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Logan Aquatic Center
451 South 500 West
Logan, UT 84321
(435) 716-9266 or
(435) 716-9280
Fax: (435) 716-9254

Open Swim Public Hours:
  Monday
  12:00 noon to 8:00 pm
  Tuesday through Saturday
  12:00 noon to 7:00 pm
  Sunday
  12:00 noon to 6:00 pm



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Logan Aquatic Center

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CLOSED FOR THE SEASON.

Logan Aquatic Center is responsible for providing various types of Aquatic activities. The facility has a 50 meter lap pool, diving pool with a low and high dive, leisure pool for the kids, and 2 water slides.


The Aquatic center provides a variety of programs which include swimming lessons, water aerobics, a hydroifit class, lap swimming, fit for life seniors, and BSA merit badge classes. Life guard training and water safety instruction are also offered.


The center is open daily in the summer for public swim and can be rented in the evening for exclusive or multi group use.


The Logan Aquatic Center opened August 11, 2001. Pictures of the grand opening.


Swim Diapers and Waterproof Swimwear are required.


Prevent Cryptosporidiosis!

State Pool Rule R392-302-30 (C)

"Any child under three years old, any child not toilet trained, and anyone who lacks control of defecation shall wear a water resistant swim diaper and waterproof swimwear. Swim diapers and waterproof swimwear shall have waist and leg openings fitted such that they are in contact with the waist or leg around the entire circumference."


See the examples below.


Swim Diapers Waterproof Pant


Soliciting or selling of merchandise, tickets, or services on Logan Aquatic Center property is prohibited without a Special Event Permit.


Not sure if your reservation requires a Special Event Permit?


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

For more information on Special Events click here.

Logan Aquatic Center:

The LAC accommodates a capacity of approximately 2000 people holding 800,000 gallons of water in three separate pools: 50 Meter, Olympic size, lap pool measuring 50 meters by 25 yards with 1-meter and 3-meter diving board dive well, Leisure/kiddy pool depths range from 6 inches to 3 feet with tumble bucket and mushroom raindrop, Speed Slide (must be 48 inches in height to ride), and Circular Slide (must be 40 inches in height to ride). Amenities include lounge chairs and picnic tables with umbrellas. We have two family changing rooms with showers. Concessions are available during public hours. The LAC provides life jackets at no charge with picture ID. Logan Aquatic Center will not open if outside temperature is below 65 degrees.




Hours and Open Swim Daily Admission Fees

The Logan Aquatic Center is open seven days a week through Labor Day.


Hours:
Monday
Tuesday through Saturday
Sunday
12 pm - 8 pm
12 pm - 7 pm
12 pm - 6 pm


Fees:
3 and under*
Spectator
Individual
Active Adult (60+)
Military with ID
Disposable Diaper
Reusable Plastic Pants
No charge
$2.00
$5.00
$3.25
$3.25
$1.00
$3.50


*State Pool Rule R392-302-30 (C) "Any child under three years old, any child not toilet trained, and anyone who lacks control of defecation shall wear a water resistant swim diaper and waterproof swimwear. Swim diapers and waterproof swimwear shall have waist and leg openings fitted such that they are in contact with the waist or leg around the entire circumference."


Holiday Hours: 12 pm - 7 pm
Memorial Day, Independence Day, Pioneer Day, & Labor Day
(no morning or night lap swim or water aerobics)

Hours when school is in session (Aug 18 - Aug 29)
Monday
Tuesday - Friday
3 pm - 8 pm
3 pm - 7 pm
Logan Aquatic Center Pass Fees
10 Punch 3 Month Platinum*
Individual (4+) $40 $120 $250
Active Adult (60+) $25 $80 $150
Family (of 4) NA $275 $425
Adult Lap Swim $20.75 $75 NA
Adult 60+ Lap Swim $15 $55 NA

*Platinum Pass is a one-year pass that includes open swim at the Logan Aquatic Center and admission to the Logan Community Recreation Center. It does not include programs or swimming lessons.


Monday night is FAMILY DISCOUNT NIGHT from 4-8 pm. The fee is $15 per family (immediate family only). If Discount Night falls on a holiday, hours are 3-7 pm.


Lap Swim is Monday through Friday from 5:30 - 8:30 am and from 9:45 - 10:45 pm. The fee is $3 for 18 - 59 year olds and $2.25 for Active Adults (60+).


Pool may be rented for private group parties Tuesday through Saturday from 7:30 - 9:30 pm. For more information contact the Logan Aquatic Center at (435) 716-9280.


Logan Aquatic Center Pavilion
Come enjoy our covered pavilion located inside the Logan Aquatic Center during open public swim. Great for birthday parties, family get-togethers, and other group events. For more information or to reserve call (435) 716-9280.

Fee:
Times Available:
$34 (per 3 hours)
12 - 3 pm or 4 - 7 pm


PDF of the information on this page


Logan Aquatic Center Preventative Maintenance

Building Maintenance:

  1. Floors are mopped and cleaned daily and free of any debris.
  2. Windows inspected and cleaned daily.
  3. Door hinges, locks, and handles inspected weekly for proper operation.
  4. Building air conditioners and heaters are inspected at the beginning and end of each season.
  5. Showers, sinks, toilets, urinals, and other restroom fixtures are inspected daily and repaired as needed.
  6. Building lighting is inspected regularly; lamps and ballasts are replaced as needed.
  7. Painted surfaces are inspected regularly and painted as needed.
  8. Water fountains are cleaned and tested for operation and samples taken yearly to be tested by the Bear River Health Department for water safety.
  9. Chemical pumps and pump controls are checked daily for correct operation and leaks.
  10. Boilers inspected daily for proper operation and any gas or water leaks.
  11. Pool, slide pumps and piping are inspected daily for correct operation and leaks.
  12. Ultra Violet disinfection system inspected daily for proper operation.
  13. Water flow controls check daily for correct flows.
  14. Debris screen are cleaned daily as needed.
  15. Sand filters inspected weekly for proper operation.
  16. Inspect Chlorine and acid storage tanks, piping and fittings for leaks.

