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Parks & Recreation
195 South 100 West
Logan, UT 84321
(435) 716-9250
Fax: (435) 716-9254

Office Hours:
  Monday through Friday
  8:00 am to 5:00 pm

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Recreation Division

Adult Basketball Girls Slow Pitch Softball Pioneer Day Parade

The Recreation Division is responsible for the development of various leisure services, programs, and special events as well as the maintenance and care of several public recreation facilities in Logan namely, Logan Recreation Center and the Logan Aquatic Center.


The Recreation Division offers a variety of programs that span the range of ages from toddler to older adults.


The Division's duties include program development, personnel training, supervision of services, monitoring of revenues and expenditures related to its services, evaluation of services and programs, and delivery of special events which include July 3 Fireworks at Romney Stadium and Pioneer Day Parade and Celebration at Willow Park.



Due in part to a partnership with Utah State University, the City of Logan also offers Adaptive Programs.


Register for programs online



LOGAN YOUTH CITY COUNCIL

2011-2012 Logan Youth Council

The Logan Youth City Council consists of a highly energetic group of high school students wanting to make a difference in their community. Youth council members develop their own guidelines and charter plan, and implement their own activities. Since forming in December of 1996, the Youth Council has been involved with several activities such as Youth Forums, Leadership Conferences, countless service projects, City Council presentations, fund raising events, and leadership conference presentations.


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The Logan Youth City Council (LYCC) focuses on four major areas: 1-Youth leadership development. 2-Local government experience. 3-Increased communication between youth and adults. 4-Opportunity to contribute and benefit from the community.


If you are interested in becoming a part of the Logan Youth City Council, please contact Advisor, Tara Alder, (435) 716-9249. Meetings are held the 1st & 3rd Monday at 6 pm in the Logan City Council Chambers. Everyone is welcome to attend Youth Council meetings.

Concussion Management Plan


The Logan Parks and Recreation Department has implemented a Concussion Management Plan in compliance with H.B. 204.  The Concussion Management Plan provides key information on policies and procedures for concussion prevention and care.  To view the Concussion Management Plan as well as other helpful information, click on the links provided below.


Concussion Management Plan
Fact Sheet for Athletes
Fact Sheet for Coaches
Fact Sheet for Parents


Programming Plan


The recreation programming plan includes all elements and services of the public park and recreation agency's programming functions, including activity selection, type and scope of programs, outreach initiatives, etc. Program elements are aspects such as community centers and playgrounds; programs for senior adults, persons with disabilities and other groups; and specialized program fields such as cultural arts and athletics. Program services are aspects such as program consultation, provision of equipment and facilities, and literature. While related to a master or comprehensive plan, the recreation programming plan shall be an outgrowth of other strategic and program forecasting tools. Program service determinants and participant involvement shall be included in this plan. Agencies with limited recreation program services need to have a plan that defines the scope of services provided by the agency within its service area.


Here is the City of Logan's current Programming Plan.

Recreation Staff



Tara Alder

Tara Alder

Community Youth
Coordinator
(435) 716-9249
Employed Since 2007

Job Responsibilities:

Develop youth programs such as After School Programs and summer programs.  Direct and assemble the Logan Youth City Council.  Manage and maintain the After School programs, summer programs and Youth City Council’s budgets.  Plan and supervise special event activities for children twelve and under.

Certifications/Degrees:

BS Degree in Family and Consumer Sciences with a minor in Social Science. Adult, Child, and Infant CPR and First Aid Certified. Member of URPA. 1st Line Supervision Training. Food Handlers Permit.




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




Trenton Bataeman

Trenton Bateman


Recreation Coordinator
(435) 716-9245
Employed Since 2014

Job Responsibilities:

Supervise staff program coordinators. Oversee all youth and adult recreation programs (participation reports, financial reports, program evaluations, scheduling of facilities, officials and scorekeepers). Manage budgets and keep inventory of equipment, purchase as needed. Assist Recreation Manager with coordination of aquatic facility.

