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Craig Petersen
290 North 100 West
Logan, UT 84321
(435) 716-9004

Teresa Harris
290 North 100 West
Logan, UT 84321
(435) 716-9002

City Administration

The Administration Department of Logan City consists of the Economic Development division, the City Recorder, the Mayor, and the Justice Courts.

This department is the core of Logan City, so if you have any issue at all, then contact Teresa Harris, the City Recorder, (435) 716-9002, and she will be able to help you resolve it, or she'll be able to point you in the right direction.


~ Meet the Candidates Night ~ Tuesday, October 6 ~

Come and Meet the Candidates on the ballot for the upcoming General Election.

*Watch for your Vote-By-Mail ballot going out October 5. Vote for up to 3 candidates, place a stamp on the return envelope or you can bring your ballot to City Hall in person. One polling location will be open on Election Day, Tuesday, November 3 at City Hall if you would like to bring in your ballot and vote at the polls. VOTE...VOTE...VOTE!

Meet the Candidates

Fine Arts Committee Meeting Notice

Logan's First Poet Laureate

Tour of Utah Road Closures for August 3, 2015

Cultural Arts Grant Application

Notice of a Proposed ASSESSMENT AREA Designation

2015 Downtown Façade Program

The City of Logan is pleased to offer a grant program intended to stimulate investment in downtown building façades. The program is designed to assist rehabilitation projects of varying scope. These may range from smaller painting, lighting, or awning replacement projects to the more extensive storefront modifications or complete façade overhauls. Property renovations may include efforts to enhance parking areas.

For more information please follow this link: Downtown Façade Program

Mayors Proposed Budget Fiscal Year 2016

Logan City Project Donations

Cache Valley's Freedom Fire Independence Day Celebration and Fireworks Show-Friday, July 3

The celebration of our nation’s independence has always included spectacular aerial fireworks enjoyed by thousands of people in Cache Valley. Not only is the fireworks part of the annual Freedom Fire celebration at Utah State University’s Romney Stadium, but it’s also a long-held tradition for families and friends who gather every summer at their favorite place in the valley to watch the city of Logan’s patriotic salute to the country it loves.

Your charitable donation will help to sustain the aerial fireworks that have long since been a tradition for so many, regardless of where you enjoy it. Simply indicate on the form provided below your information and donation amount for Cache Valley’s Freedom Fire Independence Day Celebration Fireworks.


Logan Cemetery Entry Project-900 North 1200 East

KSL Link: Logan city leaders turn to crowdfunding to help fund city projects.

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


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