Pool Area Maintenance:
  1. Pool deck is cleaned and washed down nightly and inspected for any hazards.
  2. Water features in the leisure pool are inspected daily for proper operation and for any loose parts.
  3. Lifeguard stands are inspected daily for loose parts and for stability.
  4. Water slide inspected daily for leaks and any damage.
  5. Water slide stand inspected for loose or missing parts and that the stairs are free of any hazards.
  6. Pools are inspected daily for loose tiles, debris in the pool, and damaged equipment.
  7. Diving boards inspected and tested daily for any damage or improper setup.
  8. Exterior fence inspected to make sure there is no damage and all gates working properly and locked.

PDF of the information on this page

Swimming Pool Rental

Pool Slide Pool

Available to rent from the first Saturday in June through the last Saturday in August. Full payment is required at time of reservation. Scheduling is done up to one year in advance.


Available to Rent: Tuesday - Saturday    7:30 - 9:30 pm
Pool Rental Fee $300/Multigroup use (200 or less per group)
$500/Exclusive Group Use (up to 600 per group, an additional fee of $1 will be charged for each participant over 600 - the maximum capacity is 1,800)
Pavilion Rental Fee: $34 Fairview Pavilion (located outside the facility) is available from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm or 3:30 pm to dusk
$34 Logan Aquatic Center Pavilion (located inside the facility) is available Monday through Saturday, 12 noon to 3:00 pm or 4:00 to 7:00 pm and Sunday, 12 noon to 3:00 pm or 3:00 to 6:00 pm

State Pool Rule R392-302-30(C): "Any child under three years old, any child not toilet trained, and anyone who lacks control of defecation shall wear a water resistant swim diaper and waterproof swimwear. Swim diapers and waterproof swimwear shall have waist and leg openings filled such that they are in contact with the waist or leg around the entire circumference."

Soliciting or selling of merchandise, tickets, or services on Logan Aquatic Center property is prohibited without a Special Event Permit.

For more information or to schedule the Logan Aquatic Center contact the Logan Parks and Recreation Department at (435) 716-9250 or Dan Blakely at (435) 716-9247


PDF of the Logan Aquatic Center Rental Contract Application and Agreement

Aquatic Staff



Dan Blakely

Dan Blakely

Recreation Manager
(435) 716-9247
Employed Since 2006

Job Responsibilities:

Oversees all of the recreation programs for the City of Logan. Manages budgets, purchasing, and general operations of facilities; including the Logan Community Recreation Center and the Logan Aquatic Center. Responsible for the interviewing, hiring, training, scheduling, and supervising of approximately 100 staff; including lifeguards, front desk staff, program coordinators, custodians, and cashiers. Schedules use of Logan Community Recreation Center for the public, Logan High School, and special events. Meets regularly with Logan High School administration to monitor facility use and discuss budget items.

Certifications/Degrees:

CPO Certified (Certified Public Pool Operator), NAMS Level II, Adult, Child & Infant CPR/First Aid Certified, Member of URPA and NRPA, 1st Line Supervision Training, Special Event Flagger Certified



Center for Persons with Disabilities


The Center for Persons with Disabilities at Utah State University is excited to be in partnership with Logan Parks and Recreation Department to offer an expanded program to help facilitate greater inclusion of children of all abilities into Logan Parks and Recreation Department activities.


The Center for Persons with Disabilities has received a grant to fund this expanded program. We feel that children with disabilities should have the opportunity to participate in activities with those who don’t have disabilities. This grant will provide the following services:


The grant will provide volunteer staff to assist with children’s special needs. We will have a pool of volunteers from many organizations trained in working with children with disabilities in various activity settings. These volunteers will be trained, a background check will be completed and they will consult directly with the child’s parent about any pertinent behavioral, medical or other concern the parent may have. Please ask Logan Parks and Recreation Department staff to identify your child as one who may need additional assistance when turning in your application for the activity your child will participate in. That way, we will be able to provide appropriate volunteer supervision for your child.


Secondly, this grant will provide special training for Logan Parks and Recreation Department employees, coaches, and volunteers who will be working with your child. This training will be provided by qualified professionals from the Center for Persons with Disabilities and is offered to ensure that your child will have a safe, fun experience.


Thirdly, this grant project will promote wider use of the Logan Parks and Recreation Department activities by children with disabilities. We have surveyed children in the school districts and have attempted to publicize our project. We hope that this effort will encourage more children with special needs to participate.


As part of this project, we feel that there will be benefits beyond facilitating children with disabilities within the Logan Parks and Recreation Department activities. We anticipate children of all abilities creating friendships that will last not only during the span of the activity, but into the school and other extra curricular activities. We also hope to benefit the parents of children with special needs by allowing the parents to sit and watch their child participate in an activity without having to worry about safety, focus on the activity or assisting their child during the activity. Our volunteer staff will be there to help with that part of the activity.


We sincerely hope that if you have a child with a disability, you will consider not only enrolling him/her in Logan Parks and Recreation Department activities but will use the resources within this grant to make his/her experience, as well as your own more enjoyable.


If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to email Curt.

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