Davis County Connector
Davis County Connector

We hope you take a minute to read some of the IMPORTANT,  HELPFUL, and FUN information for Davis County.  Read an important message from our commissioners who stay busy serving in various capacities that contribute to the community.

A Message from the Davis County Commission
Commissioners: Bob Stevenson, Lorene Kamalu, Randy Elliott

The Davis County Commission holds public meetings at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday mornings. Live streaming of the commission meetings was instituted in 2019, and it's a good thing. In addition to making the public meetings easier to follow or watch at a later time, the live streaming provided a way for everyone to tune in during extraordinary times when updates were needed and the meeting room became limited in capacity.

Each of the three commissioners has a lengthy portfolio of assignments and responsibilities that include county departments, regional boards, and various committees. The work is challenging and meaningful and the commissioners work long hours to benefit Davis County. View Portfolios Here >>

Current News Status Updates:

The Clerk/Auditor, his team, an internal budget committee, and the Commission work closely to wisely use the $69 million dollars allocated to Davis County from the State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF) which is part of the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA.) The U.S. Treasury has guidelines we follow and we are committed to wise, conservative use of the funds. Large, one-time projects which are self-sustaining and provide a long-term impact are being discussed, in addition to continuing the County Health Department's COVID response.

Our Director of Health (who is also an epidemiologist) and his team have worked closely with the Davis School District throughout the entire COVID pandemic, and they continue to do so as school begins. Public health is not addressed in the U.S. Constitution; the authority for it is given to the states. Title and Chapters of Utah Code >>

Davis County has been recognized in the state and in the nation for the way we have responded to the pandemic. The drive-through mass vaccination clinic was truly remarkable. 95% of County residents age 70+ have chosen to be vaccinated. 45% of our junior and high school students are fully vaccinated and 55% have had at least one dose so far. The numbers of vaccinations in the 12-15 age group are still climbing steeply. We look forward to a vaccine approved for youth under age 12 later this year or in 2022.

Countless people in many organizations have given their all to protecting and serving residents, and they still do. The Health Department Director also gives credit to members of our community who have largely done their part. However, there is more work to do! When we focus on the local data and efforts, it's a lot less stressful and confusing. Here is the Davis County COVID dashboard to follow the local data: Covid-19 Dashboard >>

For information about public work sessions, commission meetings, and other public hearings, go to the Utah Public Notice Website >>

Attention Davis County Property Owners:
Deadline to Appeal Property Valuation Assessments is September 15th. To apply for a review of the market value of a property, submit applications by this date. Download Application Form >>
Pfizer Vaccine : FDA Approved
The Pfizer vaccine is now FDA approved. The 2 dose Covid-19 vaccine is available for anyone 12 and older at the Davis County Senior Activity Centers located in Clearfield, Kaysville, and Bountiful. Hours vary by location. Appointments are recommended.

For questions or help scheduling an appointment,
call 801-525-4900 (M-F 8:30 am - 5:00 pm).

Where to find testing for Covid-19?

Testing Locations List >>

Lost vaccination card?

Call 801-525-5022 - vaccine records, M-F 9am - 4pm
Back to School

After a great summer here in Davis County, kids are back in school and fall is on its way! We're ready for colorful leaves, cooler temperatures for fall hikes, pumpkins and pumpkin spice!  

Get in the mood for fall with the First Annual Scarecrow Walk at the USU Botanical Center which is open September 9 - 18th (dawn to dusk). Log some river mileage with North Salt Lake's "Get to the River" event for the Jordan River Paddle on September 25th for a 3-mile paddle in a canoe or kayak! If you're craving more live music there are three more concerts at the Kenley Amphitheater including: Three Dog Night, Air Supply, and Erica Hansen (a women of country tribute performance).

Davis County will see the premier of two new theatre performances on September 24th: The Scarlet Pimpernel from CenterPoint Legacy Theatre and Dreamgirls from On Pitch Performing Arts!

Frightmares at Lagoon starts on September 10th.

Tag us @discoverdavis to connect on social media. We love to see the FUN you’re having in Davis County! 

Follow Discover Davis on Facebook, Instagram and our blog for more upcoming events and things to do in Davis County!

Davis Heritage Festival 2022
The new event celebrating the heritage of Davis County replaces the Davis County Fair and will be planned and hosted by the USU Botanical Center. The Davis Heritage Festival will be a family-friendly event held annually in the spring in conjunction with Baby Animal Days. The inaugural Davis Heritage Festival is planned for May 19-21, 2022.
Clear The Shelter Event

September 10th, 5 - 9 PM

Animal Care of Davis County
1422 E. 600 N., Fruit Heights

All adoption fees* will be waived and we will have staff provide information about your chosen pet. Please note that our animals are either spayed or neutered. You are welcome to bring your family members and do a meet-and-greet with your dogs and ours. We hope to find good families for our residents and "clear the shelter" as we look forward to the new season.

Our shelter will be closed during the day and will reopen for this particular event.

*Animals who have not been spayed or neutered will not be allowed to be adopted that day. Only animals available for adoption will have their adoption fees waived.


Davis County Library - Storytime  
We are hosting in-person storytimes at all our locations. Check out the current schedule and take a look at other fun, free programs below!
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Davis County is Hiring!
The Davis County Human Resources is eagerly searching for new 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!
Davis County Offices will be closed for the following holidays: 


September 6th - Labor Day  
Please forward to family, friends, and neighbors!