Come celebrate the end of summer with family-friendly activities, live music, food, and vendors at The Harvest Moon Festival in Ogden.
This fall celebrate the changing seasons by making a change in your local community
Ogden Pioneer Days is an annual celebration commemorating the settlement of Ogden. Fun events including parades, rodeo, and more.
Performers and dates for Ogden City’s Twilight Series this summer. Music and fun in downtown Ogden.
May of 1869, golden spikes driven, wedding the rails connecting America’s east and west coasts changed the country dramatically. Coast-to-coast travel could be made in a few days instead of months.
Residents of Ogden were recently notified about changes to the city’s recycling program pick-up times. Starting on May 2nd, 2023, the city will be transitioning to a bi-weekly basis.
Spring brings warmer weather, and with it the snow and ice have started melting, feeding into the Ogden River and other waterways in Weber County. Please be aware of streams, canyons, and other areas susceptible to flooding.
Ogden City has been a distinguished recipient of the Tree City USA Award for over 30 years and for good reason! All City parks are open one hour before sunrise and closed one hour after sunset.
Historic 25th Street in Ogden City draws more than a million visitors a year with its colorful history and family-friendly culture. It is truly one of Utah’s most dynamic communities. Also known as “Two-bit Street” this commercial thoroughfare, running east to west through Ogden City, is a destination of things to see and do. A cultural gem with historic architecture, an amphitheater, and an assortment of restaurants, outdoor dining areas, artisans, and merchants.
Learn the story behind Mrs. Cavanaugh’s and how they used family recipes to grow their own business into a Utah institution.