After 40 YEARS of service in North Ogden City, a familiar face is hanging up his hat. Scott Felter started his career in 1981 and worked his way up through the Public Works Department, where he has been intricate in the day-to-day operations of all our departments.
A man of many talents, Scott could also be found helping to save costs for different city projects. His handy work from over the years can be seen at the Public Works office where he built the animal shelter; at multiple parks where he built bathrooms, the grandstands, steps for the pool, and volleyball courts; and at the police department where he helped build out a new evidence room. Much of his accomplishments have earned him nominations from multiple offices as employee of the month and the highest accolade an employee could receive, the PEAK Award.
“Tiny”, to many of his coworkers, will be missed, not only for his hard work, but also his personality and humor. One always knew when he was around by his high-pitched whistle and laugh. We can’t thank him enough for his hard work and dedication to the city and wish him the best these next 40+ years!