The Planning Division mission is to guide and shape our communities by supporting and protecting the natural and built environment in a responsible manner so that present and future generations have an opportunity for a safe and healthy community.
Per SB-34 (2019), municipalities and counties are now required to provide an annual report to the state regarding progress made towards adopted goals outlined in moderate-income housing plans in order to qualify for various state funds. The following was submitted to both the Utah Department of Workforce Services Housing & Community Development and the Weber Area Council of Governments (WACOG) per the outlined annual reporting requirements of SB-34.
Information about Nightly Rentals and different requirements based on zoning.
The following developments or renovation projects are required to comply with the Ogden Valley Outdoor Lighting Ordinance:
Please call and speak with a planner to determine if your project will require compliance with specific provisions of the ordinance.Quick Guide to Dark Sky Lighting Pamphlet (pdf)
Miradi transition to Frontier
Weber County has transitioned to a new project management tool replacing the function of Miradi. Frontier, the new project management tool, can be found at frontier.co.weber.ut.us.
If you had an account in Miradi you will have an account in Frontier. All you need to do is reset your password to your account.
Weber County Planning, Engineering, and Building Inspections