Located across the lake from Antelope Island State Park, the City of Kaysville was the first city incorporated in Davis County. It has a long, rich history and used to be the site of Kay’s Fort. But the city has grown since then, and now boasts a population of around 30,000. The city continues to grow and is expected to increase in the years to come.
Young, Educated Families
Kaysville has a very young population compared to the Utah average. But at the same time it also has an extremely well-educated population. Over a third of the population has at least a bachelor’s degree. And the schools in Kaysville are some of the highest-rated in the district. Centennial Jr. and Davis High received scores of 10/10 and 9/10 last year, respectively. If you have school-aged children, Kaysville should be at the top of your list.
Urban Amenities with a Low Cost of Living
Kaysville is between Layton and Farmington, both of which have great entertainment and shopping venues. And with its own freeway exit, the city has plenty of retail, restaurants, and shopping areas of its own. But the cost of living is quite low— at or below the Utah average across the board. Homes are also well-priced, and with options available from the high 100s and above, you should be able to find the home that is perfect for your family.
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