Thanks to everyone who came out to participate in the 3rd Annual #ogdenmayorswalk! Health is for everyone!
Know any civic-minded youth who needs the experience of working with local government and helping their peers? Find out how to join our Governing Youth Council on our website. (Link in bio) or call 801-399-7184.
509 free t-shirts, $5 bike helmets, Moana and much, much more! See you at Safe Kids Healthy Kids Day! Gates open at 10 am.
Are you ready to Drop, Cover and Hold On? Tomorrow is the Great Utah #Shakeout.
Suicide is not a black and white issue. Help us bring it into the light by creating mental health safe communities. Let's talk about hard issues. Suicide is a health issue!#suicide #ogden #talksaveslives #hope
Join us tomorrow at Ogden High for a Night of Hope and Healing. Keynote speaker is Taryn Aiken from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. See original student art and Ogden City Councilwoman Marcia White will be on hand to present the art contest awards. Starts at 6 pm.
Don't take that first step to nicotine addiction. #kickbuttsday
Don't forget to set your clocks ahead (and change your smoke detector batteries and change out your 72-hour kit). HAPPY DAYLIGHT SAVINGS!
Call your city, if you live within the boundaries. In unincorporated Weber County, you can pick up bags at the county road shop, 2222 S. 1900 West, #Ogden, #Utah. If you live in the Upper Ogden Valley, you can bag your own sand at the road shop, 4736 E. 2650 North, in Eden. For additional information, call 801-399-8374
If your home has been affected by flooding, please see our website for info on clean up measures. See link in our Instagram profile.
ANNOUNCEMENT: Our internet and telephone systems have been struggling. They will go down for repairs at 4 pm today. But our office are open until 5!
Our Health Promotion staff took their snow shoes out for a lunchtime spin.
For travel, school or even genealogy, our Office of Vital Records is ready to help. Call, (801) 399-7130
Who are these superheroes who walk among us? WMHD health educators training to make our community a safer and healthier place to live!
Public Health RN Cheryl Andreasen will be heard Sunday on Feedback with Abby Bonell on iHeart radio stations along Wasatch Front