Creating a Sustainable Community through People, Parks, and Programs
We are continually looking for ways to improve the Logan River Golf Course Men's Association, Pro Shop, and golf course. We ask that you take a few moments and participate in our survey. Your opinion and feedback is very valuable to us
After completing the survey you can receive a free small bucket of balls by printing the confirmation page and presenting it at the Pro Shop by May 1.
To take the survey click here.
Logan City Municipal Code states: “Any short term event at a temporary location that is open to the public for a fee, where the public can participate as a spectator or a participant. Special events shall also include any event available to the public that requires the full or partial closure of the public right of way or the use of city property whether or not a fee is required. Specials events include, but are not limited to, races, concerts, dances, exhibitions, lectures, parades, or other types of entertainment.” §5.04.010
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The Logan Parks and Recreation Department has implemented a Concussion Management Plan in compliance with H.B. 204. The Concussion Management Plan provides key information on policies and procedures for concussion prevention and care. To view the Concussion Management Plan as well as other helpful information, click on the links provided below.
The extension of the Logan River Trail west of 10th west. This next phase will start at the Logan
River bridge and continue west and southwest to 1800 south. Construction has started although
wetland mitigation issues will be addressed and constructed first.
There continues to be discussion on a trail that will follow the canal corridor (the canal that
parallels Canyon Road) from 600 east /boulevard to 1st Dam. This trail will be built as soon as
plans are finished and funding is secured.
The BST trail tunnel at Canyon Entrance Park will soon split and the easterly trail will connect
to Ray Hugie Hydro Park and then continue east through the park and past the hydro power plant
and parallel Logan River until it connects with the Logan River Trail that is on Forest Service
7 to 10 days of consistent temperatures (15-20 degrees below freezing) and consistent conditions.
Sufficient snowfall of at least 8-10 inches is needed before construction can begin.
Once there is sufficient snow it is packed to establish frost for ice sheet support (3 nights using trucks to pack snow).
Below freezing temperatures are needed for 7 to 10 days during the ice building process of spraying an even amount of water on packed snow base.
Crews are able to build approximately a 1/3 inch of ice every 8 hours.
In a 4 day period, under optimal conditions, a 4-inch base of ice can be achieved.
Solutions to litter problems are not always about cleaning up. In most cases, solutions
come from thoughtful prevention.
Here are some examples of what you -- and others -- can do to help prevent litter in our community.
We know it takes each and every one of us to make a difference. Do your part to enhance the quality of life for all citizens of Logan by preventing litter in our community.
Welcome to the Parks and Recreation Department! We are part of the municipal services offered to
the citizens of Logan, Utah.
The department is dedicated to fulfilling the City's mission of sustaining and enhancing the
quality of life for the citizens of Logan. To do so, the department is comprised of six different
Please use the links on the left to explore our department and services.
DEPARTMENT VISION STATEMENT:
We Create Quality Life-long Experiences for Men, Women, and Children
DEPARTMENT CORE VALUES:
Safe and Clean Parks and Facilities
Attention to Citizen Input
Stewardship of City-Owned Spaces
Partnerships and Alliances
Management of City Resources
Diversity in Public Places