Weber County is the fourth-most populated county in Utah.  Ogden is the county seat and largest city in the county. Weber was formed in 1850 and named after the Weber River, which was named after John Henry Weber, a fur trapper in the mid-1820s. The county is part of the Ogden-Clearfield, UT Metropolitan Statistical Area as well as the Salt Lake City-Provo-Orem, UT Combined Statistical Area.

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The County has a total area of 659 square miles, of which 576 square miles is land and 83 square miles is water, making it the third-smallest county in Utah by total area. Zip codes for Weber County include: 84067, 84201, 84244, 84310, 84315, 84317, 84401, 84402, 84403, 84404, 84405, 84407, 84408, 84409, 84412, 84414 and 84415.

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Weber County extends from high in the Wasatch Range in the east into a portion of the Great Salt Lake to the west. The Weber and Ogden rivers run through its valleys. The county is divided into two regions - the Lower Valley and the Upper Valley. The Lower Valley, which is adjacent to the Great Salt Lake is more populated. The Upper Valley consists mostly of the Ogden Valley, the watershed of the Ogden River.

 

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Main cities and towns in Weber County include:  Ogden, Roy, South Ogden, North Ogden and Washington Terrace. All Weber County cities include:  Farr West, Harrisville, Hooper, Marriott-Slaterville, North Ogden, Ogden (county seat), Plain City, Pleasant View, Riverdale, Roy, South Ogden, Uintah, Washington Terrace, West Haven, Town and Huntsville.  Census-designated places in Weber Coounty include: Eden, Liberty and Wolf Creek.  Unincorporated communities within the county include:  Nordic Valley, Reese, Taylor, Warren and West Weber.

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Adjacent counties to Weber include:  Box Elder County, Cache County (north), Rich County (northeast), Morgan County (south), Davis County (south) and Tooele County (southwest).  There are a variety of points of interest and fun things to do in Weber County such as:  Ogden Union Station (Browning Firearms Museum, Browning Kimball Vintage Car Collection), Fort Buenaventura, Pineview Reservoir, Willard Bay State Park, ski resorts, Ogden's historic 25th Street, Ogden Nature Center, Abbey of our Lady of the Holy Trinity in Huntsville, Weber State University and Eccles Community Art Center, to name a few.

Some of the best skiing in the world is in Utah and Ogden in Weber County is home to three excellent ski resorts, including:  Snowbasin , Powder Mountain and Nordic Valley

Climate

Weber County gets around 21 inches of rain per year and approximately 46 inches of snowfall.  The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 82. On average, there are 226 sunny days per year with July highs around 91 degrees and January lows around 17 degrees.

People

As of 2014 Weber County's population is 230,940 with 401 people per square mile (population density).  The median age is 30.9.  57.23% of people in the county are married and 11.56% are divorced.  The average household size is 2.87 people.  39.39% of people are married,with children and 15.23% have children, but are single.

Housing Overview

The median value of Weber County Utah homes for sale is $167,800 with home appreciation at 5.60%.  The median age of Weber County real estate is 34 years.  Renters make up 25.66% of the population and 7.48% of houses and apartments unoccupied (vacancy rate).  Value of owner occupied housing:

  • Less Than $20,000 3.25%
  • $20,000 to $39,999 1.46%
  • $40,000 to $59,999 0.98%
  • $60,000 to $79,999 2.87%
  • $80,000 to $99,999 5.04%
  • $100,000 to $149,999 22.55%
  • $150,000 to $199,999 25.68%
  • $200,000 to $299,999 22.54%
  • $300,000 to $399,999 8.97%
  • $400,000 to $499,999 3.66%
  • $500,000 to $749,999 2.04%
  • $750,000 to $999,999 0.50%
  • $1,000,000 or more 0.46%

Education

The quality of a school district is often a top factor for parents considering where to live.  Strong school systems like those servicing Weber County attract new residents and help their cities prosper.  Weber is served by 2 school districts - Weber School District and Ogden School District.  Weber County schools as a whole spend $7,674 per student. There are 22 students per teacher, 1,152 per librarian, and 527 per counselor.

