Community Resource for COVID-19

Ogden Downtown Alliance has been privileged to disburse over $30,000 directly to service industry workers. The Support Ogden Dining Fund was created to aid those baristas, bartenders and servers that relied heavily on tips for their income.

This would not have been possible without the generous support of Ogden’s Own Five Wives Vodka, the Willard L. Eccles Foundation, the Stephen G. and Susan E. Denkers Family Foundation and contributions from local residents.

Thank you for your generosity. The Support Ogden Dining Fund is yet another reminder of what a strong and incredible community Ogden is.

Weber-Morgan Health Department has issued a “Stay Safe. Stay Home.” public health order. The Health Department has more information available, including a count of tests and cases in both Weber and Morgan Counties. Find more information at Weber-Morgan Health Department.

Please take a moment to complete the 2020 Census if you haven’t. It is important for the city and community as a whole. More information is available at

We would like to thank everyone for what they are doing to help stop the spread of COVID-19. By now we’re sure you have the basics down.

  • Wash your hands with soap and water.
  • Avoid touching your face, eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Keep a distance of at least 6 feet from others.
  • Wear a mask when distance guidelines cannot be maintained.
  • If you are showing any symptoms, stay home and avoid contact with anyone else.
  • If you can telecommute, please do so.

Some local businesses are shifting focus to help in this time of need. Ogden’s Own Distillery has introduced The Five Wive’s Hand Sanitizer. Working together with Ogden locals, Hippie Skin and Grounds For Coffee, to make the hand sanitizer available for purchase. Please visit Five Wive’s FAQ for more information.

Coleman Knitting Mills is also temporarily shifting business from making sportswear to making washable surgical masks and gowns. They are shipping nationwide to medical practitioners and first responders. If you know any local medical practitioners or first responders in need, please have them contact Coleman Knitting Mills ASAP.

Beehive Cheese dropped off over 1,100 pounds of cheese to help the Lantern House shelter. They also donated loads of salami and boxes of crackers to help fill brown bag meals. Lantern House helps to provide the poor, needy and homeless with food, shelter and emergency services. Beehive Cheese is currently donating 3% of web sales to help Local Utah Restaurants.

If your business is actively working to fight the spread or you know of any that are, let us know. We would love to share the story how the Ogden community is proudly working together and still moving forward. Send information to

One of the things that makes Ogden great is our access to the different hiking, nature trails and our beautiful natural scenery. The trails are remaining open and are a great way to get out of the house without a large social gathering. Our friends at Salt Lake Valley Trails Society have made a guide for mountain bikers and the recommendations are also helpful for hikers and people getting outside.

Many workers have been impacted by COVID-19. If you and your family are feeling pressure financially, here are some resources for you.

Intermountain Healthcare, Connect Care is currently free for Coronavirus relate calls. If you think you may have been affected please use Connect Care

Small local businesses make the Ogden community unique. If you are one of Ogden’s amazing entrepreneurs and are seeking information for how to keep your business alive during this time, please visit our resource page for business owners and Employers. There is loads of information about the federal stimulus package, low interest loan programs and ways to innovate and survive.