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Monday, October 26, 2015

Ogden Valley General Plan Open House

Weber County invites you to attend an upcoming open house to review a draft of the proposed Ogden Valley General Plan. Drop in any time during these casual meetings to learn how the County used the public’s feedback to craft the draft. Discuss your questions with the planning team and offer your opinions about planning the Valley’s future. Both open houses will have the same information – pick the one that works best for your schedule! After the open houses the public will have time to thoroughly review, consider, and provide comments for the draft plan.

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Important Ogden Valley Planning Commission Meeting Tuesday

We were tipped off that there were some important items on the agenda for the upcoming planning commission meeting. Be sure to attend. Here are the details:

Tuesday, October 27
5:00 pm
Weber County Commission Chambers
2380 Washington Blvd.

Click here To view the agenda.

Due to importance, we will post much of the agenda below:

2. Consent Agenda: 

2.1. UVS100515: Consideration and action on final approval of the Summit at Ski Lake No. 13, (5 Lots) in the Forest Valley 3 (FV-3) Zone located at 6740 Via Cortina Street. (Valley Enterprise Investment Company, LLC, Applicant) 
2.2. CUP 2014-22: Consideration and action on a request for a 6-month time extension for an approved accessory apartment conditional use permit located at 3778 North Willowbrook Lane Eden, UT (Rachel Nielsen, Applicant)

3. Petitions, Applications and Public Hearings: 

3.1. Legislative Items
a. Old Business: None
b. New Business: 
1. ZTA 2015-05 Consideration and action on a request to amend the Weber County Land Use Code Title 104 (Zones) Chapter 11 (Commercial Valley Resort Recreation Zone - CVR-1) Section 4 (Conditional Uses) by adding brewpub and reception/banquet facilities as conditional uses. Weber County Land Use Code Title 101 (General Provisions) Section 101-7-7 (Definitions) is also being amended by adding a definition for brewpub - John Lewis, Applicant

2. ZTA 2015-08 Consideration and recommendation on a proposal to amend the following sections of the Weber County Land Use Code: General Provisions (Title 101) Definitions (Section 1-7) Subdivisions (Title 106), General Provisions (Chapter 1), Standards (Title 108), Hillside Development Review Procedures and Standards (Chapter 14); and other sections of the Weber County Code to provide for administrative edits related to the subdivision code and related to the names of the Planning Commissions and the planning areas.
3. ZTA 2015-03 Public hearing to consider a request (ZTA 2015-03) to amend Section 101-1-7 (Definitions); the Ogden Valley Destination and Recreation Resort Zone Chapter (Title 104, Chapter 29); the Design Review Chapter (Title 108, Chapter 1); the Ogden Valley Architectural, Landscape, and Screening Design Standards Chapter (Title 108, Chapter 2); the Parking and Loading Space, Vehicle Traffic, and Access Regulations Chapter (Title 108, Chapter 8); the Accessory Apartments Chapter (Title 108, Chapter 19); and the Ogden Valley Signs Chapter (Title 110, Chapter 2) within the Weber County Land Use Code - Paul Strange, Summit Mountain Holding Group, Applicant

  • Wednesday, October 21, 2015

    Summit seeking input on Wolf Barn area

    Guest post from Summit

    To whom it may concern: 
    I am hoping you can post the below announcement from Summit Powder Mountain. 

    Please let us know what you would like done with the "Wolf Barn area" by submitting your suggestion via this link
    We would like to establish a board of five individuals to sort through our communities suggestions and determine the best plan of action. Three of the five individuals we would love to be from the Ogden Valley Community. If you would like to be considered for this board please submit your name and qualifications to or call 801-389-5077 by Saturday, October 31. We will then have the Ogden Valley Community vote for the best individual(s) to represent them for this matter the week of November 2. 



    Tuesday, October 20, 2015

    North Fork Park Accreditation Celebration Wednesday, 21 October 2015

    The Ogden Valley community is invited to join the celebration [this Wednesday, October 21, noon] at Weber State University of North Fork Park's accreditation as the world's 21st International Dark Sky Park (preceding the recent designations of Capitol Reef and Canyonlands National Parks, numbers 22 and 23, respectively; celebration and preservation of dark skies now approach a tipping point in the parks of the America West).  

    The event will feature stunning night sky photography and presentations by Weber State University President Charles Wight, Prof. Stacy Palen (Physics), Prof. Jeremy Bryson (Geography), and John Barentine from the International Dark Sky Association in Tucson.  Commissioner Matt Bell, Representative Gage Froerer, and Mayor Brent Taylor of North Ogden City will also speak. Representatives from the many education partners will be on hand, including those from the Ogden Astronomical Society, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, Wasatch Audubon Society, HawkWatch, Tracy Aviary, Swanson's North Fork Environmental Center, Ogden Nordic, and Ott Planetarium, among others.  

    Please join us. 

    Wednesday, October 21
    Noon - 1pm
    Wildcat Theatre (Shepherd Union, 2nd floor)
    Weber State University
    [park in Visitor Parking and enter Shepherd Union]