Your Personal RV Buying Guide

Q: It’s vacation time! We’re thinking about buying an RV, but RV lots seem so intimidating! How can we fight that stress?  A: Nothing beats a summertime road trip, but long hours in the car can really kill a vacation. That’s the beauty of recreational vehicles. The road IS the destination; anywhere you go, you’ve got luxury-class accommodations! Here are 3 questions to ask yourself before you … Continue reading Your Personal RV Buying Guide

City Council Update: Council is considering increasing property taxes

The council is considering having a ten or five percent increase of property taxes. Councilman Carl Turner said they’re thinking through every option at this point and City Attorney Jon Call suggested searching through the budget to find areas they can cut to get the funding they need. Call said Ogden and South Ogden have property tax rates that are almost triple of North Ogden … Continue reading City Council Update: Council is considering increasing property taxes

March Employee of the Month:

Bruce Higley has worked for the City for almost 30 years. He spent several years in the public works department but has recently been one of the City building inspectors. Bruce also handles most of the building maintenance for the Police Station, City Hall, and Senior Center buildings. Bruce’s coworkers enjoy his kindness and genuine interest in their lives. He is always checking to see … Continue reading March Employee of the Month:

Scam Prevention’s for Citizens

In the digital world we now live in we can connect to anyone, anywhere in the world with the click of a button. Criminals are utilizing this technology to prey upon victims in an attempt to steal money or personal identifying information. There is no one that is immune to these threats. If you know what signs to look for when contacted by a scammer … Continue reading Scam Prevention’s for Citizens

Buyer Beware of Online Insurance Shopping

Heiner’s@ Central Insurance Companies There is no disputing that the internet has changed our lives in the past 15-20 years. It has altered how we live, shop, and interact with each other. Companies such as Facebook, Amazon, Google, and Apple have become household names. But technology has also brought the expectation that everything should be quick and easy. To meet this demand, some technology companies … Continue reading Buyer Beware of Online Insurance Shopping

March, the Month with an Identity Crisis!

March, the Month with an Identity Crisis! You have to feel sorry for the month of March. Poor March, the only month that suffers with a crippling conundrum of what he wants to be when he grows up. One day March is 65 degrees with magnificent spring sunshine, the crocuses are blooming, robins singing, people are smiling out in the yards, the next day, WHAM! … Continue reading March, the Month with an Identity Crisis!

Students Of The Month

Ashlyn Crowell Weber High School Ashlyn is always positive and bubbly. She is outgoing and is always encouraging her peers. She is friendly and greets everyone she meets with a bright smile. She is enthusiastic, and her enthusiasm is infectious! Ashlyn is also a hard worker. She isn’t afraid of admitting she has made a mistake, specifically because she has learned that a mistake is … Continue reading Students Of The Month

5 Tricks and Tips to help you create your own luck

1. Pursue worthwhile things that matter to you: Decide what it is, and read, study and learn everything you can about the subject. Put one foot in front of the other. Start moving forward and start learning as you go. I have often taught a new sales person to go get their nose bloodied, or go make mistakes. I don’t think you even know what … Continue reading 5 Tricks and Tips to help you create your own luck

Green Waste Facility Opening

GThe green waste facility located at 2700 North Mountain Road will open on March 18, 2019 (weather permitting). The hours of operation are: Mondays and Wednesdays: 3:00pm-6:00pm Saturdays: 9:00am-2:00pm  It will be closed all government holidays. You will need a Green Waste punch pass to enter. Passes will be sold to residents only at Public Works Facility (165 E Lomond View Drive) during office hours … Continue reading Green Waste Facility Opening

Pleasant View Youth City Council Update

PThe Pleasant View Youth City Council was proud to work with the Magic Yarn Project in January. This organization enables community volunteers to create handmade wigs for children across the world battling cancer and undergoing chemotherapy. It was incredibly rewarding to craft Jack Sparrow wigs for this amazing organization because they will bring smiles to the children who receive them. This was our second time … Continue reading Pleasant View Youth City Council Update

Map of Early Pleasant View

Have you ever wondered what Pleasant View looked like when families started to settle in this area. Native Americans were neighbors at different times of the year. When these families came they didn’t have empty houses available for purchase. They worked hard constructing living quarters from resources that were abundant in the area. They cleared fields and planted seeds for food. How blessed are we … Continue reading Map of Early Pleasant View

City Council Update: Possible changes to widen 400/450 may steepen residents’ driveways

The city council is considering including bike lanes, a sidewalk on one side, and a middle turning lane in a five lane road for the expansion of 400/450 East which connects with Washington Blvd.  A decision needs to be made by the end of March and construction is anticipated to begin spring of 2020. City Engineer Matt Harvardson needed  the council’s input  concerning what should … Continue reading City Council Update: Possible changes to widen 400/450 may steepen residents’ driveways

City Business Spotlight

Got a Sweet Tooth? The Dessert Factory is Here For You! Trevor, the owner of The Dessert Factory, has always loved to bake and describes himself as a hobby baker.  At 10 years old, he entered his German Chocolate Cake (without help from his mother) in the Utah State Fair and took first place.  Since that time, he has enjoyed trying new recipes and perfecting … Continue reading City Business Spotlight

PV Letter from Mayor

Many Projects Underway Spring is just around the corner. This is my favorite time of the year. The City blossoms into life, both figuratively and literally. People are able to get outdoors and enjoy this time of renewal. In that vein, I would encourage you to drive around the City and see what is happening. We have a lot of commercial buildings that have opened … Continue reading PV Letter from Mayor

Letter From Mayor North Ogden

Spring=Change I During the month of March we usher in the season of spring. It is a time when the earth begins a renewal process. It is a time when the earth awakens to a newness of life after the winter season. The flower buds, the leaf buds, and all vegetative growth begin to emerge as the earth takes on its fresh image. It is … Continue reading Letter From Mayor North Ogden

March Calendar of Events

Weber High School March 1-2 Boys basketball tournament March 12- Festival at CHS March 15- End of 3rd term March 16- PROM 8pm-10:30pm March 18- Start of 4th term March 19- Girls golf @ Bluff golf course 12pm-5pm, Boys soccer vs. Fremont @ 3:30 pm-5:30, Cheer tryouts 5-7:30pm March 20- Cheer tryouts 5-7:30pm March 21- Cheer tryouts 4-10pm, Girls golf @ Ben Lomond Golf Course … Continue reading March Calendar of Events

Brixton’s Baked Potato

When I first met my wife, she and I were both starving college students. This poorness was ever present in our grocery shopping. I would go to Melissa’s apartment and she would be eating dinner, which usually consisted of a baked potato. That was it. Sometimes, when she could afford it, she would put ketchup on the potato, but she couldn’t afford toppings. I thought … Continue reading Brixton’s Baked Potato