Ogden is a business development machine pumping out over 3,823 new jobs, $113 million in new property values, and $79 million in sales revenues since 2012. I will continue to drive strategic economic growth to make Ogden a world-class hub in the Aerospace, Defense, Technology, and Outdoor Recreation industries.Read More
As Ogden’s economy booms, the need for skilled workforce is critical to attract new companies, improve the city’s employment portfolio, increase household income, and cultivate and retain commerce. I will continue to lead community coordination of education, government and industry partners for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) to prepare Ogden's workforce to access high-paying jobs.Read More
Ogden has successfully recruited 30+ leading brands in the outdoor industry and is set to take off in the Aerospace, Defense and Technology industries. I will lead Ogden’s neighborhood transformation by comprehensively addressing issues of distress and blight to create a more balanced community.Read More
Ogden’s long list of accomplishments, recognitions, growth and development has been the product of community collaboration, connected commitment, and innovative partnerships. I will continue to lead the investment in relationships with key community partners including Ogden City Council, Ogden City Schools, Ogden/Weber Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB), Weber County, GOAL Foundation and the Ogden/Weber Chamber of Commerce.Read More
Ogden City Mayor, Mike Caldwell is driven by his passion for Ogden. From exploring around the foothills near his childhood home on 9th Street and his college years at Weber State to his professional employment in county government, public affairs, tourism and world-class event management, Ogden has always been the place he has chosen to live, work and play.
Ogden City Mayor Mike Caldwell is a transparent leader who is changing the face of Ogden. His guidance flames Ogden’s creative and independent spirit, attracting global business and world-class events.
With a clear agenda to continue Ogden’s legacy as a unique and engaging place, Mayor Caldwell promotes the area’s distinct mix of outdoor recreation, burgeoning business, and commitment to education and community.
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