Pleasant View, a suburban Ogden community in Weber County, has around 8,300 residents. Situated at the base of Mount Ben Loman, Pleasant View is known for exquisite mountain views, and has a lot to offer residents. The city boasts four beautiful parks, with amenities such as boweries, playgrounds, soccer fields, baseball fields, basketball courts, and even a horse arena. The Wadman Nature Park is a nine-acre park centered around spring-fed wetlands, and abounding with wildlife such as deer, pheasants, and other colorful birds. The Heritage Center is located in City Hall and chronicles the history of Pleasant View with historical items and photos. The North View Senior Center offers an assortment of programs and activities for community residents, and the Youth Council provides an opportunity for youth to get involved with the government and serve the community. The City of Pleasant View holds a Founders Day celebration each June. A 5K Run and a one mile walk is a much-loved tradition, and benefits the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation as well as the Boy Scouts of America. In addition to the run, the celebration includes a flag ceremony, breakfast, parade, salmon bake, entertainment, music, and fireworks.
Smith and Edwards, arguably Utah’s biggest general store, and known affectionately as the “Country Boy Store,” has been around for over 60 years. It is only a few minutes away in Ogden and features hard-to-find goods and tools. Other nearby attractions are the museums at Union Station, Willard Bay State Park, Golden Spike National Historic Site, Antelope Island State Park, and the natural hot springs, which lie in the north-western corner of the city. Other easily-accessible recreational activities include skiing, canoeing, hiking, rock climbing, snowshoeing, camping, horseback riding, mountain biking, snowmobiling, and much more. The Wasatch Mountains are an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise.
A Front Runner station is located in Pleasant View, making commuting within Davis, Weber, Salt Lake, and Utah Counties easy and convenient. Weber State University is in nearby Ogden, Utah State University is less than forty-five minutes north, in Logan, and the University of Utah is less than an hour’s drive south, in Salt Lake City.
West Property Management knows and loves the Pleasant View area, and would love to offer you our services. One of the things we recommend is regular inspections to identify maintenance issues before they progress. A preventative maintenance survey is performed for a nominal fee (usually $30 to $45, depending on the property and services required). Some of the things we do as part of this service are check every room on the property for lease violations or damage, change filters and clean heating elements where applicable, inspect smoke detectors, check plumbing for leaks, caulk any areas that are not sealed properly, and identify any outstanding maintenance issues. We provide you with a detailed report that documents the property condition. We also document any pet damage or odor, and hold the tenant accountable. Tenants are given three days following the inspection to repair any damages found (including lawn care and other exterior maintenance issues). If they do not comply, we will line up the repair and bill the tenant. We are experienced homeowners, and we know what it takes to make the most of your investment. We are also an accredited business with the Better Business Bureau.