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Welcome to the Weber County Planning Division

Welcome to the Weber County Planning Division web page. The web page is an extension of the Planning Division Customer Service Strategy, which is to be helpful to citizens, customers, and other agencies.

You will find information regarding Weber County’s two general plans for the unincorporated county, (the West Central Weber County General Plan and the Ogden Valley General Plan including the Recreation Element) and the County Land Use Code (zoning, subdivision and sign regulations).

Those wanting to submit applications will find application forms, a fee schedule, and instructions on how to make an application. Tracking applications is easy; just click on the Miradi link below.

Weber County has two planning commissions, i.e., the Western Weber Township Planning Commission and Ogden Valley Township Planning Commission, as well as, a Board of Adjustment. The Planning Commission and Board of Adjustment agendas, minutes, and staff reports are posted for each meeting. Postings for upcoming public hearings, draft ordinance and plan amendments are provided.

Please do not hesitate to contact us with your questions or offer a suggestion. We can be reached by calling (801) 399-8791 or via e-mail by clicking on the envelope in the upper right hand corner of the second column.

Rick V. Grover Planning Director

Applicants Needed for the Western Weber County and the Ogden Valley Planning Commissions

The Weber County Commission is taking applications for the Western Weber County Planning Commission and the Ogden Valley Planning Commission. The Western Weber County Planning Commission meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month and the Ogden Valley Planning Commission meets on the 1st and 4th Tuesdays. Special meetings may be scheduled throughout the year. Applications can be found at: or picked up at the Weber County Planning Division office, 2380 Washington Blvd., Suite 240, Ogden UT. Accepting applications until the positions are filled. Call Sherri Sillitoe at 399-8794 for further information.


Miradi is a collaborative electronic reviewing and project tracking solution for Weber County which means 'project' in Swahili. Miradi treats everything as a project. An ordinance amendment, building permit, subdivision, board of adjustment appeal, and business license are all examples of different types of land use activities and permits. At an abstract level, each example is a project involving many unique properties, aspects, people, and reviewing agencies.

Miradi helps to organize and track projects. Reviews, dates (submittal, expiration, etc), files, comments, parcels, violations, etc, can be added to a project. Every user can follow any number of projects and receive notifications of new project activity. The dashboard shows new activity and keeps track of a users projects.

Reviewing agencies are selected when a project is created. These agencies can add reviews and comments to a project, helping the project manager gather expert information and present findings to decision makers all in a very timely manner.

Meeting Agendas, Packets & Minutes
1. You may go to the Agendas and Minutes link on this page for the Western Weber County Planning Commission, the Ogden Valley Planning Commission,and the Board of Adjustment or
2. Go to the Miradi Program and search for the project "Ogden Valley/Planning Commission Meetings" or "Western Weber/Planning Commission Meetings," or the "Board of Adjustment Meetings"
3. Visit the State of Utah Public Meeting Notice Website at

If you need further clarification please feel free to call Sherri at 801-399-8794 or send an email to

The main meeting place for both the Planning Commissions and the Board of Adjustment is in the County Commission Chambers of the Weber Center (2380 Washington Blvd) unless otherwise noted. The pre-meeting/training for the Planning Commissions is held in the Weber County Commission Break-out Room and is open to the public to attend but not available for public comment. The Administrative Review Meetings are held in the Weber County Planning Division Conference Room, Suite 240, in the Weber Center, 2nd Floor, 2380 Washington Blvd., Ogden, Utah unless otherwise posted. Please press the following links to view the agendas meeting packet and/or minutes of each respective Planning Commission:

Commenting at Public Meetings and Public Hearings
Planning Ordinances
Proposed Ordinance Amendments

The Planning Division is working on updating the Weber County Land Use Code. The update is intended to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the code by providing greater objectivity and clarity in processes and standards. Current projects can be reviewed in the search box of Miradi for any of the following:

  • Conditional Use Code, and related changes.
  • Land Use Table, including a complete restructure of Title 104, and related changes.
  • Home Occupation
  • Standards for Single Family Dwellings
  • Supplementary and Qualifying Regulations regarding projections into a right-of-way or setback.
Proposed General Plan Amendments & update documents
  • The Planning Division is also working on updating the Ogden Valley General Plan. That project has its own website. Please press the following link to review the status:
Notice of Public Hearings

General Plans
Wolf Creek Resort Community Input to Future Development Information

Contact Information

Attn: Sherri Sillitoe

Weber County Planning Division
2380 Washington Blvd., Suite 240
Ogden, UT 84401
Phone: (801) 399-8791
Fax: (801) 399-8862
Business Hours
Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
We are closed holidays including the day after Thanksgiving.
  • Records Request Form

Tell us how we are doing

You can Fill out the Customer Service Card and e-mail it back or print and drop it off in the office.
Customer Service Card
Frequently Asked Questions
Weber County Board Application

The following application forms are intended to make it easier for applicants to understand the development process and get applications approved. The form effective date should reflect a date of 6/01/13 or later.

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