January Connector
We are happy to have reached our one year mark with The Davis County Connector. This digital newsletter is presented to you by the Davis County Commission Office with input and expertise from many individuals in other Davis County departments. Our goal has been to provide information that is IMPORTANT, HELPFUL, and FUN related to Davis County. We hope you subscribe and share this newsletter with others as we strive to stay connected in Davis County.
Davis County has a few big projects in the works this year. More information below!
Learn about volunteer opportunites for seniors in Davis County. More information below!
Find new activities, events, and destinations in Davis County, learn more about DiscoverDavis below!
Looking Forward in 2022
The Memorial Courthouse on State Street in Farmington is undergoing renovations with a completion date expected later in the year. Various county legal departments will be located in this historic building. There will be an event space on the second floor for county functions and the surrounding landscape will provide outdoor gathering spaces.
The new Davis County Jail Medical Observation Unit is under construction after years of planning and design. This new facility, with 14,095 square feet on the first floor, will provide improvements for the care and well-being of those who are incarcerated. The observation unit will accommodate up to 33 inmates, provide tel-med services, exam rooms, negative pressure cells for infectious diseases, male and female dorms, superior observation lines, rec yards and dayrooms, and state of the art control and nurses stations. Completion is scheduled to be in May 2022. 
Construction will begin sometime this year on an indoor/outdoor arena for the new Agricultural Heritage Center at the USU Botanical Gardens in Kaysville. 
Plans are being made for a renovation of the existing driving range at Davis Park Golf Course. This project is anticipated to be completed in 2022. 
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Retired and Senior Volunteers

The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program’s (RSVP) mission is to assist individuals aged 55+ in finding meaningful volunteer opportunities in which to share experiences, abilities, and skills for the betterment of community and self.  Specifically designed to provide a variety of opportunities to meet varied interests and time, the program lets volunteers decide how much time to give, where to serve, and what type of work they do.

To start volunteering or for more information, join a Q & A Presentation at the Clearfield Library Auditorium (1 North Main, Clearfield) on Monday, January 14th at 4:00 PM.

Senior volunteers are needed for many different areas: Antelope Island, crafts, tutoring, companionship, and more. If you can't make the presentation, call RSVP at (801) 525-5094 and learn how it can help YOU while you help others! 

Meet your Commissioners

Randy Elliott (left), Lorene Kamalu (center), Bob Stevenson (right).
For more information about our commissioners please use this link below.

Blood Drive
North Davis Senior Activity Center,
42 S. State St., Clearfield
Monday, January 17, 2022
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sponsored by Davis County’s AmeriCorps Seniors RSVP for MLK Day of Service
To donate or for more information, contact Jackie Smith at jmsmith@co.davis.ut.us
or 801-525-5094.
4th Annual Community Resilience Symposium
Register now to join this virtual event to help individuals, households and the community become more resilient. Presenters for this event include:
  • Lexie Kite, PHD - Body Image
  • Jacob Hess, PHD - Self Care
  • Mathew Portell, M.ED - Trauma
This annual event is hosted by Commissioner Lorene Kamalu, Davis County Human Services Directors, and Davis Technical College.
Discover Davis

Check out the new discoverdavis website and find all the fun things to do in Davis County. Search for family-friendly activities, outdoor fun, restaurants and shopping, and so many ways to play in Davis County.

Here are a few things to do in January:

  • Attend CenterPoint Legacy Theatre's play, "The Play that Goes Wrong", opening January 14th.
  • Try the Ice Bumper Cars at Station Park, running through January 29th.
  • Skate at the Bountiful Ice Ribbon.
  • Visit one of the indoor amusement centers, Boondocks and The Rush.

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
Pet Vaccine Clinic
Pet Vaccine Clinic at Backyard Dog Care and Boarding, 1475 W. Center St. #300, North Salt Lake
January 8th from 11AM-3PM
All vaccines will be $8. For Davis County residents only, limited to 2 pets. *Sign up required.
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, January 17th
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day