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Kaysville, Utah

Kaysville, Utah, is a city in northern Davis County, bordered by Layton to the north, Farmington to the south, Fruit Heights to the east, and the Great Salt Lake to the west.  Mormon pioneers arrived and began to settle the area in 1847.  The settlement was initially named "Kay's Ward" after William Kay, one of the first settlers in the area and a local Mormon leader at the time.  Kay's Ward grew quickly; by 1850, 300 settlers inhabited the area.  After adopting the name "Kaysville," the settlement was officially incorporated in 1868, making it the first incorporated city in Davis County. Today there are almost 32,000 people who reside in Kaysville.

Kaysville is known for it's safety, convenient location, and many wonderful amenities.  As for its crime rate, Kaysville ranks below national averages for both violent crime and property crime, according to BestPlaces.net.  As for its location, Kaysville is located within 20 minutes of Ogden and 30 minutes of Salt Lake City.  In addition, Kaysville residents are within short driving distance of many local attractions, including Boondocks Family Fun Center in Kaysville, Cherry Hill and Davis Park Golf Course in Fruit Heights, and Lagoon Amusement Park in Farmington.  Kaysville City offers many amenities and services to its residents, including numerous public parks, recreational activities, and much more. Known as one of Davis County's largest agricultural areas, large farms can still be found in the area, creating open spaces and views for residents to enjoy. Living in Kaysville offers residents a rural feel. Most residents own their homes with a demographic of both families and young professionals.

Things to Do

Though Kaysville has a rural community feel, you will find no lack of options in this town when it comes to amenities, recreation and entertainment. Some of the area attractions include Cherry Hill Water Park, Boondocks Fun Center, Get Air Trampoline Park, and the Kaysville Theatre. Residents also enjoy visiting the local parks and there are almost a dozen of them. Access to recreational areas such as Bair Canyon and East Mountain Wilderness Park provides a convenient lifestyle for residents who enjoy hiking, biking and spending time in nature. The USU Botanical Gardens in Kaysville is a wonderful place to visit, where you can view rare plants, learn about the local flora and fauna, relax in the gardens and even sign up for a gardening class.

Schools
Catalyst Center9 - 12
Centennial Jr High7 - 9
Columbia SchoolK - 6
Creekside SchoolPre - 6
Davis High10 - 12
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Real Estate in Kaysville

Kaysville is located within 20 minutes of Ogden and 30 minutes of Salt Lake City.  Kaysville residents are within short driving distance of many local attractions, including Boondocks Family Fun Center in Kaysville, Cherry Hill and Davis Park Golf Course in Fruit Heights, and Lagoon Amusement Park in Farmington.  Kaysville City offers many amenities and services to its residents, including numerous public parks, recreational activities, and much more. Kaysville is known for it's safety, convenient location, and many wonderful amenities.  As for its crime rate, Kaysville ranks below national averages for both violent crime and property crime, according to BestPlaces.net. Known as one of Davis County's largest agricultural areas, large farms can still be found in the area, creating open spaces and views for residents to enjoy. Living in Kaysville offers residents a rural feel.

311 N Seemore Drive, Kaysville UT 84037 06