Ogden City Cemetery Clean Up, March 16

The Ogden City Cemetery crews will begin clean up of all holiday and floral arrangements on Monday, March 16. Patrons are encouraged to pick up all flowers and grave decorations before that date. Remembrances can be placed back on the graves after March 20. Questions and concerns can be answered by calling the Ogden City Cemetery office.

Spring Beer Fest, March 21

Spring Beer Fest is back for another round on Saturday, March 21. A rally of the best craft beverages and pairings in Northern Utah, Spring Beer Fest brings together local chefs, brewers and producers in an amazing historic setting. Join in at the historic Ogden Union Station from 5 - 9 p.m. for local brews, delicious bites and music. Spring Beer Fest is a ticketed, 21+ event. The $20 admission ticket includes three sample pours and one $5 food voucher. Designated driver tickets are available for $10. For tickets and more information, visit the Spring Beer Fest 2020 event page on Facebook.

20 Years Running - America First Credit Union Ogden Marathon

Voted a top-ten marathon for first-time marathon runners by Runners World and Shape.com, the Ogden Marathon returns to Ogden on May 16. More than 8,000 running enthusiasts will descend scenic Ogden canyon and experience the town from the soles of their feet. In addition to the 26.2-mile marathon option, participants can choose from a 13.1-mile half marathon,five-person relay team, 5K, or the ever-popular Kids K. The only way to finish a marathon is to take the first step. Register online below!

Beware of Hot Surface Burns

Roughly 70,000 people went to hospital emergency departments because of contact burns in 2018 (National Electronic Injury Surveillance System-NEISS). To avoid the risks of contact burns on hot surfaces, practice these safety tips:

Always supervise children around hot objects. This includes tools like hair appliances that should be unplugged when not in use.

Have caution while cooking. Try using the stove back burners, always have hot pads available and turn off all devices when leaving the area. Remember to keep all pot handles turned back, away from the stove edge.

• Watch the surrounding area. Keep the space around hot objects clear of trip hazards. Wear shoes when walking on hot pavement or sand, and protect pets by keeping them away from these areas as well. Maintain a 3-foot “safety zone” around glass fireplace doors that can remain hot for 1 hour+ after use.

Learn more about burn protection by finding information and tips on the Ogden City Fire Department social media pages.

Engage with the Ogden City ConPlan

Ogden City is asking for public input for compiling the Five-Year Consolidated Plan for July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2025 (ConPlan). This plan helps to identify and prioritize housing, community development and economic development needs and strategies. The plan is submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as a part of the funding process for the Community Development Block Grant and Home Investment Partnerships Grants. If awarded, those grants will be used to provide better housing and living environments within local neighborhoods and expand economic opportunities in the City. To get involved:

  • Listen in on a City Council work session that discusses Fair Housing issues in Ogden and ConPlan priorities for funding on February 25 at 4 p.m. in the Ogden City Council 3rd floor conference room. Comments can be sent by email fairhousing@ogdencity.com
  • Read the City HUD plans on the Ogden City website and offer comments. The draft ConPlan is available for review and feedback April 3 through May 4.
  • Attend the City Council work session that discusses finalizing the ConPlan on April 21 at 4 p.m. Residents can also attend the public hearing to adopt the ConPlan, tentatively scheduled for May 12 at 6 p.m. in the Ogden City Council Chambers. Comments can be set by mail (Ogden City Community Development, 2549 Washington Blvd, #120, Ogden UT 84401)

Emergency Preparedness: Get a Kit

Assembling and maintaining a portable 72-hour emergency kit is essential for emergency preparedness. Supplies that support the vital health and personal needs for each individual in a household should be included with the following tips.

  • Keep personal kits simple, light in weight, and easy to update according to seasonal needs. Carrying options can include a compact backpack, which leaves hands free.
  • Don’t overlook including important items. A flashlight and battery radio with fresh back-up batteries, essential medications, cash and a list of key contact information are essential to include.
  • Position kits with quick access in mind. Of the two most likely responses to a wide range of emergencies, the possibility of evacuation should drive storage and

Find complete programs and packing list resources on the, visit the Be Ready Utah web page.

City Council Meetings | Council Chambers | Tuesdays 6 p.m.

Ogden Trails Network | Public Works Building | Third Thursdays 4:30 p.m.

City Planning Commission | Municipal Building | First Wednesdays 5 p.m.

Recreation Reminders

  • Youth Recreation Baseball/Softball Registration NOW OPEN
  • Mighty Mites Indoor Soccer Registration end 3/16/20
  • Adult Spring Indoor Volleyball Registration end 3/16/20
  • Adult Spring Basketball Registration ends 3/23/20
  • Adult Spring Flag Football Registration ends 3/23/20
  • Adult Spring Softball Registration ends 4/29/20

Need Warmer Skies?

Find out where the Ogden-Hinckley Airport can take you this winter through Allegiant Airlines online.

MAKE Ogden Survey

The MAKE Ogden initiative will transform how the City grows over the next 5 - 10 years. Citizens can contribute to an online survey that will record their opinions on what the greatest development needs within the community are and guide upcoming project efforts.

Art Grants Cycle Deadline

The 2020 Ogden City Art Grants Cycle will close on March 13. All information on the grant application process can be found online.

Own in Ogden

Own in Ogden down-payment assistance loans are available for qualifying individuals and properties.


Be Idle Free in Ogden this Winter

To help raise awareness of the adverse effects of idling vehicles, the Ogden City Council and Mayor Mike Caldwell proclaimed February 2-8 as “Idle-Free Week” in Ogden City. Follow Ogden City Council online and on Facebook for Idle Free education and action tips.



Presidential Inauguration @ Weber State University

Presidential Inauguration @ Weber State University

Martin Luther King Freedom Breakfast @ Marshall White Center

Martin Luther King Freedom Breakfast @ Marshall White Center

Martin Luther King Freedom Breakfast @ Marshall White Center

Martin Luther King Freedom March

OPD at Martin Luther King Freedom Breakfast @ Marshall White Center

Ogden City Makers Event @ The Fifth Floor

Firefighter Roberts and Service Dog, Copper, Celebrating National Hug Day

The Last Cottages of Christmas Village Being Taken Down


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