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Not all events require tickets. Many Ogden Amphitheater events are free to the public! Follow the links found on the Corner's Instagram or Facebook page to the promoter's page. From there, you will be able to find more information on purchasing tickets. Visit Ogden Twilight or Enable UT for tickets to their concerts.
Please refer to your ticket for best information. Gates usually open 1 hour before music begins. Each event's schedule is different.
Yes, there are several spots that can accommodate for ADA seating both in the fixed seating area and on the surrounding grassy areas. Be advised, this is first come first serve seating. If assistance is required, grab the attention of an Amphitheater employee.
For more information, visit our page on Accessibility.
Only service dogs are permitted on the grounds of the Ogden Amphitheater. Special events that rent the amphitheater may adjust this rule as they see fit. Please see the specific event rules for each event. All guests are expected to clean up after themselves and their companions.
Most ticketed events do not allow you to bring your own food and have many food options inside. Any event selling beer will prohibit the entry of outside foods. Consider visiting one of the great restaurants downtown for a snack before coming to your event.
Utah State Law prohibits the possession and consumption of outside alcohol including beer and wine on premise. Most events do not allow you to bring your own coolers and beverages, but may offer a variety of items to purchase once inside.
Parking is located on 25th street in front of the Ogden Amphitheater. Parking can also be found in the Ogden City parking lot just south of the amphitheater (enter from 26th street). All sidewalks are connected and lead to handicap parking. The Ogden Amphitheater is a short 3 blocks from the UTA Front Runner Station.
Certain events in the amphitheater such as Ogden Twilight do not allow umbrellas, chairs and blankets. Please check the event promoter website for event specific rules. In general, Umbrellas and chairs are allowed, but please be courteous of other guests. Low chairs are welcome at some events, please be courteous of other guests and sit farther back.
Shade canopies are permitted for use by approved vendors for specific events, but must be weighted down on all four corners by at least 40lb weights.
Gates are open as early as an hour before a performance. Check with the event promoter website or your ticket for specifics depending on the event you are attending.
Monday through Thursday, the park is open 9 am to 5 pm, except where special events take place or the park has been reserved for a private function. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday the park is closed.
Nominations are open year round. If you know someone that is outstanding in the arts, please send us a nomination. There is a deadline for the 2019 Awards which is August 25, 2019. Any nomination received after this date will be collected for 2020 Awards.
The meetings are the second Tuesday of each month at 8:30 a.m. They are located at the Municipal building on the third floor and open to the public.
Reach out directly to any of the art stroll locations that you think will fit your style of art. Ask if they need an artist to feature for the strolls coming up. If so, make your arrangements with them. Another option is to add your name to our Local Artist Database. If a location is looking for an artist they will look there for one.
Best of luck!
Commercial plan review and Residential plan review is $70.50.
Building permit fees are outlined in the City Municipal Code Title 4 Chapter 6 Section 4 Section 1. Find more information on our Fees page.
Central Weber Sewer District (CWSD) charges the impact fee, contact CWSD at 801-731-3011. Building Inspections collects the fee for the District when the building permit is issued.
If applicable, other Department approvals prior to Final Inspection i.e. Fire, Engineering, Water, and Business Licensing.
An encroachment permit issued by the city engineer is required for all work to be done in a public right of way.
In some zones, with certain requirements. Owner occupied single family dwellings can obtain a permit for chickens. It is important to obtain the permit prior to building a coop or getting chickens. Contact the Planning Department at 801-629-8930 to obtain a permit. You can read more about the requirements to have chickens at https://www.ogdencity.com/1239/Urban-Chickens.
Yes, dogs on a leash are allowed. Please cleanup after them.
There is free on street parking around the park. There is a free parking lot on 26th Street between Washington Blvd and Grant Ave.
No, Christmas Village is a private event and not vendors are allowed in the park.
Carriage rides are offered by a private company not affiliated with Christmas Village. We do not know the cost or there hours.
Christmas Village is free!
Lights are turned on the Saturday after Thanksgiving and are on until New Years Day. Lights are on 7 days a week, even on Christmas from 5pm to 12am.
Santa is in his castle Monday through Friday from 6pm to 9pm and on Saturday from 5pm to 9pm, starting the Saturday after Thanksgiving through December 23rd.
