services has launched www.rentrelief.utah.gov for rental assistance statewide.  Davis County encumbered $10.7 million for the use of county households struggling to pay rent due to […]

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Layton City is well known in Utah as an ideal place to operate a business in a business-friendly community. Home to about 80,000, Layton citizens enjoy a thriving economy with consistent growth in business and career opportunities. With a vibrant culture and robust economic growth, it’s no wonder the city has achieved rankings as one […]

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