Prior to the start of each new fiscal year in July, Ogden City Council members review and revise priorities they strive to make significant progress on during the coming year.
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The City Council adopts a budget for Ogden City, the Redevelopment Agency and Municipal Building Authority. The budget is one of the Council’s strongest policy-making tools because it is an effective way to set goals and establish priorities.
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An individual or group may be formally recognized by the Council through ceremonial recognition's.
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Ogden City and Weber State University (WSU) established the College Town Initiative in 2012. The initiative has led to an ongoing partnership that opens new doors to future opportunities and collaborations.
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Ogden City, Ogden School Board, Weber State University’s Energy and Sustainability Office, and the Weber-Morgan Health Department have partnered in designating February 4-10 as “Idle-Free Week." Read on...
Ogden City, Ogden School Board, Weber State University’s Energy and Sustainability Office and the Weber-Morgan Health Department have partnered in designating February 4-10 as “Idle-Free Week." Read on...
On January 23, 2018, a joint resolution reaffirming the protection of civil liberties, religious freedoms, and dignity of all residents, was passed by the Ogden City Council and Mayor Michael P. Caldwell. Read on...
Newly elected Ogden City Council member Angela Choberka and re-elected Council members Bart Blair, Doug Stephens, and Marcia White took the oath of office on January 2, and the Council selected Richard Hyer as Chair and Ben Nadolski as Vice Chair. Read on...
The Ogden City Council, in a 4-3 vote on December 19, adopted an ordinance allowing backyard chickens in Ogden’s residential neighborhoods. Read on...
On Tuesday, December 19, 2017, the Ogden City Council will consider a petition and an alternative ordinance to allow backyard chickens. Read on...
The Ogden City Council unanimously approved an ordinance changing the name of Ogden’s voting areas from municipal wards to municipal districts. The change is strictly to terminology and does not alter the boundaries or number of districts. Read on...
Residents packed Council Chambers on August 29th to provide feedback on whether urban chickens should be allowed in Ogden’s residential neighborhoods, and six groups gave presentations based on their areas of expertise. Read on...
The Ogden City Council will hold a fact finding work session at 6:00 p.m. on August 29th to gather information regarding the benefits and challenges of allowing urban chickens in Ogden’s residential neighborhoods. Read on...