New Working Membership
New Working Members attend a club meeting to finalize their new membership. Our By-Laws state: Any person of good moral character, proposed by a member in good standing and accepted by majority vote of the general membership present at a club meeting may become a member provided they are willing to accept and perform all requirements of the organization.
Existing Working Member Renewal
Working Memberships for a single rider are required to work 20 hours per year. Family members living in the same household, i.e. Children, Spouse, can ride on the same membership. Family memberships of 2 or more riders 13 years or older are required to work 30 hours per year. Children 12 and under can ride on the same membership without additional hours.
Non Working memberships can add additional riders 13 years and older for an additional $200/rider. Children 12 and under can ride on the membership without additional dues. Non Working memberships are more like a season pass. You have the same access to the track as a working member, but don’t have all the same benefits. Non Working memberships still have to pay gate fees at race events. Non Working memberships can buy guest passes but they cost more. Additional riders must be immediate family/spouse living in the same household.
Existing Charter Membership Renewal
Working members reach Charter status once they have maintained their membership for 10 consecutive years. Charter Memberships for a single rider are required to work 10 hours per year. Family members living in the same household, i.e. Children, Spouse, can ride on the same membership. Family memberships of 2 or more riders 13 years or older are required to work 15 hours per year. Children 12 and under can ride on the same membership without additional hours. REQUIRES CHARTER ELIGIBILITY.
LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL
Lifetime membership is normally granted to working members after fifteen (15) consecutive years in good standing. Lifetime Members will pay yearly dues (if applicable) and must also sign required waivers between January 1st and March 31st of each year to remain a member.
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IMPORTANT: All members must fill out and sign the OCA Membership Agreement and if applicable the Parental Consent And Waiver EVERY year. SIGN YOUR MEMBERSHIP AGREEMENT & WAIVERS HERE.
Our By-Laws state that in order to become a new working member you must attend a club meeting, have a current member must vouch for your character and the members present at the meeting must have a majority vote to confirm. It is possible to become a working member even if you don’t know a current member. If that is the case you need to schedule a meeting with the Board of Directors for them to have a personal interview and make a decision from there.
Non-working Memberships are available at any time throughout the year and do NOT require attending a meeting. Non Working memberships do NOT have a cap, we have an unlimited amount available at all times. Non-working Memberships can be purchased at a meeting, or by filling out the forms and mailing in a check.
All memberships are for the calendar year/season. Whether you purchase your membership in January or July, it is good until the end of the year, NOT 1 year from the date of purchase.
Active memberships have access to use the track year round, even in the off-season while we don’t have water or grooming. During the off-season, the conditions can get rough, and without water, it can get very dusty. We ask our members to use their best judgment when they use the track when there isn’t water available. If it gets too dusty or if the track is too rough to ride then members are asked to not ride during those times. We must be respectful of our neighbors, use your best judgment.
All active member riders must sign the OCA Membership Agreement, and if applicable, the Parental Consent Release And Waiver EACH YEAR.
Membership Dues / Renewals are due Jan 1st every year and are considered delinquent after March 31st. Early payment would be greatly appreciated. Please print and mail completed and signed membership application to:
PO BOX 13066
Ogden, UT 84412-3066
If mailing your payment:
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to notify us that you have mailed your forms/payment so we can keep track of what to expect.
Guest Passes can be purchased ONLY at club meetings. Guest passes can only be purchased by Working Members and Non-Working members in good standing.
Guests are only allowed to ride the track with a member of the track.
When you bring guests to the track, BEFORE RIDING they need to sign the ONLINE GUEST PASS WAIVER and ALSO wear the GUEST PASS WRISTBAND the entire time they are on the property. Failure to follow these rules can lead to losing your membership!
In 2016, we passed an amendment to the by-laws allowing Non-Working members to purchase and use guest passes.
Club meetings are typically held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 7 pm at the Roy City Library. Occasionally there are scheduling conflicts in which case we will post the date of the meeting in advance. Working members are required to attend at least half of the meetings annually to remain in good standing. All club business is discussed and voted upon at these meetings. By attending you will get a chance to have your voice heard. Any changes to by-laws are proposed and voted on. You can also buy guest passes and pay your membership renewals. If you are interested in becoming a member, please attend one of our monthly club meetings. At the meetings you can get a feel for how the club works, as well as ask any questions about becoming a member. We have a limited number of working memberships available but as working members become charter, new spots open up. You can also email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. New working members must attend a club meeting to turn in their application and talk with the board of directors prior to becoming a member.
Pump House Procedure
The sprinkler system is a one-step process. The sprinklers should be run on a regular basis to avoid dust and also assist in grooming prep by keeping moisture in the track.
Please allow other members to water on an appropriate interval.
The one-step process is posted at the system controller on the southeast corner of the track.