Davis County Government provides county-wide services for Davis County, Utah including general government, administrative services, public safety, health services, public works, educational services, social services, and recreation and tourism services. An elected board of commissioners is the county’s governing body.
Davis County is one of the largest counties in Utah with over 325,000 residents living in fifteen cities. The county land area comprises 300 square miles of land between the Great Salt Lake and the Wasatch Range, and is bordered by Salt Lake City, Utah on the south and Ogden, Utah on the north. The county seat is Farmington, Utah.
Notable county features include Antelope Island State Park, Hill Air Force Base, Lagoon Amusement Park, and Station Park Shopping Center.