Certifications/Degrees:

BS Degree in Recreation Management.

Group Fitness Aerobics


  • $2 per Aerobic Class
  • $20 for Unlimited One Month Pass
  • $25 for Unlimited One Month + Facility Use
  • $15 for Active Adult Unlimited One Month Pass
  • Aerobics included in all Community Recreation Center Passes


Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
5:45 am

Step Tone & Ab Attack

(SY)

 

Boot Camp

(SC)

(Upstairs)

Power Toning

(SC)

Boot Camp

(SY)

 

PiYo

(AS)

(Upstairs)

Power Toning

(SC)

Step Cardio (SY)

Bags Class

(AS)

(Downstairs)

7:30 am  

Boot Camp/

INSANITY

(Alt. Instructors)

8:30 am

Rock-n-Roll Circuit
(DW)

Pilates/Yoga (DW) Wacky Wednesday (DW) Muscle Conditioning (DW)

20/20/20

(KS)

Zumba

(JS/AH)

9:30 am Yoga (DA/CD/DS)
12:00 noon

Yoga

(CD)

Zumba

(BH)

Zumba

(BH)

Zumba

(BH)

Zumba

(VC)

5:30 pm

Zumba

(AH/BH/JS)

Turbo Kick Sport

(AS)

Cardio Mania

(KS)

Pilates

(DA)

Zumba

(AH)

6:30 pm Power Toning (SY)

Zumba

(VC)

Power Toning

(DA)

Zumba

(VC)

 
7:30 pm

Yoga

(DS)

Yoga

(CD)

Yoga

(DA)

Yoga Intermediate 7:30-9:00 pm

(CD)

8:30 pm

Step & Sculpt

(KS)

Hip Hop

(JS)

Zumba

(JS)


PDF of this information with class descriptions

Instructor Codes:

AH = Ali Harrison DA = Debbie Andrew KS = Kellie Stewart  
AS = Ashlie Stroman DS = Dianna Schaffer SC = Shauna Carter  
BH = Brandi Horman DW = Dorothy Watts SY = Shauna Young  
CD = Chelsea Despain JS = Jennifer Schmidt VC = Vera Carlson  

Family Activities


Logan Aquatic Center Family Discount Night
Logan Community Recreation Center High Five Family Discount Night

Community Services


Programs and Clubs listed here provide services to Logan residents independent of those offered by Logan Parks and Recreation. Logan Parks and Recreation reserves the right to publish Community Programs to the public for informational purposes only without intent to sponsor, support, or assume risk or liability.


Alliance for Youth (435) 716-9249
Boy's and Girl's Club (435) 723-6224
BRAG Area Agency on Aging (435) 752-7242
Cache Archers (435) 753-6552
Cache County 4-H Program (435) 752-6263
Cache County School District (435) 752-3925
Cache County Senior Citizen Center (435) 755-1720
Cache Valley Center for the Arts (435) 753-6518
Cache Valley Hunter Education Center (435) 753-4600
Cache Valley Tennis Association www.cachevalleytennis.org
Common Ground Outdoor Adventures (435) 713-0288
Eccles Ice Center (435) 787-2288
Logan City School District (435) 755-2300
Logan Gators Swim Club (435) 757-5761

Logan School District Community Education

(435) 750-8050
Mt. West Volleyball Club (435) 764-8291
Northern Utah Hispanic Health Coalition (435) 792-6531
Northern Utah United Youth Soccer (435) 753-8202
Options for Independence (435) 753-5353
Cache Sun 'n Snow Runners

www.sunandsnowrunners.com

United States Forest Service Logan Ranger District (435) 755-3620
Boards and Associations
Listed are organizations that provide services to Logan residents. For further information contact the following individuals.
Friends of Willow Park Zoo (435) 750-9894
Logan River Golf Advisory Board (435) 716-9241
Parks and Recreation Advisory Board (435) 716-9241
Wasatch Front Youth Football League (435) 716-9250
Willow Park Zoo Advisory Board (435) 716-9244