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From the Mayor:

Interested in Bringing Your Business to Logan?

Logan City is a vibrant, growing university community with a conscientious and highly-educated workforce. The City Administration is eager to collaborate with compatible businesses who would like to locate in Logan. Visit our "Logan on the Edge" website to see what Logan has to offer. Then contact Kirk Jensen, Economic Development Director at (435) 716-9015.

Mayor Petersen's State of the City Presentation

Welcome to Logan


Register NOW for All Logan Parks and Recreation Department Programs!

The Logan Parks and Recreation Department is now taking registration for all spring and summer youth and adult programs. You can register at the Logan Community Recreation Center, 195 South 100 West, or online.

Did you get a 2015 Spring and Summer Leisure Guide in the Herald Journal?

If not, you can pick up a Logan Parks and Recreation Department 2015 Spring and Summer Leisure Guide at the Logan Community Recreation Center, 195 South 100 West; Cache Chamber of Commerce, 160 North Main; Cache Valley Visitors Bureau, 199 North Main; or the Logan City Library, 255 North Main.

Community Solar Farm

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.

2015 Spring Cleanup

The 2015 Spring Cleanup of yard waste will begin on Monday, April 13, 2015. Specifics on the program can be found on the Streets Department page.

Draft Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan

The City of Logan will create and promote a convenient, accessible, well-maintained, and integrated bikeway and trail system that provides residents with attractive options for transportation and recreation. This system will help balance the city's multi-modal transportation network by comfortably accommodating users of all abilities and link neighborhoods, Utah State University, recreation areas and adjacent communities while improving collective health and air quality.

Here is the Full Draft of the Bike and Pedestrian Plan.

How To Donate For A New Cemetery Entrance

This year, Logan City is focusing on improving the cemetery. Last fall, half of the roads were resurfaced and the remaining roads will be fixed this coming fall. Within the next year, new signage will be installed to help citizens find burial plots. We are also considering erecting a "columbarium," which is a decorative two-sided wall that provides spaces for urns containing the ashes of those who have been cremated.

In addition, the City is cooperating with USU to improve 1200 East which borders the cemetery. Starting in April, the University will fund and install new street lighting, new fencing, and a 10 foot bike/ pedestrian path that will replace the existing sidewalk on the east edge of the cemetery. These changes provide a unique opportunity to make another significant improvement. The Northeast entrance to the cemetery has always been the main entrance and is used for funeral processions. At present, it consists of two small pillars that are deteriorating. The Logan City Cemetery deserves better.

A new Northeast entrance has been designed and will, hopefully, be constructed this summer in conjunction with the USU project. It will involve six new, larger, rock-faced pillars, attractive landscaping, and a wrought-iron LOGAN CEMETERY gateway arch spanning the entrance road to the cemetery. Sketches of the design appear below.

The new entrance will cost about $20,000. The goal is that it be funded by private donations rather than tax dollars. The Logan City Cemetery is such a special place for those who have ancestors buried there that I hope citizens will contribute generously to this project. I will make the first donation. In a few days the City will provide specific information about how others can participate, but the opportunity is available now if you would like to donate. Contact at 435-716-9004.

Full announcement with diagrams

1000 North 600 East Construction Closure

Update (3/26): The 1000 North 600 East intersection will remain closed through Friday morning. Please be aware of continuing traffic control changes.

Update (3/20): 1000 North 600 East construction is progressing quickly. The intersection will be closed from Tuesday morning through Thursday. Please be aware of frequent traffic control changes.

Construction on 1000 North 600 East will begin on Monday, March 16th. 600 East from 1000 North to 1100 North will be closed for approximately two weeks during the first phase. Construction is scheduled to be completed by June 1st.

2015 Curbside Green Waste Season Beginning

The Logan City Environmental Department is pleased to announce the beginning of the 2015 green waste drop site and curbside green waste collection season.

Community green waste drop site containers will be delivered the week of March 16th. We ask that residents please not overfill the green waste drop site containers or leave materials on the ground outside of the containers as this creates difficulties when it comes time to haul the materials to the green waste facility. Containers are emptied nearly daily during the green waste season.

Curbside green waste collection (green can) will begin weekly collection on Monday March 23rd. Please do not overfill your cans or place materials on the ground outside of your can. To sign up to have a green can at your home for an extra $4 a month, please call our office at 435-716-9755.

We would like to remind residents that green waste cans and bins are designed for green waste materials only, including: grass, leaves, small branches, and general yard waste less than 4' in length. No garbage, rocks, dirt or pet waste is allowed.

Green waste can be taken to the Logan City Green Waste Facility (200 N 1400 W) year round for no charge. For questions concerning either of these services, please call our office at 435-716-9755.

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