LAYTON — The city will swap property with the Davis School District on Oakridge Drive as part of a city project to build a new water tank.
The city council finalized a land swap with the district at a recent meeting by a unanimous vote.
The swap involves a 19,000-square-foot parcel of property owned by the city at approximately 2000 East Oakridge Drive and a 28,000-square-foot parcel owned by the district.
The city will pay the district $16,000 as part of the agreement for the bigger parcel of property.
City Attorney Gary Crane said the new property will allow the city to potentially have a place for a pump station.