Light and Power Department
About Logan City Light & Power
Incorporated in 1904, Logan City Light & Power is your locally-owned public utility, one of many city-run power systems in the state. We are dedicated to maintaining the electric utility system and providing safe, reliable service to you 24 hours per day.
In order to supply safe and dependable power to you, we are continually upgrading, repairing, and maintaining our power lines and other equipment. This dangerous work requires extensive training. Each crew member completes a rigorous program that includes four years of apprenticeship with on-the-job and written training to become certified to work on high voltage power system equipment and lines. To protect the public and our employees, crews follow strict industry safety rules when working on energized high voltage lines and equipment.
Our five divisions are Distribution (three line crews and a line service crew), Engineering, Metering, the System Operations Control Center (SOCC), and Administration. These divisions include 31 Light & Power employees who work together to provide top-notch service and value to our customers.
Energy/Water Conservation Contest - 11/13/2015
Cache Solar Discount Program - 4/13/2015
Sign up for the Logan Solar Rate Here - 3/25/2015
Do you want to have solar power but can't afford to put a solar panel on your home? Sign up for 100 kWh at Logan City's Community Solar Farm webpage. Limited shares are available, so sign up soon.
400 North Lighting - 6/29/2016
After more than half a century, Logan City’s 400 North will be getting new street lights.
Fifty-one double-headed decorative lights have been installed from Main Street to 700 East and the connecting electric lines are now underground. All of the new lights are LED, which will result in much less electricity being used than with the old “Cobra” lights.
A “flip the switch event” to celebrate the first use of the new lights will be held at 400 North and 400 East on Wednesday, June 29 at 9:30 P.M. The public is invited.