Category: Business Resources and Information

Dear Layton City Business Leaders: We need your feedback! YOU have a unique opportunity to help streamline state and city code to improve the success of your business. Please take a moment to provide valuable feedback about your business in the form of a brief survey. Utah state legislators and Layton City officials are currently […]

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Layton City’s Community and Economic Development department will resume its popular and educational Small Business Seminars in 2021. The seminars offer the opportunity for local business leaders to spend a lunchbreak learning how to make their business more successful. Before the coronavirus pandemic, classes were held in-person with a free lunch. The city plans to […]

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Layton City Mayor Joy Petro recently visited with Heidi Rhodes, owner of Touch of Class Dance Studio. The popular dance studio has been operating in the Layton community for 40 years. The mayor had the opportunity to watch dancers showcase their amazing skills. You can see the mayor’s visit to Touch of Class here: https://www.facebook.com/JoyPetroLaytonCityMayor/videos/2554345614858222 […]

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Funds are still available for small businesses through Layton City’s Small Business Financial Assistance Grant. These funds are provided by HUD and the grant is administered by the City’s Community & Economic Development department and available to local Layton City businesses impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The funds may be used by employers to offset […]

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In 2018, the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED), along with the Utah Department of Workforce Services (DWS), announced designated Opportunity Zones from the U.S. Treasury Department. GOED and DWS worked to obtain the nomination of low-income census tracts to be considered for opportunity zone designations. Layton City’s census tract #49011126001 is a qualified […]

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As a long-life resident, Layton City Mayor Joy Petro is eager to show why Layton is a great place to operate a business in a business-friendly community. The Mayor recently began producing a highly informative and entertaining weekly video series highlighting Layton businesses. Dubbed “Monday with the Mayor,” the videos show why residents and visitors […]

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