February Connector
This month find information about emergency management in Davis County, a new location for Covid-19 vaccines, fun February activities, microchips for pets, and more. Subscribe to our newsletter and share with others.
Stay connected in Davis County.
Learn about Davis County Emergency Management to understand disaster preparation.
Vaccines will move from the Legacy Events Center to Bountiful/ Woods Cross Clinic.
Find new activities, events, and destinations in Davis County, learn more about DiscoverDavis below!
Emergency Management

Davis County’s Emergency Management operates under the Sheriff’s Office with the primary objective to mitigate bodily injury, loss of life, and property damage from natural and technological hazards that can result in disasters.

In recent years, Davis County has had a few significant hazards, including wind storms, an earthquake and the Covid-19 pandemic. Emergency Management works to mitigate, prepare for, respond to and recover from disasters that occur. They are focused on lowering the severity of impact from these disasters.

As individuals and a community, we are always better off if we are prepared. For information about Emergency Management in Davis County and to find resources, community programs, city management information and to sign up for emergency alerts, click on the button below.


Emergency Alerts include the following servies:

Community Notification Enrollment Sign up to be notified by your local emergency response team in the event of emergency situations or critical community alerts. Examples include: evacuation notices, bio-terrorism alerts, boil water notices, and missing child reports.
Utah Special Needs Registry
Residents with special needs, disabilities, and access and functional needs can provide information to emergency response agencies so those agencies can better plan to serve them in the event of emergencies.
Integrated Public Alert & Warning System (IPAWS) is FEMA’s national system for local alerting that provides emergency information to the public through mobile phones using Wireless Emergency Alerts.
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Vaccination Site Closure

The final day of the Davis County Health Department drive-thru COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at Legacy Events Center in Farmington was January 26, 2022. This clinic and the many individuals who helped make it a success have served the people of Davis County well during the past year.

With the closure of this clinic and a need to still provide vaccines to the community, DCHD will begin to operate a COVID-19 vaccination clinic at its Bountiful/Woods Cross location beginning February 1, 2022.

Davis County Health Department COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic
596 West 750 South, Woods Cross

Monday-Friday 9am-5pm

Appointments are required, click the button below to schedule online or call;
801-525-4900 M-F 8:30am-5pm

Let’s talk about Microchipping!

Did you know the largest part of Davis County Animal Care’s population are stray animals? A microchipped dog is twice as likely to be reunited with its owner and microchipped cats are 20 times more likely to be reunited with their owner!

What is a microchip, you ask? A microchip is a radio-frequency identification transponder that carries a unique identification number. When scanned by a vet or a shelter, this unique number links your information to your pet. Microchips are the size of a grain of rice and implanted under the skin of your pet. Most pets don’t mind the practically painless process and they enjoy the treat afterwards!

The average cost for a microchip is $25-$60 and includes implantation and national registration with 24 Petwatch. (Discounts for Davis County Employees)

Schedule your appointment today or call 801-444-2200.

Photo: Marcie Clark (Davis County Health Community Outreach); Lorene Kamalu (Davis County Commissioner); Lexie Kite, PhD (Co-author More Than a Body, nationally recognized expert on Body Image Resilience)
4th Annual - 01/28, 2022
Ready to Watch!

Have you, or someone you love:

  • Been dissatisfied with your body?
  • Been told you will suffer with a mental illness your entire life?
  • Struggled in school as a student, teacher, or administrator?

Watch the latest of our annual professional symposiums, designed for the layperson (all of us). Davis County leaders work together to present this Symposium every year on the last Friday of January. We bring in experts for being trauma informed, improving self care, and preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES.)

The taped conference is available long term for all to benefit from and share. *However, Lexie Kite’s content is proprietary and will only be on the Davis County YouTube site until February 14th.*

Sit back, relax, feel uplifted and informed.Please enjoy and share!

It’s time to Party! Which Party are you attending?
Maybe not the type of party you were thinking of, but February and March is the time to consider if you want to be affiliated and participate with a Political Party. A change in 2021 by the Utah Legislature makes March 31st the deadline for changing party affiliation. A few things to remember: some parties require affiliation to participate in their primary election, not all parties will have primary elections, and party affiliation doesn’t matter in the General Election.
Sheriff's Office
The Davis County Sheriff's Office is now hiring qualified, highly driven individuals who are looking to make a lasting difference.
  • Jail Operations Specialist
  • 911 Dispatcher
  • Corrections Officer
  • Deputy Sheriff
Discover Davis

Make plans for February. Here are a few things going on in Davis County.

  • The Davis Conference Center is holding a special Valentine's dinner buffet “Deliciously Together”. Call for reservations: 801-416-8888
  • For more Valentine’s specials, try Twig’s Bistro or Caffe Torino.
  • Bird watchers can look for bald eagles at Farmington Bay this time of year.
  • Visit one of the indoor amusement centers, Boondocks and The Rush.
  • Take a break at the new coffee shop on Bountiful Main Street called Split Leaf Coffee, there’s a lovely plant store in it called Pistil + Thorn.
  • Runners can sign up for the Sweethearts 5K & Cupid’s 1K sponsored by the South Davis Rec Center on February 12th.
  • Jane Austen fans might want to consider the Regency Period Celebration at the Clearfield Community Arts Center.  See the play, take the class, and dance at the ball February 12, 16-19. 

Davis County is Hiring!
We are eagerly searching for highly qualified individuals to join our amazing team. We are currently offering a wide array of career paths, and are looking forward to showing you how rewarding our environment, benefits, and services can be for our employees!
View Job Listings
Virtual Story Time
Davis County Libraries are hosting virtual stories told by our very own Children's Librarians! Register each week for the link to watch live!
Digital Magazines
Davis County Libraries now offers patrons Flipster, a NEW go-to resource for bestselling digital magazines. The magazines you know and love, available digitally. Use your library card to get started!
Offices will be closed
Monday, February 21st
Presidents Day