West Davis

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(Please note that each update item is now color coded to correspond to a general area along the corridor alignment. Teal covers Centerville and Farmington. Light blue covers Kaysville and Layton. Dark blue covers Syracuse and West Point.)

East Frontage Road (Farmington) (NEW)

  • The East Frontage Road will be fully closed between 1400 South and 1700 South, tonight (November 19) through Monday morning, November 22, as crews connect the reconstructed north and south ends of the new road.
  • Prior to construction, the project team decided to shift the East Frontage Road to the east rather than significantly impact I-15. This shift is needed to build the northbound I-15 offramp to the northbound West Davis Corridor. Crews will still be working on drainage infrastructure, boring under I-15, and utility relocations as this shift occurs.
  • Paving and striping of the new East Frontage Road is anticipated to start on Monday, November 22. The road is expected to reopen to traffic by early December.

1350 South (Farmington) (NEW)

  • Paving operations are underway on 1350 South in Farmington. Curb and gutter have been placed and sidewalk and access ramps will be placed in spring 2022.
  • The Denver and Rio Grande Trail has now reopened to the public. The Legacy Parkway Trail is now closed through the duration of the project.

1525 West (Farmington) (NEW)

  • There will be flagging operations during daytime hours (7 a.m. to 5 p.m.) on 1525 West in Farmington from Friday, November 19 to Monday, November 29.
  • Trucks will be hauling material to and from the east side of 1525 West.

Glovers Lane (Farmington) (NEW)

  • Night work (9 p.m. to 6 a.m.) will occur intermittently through the end of November from Legacy Parkway to 950 North in Farmington.
  • To minimize long-term delays for drivers, debris clearing and interchange construction preparation between the West Davis Corridor and Legacy Parkway must occur during evening hours. This is due to the high volume of construction trucks and potential for traffic congestion that could be caused during the day. Glovers Lane will continue to be used as an approved haul route. Residents can expect increased noise, dust, equipment back-up alarms, and lights during this work.
  • Crews will complete pile driving activities between Glovers Lane and 1100 West this weekend during daytime hours. Please expect increased noise and dust during this period.
  • As early as Monday, November 29, crews will be placing asphalt on along Glovers Lane to serve as a temporary bypass road during future phases of construction. Overhead power lines, drainage lines at Glovers Lane/1100 West, and curb and gutter will be installed at a later date.

Bluff Road (Syracuse)

  • Installation of a new water line is underway on Bluff Road, progressing southward from 3000 West.
  • The Bluff Road southbound lane closure will be in effect until 2022.  Drivers will still be able to travel northbound on Bluff Road but will be detoured down 3000 West when traveling southbound.

700 South (Syracuse)

  • Crews are now installing drainage and sewer lines along 700 South between 3000 West and 4000 West in Syracuse.
  • To facilitate this work, 700 South is closed to thru traffic between 3000 West and 4000 West and detoured to Antelope Drive until early December. 700 South access is maintained for local traffic up to St. Andrews Drive and 3300 West.
  • There will be alternating north and south sidewalk closures and detours between 3300 West and St. Andrews Drive throughout this work. Access to one side of sidewalk will be maintained at all times.

Legacy Parkway (Farmington)

  • Nightly right lane closures will continue through November on southbound Legacy Parkway south of Glovers Lane as crews place temporary shoulder barriers.

I-15 (Farmington)

  • Crews will continue driving steel sheet piles to connect to the future West Davis ramp bridge along northbound and southbound I-15 north of Lund Lane.
  • These steel sheets will serve as future retaining walls for this portion of the corridor.
  • This work is scheduled to continue through early December.

Looking Ahead

  • Beginning in late November to mid-December, Central Davis Sewer District will be installing a new sewer line along 650 West in Farmington. Traffic impacts will be posted closer to the start date for this work. 
  • Several current and upcoming Syracuse City projects will coincide with West Davis construction.
    • North Davis Sewer District will be conducting work at 3000 West and 2900 South from early December until mid-December. This area will be closed to all traffic for approximately one month.
    • Paving work at 1200 South and 4500 West in West Point is anticipated to occur within the next several weeks.
    • Manhole installment/replacement work for the Black Island Farms development at 4000 West and 2200 South is anticipated to finish in Spring 2022.
  • There will be a single right lane closure on northbound Legacy Parkway from the evening of Monday, November 29 through Friday, December 3 while crews haul material and prepare for future pile driving activities.
  • There will be no work for the Thanksgiving holiday after noon on Wednesday, November 24. Work will resume the following Monday.

Ongoing Project Work

UDOT will continue with design work, utility coordination, debris clearing, fence installation, and drainage installation. The West Davis project team will also continue to coordinate closely with residents, businesses, city leadership, and other key stakeholders.

Schedule is subject to change due to equipment, material, utility and/or weather delays.

Project Overview

West Davis is a new 16-mile, 4-lane divided highway that will be constructed in western Davis County between the I-15/Legacy Parkway junction at approximately Glovers Lane in Farmington and the future extension of S.R. 193 in West Point. A map of the project alignment is available here.

Freeway-style interchanges with on- and off-ramps will be built at Legacy/I-15
(Farmington), 950 North (Farmington), 200 North (Kaysville), 2700 West (Layton), 2000West (Syracuse), and Antelope Drive (Syracuse).

West Davis will include over 10 miles of new trail and new trail connections to create a consolidated system connecting Emigration Trail to Legacy Parkway Trail.

Stay Informed

Questions? Comments? Contact the Public Involvement Team at 877-298-1991 or westdavis@utah.gov.

Follow West Davis on Facebook!

The West Davis Highway Facebook group is now live! Residents can now conveniently stay up to date on critical project information, impacts, activities, schedule, etc. and post questions for the project team. Click here to join!

Project Notices

Click below to learn about the Antelope Drive Frontage Roads State Environmental Study .

Click below to learn about the Layton Canal relocation construction project now underway .


Pre-Construction Design
2019 – Winter 2020

Spring 2021 – Winter 2024

Project Notices

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