Vision: “Promoting economic, industrial, professional, and community welfare for Ogden.”
Mission: “Ogden will be a destination to live, work, and play, resulting in population growth, balanced economic growth, and increased quality of life for its residents.”
- Craig Christensen, President
- Leanne Samuelson
- Jean Mallicoat
- Ed Dobelis
- Hans Boehm
- Dr. Rick Elbert
- Keith Berg
- Nick Lentz
- Lori Anderson
- Denny Good, Ex-Officio
- Jane Zahasky, Ex-Officio
- Kurt Phillips, Ex-Officio
- Create opportunities for housing along with programs focused on the visual attractiveness of residential areas.
- Encourage new business, existing business expansion, and the improvement of the downtown area.
- Increase quality of life through recreational and community activities.
- Promotion, marketing, planning, and development of our committees and programs.
What we’ve done:
- Helped expand Ogden Farm & Feed
- Facilitated the building of Boone County Family Medicine in Ogden
- In 2016, we granted $5,875 toward revitalization of downtown buildings, which spurred over $300,000 in building improvements.
- In 2016, we granted $9,600 to help families with home improvements, which spurred over $40,000 in home improvements.
- Created a revolving loan with Ogden Municipal Utilities to help fund those wanting to begin business and create jobs in Ogden
- Purchased new “Ogden” signs, welcoming those driving into town
- Signage Committee
- Contact: Lori Anderson (email@example.com)
- Housing Committee
- Contact: Matt Van Sickle (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Promotions and Marketing Committee
- Contact: Mary Bergstrom (BergstromMaryA@johndeere.com)
How to get involved: If you would like to get involved with Ogden Legacy and/or any of its committees, please contact Craig Christensen (email@example.com).
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Business Assistance/Storefront Grant
The purpose of the Ogden Legacy Business Assistance/Storefront Grant program is to improve/expand existing businesses, attract new businesses, increase building values, and improve the general appearance of the downtown district.
Eligible projects include renovation or construction of an awning or a sign, construction, renovation, or improvement of a building storefront, demolition or cleanup of an existing building in the Ogden Business District.
The Ogden Legacy Business Assistance/Storefront Grant program will pay seventy-five percent (75%) of the total qualifying project costs up to a maximum of $2,500 per project.