COVID-19 RESOURCES

On April 2, 2020 the Weber-Morgan Health Department issued a new Public Health Order that is in effect through April 16, 2020. See details below under Community Resources.

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EMPLOYER RESOURCES

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COMMUNITY RESOURCES

On April 2nd, 2020, the Weber-Morgan Health Department issued a new Public Health Order that is in effect through April 16, 2020.

Public Health Order Document

Public Health Order FAQs

Business Operations

CHAMBER WEBINARS

VIEW pertinent business trainings to support your organization.

CORPORATE GIVING

SEE STORIES of businesses giving to social needs in our community!

DOING BUSINESS WITH THE CHAMBER

In considering upcoming meetings and events sponsored by the Ogden-Weber Chamber of Commerce, we are monitoring the threat posed to health by the COVID-19 virus, including updates and recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as state and county authorities.

At this time, we are limiting in-person meetings hosted by the Chamber. While we wish to avoid the spread of illness, we plan to continue providing valuable benefits to our members! Meetings and events that can take place virtually, will be. Please look for specific communication about the format, dates and times.

For Chamber committee events that track attendance, the decision to not attend will NOT be counted against attendance requirements.

Weber Center and Chamber Office Facility Access

For the next 15 days, the Weber Center will be available by appointment only and closed to the general public beginning March 17th at noon. The Ogden-Weber Chamber of Commerce will remain open for business and members may enter the building for Chamber business.

Please call 801-621-8300 to schedule an appointment.

Entrance
To protect public health, the Weber Center can be accessed from the front door on Washington Boulevard ONLY. All visitors will be met by a security guard and permitted to enter the building when mentioning that you have business to conduct with the Chamber of Commerce.

Parking
For the time being, the Weber Center parking structure is closed to all vehicles. Parking for members is available in the parking lot east of the Weber Center, the lot east of the old Wells Fargo building (across 24th Street), and on the street (along 24th Street and Washington Boulevard). We apologize for the inconvenience. While we do not know how long the structure will be closed, we will update our members with new information as soon as we have it. Thank you for your patience.