Sunday, August 11, 2013

Ogden City Work Session Aug. 6, 2013

Ogden River Redevelopment:

The Meadows at RiverBend Townhomes are well underway with the final five units of Phase 1 under construction (15 units total).  The Northern Wasatch Home Builders Association Annual Parade of Homes was held between June 21 and July 7 with the townhomes part of the parade of homes.  The response from visitors was overwhelming.

East Washington Urban Renewal:

The Mobile Apps Lab, a joint-venture between Ogden City, Weber State University, and the United States Economic Development Administration is well underway.  This unique project is designed to re-establish the presence of WSU within the downtown area and leverage its resources to attract, sponsor, facilitate, and train software developers and tech entrepreneurs.  It will be great to have the presence of Weber State University in downtown Ogden again.

American Can Redevelopment Project:

The American Can Project is coming along very well.  We have just one more building to fill.  There interested companies in this project.

Home Depot, online business:

Home Depot will be expanding their operation of additional 40,000 sq. ft. in the BDO economic park.  This provide additional employment of our area.


A new restaurant will be built by the Hilton Garden Inn on Washington Blvd.  The Junction is becoming a gathering point for Ogden.  This adds a great deal to downtown Ogden with the Junction and Historical 25th Street.

Stay tune there will be more information coming.  It my focus to continue with the economic growth the positive outlook for Ogden.

I would like your response, so contact me at  If you would like to help with my campaign by passing out flyers or signs, make some contacts, or make donations to Re-Elect Doug Stephens that would be greatly appreciated.  By working together we continue to see Ogden grow.  Thanks for your help.  Doug Stephens, Ogden City Council Ward #3.

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