Aerospace:  "Davis County's positive attitude towards business, makes it a great place to start or move a company." Alan Hall, Grow Utah Ventures Inc.

Quality Employees:  "We have direct access to what is arguably the best segment of Utah's Workforce."  Clark Skeen, Quantronix

Crossroads Of The West: "Planes, trains and automobiles.  Whatever the transportation need, Davis County has it covered." Chris Hillman, Clearfield City Manager

A Great Place To Live:  "Davis County business and residents have access to state of the art health care facilities."  Diane Townsend, Business Development Director Davis Hospital

A Great Place To Work: "Davis County, Utah is the composite and aerospace center of Utah, home to the Intermountain West, Hill Air Force Base and many related businesses and contractors." Kent Sulser, Director of CED

Quality of Life:  "Davis Applied Technology College welcomes and supports new companies and provides high-level technical training and customized training services." Michael Bouwhuis, DATC Campus President


Why Come To Davis County Utah

Davis County is situated between the Great Salt Lake on the west and the Wasatch Mountain range on the east, Davis County, Utah is Salt Lake City's closest neighbor to the north.  Perfectly located, the county offers access to the Salt Lake International Airport within minutes, a well-qualified workforce, and world-class education opportunities... Read more »



Davis County, Community and Economic Development hosts four major events per year.  The Great Salt Lake Bird Festival which brings birders in from around the nation to view birds along the Wasatch Mtns. and Great Salt Lake.  The Commissioners' Cup Golf Tournament, Moonlight Bike Ride and Gala Event are held as fundraisers to support local non-profits.  All the funds generated from these events are put back into the local community... Read more »


Quality of Life

Davis County can boast a quality of life unequaled within the state.  Due to our size, it is only a matter of minutes before you find yourself enjoying hiking, fishing, camping, hunting, or swinging a golf club at one of our nine golf courses.  Davis County has a great quality of life with shopping, outdoor activities, arts, venues, concerts, and over 80,000 square feet of convention / meeting space.  There are over 250 miles of biking/hiking trails in Davis County, Lagoon Amusement Park, Antelope Island State Park, and world-class ski resorts nearby.  It is no surprise that Davis County has become so popular... Read more »



With the highest test scores and graduation in the state, Davis County has built a solid educational foundation.  There are 6 four year universities within 50 miles and numerous junior colleges that provide educated and trained employees.  The Davis Applied Technology College is recognized as one of the premier technical colleges in the State of Utah and is focuses on fulfilling the employee needs of businesses located in Davis County.  The institution maintains four national partnerships with international corporations providing the highest quality, state-of-the-art equipment in the world to train new and existing employees... Read more »


Workforce Capability

Davis County pulls workforce from both the northern and southern counties.  There are over 800,000 employees within a 30 minute commuting pattern.  Davis County has one of the youngest population in the state and nation with a higher than average college graduation rate.  Utah has a lower then average income compared to the nation which is a plus for businesses.  Due to the cultural influence over 30% of the population speaks a second language and Davis County is in the top five MSA's for call centers... Read more »


Transportation Benefits

Routes - Interstate 15 connects Davis County from north to south.  From any point within Davis County you are less then 5 miles from other major transportation points, including Highway 89, Legacy South and Parkway Scenic Byway... Read more »