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Admissions and Participation Statistics Reports7 documents
- Fiscal Year 2019 Recreation Division Statistics Report
- Fiscal Year 2018 Recreation Division Statistics Report
- Fiscal Year 2017 Recreation Division Statistics Report
- Fiscal Year 2016 Recreation Division Statistics Report
- Fiscal Year 2015 Recreation Division Statistics Report
- Fiscal Year 2014 Recreation Division Statistics Report
- Fiscal Year 2013 Recreation Division Statistics Report
- Department Organizational Chart Chart listing all Department divisions, full-time benefitted staff, and their job titles. Includes employee photos.
- Benefits Icons Logan Parks and Recreation Department staff have identified programs that provide physical, cognitive, social, and environmental health benefits to individuals and to our community. Program health benefit(s) are identified by an icon attached to each program description in the Leisure Guide and on program flyers.
- 2019 CAPRA Self-Assessment Report Logan Parks and Recreation Department joins the ranks of other park and recreation agencies and departments across the country by earning re-accreditation through the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA) and the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). This distinguished accomplishment was awarded during the NRPA Congress and Exposition Best of the Best Ceremony. As part of the re-accreditation process, Logan Parks and Recreation Department had to demonstrate compliance with recognized standards and document all policies and procedures.
- 2016 Bonneville Shoreline Trail Coalition Annual Report The Bonneville Shoreline Trail has been designated as Utah's Millennium Legacy Trail, as part of a White House initiative on the basis of our Governor's recommendation and the Utah Legislature recognized the trail during the 1999 General Session. The vision of the BST is a non-motorized trail that serves as an interface between the urban area and public lands along the Wasatch Front and will provide trail users with a recreational experience at a distance from motorized activities that is both safe and aesthetically pleasing. The Bonneville Shoreline Trail Coalition is an organization of entities, both citizen and governmental, representing the communities in Utah involved in promoting, planning and building the Bonneville Shoreline Trail (BST). This report shows the progress made along the length of the trail. Work on the trail is performed by the different city, county and federal jurisdictions through which it passes.