Welcome to Logan
Logan City Environmental Department would like to remind residents that container repair is a complementary service. If your container is in need of repair, please let us know. We are pleased to announce that Cache County residents can now report broken cans and dumpsters online.
You will need the container number in order to fill out the form completely. When obtaining a container number, please include all numbers and letters on your container as this helps us to identify parts that we may need to service your container. Fill out this form for residential cans. Fill out this form for commercial dumpsters.
Once the form has been submitted, your container should be left in an accessible location (in the front yard, but not on the street) until your container has been repaired or traded. Residents can use their containers as normal during this time. Service should be completed within two weeks of submitting the online service request. For questions about container repair or this service, please call our office at (435) 716-9755.
The City of Logan is hosting seven neighborhood meetings during the month of April.
Meetings will start with a 30-minute large group session, followed by an array of information stations that people can pick and choose to visit, depending on their level of interest.
Ellis - Tuesday, 8 April; Ellis Elementary;
Representative: Beth Saul, (435) 752-7260, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hillcrest - Wednesday, 9 April; Hillcrest Elementary;
Representative: Benjamin George, (435) 512-7847, email@example.com
USU Students - Monday, 14 April, 5:30pm; Taggart Student Center Auditorium;
Representative: Dennis Kohler, (435) 797-0215, firstname.lastname@example.org
Woodruff - Wednesday, 16 April; Woodruff Elementary;
Representative: Carrie Hathaway, (435) 890-3923, email@example.com
Adams - Tuesday, 22 April; Adams Elementary;
Representative: Maybell Romero, (435) 752-3551, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bridger - Wednesday, 23 April; Bridger Elementary;
Representative: James Liddle, (435) 890-0953, email@example.com
Wilson - Wednesday, 30 April; Wilson Elementary;
Representative: James Reese, (435) 764-3200, firstname.lastname@example.org
Discussion topics include:
- OneHome housing and neighborhood programs
- Assisted living facilities in neighborhoods
- Community Health Fair info
- Projects in your neighborhood
For additional information (including the specific agenda) and to submit topics or questions for further discussion:
- visit nc.loganutah.org
- contact the Neighborhood Representative
- contact city staff via (435) 716-9008 or email@example.com
Also known as the Affordable Housing Rehab Program.
This program will help homeowners make improvements to the exterior of their owner-occupied homes. Eligible applicants can qualify for up to $9,000 in grant funding. Program requirements apply.
Complete information about this and other housing and neighborhood programs for Logan residents can be found at onehome.loganutah.org.
For additional information, contact:
Nicole Simpson, City of Logan
290 N 100 W Logan, UT 84321 (by appointment)
A road closure is currently in place on Canyon Road from the USU Water Lab parking lot to the parking lot at First Dam/Canyon Entrance Park which is at U.S. 89 and Canyon Road. The closure is to facilitate trail construction work occurring in this area of Canyon Road. Traffic intending to access Logan Canyon from Canyon Road must detour at 200 East or 600 East and use 400 North (U.S. 89) to access Logan Canyon.
Local and business traffic traveling east and west bound on Canyon Road will have access up to the USU Water Lab parking lot. Construction and road closure signs are posted for traffic safety and the safety of construction crews working in the area.
Traffic westbound from U.S. 89 at the mouth of Logan Canyon will not be permitted to travel through the construction zone on Canyon Road beyond the parking lot at First Dam/Canyon Entrance Park. West bound traffic on U.S. 89 must detour to 600 East, 200 East, or Main Street.
The road closure will be in effect until May 5. For information about the trail project, please contact Danny Macfarlane at Civil Solutions Group at firstname.lastname@example.org or 435-213-3762 extension 1.
|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.
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.