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Department Contact Information
North Ogden Police Department
515 E 2600 N, North Ogden, UT 84414 | Business Phone – 801-782-7219 | Fax – 801-782-6958
If you are in need of police assistance, please call Weber Consolidated Emergency Dispatch – 911 – or Weber Consolidated Non-Emergency Dispatch – 801-629-8221
Business hours | Monday – Friday | 9a – 5:30p | Closed holidays
North Ogden Justice Court
515 E 2600 N, North Ogden, UT 84414 | Phone – 801-737-2203 | Fax – 801-782-6958
Business hours | Monday 10a – 2:15p | Tuesday – Friday 9a – 5:30p | Closed holidays
Court is in session | Monday 2:30p – 3:30p and 4:00p – 5:00p | Closed holidays
North Ogden Justice Court can now process MasterCard or Visa payments by phone before 4:45p.
Animal Services – Jerry Wade
Monday – Friday 9a – 5:30p | Phone – 801-737-2212 | After hours – 801-629-8221
For 24-hour Non-Emergency Dispatch for Police Assistance dial 801-629-8221. This number will connect you to Weber Consolidated Dispatch who will dispatch a North Ogden City Police Officer to assist you.
- CrimeReports.com is a free service to the city and is being funded by the Utah Attorney General’s Office. The web address is www.CrimeReports.com. Our hope is that this will be a valuable tool to the residents of North Ogden. By accessing this site, along with the police department’s Twitter and Facebook pages (www.Twitter.com/NorthOgdenPD and www.Facebook.com/NorthOgdenPD ), citizens will become aware of what crimes are happening in our city and how they can reduce the likelihood that they will become victims. An informed community is a safe community. Anyone interested in viewing incidents for North Ogden need only type their address or zip code into the “My address” bar. Users can also change the types of incidents they wish to view by selecting or unselecting incident types in the “Crimes” button or changing the date range they wish to view on the top of the page. This data comes directly from the calls for service records obtained through Weber Consolidated Dispatch and is updated regularly. This information shows the calls as they are received by dispatch, which may be different from how the incident is listed on the official police report.