Updates from Governor Gary Herbert
Utah is aiming to reopen restaurants and Gyms and resume elective surgeries in early May. The plan is contingent on continued adherence to hygiene and social distancing rules. This plan unveiled by Gov. Herbert is set to gradually reopen the economy. Visit governor.utah.gov for the most up-to-date information.
Utah State Parks are currently open with some limitations where local health orders are in place. Visit https://stateparks.utah.gov/2020/03/16/covid-19-updates/ for a chart of which parks and amenities at parks are currently open.
All Utah National Parks are listed as closed as of 4/25. On 4/22, President Trump announced they will reopen, but there is not a timeline to say when this will take effect. Visit https://www.nps.gov/state/ut/index.htm for the most up to date information.
School closures have been extended to the end of the school year. Weber High Cheer Tryouts: Send an email to email@example.com, and she will add you to the chat. This needs to be your WSD Student email. Being a part of this Google Hangouts is a way that the cheer coach and advisor will update you on tryouts and other important information.
Fun Things to Do
All the races are canceled, but don’t let that keep you from running. Join a virtual race by visiting
Join in on a free Hansen Art Studio Art Class on Facebook!
Drop off your extra food or supplies and pick up what you need at the Tri-City Exchange at 2067 North Washington Blvd., Ogden, Utah.
May 7, 14, 21, 28 rehearsals of the North Ogden Community Band will not occur on these dates due to the Corona Virus. Please check with our web page at www.northogdencity.com/parksrec/page/community-band, for any changes. They will be back in action as soon as restrictions are lifted.
North Ogden Residents:
May 9, 11-15, 16: Spring Cleanup 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Large dumpsters will be staged at the Green Waste Facility to accept the following items FOR FREE for North Ogden Residents. Large household trash items (furniture, mattresses, bed frames, ect), used tires and car batteries (no household batteries), green waste including branches leaves, weeds, ect, dried out paint (must be dried with kitty litter, not sand dirt or anything else), appliances and electronics.