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Davis County Resource Assessment

Davis County Resource Assessment

Davis County is located between Salt Lake and Weber counties in the heart of the Salt Lake/Ogden metropolitan area. This central location provides unparalleled access to the Salt Lake International Airport, Hill Air Force Base, Antelope Island and the Great Salt Lake and other cultural, retail, commercial, entertainment and recreational opportunities within Davis County's 15 cities.

Davis County consists of 630 square miles and has the smallest land area of the 29 Utah counties. Only 223 square miles is actual usable land. Antelope Island adds another 42 square miles to the land area. The remainder is part of the Great Salt Lake.

Average low winter temperatures: 20.6 degrees; average high summer temperatures: 92.8 degrees; average precipitation: 18.71 inches.

Davis County Land Use Map

Complete Assessment - Land Use Statistics

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Davis County, Utah Resource Assessment (PDF, 1.11 MB)

Summary Assessment - Land Use Statistics

Land Use Acres
Grain Crops 6,000
Conservation Reserve Program  
Grass/Pasture/Haylands 10,000
Orchards/Vineyards 300
Row Crops 1,000
Shrub/Rangeland 50,000
Water 215,000
Wetlands 5,000
Developed 47,700
County Total 335,000