The official election results will be posted on Nov. 22

City Council members Jim Urry and Lynn Satterthwaite did not run for reelection in 2017. Two seats will be filled after the city gets the official results on Nov. 22. The unofficial results as of Nov. 7 have Blake D. Cevering winning 30.66% of the votes, Sara L. Fawson close behind with 29.16%, Julie Anderson with 20.10%, and Ryan Barker with 20.07%. Brent Taylor ran unopposed … Continue reading The official election results will be posted on Nov. 22

City Council Update: The council approves to raise the height of the Prominent Point town homes

The council modified the number of units in the agreement at The Village at Prominent Point. Call said they were modified in another part of the agreement previously but they weren’t changed in all parts of the agreement.  Changes include 107 town homes instead of 101, 28 patio homes instead of 26, and 68 independent living units instead of 80. The council approved to increase … Continue reading City Council Update: The council approves to raise the height of the Prominent Point town homes

City Council Update: The council discusses illegal street parking in the winter

“A few illegally parked cars were nicked by the wing of a snowplow last winter,” said John Call, the City Attorney. He continued, “We recommend we be strict.” The council considered different ways to protect all the residents in the city. Mayor Brent Taylor said, “The city’s insurance will not cover any damages when cars are parked on the road when the vehicles shouldn’t have … Continue reading City Council Update: The council discusses illegal street parking in the winter

City Council Update: The city receives a 4.5M federal grant for a pond

Mayor Brent Taylor said, “We were selected for a major federal grant in construction of a community pond. We asked for 4.5million and we think the entire amount is going to be approved. Councilman Jim Urry said he wanted to know what strings are attached with the grant. They tabled this item till next week for further discussion. Mayor Taylor gave an update on the … Continue reading City Council Update: The city receives a 4.5M federal grant for a pond

City Council Update: the city will not regulate whether the new town homes will be rented or owned

Joint work session The meeting began with a joint work session. The council approved some of the discussed adjustments to the Multi Use development on Washington Blvd.  The council decided the city will not regulate whether the town homes will be rented or owned. John Call, the City Attorney, said, “I’ve never seen a city make that a part of a requirement. It is usually … Continue reading City Council Update: the city will not regulate whether the new town homes will be rented or owned

Blake Cevering For City Council

Dear Lynn, thank you for giving me the opportunity to express my thoughts concerning these questions.  It has helped me clarify my views. While being on the city council would be a new experience for me, I am eager to learn and dedicated to hard work. Thank you for the mental exercise! Highest regards, Blake. Blake Ceverings responses to questions Q1. Please discuss the value … Continue reading Blake Cevering For City Council

Ryan Barker For City Council

Ryan Barkers responses to questions 1. Please discuss the value you attach to the following places and events in North Ogden: North Shore Aquatic Center, City Parks, Cherry Days, Chalk Art Festival, AYSO, N.O. Limits Half Marathon, Sr. Citizens Center. As a lifelong resident of North Ogden, I see and consider each of these places and events vital to the community of North Ogden: North Shore: I … Continue reading Ryan Barker For City Council

Sarah Fawson For City Council

Sarah Fawson – Response to questions 1. Please discuss the value you attach to the following places and events in North Ogden:  North Shore Aquatic Center: North Shore Aquatic Center is a fun facility that North Ogden residents and residents from surrounding communities enjoy. My goal for the North Shore Aquatic Center would be that at some point it would become a financial asset instead of … Continue reading Sarah Fawson For City Council

Julie Anderson for City Council

Julie Anderson responses to questions 1. Please discuss the value you attach to the following places and events in North Ogden: Each of these things is great things within our city. So I have listed them in my value order and why City Parks – Parks and green space are an integral part of this city. We need places where we can come as families and … Continue reading Julie Anderson for City Council

Town Hall meeting: More apartments, townhomes, and single family dwellings are being built 

 North Ogden Mayor Brent Taylor and John Call, the North Ogden city attorney and city administrator, said the city needs the multi use development in order to meet requirements for state law. A good portion of the 63 public comments on the Mayor’s facebook live town hall broadcast related to this project. Call said, “The state requires cities to incorporate moderate income housing into their … Continue reading Town Hall meeting: More apartments, townhomes, and single family dwellings are being built 

City Council Update: Lance Call is sworn in as the new Chief of Police

Lance Call being sworn in at the City Council meeting. Photo provided by North Ogden City  Lance Call was sworn in as the new Chief of Police who is a former American Fork Chief of Police. Mayor Taylor described Call as having a calm demeanor, steady hand, and extreme depth of professional experience. Call said he plans to come in with his ears open so … Continue reading City Council Update: Lance Call is sworn in as the new Chief of Police

Executive Summary of North Ogden City Council Meeting August 8th 2017

August 8th 2017 3800 N in the Highland Subdivision Protection strip proposed so that bordering land owners would not get a windfall of property value without helping pay for the development of the road. As property is developed along this road, new homes would pay a percentage of the cost of the road and utility development. Some cities allow developers to put in half width roads … Continue reading Executive Summary of North Ogden City Council Meeting August 8th 2017