Ogden Planning is seeking the community's input on several exciting projects to improve Ogden. Follow the links below to find out about:
PLANNING COMMISSION SCHEDULE AND DEADLINES
The deadline for Commission meeting items is the first Wednesday of the month prior to the scheduled meeting.
PLANNING FEE UPDATES EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2023
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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 Planning Division is responsible to implement the regulations of the (Title 15) and land use within Ogden City, as well as the (Title 14) and the Sign Code (Title 18).
The Development Review Team meets weekly to review site plans and proposals for both remodeling and new construction.
Involve Ogden General Planare to provide a framework and common vision for future development.
The Involve Ogden General Plan contains the following elements:
- Community Facilities
- Community Identity
- Economic Development
- Environmental Resources
- Land Use
- Open Space
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.
Historic Preservation/Landmarks Commission
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.