Welcome to Logan
Interested volunteers should contact Mark Johnson, Cemetery Sexton, at (435) 716-9270.
Please click to download: Survey.xlsx
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The Leisure Guide highlights Department sports, camps, programs, activities, and special events occurring March through July 2016 as well as park and facility information.
Printed copies will be available beginning March 2 at the Logan Community Recreation Center, Logan Library, Cache Chamber of Commerce, and the Cache Valley Visitor's Bureau.
Programs include: Swimming Lessons, Boy Scout Swimming and Lifesaving Merit Badges, Adult Basketball, Adult Volleyball, Adult Softball, Cache Valley Tennis Association Tennis Tournaments, Youth Volleyball Camp, Sports and Fitness Camps, Tee Ball, Coaches Pitch, Cache Valley Youth Baseball, Co-Ed Indoor Soccer, Girls Slow Pitch Softball, Girls Fast Pitch Softball, Logan Flyers Track Club, and Summer Playground.
For more information concerning this or other Logan Parks and Recreation Department programs or facilities contact us at (435) 716-9250 or stop by 195 South 100 West, Logan or visit us at www.loganutah.org/PR.
Currently there is a scam aimed at Logan City utilities customers where the scammer calls and says they are from the utilities company and that a payment is required immediately to avoid disconnection of electricity. This is fraud. DO NOT give your private information to anyone over the phone unless you can verify their identity.
If you have any questions about the status of your utilities account, please contact the Logan City utility billing office at 435 716.9208.
LOGAN RIVER RESTORATION
DRAFT CONSERVATION ACTION PLAN
February 11, 2016, 6–8 pm
Logan River Golf Course Clubhouse Tournament Room
550 West 1000 South
What do you want the Logan River to look like in the future? The Logan River Task Force is
developing a plan to manage the river for recreation, flood conveyance, wildlife habitat,and
more. The draft plan applies to the Logan River from First Dam to Cutler Reservoir.
Documents posted below include:
1) Summary of the Draft Conservation Action Plan
2) Summary Spreadsheet
3) Summary of a survey of residents who live along the river
Send questions and comments to: Sean Keenan at email@example.com or 435-752-4202.
If there are unfavorable weather conditions that close the ice rink before this date (February 15), the rink will remain closed for the winter.
The rink will not be maintained beyond February 15. The process for melting the ice sheet will begin on February 16. It involves applications of sand and humate. Closure signs will be posted. The purpose of the closure is to allow Parks personnel time to complete other tasks before the spring season.
Skate rental ($3.00) and ice rink building hours are as follows: Monday through Friday-4:00 pm to 10:00 pm; Saturday and Holidays-12:00 noon to 10:00 pm; Sunday-Closed.