Pleasant View Mayor Message

Well, 2018 is in the books. What a joy it was to serve as your mayor this past year. I’m looking forward to another great year. I want to take this opportunity to thank our employees. They do a phenomenal job in the performance of their duties. There are many others that serve on your behalf as well. The City Council, the Planning Commission, the … Continue reading Pleasant View Mayor Message

From the Mayor of Pleasant View

I am writing this message the day after North Ogden Mayor Brent Taylor’s body returned back to Utah. It has been with a heavy heart and a very profound sadness that I have been reflecting upon the state of our world. This tragic event and deep loss has reminded me of the great contrast of good and evil and the battle we must all face … Continue reading From the Mayor of Pleasant View

Pleasant View Mayor Letter

November brings us two significant holidays. First there is Veterans Day. For our younger citizens, Veterans Day originated as Armistice Day on November 11, 1919, the first anniversary of the end of World War I. In 1954, President Dwight D. Eisenhower officially changed the name of the holiday from Armistice Day to Veterans Day. Unlike Memorial Day, Veterans Day pays tribute to all American Veterans … Continue reading Pleasant View Mayor Letter

From the Mayor: Leonard Call

There are four areas that I wanted to include in my message this month. First a big thank you from the City to the many citizens that helped look for a lost 11 year old in September. The outpouring of support was truly amazing. Thankfully she was located unharmed and rejoined her family. The next item was the scare that we had at Weber High … Continue reading From the Mayor: Leonard Call

Mayors Message: Pleasant View

We are just a few weeks away from the first day of autumn. The leaves will be flying in no time and hopefully temperatures will be reasonable for a time. I’m sure many of you are like me and enjoy a colorful and cool fall. Our children have returned to their various schools and we welcome our new charter school, Capstone Classical Academy which opened … Continue reading Mayors Message: Pleasant View

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!

Mayor’s Message Pleasant View

Mayor’s Message This month I would like to talk about two important matters that affect all of us: Recycling and Water. Back when I was on the City Council (2000-2007), we worked hard to bring recycling to our city. I’m afraid to report that our recycling program is in jeopardy of becoming too costly to continue. The problem that we, as well as other cities, … Continue reading Mayor’s Message Pleasant View

From the Mayor Pleasant View

Hello,  I would like to thank everyone who voted in this last election.  I hope you continue to support your elected officials and the City as you have done for me.  I have truly enjoyed my civic service.  There are many projects that need to be completed within the City. Here is a list:       Construction of Rulon White Bl.       Construction of the Sports … Continue reading From the Mayor Pleasant View

Pleasant View’s Emergency Plans

CERT is a program that has been in Utah for about 20 years. The purpose of this program is to educate those that can help so that they can remain safe and help those that need it. Back in 1998, six people from Pleasant View decided that they wanted to be more involved with helping their neighbors and community be prepared for any disaster that … Continue reading Pleasant View’s Emergency Plans

From the Mayor

It has been a busy summer with our construction projects. Some are starting to wrap up and others will be starting soon. Our annual maintenance projects are still underway, several roads have been rototilled and overlayed with new asphalt, while some got a slurry coat, along with curb and gutter replacement. There still are several spots throughout the City where the road has failed, in … Continue reading From the Mayor

October Calendar of Events

School Events October 2 Weber – Boys State Golf Tournament at Valley View Golf Course Weber – Swimming Try-Outs October 3 Weber – Boys State Golf Tournament at Valley View Golf Course Weber – Girls Soccer at Davis @ 3:30 PM Weber – Volleyball – Layton at Weber @ 5 PM NOJH – Softball – Snow Crest at NOJH @ 3 PM Orion – Softball … Continue reading October Calendar of Events

Economic Development Updates

Highway 89 North of 2700 N, in this area of the City, it too faces challenges on access to Highway 89 since this road is owned by UDOT as well. On the West side of the Highway, UDOT only allows three access points, 1100 W, 1325 W, and 1500 W. I consistently get asked, “Why doesn’t the city allow those properties to get developed?” It … Continue reading Economic Development Updates

From The Mayor

Truth and Taxation has been posted. Councilman Steve Gibson has asked me to provide another update on this. The City Council and I completely support our police department and the fact that we have our own police force. This increase is solely for the addition of a police officer. This will provide double coverage at the needed times to handle the ever increasing calls to … Continue reading From The Mayor

Let’s Go Hammocking

Everyone knows what a hammock is, a great place to catch some z’s while out by the lake or camping, right? Today hammocks are more popular than ever before. If you have a teenager, you have probably heard of the phenomenon. Teens love going “hammocking.” Even the online marketers have caught on and have started targeting teens with Instagram ads featuring celebrity teens who like … Continue reading Let’s Go Hammocking

Weber Area Dispatch Building Nearly Complete

The Weber Area Dispatch 911 and Emergency Services District building is almost complete. This has been in the works for many years. I currently service as the Chairman of the 911 district, I was placed on the board by our Weber Area Council of Government. This building project was estimated around $13,000,000 and through hard work and after looking at many options and the generous … Continue reading Weber Area Dispatch Building Nearly Complete