Welcome to Logan
The class will be held at the Logan City Environmental Department Classroom, 153 N 1400 W Building A in Logan. This class is limited to 50 people. To reserve your spot, please contact Joe Archer at (435) 716-9749.
|Date:||Monday, March 10, 2014|
|Time:||9:00 am - 11:00 am|
Logan City Hall Council Chambers
290 N 100 W, Logan, UT
- Storm Water
- Standards & Specifications
- Design Standards
- Address questions
Sponsored by: Logan, Providence, Hyrum, North Logan, Millville, Richmond, River Heights, and Hyde Park Cities
Logan City will require attendance to this meeting for land disturbance and work in the right-of-way permits.
The City of Logan invites Community Development Block Grant applications between February 24 and March 14. To simplify the application process, applicants can choose from two application packages, both which have an applicant information form and one of the following:
PRIORITY 1: NEIGHBORHOOD & HOUSING APPLICATION
Use this application for activities that contribute to neighborhood infrastructure or facility (including housing) improvements in eligible neighborhoods.
PRIORITY 2: OTHER COMMUNITY NEEDS APPLICATION
Use this application for activities that contribute to social services, nonprofit, or neighborhood initiatives that address community needs for low/moderate income residents.
Contact James Olson, CDBG Coordinator with questions via (435) 716-9008.
Two more sessions of an optional technical assistance seminar will be presented at Logan City Hall (290 N 100 W) on March 6, March 11. The seminar begins at 12:00 pm, lasting approx. 45 minutes. Attendees will receive tips for creating a competitive, thorough application and questions will be answered.
Most households have a Compact Florescent Light bulb (sometimes called a "curly light bulb" or a CFL). Most CFLs contain less than 3.5 mg of mercury (and some are as low as .8mg).
To dispose of CFLs properly, you can bring your bulbs to the Logan City Household Hazardous Waste facility for FREE (if you are a residential customer). Simply bring it to our facility located at 1400 W 200 N in Logan. You can also check with home improvement stores within Cache County to determine if they have a CFL recycling program. Please call (435) 716-9755 with questions.