He is not there on Sundays.
It is free to see Santa. Pictures are $5.00 or you can bring your own camera and take a picture.
Ogden City has no authority to issue this document.
If Ogden City recorded a lien against your property call (801) 629-8723. For all other liens, contact the Weber County Recorder’s Office at (801) 399-8441. Their office is located on the third floor of the Weber Center at 2380 Washington Boulevard, Ogden, UT.
The 2020 Edition of Ogden City’s Engineering Standards For Public Improvements is available at the link below. Ogden City’s Engineering standards incorporate many aspects of the "2017 APWA manual of Standard Specifications and Plans". Electronic copies of this manual can be purchased from http://www.APWA.net . Copies of the above volumes can be purchased at the Ogden City Municipal Building 2549 Washington BLVD Suite 760 for the following prices: Ogden City Engineering Standards and Amendments for Public Works Projects $10.00 2017 APWA Manual of Standard Specifications and Plans $65.00
Please click on the link below for more information regarding engineering permits:
Engineering Permit Information
If you are a licensed contractor with any work that will need to be done in the city right-of-way (with the exception of hand digging sprinkler systems), you will need a permit.
Click on the link below for more information:
License, Insurance & Bond Information
The contractor will need to fill out an Engineering Permit Application (See below for link) and FAX it to the Engineering Construction Coordinator at 801-629-8902 or e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once the permit has been written up, and the contractor's insurance and bonding have been verified, the permit can be picked up at the Customer Service counter on the 2nd floor of the Ogden City Municipal Building, located at 2549 Washington Blvd.
If you have any questions please call David Daniels at 801-629-8986 Engineering Permit Application
Licensing, Insurance and Bond Requirements
Most address questions and issues are quickly and easily resolved. For questions or concerns relating to your property address, please contact Ogden City Engineering by telephone (801-629-8990) or by emailing email@example.com
The City’s Urban Forester is responsible for assessing and approving all removal of City Trees. In most cases, if the tree is in poor condition or dead, a City crew will be responsible for the removal. In some cases however a permit for removal may be issued to a resident, but in all cases, the Urban Forester must first assess the tree to determine the best course of action. To schedule a visit with the Urban Forester, please call Parks at 801-629-8284. Find more information by viewing the
Yes, if the tree is located within City Right of Way, the Urban Forester must first assess the tree. The City has a crew that prunes, plants and removes trees located on City property however, at times may issue a permit to the resident for pruning. The best course of action is to call Parks at 801-629-8284. Learn more by viewing the
No, “Topping” is an antiquated method of reducing the overall height of a tree through poor arboricultural practice. It is prohibited for use on City Trees. If you are thinking of “Topping” a tree within your property, please reconsider and use an accepted method of pruning. The best course of action begins with contacting a qualified professional.
If the tree is located on City Right of Way, please call The City’s Urban Forester at 801-629-8284. If the tree is located on your private property, you might begin with contacting a Certified Arborist. Find a list of qualified individuals and companies that do work throughout the state on the
Is the tree located between curb and sidewalk? If so, the tree is on City Right of Way. If no sidewalk exists, the general rule is the first ten feet back of curb falls within City Right of Way. If no curb exists, it is best to contact Parks at 801-629-8284 to find out where the actual property line begins.
All trees will need some supplemental water to survive, especially during the establishment period. There are numerous varieties approved for planting along City streets that are drought tolerant and well suited for Utah’s harsh climate. Review the Ogden Tree Selection Guide, the Ogden City Tree Matrix or contact the Urban Forester at 801-629-8284 for ideas and suggestions for drought tolerant species.
Because you will need a permit to plant, please contact Public Works at 801-629-8271 after you have reviewed options in the Selection Guide and the Ogden City Tree Matrix.
Information you will need for the permit is: park strip width (distance between curb and sidewalk) and overall length, the presence of overhead utility lines in the vicinity of the proposed planting area, location of drive and sidewalk approaches and locations and types of any signs within the park strip area.
There are many reasons a tree may decline. Park strips are tough environments to survive in. Water and available rooting space are likely limiting factors to their growth. A good place to start is in checking to see if the tree is receiving adequate water. Larger trees certainly need more water than small trees and all trees will require more water when temperatures are high.
