With the passage of House Bill 98, Kim Dixon, a member of the West Haven City Council, worries that the power of homebuilders, once again, expands at the expense of cities.
OGDEN — After nearly seven years of starts and stops, a new plan to redevelop a sought after city block in Ogden’s east-central neighborhood is in the works.
OGDEN — Although the project was stagnant for all of 2020 and a city approval requisite for construction had lapsed, a plan to build a new five-story building on Historic 25th Street is now back on.
A revamped version of House Bill 98, the measure to tweak the home inspection process that’s drawn fire from some Northern Utah leaders, has received unanimous committee approval and awaits a vote by the full Utah House.
OGDEN — Ogden City brass say they’re concerned about being able to fully staff a team of experienced building inspectors — so much so, they say a mid-year pay bump for those positions is urgently needed.
OGDEN — The cluster of dining spots in the burgeoning Riverbend area west of Slackwater pub and pizzeria will be growing.
OGDEN — It’s been more than 20 years since the shovels began to turn on what was then a radical development idea in the northwest corner of Ogden.
OGDEN — An Ogden judge has rejected Weber County’s motion to dismiss a case focused on development in the western part of the county.
SOUTH OGDEN — South Ogden is reaching for the sky.
OGDEN — The proposal calling for incorporation of western Weber County into a new city may have failed.
NORTH OGDEN — Another empty field along busy Washington Boulevard in North Ogden is headed toward development.
FARMINGTON — In terms of the sheer magnitude of work that will be taking place, Northern Utah’s 2021 road construction season will be unlike any other.
OGDEN — A program that helps people buy homes in Ogden has been a success, city officials say, but there’s still one significant marker in the plan where they’d like to see improvement.
OGDEN — It’s been more than two years since Mountain America Credit Union bought a dilapidated Washington Boulevard motel property with the intent of erecting a new building at the site.
OGDEN — Ogden City is ready to buy a piece of property integral to the northward expansion of the FrontRunner commuter rail.
NORTH OGDEN — A proposal to build up the mountainside beyond the northern city limits of North Ogden is again on the table, raising questions about how far city leaders and the public are comfortable allowing development.
OGDEN — Ogden City is considering changes to a pair of in-house loan programs that will make additional money available for more homeowners and small businesses in the city.
OGDEN — With the recent approval of a land transfer and development agreement, construction on a multimillion-dollar transformation of Ogden’s downtown is set to begin next year.
EDEN — An Ogden Valley contingent worried about the expansion of short-term rentals in the area is redoubling calls to keep them only where they are currently allowed.
HOOPER — Mayor Dale Fowers made his first-ever foray earlier this year to Fremont Island, part of the Weber County city though it sits in the Great Salt Lake.
ROY — Roy leaders are mulling another proposed reinvention of development standards for the city’s commercial core, aiming to spur growth and jumpstart economic activity.
OGDEN — The Ogden City Council appears to be on the cusp of finally deciding the fate of a proposal that would allow more bars to operate downtown, particularly along Historic 25th Street.
WEST WEBER — Early election result returns show a controversial ballot question in Weber County appears doomed to fail.
OGDEN — The seven-member Ogden City Council seems to agree — the town they represent is facing some serious challenges related to housing.
OGDEN — The tentative new measure governing short-term rentals, a flashpoint in the Ogden Valley, spells out parking restrictions, sets noise and occupancy limits and more.
OGDEN — Ogden City’s first formal, public discussion on major changes coming to the East-Central neighborhood is set to take place Thursday.
OGDEN — A measure that requires stricter design standards on new apartment complexes in Ogden has been unanimously approved by the City Council.
OGDEN — According to the man who knew him perhaps better than anyone outside of his own family, Joe McQueen didn’t place a lot of value on life’s material objects.
NORTH OGDEN — The main driving force behind a massive development off Washington Boulevard in North Ogden that was the focus of controversy as the plans first came together has filed for bankruptcy.
OGDEN — Not much construction has taken place at the site of the old Wonder Bread building since Ogden City bought the property for $2.4 million in 2016 and subsequently tore it down last year.
OGDEN — Ogden’s East-Central neighborhood has long been a focus for city government officials.
OGDEN — As the Weber Center parking garage comes down, Weber County Commissioners are edging ahead with their inquiry to see whether moving from the downtown Ogden building is the way to go.
Earlier this month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a moratorium on evictions until the end of the year to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. The order applies to all rental properties, except abandoned and vacant, and prevents eviction should someone be unable to mak…
OGDEN — A long-discussed FrontRunner commuter rail station at the Business Depot Ogden is inching closer to reality.
OGDEN — The Ogden administration’s pending plan to strengthen design standards for apartment developments has raised some concern about how the measure could impact affordable housing.
OGDEN — A project that will serve as the centerpiece of Ogden’s developing arts district and represent a 180-degree transformation of one of the city’s most seedy locales is gaining some serious momentum.
OGDEN — Ogden City officials are concerned with a surge of apartment developments popping up in commercial areas across town, so much so that they’re considering introducing an ordinance that would address the problem.
OGDEN — Residents of one of Ogden’s oldest neighborhoods continue to fight to preserve the historic nature of their community.
OGDEN — Nearly a year-and-a-half in the making, Ogden City has formally adopted a sweeping, long-range master plan that will guide development downtown for decades to come.
OGDEN — After more than a year and a half of work and community surveying, the city’s Southeast Ogden Community Plan has finally been approved — but there’s still some work to be done on the measure’s most controversial element.
OGDEN — One of the most notorious sections of Ogden during the past decade is ready for a transformation.
OGDEN — The Ogden City Council is poised to approve a heavily deliberated development, now years in the making, so long as one final hurdle is cleared later this month.
OGDEN — A new piece of federal legislation aims to advance the popular Bonneville Shoreline Trail — part of a plan that will ultimately connect the route from central Utah to the very northern reaches of the state.
OGDEN — After more than a year and a half of work, the fate of the now controversial Southeast Ogden Community Plan will have to wait another month.
OGDEN — A second property in the old Bingham’s Fort area has been placed on Ogden’s historic register. And now a group of residents in the area is pushing city officials to make the neighborhood it sits in an officially recognized historic district.
ROY — Anticipating major growth in the area, the Utah Department of Transportation is zeroing in on an increasingly busy road in Roy.
OGDEN — More residents of one of Ogden’s oldest neighborhoods are asking the city to help safeguard their nearly 100-year-old farm home.
OGDEN — Ogden City is now taking public input on a comprehensive plan that will guide development downtown for decades to come.
OGDEN — Ogden City is thinking about modernizing some of its drinking laws to accommodate new development in the western portion of the city and along 25th Street.
LAYTON — A pair of Utah JCPenney stores, both in the northern reaches of the state, will close their doors this summer as part of a companywide downsizing.
OGDEN — A city-granted special exception that will allow a Davis County developer to build a 186-unit housing complex near the mouth of Ogden Canyon is being appealed.