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About Weber County

Weber County covers 576 square miles reaching from the eastern shores of the Great Salt Lake, across the Wasatch Front and deep into the Wasatch mountains. Ogden, the second largest city in Utah, and its suburbs, fill the fertile grasslands between the lake and the mountains. The jagged, rocky mountains rise thousands of feet above the city, covered in patches by junipers and scrub oak. Trees, houses and buildings stretch for miles below the mountains, with a few moderately tall buildings in the city center.

Ogden Canyon cuts into the abrupt face of the mountains on the east of Ogden, leading to the Ogden Valley which is nestled in the middle of the mountains. Smaller communities like Huntsville are found in Ogden Valley, along with recreation areas such as the Huntsville Reservoir and ski areas.

Weber County was one of the original counties formed in 1850. The county seat is at Ogden.

Interstate 15 passes north and south through Ogden, following the Wasatch Front. Interstate 84 leaves Interstate 15 near Ogden and cuts through the mountains to meet Interstate 80. Utah Highway 39 leaves Ogden eastward, passing through Odgen Valley, and into the Wasatch Mountains.

Street Index

1000 North Street
1275 North Road
1450 East Road
1900 North Road
2900 West Road
3100 East Road
3300 East Road
3300 North Road
3500 East Road
3600 North Road
4100 North Road
4650 North Road
4800 North Road
500 South Street
5100 North Road
5300 North Road
5400 North Road
5750 North Road
6225 East
6225 East Road
7450 East Street
7800 East Road
7900 East Street
8600 East Street
8750 East Street
a dirt road
a street
Ant Flat Road
Huntsville Reservoir
Liberty Cemetery Road
Main Street
Middle Inlet Beach Road
Nordic Valley Drive
North Fork Road
River Drive
Sheep Creek
South Canyon Road
State Highway 158
State Highway 162
State Highway 166
State Highway 167
State Highway 226
State Highway 39
Stringtown Road
The Ogden River

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