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Public Schools in Weber School District - High Schools include:  Bonneville High School, Canyon View School, Fremont High School, Roy High School, Two Rivers High School, Weber High School and Weber Innovation High School.  Middle Schools include:  Canyon View School, North Ogden Junior High, Orion Junior High, Rocky Mountain Junior High, Roy Junior High, Sand Ridge Junior High, Snowcrest Junior High, South Ogden Junior High, T H Bell Junior High and Wahlquist Junior High.  Elementary schools - (complete list).


Public Schools in Ogden School District - High Schools include:  Ben Lomond High School, Ogden High School and George Washington High School.  Middle schools include:  Highland Junior High School, Mound Fort Junior High School and Mount Ogden Junior High School. Elementary schools include: (see complete list).  List of private schools in Weber County.

 

Weber County colleges and universitiesWeber State University is a public university located in the city of Ogden in Weber County and is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.  Ogden–Weber Applied Technology College offers is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education.Utah State University Extension is a cooperative program between Weber County, Utah State University and the United States Department of Agriculture.

Economic Overview

The unemployment rate in Weber County is 3.50%, with job growth of 3.95%.  Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 44.40%.  Sales tax is 6.85%.  Income tax is 5.00%.  The income per capita is $23,241, which includes all adults and children. The median household income is $54,923.

Weber County has a diversified economy which consists of many different industries.  High tech, information processing, aerospace, manufacturing and government agencies are some of the most prominent industries.

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Hill Air Force Base is home to the 388th Tactical Fighter Wing which trains on the Utah Test and Training Range, located to the west of the Great Salt Lake.  The base employs thousands of civilian personnel.

The Internal Revenue Service has a regional tax processing center located in Ogden and employs thousands of people at several sites in the city.  The US Forest Service also maintains a regional office in Ogden and employs around 500 people.  The County provides services for over 200,000 people over a 576 square mile area, employs 640 full time employees and operates on an annual budget of over $50 million.

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Transportation

The average one-way commute in Weber takes 22 minutes.  79% of commuters drive their own car alone, 13% carpool with others and 2% take mass transit and 3% work from home.

The Utah Transit Authority (UTA) offers over 100 bus routes within its operational area. Most of these routes provide regular transportation throughout the day.  While many are primarily commuter routes, some are special services, such as ski routes that only operate seasonally.

Numerous others serve Weber and northern Davis counties that connect into either the Ogden Intermodal Hub on the west edge of town or to Weber State University.  TheFrontRunner commuter rail  runs between Salt Lake City and Pleasant View, just north of Ogden, and includes a stop at the Ogden Intermodal Hub.

The nearest major airport is Ogden-Hinckley Airport with domestic flights from Ogden - 4 miles from the center of Weber County.  Another major airport is Salt Lake City International, offering international and domestic flights from Salt Lake City - 43 miles from Weber County.

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Realty Path Summit is a full-service real estate brokerage representing buyers and sellers. If you are a buyer, our foremost goal is to assist you in finding the perfect home in the right neighborhood to fit for your lifestyle, preferences and needs!

We focus our real estate services in the following communities of Weber County, but not limited to:  North Ogden, Ogden, Pleasant View, and Eden (click on the links to learn more about these communities).

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If you are considering selling your home, we utilize the latest real estate marketing tools online and offline to expose your Weber County real estate property to the widest range of potential buyers.  We are here to get your home aggressively marketed to sell as quickly as possible and for the best price!

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Our team of real estate professionals have extensive knowledge of the Weber County and Davis County real estate market, which allows us to guide our clients intelligently.

Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission, and that is to provide exceptional customer service while assisting you throughout the transaction.  Please call us today or fill out the online contact form and let us know how we can best serve your Weber County real estate needs.  We look forward to speaking with you!

 

Kelly L. Cordova-Armer, Associate Broker
Realty Path @ The Junction
2368 Kiesel Ave.
Ogden UT 84401
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