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== Quick History  ==
 
== Quick History  ==
  
The county seat of Davis County, Farmington has many well-preserved historic buildings, some of which are on the National Register, and many of which have been identified by the Farmington [http://www.farmington.utah.gov/historic_preservation_commission.main.html Historic Preservation Commission]. The city was one of the earliest communities in Utah and has a history.  
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The county seat of Davis County, Farmington has many well-preserved historic buildings, some of which are on the National Register, and many of which have been identified by the Farmington [http://www.farmington.utah.gov/historic_preservation_commission.main.html Historic Preservation Commission]. The city is one of the earliest communities in Utah and has a history.  
  
'''Former name:''' North Cottonwood
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'''Former name:''' North Cottonwood  
  
 
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Farmington,_Utah Wikipedia]
 
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Farmington,_Utah Wikipedia]

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United States > Utah > Davis County > Farmington

Quick History

The county seat of Davis County, Farmington has many well-preserved historic buildings, some of which are on the National Register, and many of which have been identified by the Farmington Historic Preservation Commission. The city is one of the earliest communities in Utah and has a history.

Former name: North Cottonwood

Wikipedia

City Hall

PO Box 160
130 North Main
Farmington, UT 84025

Resources

Cemeteries