The Utah State University Extension Service at the Ogden Botanical Gardens located at: Utah State University Extension Office 1750 Monroe Boulevard Utah, Ogden 84401
Utah State University Extension Services offers a plant diagnostic clinic every Wednesday from 3 to 6 p.m. May through September where residents can take samples for diagnosis and plant care advice. Extension employees are also available for horticulture related questions at 801-399-8080. They are on-site at the Gardens March through October.
The City Urban Forester is also a resource to be used and can be reached by calling Parks at 801-629-8284.
Yes, please review the Ogden Tree Selection Guide. Trees approved for planting under overhead lines are noted and are almost entirely contained within the section titled “Small Trees” There are some exceptions however. 25 feet is the maximum height at maturity approved for planting under overhead utility. A more extensive list is found in the Ogden Tree Matrix. After reviewing options, please contact Parks at 801-629-8284 to obtain a free permit from the Urban Forester
Yes, we provide more than two hundred trees to residents every year to be planted in parking strips throughout the City. The Ogden Tree Nursery is located at:
Ogden Tree Nursery 1845 Monroe Boulevard (Green Waste Site) Ogden, UT 84401 The Ogden Tree Nursery is open each spring throughout the month of April. The trees are given away on a first come, first served basis as long as supplies last. As spring approaches, detailed information on dates and times will be posted in the “At Your Service” newsletter that arrives with your water bill.
Acquiring a free permit gives the Urban Forester the opportunity to ensure the right tree is planted in the right place. This will help reduce future tree related problems that end up costing the taxpayer. It also gives us a chance to educate the resident in proper planting techniques. The right tree properly planted in the right place will enhance our community throughout a long life.
The cart will not be emptied if any of the following apply. - If a cart is overfull. - The lid won’t shut flat. - If the cart is not out on time (6 a.m. per City ordinance). - The cart is parked too close to a vehicle or other obstruction.
The City does offer a one-time, per year, go back. If a go back is needed, please call 801-629-8271.
If unapproved, or prohibited materials are put into cart, the City may remove the cart(s), terminate your service, in whole or part.
Carts need to be out by 6 a.m., according to City ordinance.
All garbage and recycling cans are property of Ogden City. Therefore, if your can goes missing, you must get a case number from the Ogden Police Dept. The non-emergency dispatch number is 801-629-8221. Once you have that case number, call 801-629-8271 (The Public Service Operations dept.) with that case number and a work order will be put in to have your cart replaced.
These are considered hazardous materials and need to be taken out to the Weber County Transfer Station. They have a free drop-off on the 3rd Saturday of each month, between May and September. Otherwise, they ask that you store it if possible. The Weber County Transfer Station can be reached by calling 801.399.8358
The owner of the property must request an additional cart. In order to do so, please call 801-629-8271. An additional charge will be added to your water bill.
Broken lids or wheels can be repaired. Should the body of the cart be cracked or leaking, the cart can be repaired or replaced by calling 801-629-8271. Carts are not replaced for cosmetic reasons, i.e. dirty, smelling badly, worn, etc.
Our Refuse drivers work Tuesday through Friday. Therefore, Monday holidays do not effect refuse pick-up. Saturday and Sunday holidays also do not effect pick-up. If a holiday falls on a Thursday (Thanksgiving Day), Thursday and Friday pick-up will be delayed by one day that week. Please call the Public Service Operations dept at 801-629-8271 if there are more questions.
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You will be paid $18.50 for the first day of service and $49.00 for each subsequent day of service.
There are guidelines that the court must follow in order to qualify you for a public defender. If you meet the guidelines, the court will appoint a public defender for you. If you have not been appointed a public defender and would like to see if you qualify, you may file an Affidavit and Application for a Court-Appointed Lawyer at your court hearing, which can be provided to you at that time.
Your public defender will be present at your next court hearing. You will have the opportunity to speak with your public defendant prior at that time. If you would like to contact them before your hearing, you may call 801-436-5757.
