Fall Clean Up

Green Waste Only  *  Bagged   *   Bundled   *   Boxed October 15th – 19th The City has scheduled the fall Green Waste Pick Up for October 15th-19th 2018; collection will be on your regular garbage day. The volume of material may, however, delay collection. The regulations mentioned below MUST be followed when placing material out for collection. All materials must be in … Continue reading Fall Clean Up

Community Question Corner

Question: Can I store landscaping materials on the road? Answer: No. The simple answer is that you cannot store landscaping materials on the roadway during home improvement projects. The storm water rules prohibit the storage of landscaping materials along the curb of any street regardless of the time frame. The storage of these materials on public property always leaves residue which ultimately is washed into … Continue reading Community Question Corner

Employee of the Month

Trent Wilkins Trent, or “Ottis” as his coworkers prefer to call him, has been with the City for 16 years. He is the Sanitary Sewer Superintendent. There is about 100 miles of sewer lines in the City that Trent and his staff clean, maintain and monitor. Trent holds a Level III Waste Water Collection certificate with the State of Utah. Trent works hard and is … Continue reading Employee of the Month

How Snow is Removed From City Streets

How Snow Is Removed From City Streets We want everyone to better understand the procedure the City will be using. Because we do not know when or how much snow we will receive, we follow a basic plan for removal and adjust accordingly. If a storm hits during the night, the Police Department will call out the crew as needed. Certain streets of the City … Continue reading How Snow is Removed From City Streets

2018 General Election

The 2018 General Election will be held Tuesday, November 6th. The following races will appear on the ballot: • U.S. Senate – All ballots • U.S. House of Representatives – All ballots • State Senate – (Part of Ogden City, ALL – Riverdale, South Ogden, Washington Terrace, Uintah City). • State Representative – All ballots • County Commissioner (2 seats) – All ballots • County … Continue reading 2018 General Election

Weber High PTSA Needs Your Help!

We are the Weber High PTSA! Our mission is to support ALL students at Weber High. In the last several years, the PTSA has not held a fundraiser. We know that so many people in our community are asked to support fundraising efforts by Weber athletes and students participating in clubs. However, this year, we have been asked by Weber High administration to raise money … Continue reading Weber High PTSA Needs Your Help!

North Ogden’s Mayors Message

We will be celebrating Labor Day the first Monday in September, which is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of the American worker. It is a tribute to the workers who have contributed to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country. It also marks the end of summer vacations and activities. For some parents it is a glorious holiday because your child will … Continue reading North Ogden’s Mayors Message

Community Question Corner

Question: Who owns my water meter? Answer: The City owns and maintains the water meters. Homeowners own and maintain the waterline on the home side of the meter. Over the past several years, the City has been replacing the existing water meters and radios throughout the City. These pieces of equipment are owned and maintained by the City. For this reason, the City has an … Continue reading Community Question Corner

Employee of the Month

Detective Paul Rhoades Paul Rhoades has worked for the North Ogden Police Department since August 1995. He is educated with a bachelor’s degree from Weber State University. He is currently in charge of special functions in the department. This job includes grant writing, special functions, compiling reports regarding stats, department public information officer, as well as his detective job. He is very knowledgeable in the … Continue reading Employee of the Month

Community Question Corner

Question: What am I allowed to do with the creek bed through my property? Answer: Several of the homes and properties in North Ogden City have creeks, irrigation channels, drainage channels, wetlands, or other waterways through their property. It is important to remember that anything done in these areas which alter the flow or direction of water must be approved by the city engineer’s office, … Continue reading Community Question Corner