Skyline Parkway Extension
14th Street Sewer Project
1100 North Reconstruction
Grant Avenue Promenade (22nd to 24th)
9th Street Storm Drain
The restored Ogden River
The Engineering Division of Ogden City works mainly "behind the scenes" as a support group, monitoring, maintaining and improving the infrastructure of the city. Working closely with the City's Water, Sewer, Storm Drain, and Street Divisions, Ogden City engineers determine the utility needs for an ever-evolving town.
As part of an ongoing effort to improve the quality of utility services available to residents, it occasionally becomes necessary to construct water tanks and pipelines along Ogden's hillsides or to tear up roads to replace aging and inadequate utility pipes. These temporary inconveniences help ensure a better quality of life for residents in the future.
Engineering Design Requirements
All public improvements and private development are governed by the 2013 Ogden City Engineering Standards and Amendments for Public Works Projects.
Ogden City's Engineering Standards incorporate many aspects of the "2012 APWA Manual of Standard Specifications" and "2012 APWA Manual of Standards Plans." Electronic copies of these two volumes can be purchased from the American Public Works Association (AWPA) or at the City Municipal Building.
Ogden City maintains record drawings of utility line locations, layouts, and sizes. This information is available to contractors upon request, either by telephone or email.
Addressing for all properties, including new subdivisions and developments within Ogden City is either assigned or verified under the supervision of the City Engineer. Occasionally a property owner will discover that the address of his or her property title does not match county records, utility records, or sometimes even the house number itself. The property owner is encouraged to contact Ogden City Engineering at 801-629-8990 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org