You may call the attorney’s office and leave a voice message and they will call you back as soon as possible, or you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Based on the experiences from communities that have implemented managed paid parking systems, impacted businesses have benefitted in a number of ways, including:
During peak parking, about mid-day, the parking occupancy for all Downtown parking is about 50% currently. However, there are some facilities or blocks where parking reaches or exceeds the effective capacity threshold (more than 85% -- which negatively impacts accessibility). The City's upcoming Make Ogden developments, which will dramatically add residences/businesses/employees and enhance our overall economic vitality, will overwhelm existing parking capacity.
While current downtown parking capacity is generally adequate, the redevelopment initiatives associated with the Make Ogden Plan will:
Therefore, the City is developing a parking management strategy that will support planned development downtown and enhance transportation access for visitors, residents and businesses.
The City's Community and Economic Development department hired a professional third-party municipal engineering firm (Kimley-Horn and Associates) to assess our parking situation and to recommend parking management options. The firm developed a parking study and report that included:
For more information, review the Ogden Parking Study Report.
The parking study prepared by third-party municipal transportation firm recommended that Ogden City should seriously consider implementing a paid parking management system to address current and future parking challenges downtown.
A brief explanation regarding the need for a managed paid parking system is at Why Paid Parking?
In most communities, some businesses initially felt that pay parking would be inconvenient, discourage potential customers and employees, and reduce competitiveness with suburban retail offing free parking (malls, etc.).
Contingent on City Council approval, the City's plan is to start pro-actively managing existing parking supplies and adding new parking facilities.
Implementing a paid parking system is required as one of the first steps to allow for the catalytic redevelopment of Ogden's downtown core -- as the Make Ogden Plan proposes.
Based on the parking study recommendations, once approved by the City Council, the City will move forward with at least 3 phases of implementation of the downtown pay parking within the proposed parking management area.
Recommended public parking rates are reflected in the following chart (proposal draft):
The recommended parking organization is a hybrid approach, with a vertically integrated city department model, combined with a professional services out-sourced management model.
Yes -- based on recent meetings with individual businesses and stakeholder leaders, the list of comments/suggestions below is continually updated:
Public open house meetings will be scheduled soon where more information will be presented and you can ask questions/provide input.
Additionally, you can also click on this link and provide thoughts/comments/suggestions.
All graffiti can be reported to the Parks Department. If the graffiti is on private property, a graffiti wavier must be submitted to our office prior to removal. You will be asked to submit pictures of the graffiti with the waiver and you will be asked to pinpoint the location of the graffiti on the map. Please make sure this is done so we are able to find the graffiti in a timely manner.
For Ogden City employees reporting graffiti on private property, please contact the Parks & Cemetery Office by email at email@example.com. When submitting by email please provide a picture of the graffiti. Please report the graffiti on the same day that you see it. This will minimize double reporting. Thank you for your help with this!
In order to reserve one of our pavilions, please click on our City Parks link on the Parks landing page. You may also reserve a pavilion by calling the Parks Department at 801-629-8284 or in person at the Community Service Bldg located at 1875 Monroe Blvd.
You can reserve most Pavilions May 11th - October 10th.
In order to reserve tennis and pickleball courts, please call 801-629-8284.
In order to reserve Pioneer Stadium, please call 801-629-8284.
Alcohol is only allowed at the MTC Botanical Gardens, Amphitheater, and Pioneer Stadium and only with an alcohol permit, which can be obtained at our Community Services building.
No water slides, ice blocking, bounce houses or inflatables of any kind, are allowed in any city park.
If your incident is an emergency, call 911. If non-emergency call dispatch at (801) 395-8221.
No, If a crime took place outside of Ogden city limits, please call the police department for that city.
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If this took place on a state Freeway please call the Highway Patrol Office nearest you.
A known suspect is when you or someone else knows :
You can obtain a copy of police reports at the Ogden City Police Department, 2186 Lincoln Avenue. Office hours are Monday – Friday 8 AM - 5 PM. For restrictions, fees and further instructions, please visit our Records Requests page HERE.
The committee meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 4-5 p.m. Due to Covid-19 the meetings are virtual.
To see the minutes and agenda you can go to the link provided.
Ogden Municipal Building2549 Washington BoulevardSuite 240Ogden, UT 84401
Hours are Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. The phone number to contact is 801-629-8962. You will need to print a copy and bring it to the Customer Service Center. Rental Business License applications can also be found on our Rental Licenses page. Rental Licenses page.
