Own one or more rental dwellings in Logan?
If 'yes' you are required to obtain a separate landlord business license for each ownership entity you are involved with that owns rental dwellings (ie. LLC, sole proprietorship, corporation, trust). The City's division of Business Licensing staff is here to assist you in accomplishing this.
Introduction to Landlord Business Licensing
Includes: frequently asked questions, fees, application and review process, additional "good landlord" information, more . . .
– a separate application is required for each ownership entity
addendum – if the ownership entity has more than three properties, you will need this
amendment – to add or remove properties or change owner or agent contact information
Local, State, and Federal Fair Housing Resources (scroll to "Fair Housing Resources")
Zoning, Use, Occupancy Map – a reference to see if your property meets zoning regulations
Good Landlord Courses are being offered by numerous groups and individuals. The City of Logan will accept Good Landlord Certificates from courses taught by approved entities throughout the state of Utah.
In order to encourage landlords to participate in a "good landlord" course, the City is providing a landlord business license fee reduction, from $50 to $10, as an incentive to landlords if they or their agent complete an eligible course.
The following organization has met the City's eligibility requirements to be recognized as a "good landlord" course provider. Please contact the Utah Apartment Association directly for additional information. Other qualified business entities teaching Good Landlord Courses and issuing Good Landlord Certificates may be approved upon review.
Business Licensing is governed by Title 5 of the Municipal Code.