Neighborhoods and Community Building

The Council continues to focus on ways to cultivate neighborhoods of choice and improve the quality of life for all Ogden residents.

Quality Neighborhoods Initiative

The Quality Neighborhoods Initiative continues to be a budget priority, with $1 million allocated to this effort. The initiative is the City’s plan to stabilize and revitalize Ogden’s neighborhoods by establishing a pattern of public investment that catalyzes desirable and appropriate community development. In redeveloping neighborhoods, creating this investment environment involves building on the bright spots that exist within the neighborhood, while removing impediments to investment.

For more information on Quality Neighborhoods, click here


Ogden is actively engaged in the Ogden Community Action Network (OgdenCAN) to support health, education, and housing opportunities in the East Central Neighborhood.

Neighbor Up Grant Program

The Council has launched a Neighbor Up grant program. Residents or neighborhood associations may apply for up to $575 for activities such as block parties, picnics, neighborhood crime prevention, trainings, and other gatherings that build connections between neighbors. Grants are also available to fund supplies for neighborhood cleanup and beautification projects.  

For additional information on the Neighbor Up grant program or to apply for a grant, visit

Diversity Connections

Ogden continues to focus on its work promoting diversity, equity, and human rights. The community adopted the Ogden Diversity Charter in FY2017, Ogden established a Diversity Commission as an advisory committee to the Mayor and Council on issues of diversity in the community.

For additional information, visit the Mayor's Office for Diversity Affairs website