Hours are Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. The phone number to contact is 801-629-8962. You will need to print a copy and bring it to the Customer Service Center. Rental Business License applications can also be found on our Rental Licenses page.
Hours are Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. The phone number to contact is 801-629-8962. You will need to print a copy and bring it to the Customer Service Center. Rental Business License applications can also be found on our Rental Licenses page.
The City does not pick up bagged leaves, however Ogden City residents can obtain a Green Waste Site pass at no charge. The leaves can be taken there. For questions regarding the Green Waste Site please call the Public Service Operations dept. 801.629.8271.
Please click on the link below for more information on Snow Removal
Snow Removal Information
Ogden City maintains and repairs all standard sidewalks and curb & gutter located within the city Right-of-Way. If you are aware of damage to the sidewalk or curb & gutter (lifted panels, breakage, holes, etc.) please alert our Engineering Division by calling our Concrete Engineer at 801-629-8998. Maintenance and repair to driveways, house walks and drive approaches are the property owner’s responsibility.
There are many different reasons why work could be taking place on a particular stretch of road. Reasons could vary from yearly maintenance (asphalting, chip sealing, etc) to emergency repairs by one of the utility companies or for scheduled infrastructure work. Although not all work in the streets is done by Ogden City, we can certainly make every effort to help you get in contact with the right person. If you have questions, please feel free to call the Public Service Operations Division at (801) 629-8271. In the meantime, please drive cautiously, and be patient when you see the street crews working in your area and obey flagmen and construction signs. This is for both your safety and the crews safety.
Over the past 5 years, Ogden City has been transitioning to city-wide integrated software system. As part of this strategic change, the billing system will be replaced with a more robust system appropriate for a city of our size. It will also allow us to automate many manual processes, reduce paper, and become more efficient with our limited resources.
The transition is expected to occur between May 18 and May 23, 2022. During that time, the new utility billing system will be transitioned from the current system to a new system. On Monday May 23 our office will be closed to allow staff to complete the data conversion and change to the new system.
Yes, you will be able to pay in-person at the utility office or over the phone during regular business hours. However, some of our other payment methods (online and automated phone pay) will be temporarily unavailable while we transition between systems. If you are paying by mailed check or bank draft, there will be no changes and your payments will continue without interruption. Additionally, our staff will be taking phone payments and manually processing credit cards until the automated phone pay system is re-enabled.
No. If you are currently having payments auto drafted from your bank account, you do not need to change anything. These payments will continue their same regular schedule after the transition to the new billing system. If your automatic payment is scheduled to occur between May 18 and May 23, there might be a slight delay (1-3 business days) in the deduction from your bank account.
No changes to utility rates are being implemented as part of the transition to the new billing system.
Yes, your account number will change, and you will also be assigned a unique Customer ID. This information will become available after the transition is complete on May 23, 2022. We will email this information to you if have an email address on your account. You may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and service location or call us at 801-629-8321.
After the transition, you will be billed on the same cycle and bill dates that you are currently scheduled. The bill will have a different layout but will provide the same information that exists on the current bill.
After May 22 you will need to know your Account Number and new Customer ID to make an online payment. We will attempt to email you this information if we have an email address on file for your account. You may also email us at email@example.com with your name and service location or call us at 801-629-8321 to obtain this information.
No, you will not need to create a web user account to pay your bill online. However, you will need to use your new unique Account Number and Customer ID to access bills, view consumption history, and make one-time credit card payments.
Paying online with a credit/debit card gives you the flexibility to pay how and when you want. It saves you the trouble from writing and mailing a check or driving to our office.
Pressure Vacuum Breaker (PVB)This assembly is designed to protect against a non-health hazard (i.e., pollutant)or a health hazard (i.e., contaminant).
Spill-Resistant Pressure Vacuum Breaker (SVB)This assembly is designed to protect against a non-health hazard (i.e., pollutant)or a health hazard (i.e., contaminant).
Double Check Valve Assembly (DC)This assembly is designed to protect against a non-health hazard (i.e., pollutant).
Atmospheric Vacuum Breaker (AVB)This assembly is designed to protect against a non-health hazard (i.e., pollutant)or a health hazard (i.e., contaminant) under a back-siphonage condition only.