Road Work, Closures & Damage
Why is the road closed?
Large road or utility project
Scheduled road closures include road construction and utility replacement projects. These are larger projects that will disrupt traffic for up to several weeks at a time. For more information on scheduled jobs, please see the links below:
- UDOT Jobs - https://site.utah.gov/connect/projects/
- Ogden City Jobs - https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/9212d098782742e48914b26a70184318
- Bus Rapid Transit - https://www.rideuta.com/Current-Projects/Ogden-Express-OGX
Utility Repair jobs
These are smaller jobs that usually only take a day or two at the most, and often involve digging in the yard and/or cutting into the road to repair water, sewer or storm drain pipes and connections. These jobs must be done by licensed contractors who have been issued a permit from Ogden City Engineering.
The road will be closed on most jobs involving a road cut. These jobs are done during business hours, Monday through Friday, as all of these jobs must be inspected by a city Engineering Inspector.
Utility Main break
If a utility main (water, sewer or storm drain) ruptures, leaks or collapses, city crews will move quickly to resolve the problem. This will involve closing off the affected section of road and excavating to repair or replace the damaged pipe. These jobs can take place at any time and usually take anywhere between several hours to a few days to resolve.
The City or the contractors working on the job will set up traffic control, which will include detour information during the time of closure.
Who do I call to report a pothole or other road damage?
First, determine whether the damage or pothole is located on a State Road, a City Street, or a Private Street.
- Damage to state roads should be reported to UDOT Region One offices (801-620-1600)
- Damage to city streets should be reported to Ogden City Public Services (801-629-8271)
- Damage to a private street should be reported to the property owner or managing association.
- Damage or potholes in parking lots should be reported to the property owner or store manager.