Ogden closes city operated spaces and programs due to rising omicron cases
Jan 20, 2022, 3:28 PM | Updated: 3:28 pm
OGDEN, Utah— Citing a “recent alarming spike” in COVID-19 cases, Ogden City announced they would be temporarily closing city operated community spaces and programs Wednesday.
These facilities temporarily suspended include the Marshall White Center, Golden Hours Senior Center, and Union Station along with all programs or events normally hosted within these spaces.
Programs suspended include adult volleyball, all Marshall White Center activities, Jr. Jazz games and practices, and all Golden Hours activities.
The release from Ogden stated, “Please understand that this is being done in an abundance of caution for public health.”
The release advised patrons of the Ogden City Municipal Buildings that they may experience modified service as the situation is being continually evaluated. Ogden City employees are also dealing with the effects of this COVID-19 spike and will continue to provide the best service for residents while taking appropriate precautions.
“Thank you for your patience and consideration while we all get through this together. This temporary modification in operations will be evaluated in the next two weeks and updates will be provided as they come available,” the release stated.