Ogden to temporarily close community spaces, programs
Jan 20, 2022, 8:53 AM | Updated: 11:29 am
OGDEN — A spike in COVID cases has Ogden government officials opting to temporarily close city operated community spaces and programs. The action is “being done in an abundance of caution for public health.”
Facilities being closed include the Marshall White Center, Golden Hours Senior Center, and Union Station. All events hosted at the facilities have also been temporarily suspended. This includes Junior Jazz practices and games, as well as adult volleyball.
The closures will be evaluated in two weeks and updates will be announced when available. Ogden City municipal buildings may experience modified operations.
“Please understand that Ogden City employees are also experiencing the effects of this spike, and our goal as always is to continue to provide the best service for residents, as safely and efficiently as possible, while taking active precautions to preserve the health of city employees,” read a statement.
NEW: Due to the spike in COVID cases, @OgdenCityUtah is temporarily closing city operated spaces and programs. This includes the Marshall White Center, Golden Hours Senior Center, and Union Station. Rec programs are being suspended including Jr. Jazz games & practices. #utah pic.twitter.com/bngkxnQN9c
— Shara Park ✨ (@KSLSharaPark) January 20, 2022