WHS Sterling Scholars

WHS Sterling Scholars Thirteen students are selected for their achievement in a specific subject, and will compete for scholarships. Each year at Weber High, a chunk of seniors are selected as Sterling Scholars for exceptional achievement in a specific subject. After compiling a portfolio of their work, the students are interviewed and judged based on proficiency and performance. According to their website, “The Sterling Scholar … Continue reading WHS Sterling Scholars

City Business Spotlight

Long-time North Ogden resident Kristy Pack owns and operates Pack Tax.  She, her husband, and five children love the family-oriented community of North Ogden.  Her business is family-friendly as well and she invites clients to bring their children to their appointment, as she has a wonderful playroom for them to enjoy. Pack Tax is new to North Ogden but not new to doing taxes. Kristy … Continue reading City Business Spotlight

From the Mayor

I would like to express appreciation to our city council, city staff, and the citizens of North Ogden for allowing me to continue to serve as mayor for the year 2019.  It is certainly an honor to serve in this capacity recognizing the wonderful residents who live in this city. During the month of February we celebrate three great holidays, Abraham Lincoln’s birthday, Valentine’s Day, … Continue reading From the Mayor

Question Corner

Question:  How do I set up automatic payments for utility bills? Answer: Several individuals have asked us about setting up automatic payments for utility billing. We have two processes. You can either fill out the form found at www.northogdencity.com/home/showdocument?id=17376 and deliver it with a cancelled check to our public works office at 165 East Lomond View Drive; or there is a simple online process to … Continue reading Question Corner

City Council Update: New police officer is sworn in & the Taylor’s accept scholarships from a foundation

  The council swore in Tracie Preece as the newest North Ogden police officer. Dennis Randall, from the Freedom Foundation of Valley Forge, recognized the service of the former Mayor Brent Taylor and presented the “We Believe in Heros Award” to Jenny Taylor. The foundation also offered each of the children all expenses paid scholarships to attend the Valley Forge youth leadership program when each … Continue reading City Council Update: New police officer is sworn in & the Taylor’s accept scholarships from a foundation

City Council Update: Chugg sworn in as Mayor for 2019

Brent Chugg was sworn in to office after the council selected him out of the other four candidates to fill the Mayor’s seat for 2019. Chugg will continue serving as the mayor, but his seat will be open for election in Nov. 2019. His position isn’t the only one. Four city council seats currently occupied by Carl Turner, Cheryl Stoker, Phillip Swanson, and Ryan Barker … Continue reading City Council Update: Chugg sworn in as Mayor for 2019

Recent Traffic Pattern Changes in North Ogden City

2550 North and Washington Boulevard The City Street Department has been working with UDOT for several months to redesign the intersection at 2550 and Washington Blvd.  Many of you who have traveled through the intersection in the past several years have realized the intersection did not use the same lane configuration as other parts of the City.  Specifically the left hand turn and straight through … Continue reading Recent Traffic Pattern Changes in North Ogden City

Community Question Corner

Question:  How does the City establish speed limits and traffic controls? Answer: Several questions have come up recently asking if the City can install traffic signals, stop signs, or modify speed limits throughout the City. In general, the standard speed limit is 25 mph for all non-posted roadways. Most of the larger roadways are faster speeds, though occasionally some roads are still 25 mph. When … Continue reading Community Question Corner

Winter in the early 1900’s

Winter in the early 1900’s through Jeanette Shaw Greenwell’s eyes While in the North Ogden Historical Museum a couple months ago, I was shown this autobiography of Jeanette Shaw Greenwell. I read a few pages and couldn’t put it down. The stories are told with such detail it almost feels like I have been there before. I had to share one more insert from her … Continue reading Winter in the early 1900’s

Heiner’s Insurance: Protect Your Pipes to Protect Your Home

Cincinnati Insurance Company Homeowners who “fly south” for the winter are familiar with the idea of winterizing to guard against freezing while they are gone. However, with weather patterns shifting, homeowners who stay home for the winter are finding there can be issues with freezing pipes, even though they are living in their home and running water daily. To protect your home during the winter, … Continue reading Heiner’s Insurance: Protect Your Pipes to Protect Your Home

Using a business entity to limit personal liability.

Using a business entity to limit personal liability.One of the greatest blessings of living in the United States is the freedom we enjoy.  We are free to exercise our religion, speak our minds, own firearms, retain privacy, and so much more.  We have the freedom to pursue the American Dream and create successful businesses, and many people do! Recent U.S. Small Business Administration data shows that there … Continue reading Using a business entity to limit personal liability.

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

Senior Calendar of Events

Senior Center Lunch 11:50 AM – Mon, Tues, Wed, & Fri. Dinner 5:00 PM – Thurs. (Opens at 1 PM)             Seniors over age 60 – $3.00             Seniors under age 60 – $6.00 Hours Mon. Tues. Wed. 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM             Thurs. 1:00 PM – 7:30 PM             Fri. 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM Monday 8:30 Ceramics 10:00 Line Dancing 12:30 Pinochle … Continue reading Senior Calendar of Events

January’s Employee of the Month

EAnthony Bersamin Anthony has a great attitude toward work and toward life in general. He is fun to be around and spreads positive vibes. Anthony’s dedication to the police department is evident from his willingness to help anyone and everyone with any task. He has great public relation skills and is committed to providing top notch customer service.  A few months ago Anthony was in … Continue reading January’s Employee of the Month