Doing Business with Logan City During COVID-19
Slow Reopening of City Facilities Begins Monday May 18
City Hall, other Buildings:
In accordance with the Governor's announcement of Cache County moving to a “Low Risk” or Yellow phase of reopening under the Utah Leads Together Plan, as of 8:00 am on MAY 18, 2020, the lobbies of City Hall and the Police Department (290 N 100 W), Public Works (450 N 1000 W), Light and Power (530 N 800 W), and the Environmental Center (153 N 1400 W) will open to the public. All buildings will have measures in place that adhere to the recommendations set forth by the Governor's order to promote social distancing and safety for patrons and staff.
Specific information about other facilities listed below. If you have general Logan City questions, please call 435-716-9000 or look on our website at www.loganutah.org.
Detailed Low Risk or Yellow guidelines can be found at http://coronavirus.utah.gov under the link to “Utah’s Color Coded Risk Phases.” The guidelines for individuals recommend that face coverings are worn when social distancing is difficult to maintain (for example, in all retail settings), that you maintain a physical distance of 6’ from others when outside of the home, social gatherings should be in groups of 50 people or fewer and it is recommended that high risk individuals continue to follow the guidelines laid out in the moderate risk or orange phase. We encourage all residents to take personal responsibility to be informed and take actions based on common sense and wise judgment that will protect public health.
Logan Community Recreation Center and Parks:
The Logan Community Recreation Center will reopen at 5:30 am on Wednesday May 20, 2020 with regular hours of operation from 5:30 am to 9:30 pm. Restrictions will be in place on the number of patrons allowed in each area and with strict social distancing. All areas will be open to the public on a first come, first serve basis except for locker rooms—which will remain closed. Limited aerobics classes will also be offered. Equipment will not be available for check out, please bring your own. All memberships will be extended once Cache County moves from “low risk” (yellow) to “the new normal” phase of reopening according to the governors Utah Leads Together Plan.
Park playgrounds and park pavilions will open on Wednesday May 20, 2020. Parks staff is in the process of sanitizing playgrounds after which they will remove caution tape and open them to the public. All park restrooms will open beginning Friday May 15, 2020. Park restrooms will be cleaned once daily.
The public should practice personal responsibility and parents must supervise their children. Playgrounds and pavilions will be sanitized periodically. Park users should limit gathering size, social distance where possible, carry and frequently use hand sanitizer.
Park picnic pavilions are available for use by reservation. Pavilions can be reserved online at pr.loganutah.org or by calling the Logan Parks and Recreation Department at (435) 716-9250.
Customers will no longer need to make payment over the phone at the scalehouse. Regular landfill hours are Monday through Saturday from 8 am to 5 pm. Customers should pay attention to signage at the landfill as it may help shorten wait times.
The Logan Library will reopen to the public on June 1, 2020 and the hours of operation will be 10 am to 6 pm Monday through Saturday. Meeting rooms will not be available. Patrons using computers will be spaced with an empty computer between each one. Computers and laptops will be sanitized before the next patron uses them. The Library will continue their options available for patrons to check out books with curbside and mail delivery. See http://library.loganutah.org for more information or call them at 435-716-9123 Monday through Friday from 10 am to 5 pm.
The Logan Justice Court is still open during regular business hours by phone or by remote transmission. Pursuant to Utah Supreme Court Order for Operations During Pandemic, dated May 11, 2020, the Justice Court may not resume in person proceedings until approved by the Management Committee. The Court does conduct mission critical functions including, but not necessarily limited to, probable cause review of warrantless arrests, bail hearings, bench warrant hearings, arraignments, appearances mandated by statute, and sentencing hearings. The Court may conduct hearings through remote transmission using a Webex application. The full order is available at utcourts.gov. We ask that, if you have questions, you call the Logan Justice Court at 435-716-9540 or use the utcourts.gov website first, if possible.