Ogden City, the heart of northern Utah, is nestled against the Wasatch Mountains with fantastic views of the Wasatch mountain range to the east and the Great Salt Lake to the west.
Academy & Training
Utah law requires all potential peace officers to receive basic training before they can be certified and function with any authority in the state.
Agendas, Documents & Recordings
Council meeting agendas, meeting packets, meeting minutes, meeting audio recordings and meetings videos are available any time of day, with citizens having direct access to the same information provided to Council members during decision making processes.
All Star Games
Ogden City is proud to host the 69th Annual High School All-Star Games on June 7 and 8th, 2013. In this weekend-long event, four baseball games will be played at Lindquist Field to determine the best of the best of Utah’s high school seniors.
The Amphitheater hosts live entertainment during good weather periods of the year and every night during December in conjunction with Christmas Village. Several concerts and concert series take place during the summer, and movies are shown on Monday and Friday evenings.
Ogden City provides Animal Enforcement Officers in an effort ensure that pet owners are adhering to the City’s ordinances and also to save animals that have been abandoned. Ogden City requires pet licenses for all animals within Ogden City limits. To purchase a license please bring your rabies certificate to the Francom Public Safety Center.
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Arts & Culture
Ogden City supports the belief that the arts are an integral part of a healthy culture, providing both intellectual nourishment and social benefit.
At Your Service Newsletter 2012
The At Your Service newsletter is a community bulletin of city related news for citizens and businesses of Ogden. Stay up to date on the latest happenings around the city. The At Your Service newsletter is mailed in the monthly waterbills.