LAYTON, Utah (ABC 4 News) – Layton neighbors are fighting a plan to develop 107 acres southwest of the 2200 West and Hill field Road intersection.
It’s called the “West Layton Village” development.
City leaders approved mixed use zoning, which would allow developers to intermingle single family, multi-family and commercial properties.
Neighbors gathered more than 6,000 signatures to oppose the development. Their efforts will put propositions 2 and 3 on the November 6 ballot.
Enough no votes would force the City to separate single homes from multi unit housing and keep commercial property from standing in neighborhoods.
City councilman Jory Francis says the development will move forward regardless of the vote.