is to guide and shape the changing built environment in a responsible manner so that present and future generations have opportunity for a safe and healthy community.
We accomplish this by:
Utilizing the unique aspects of Ogden and its role within the region;
Understanding and working with the relationship between the built and natural environment;
Planning and preservation of key community assets, spaces and connections;
Maintaining high standards of public interaction, information and service; and
Developing responsible and innovative approaches of design and uses which guide Ogden toward a sustainable community that is a place for a diverse population to live, work and play in a safe, responsive and aesthetic environment.
Land Use and Zoning
A land use permit is required for any site work on your property, including accessory buildings and parking pads. There is no fee for this type of permit.
The Development Review Team meets weekly to review site plans and proposals for both remodeling and new construction.
Involve Ogden General Plan
General Plans are to provide a framework and common vision for future development.
The Involve Ogden General Plan contains the following elements:
Community Plans create a vision for each particular community with input from citizens, political leaders, developers and professionals. The Plan process provides an opportunity for residents and other stakeholders to participate with Planning Staff in creating a vision for the future.
The City also has adopted Corridor Plans for many of its major entryways.
The Ogden City Landmarks Commission was established in 1979 for the purpose of “protection, enhancement, perpetuation and use of structures, sites and areas and natural history”. This group of local citizens volunteer their time to review the proposed exterior alterations to buildings designated as local historic resources.
Ogden has several areas where the concentration of important buildings or buildings that were the homes of important people exists. These are preserved and recognized as Historic Districts.
In addition to historic districts, Ogden also has individual buildings that are important to the history of Ogden and it's development.
The Board of Zoning Adjustment is the quasi-judicial body of the City set up to hear appeals to the Zoning Ordinance. They may reduce or waive the regulations if a physical hardship or practical difficulty can be shown.