Ogden Facts


Elevations in Ogden range between 4,300 and 5,200 feet above sea level, with local mountains soaring to 9,500 feet. Ogden enjoys four distinct seasons. Temperatures average in the mid-80s during July, the hottest month of the year. January, the coolest month, has average temperatures in the mid-20s.


Ogden has a population of 84,316 (2014) with a median age of 28.6 years and an average household of 2.75 persons.   Downtown Ogden has daytime population of 8,500, and there are over 114,500 people living within a 10 minute drive of downtown. Population for the State of Utah sits at over 2.9 million, with well over half of the State's population residing along the Wasatch Front. Ethnic and racial minorities make up over 36% of Ogden's population, the largest minority group being Hispanic or Latino at 30.1%, followed by African Americans, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asians, and Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander.