Kaysville is a charming town located in Davis County, Utah, known for its rich history and preserved landmarks. Surrounded by stunning natural beauty, plus offers easy access to nearby cities like Farmington and Salt Lake City. Kaysville is an ideal destination for those seeking a blend of small-town charm and big-city excitement.

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*Current population (residents) is a projection of the latest US Census estimate via source. Median sales price and number of homes sold via Utah Real Estate (MLS).

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An old agricultural booklet


Originally known as "Kay's Creek" or Kay's Ward, Kaysville was first settled in 1850 by Latter-Day Saint pioneers who were searching for feed for stock. In 1868, the name was changed and Kaysville became the first incorporate city in Davis County.


A charming town with a small-town atmosphere, breathtaking views of the mountains, and modern conveniences make Kaysville a popular choice for families and retirees.


Activities and Attractions

Kaysville boasts a variety of local amenities including parks, theaters, and shopping centers. Its welcoming community and annual celebrations make it a great place to connect with others and create lasting memories. 


Nestled between two increasingly commercial cities, Kaysville provides you with a small-town feel without sacrificing any modern conveniences. With a local grocery store, dollar movie theater, and annual 4th of July celebration, it's the kind of place where people really know their neighbors. Come and see why so many people are flocking to buy homes in this quaint, history-filled town.

Kaysville is a growing city but still has that small-town atmosphere and feel. It is a wonderful place to raise a family or retire and enjoy the empty nest life. We are located close enough to the big cities to enjoy the nightlife, skiing, etc but off the beaten path enough to still enjoy quiet, peaceful living.

I love Kaysville! From the little, old-fashioned theater on Main Street, concerts in the park, and my favorite restaurant Orlando's to everything in between. 5 minutes to Farmington for amazing shopping and restaurants in Station Park and less than half an hour to the airport and Salt Lake City. Almost everywhere has a view of the mountains to the East and it's just a short drive to Antelope Island and the Great Salt Lake. Kaysville is a very active town for hikers and bikers, plus gyms, pickleball courts, and plenty of parks for soccer and more. It's a place everyone who leaves always wants to come back to.