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Valuation Notice Information - Click Here for Valuation FAQ’s
NEW! For your convenience, you are now able to submit your valuation appeals online! You must submit supporting documentation in order to file your appeal online. Click the link below if you’d like to appeal the assessed value of your property.
Click Here to launch the Online Appeal Application
Click Here for Truth in Taxation

Wasatch Front Regional Council

The Wasatch Front Regional Council (WFRC) has released its draft Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and is seeking public comment on projects identified for the program. The TIP is updated every year, with the current program outlining proposed new construction projects to be funded from 2015 through 2020.

Click here to view the Draft 2015-2020 TIP. 

Projects identified in the TIP come from the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP). The RTP identifies the long-range transportation needs for the region, including transit, roads, bicycle, and pedestrian projects. Amendments to the current RTP are also being considered and are available for public comment and review. The corresponding air quality conformity analyses will also be available.

Click here to view the proposed amendments and here for the RTP interactive online map.

These plans, programs, and projects are subject to public review and comment prior to consideration and possible adoption by the Regional Council.  The public review and comment period will begin on June 28, 2014 and run through August 2, 2014.

Comments may also be given to Sam Klemm at or mailed to WFRC, 295 North Jimmy Doolittle Road, Salt Lake City, UT  84116. 

Para recibir esta informacion en Espanol, envie un correo electronico a Sam Klemm a

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Use of county website increases
OGDEN — Weber County’s property tax website contains so much information that one user said that it “sometimes feels like I’m inadvertently snooping.” But Ogden resident Dan Schroeder said he also finds it very valuable. Read More...

Weber County AAA rating Weber Co. earns AAA bond rating – Again!
Weber County officials received word that the proposed Library Bonds have garnered a ’AAA’ rating from Fitch Ratings. This is the second year in a row that a Weber County bond issue has received the highest rating possible. In 2012, Standard and Poor’s gave Weber County a ‘AAA’ rating for the county’s bonds used in the joint venture Ice Sheet and indoor practice field with Weber State University. For the complete Fitch report on the County’s Library bonds, Click Here.

24th Street & I-15 Environmental Assessment
The Weber and Ogden Rivers, I-15, and the Union Pacific Railroad create barriers that restrict traffic flow between west Ogden and downtown Ogden. The 24th Street corridor has been the traditional entrance to downtown Ogden as it is one of the few east/west roads that cross the Weber River, Union Pacific Railroad tracks, and I-15 and connect west Ogden to downtown Ogden. Click Here to Read More...

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