Water and Waste Water
The Water and Waste Water Division is made up of four sections:Water Metering, Water Quality, Water Distribution, and Waste Water Collections. Our Division will enhance the quality of life in Logan City through excellence in professional services and efficient management of infrastructure for the public. Our organization utilizes our experience, expertise, and commitment to protect the community's health and welfare by providing a supply of high quality water and managing waste water in a way which exceeds Federal and State water quality standards at the best price possible to our customers. We are honored to be a part of a large City that has a small town feel.
Water Quality Reports
Here is the Waste Water Homepage.
Water Waste Water Division Manager
Keri L. Moya
Water Division Secretary
Water Quality/Cross Connection Inspector
The Water, Waste Water, and Storm Water Advisory Board
- Mark Nielsen (City of Logan Public Works Director)
- Paul Lindhardt (City of Logan Water/Waste Water Division Manager)
- Bill Young (City of Logan City Engineer)
- Keri L. Moya (City of Logan Water/Waste Water Division Secretary)
- Karl Ward (City of Logan Council Member)
- Jed Al-Imari (City of Logan Street Maintenance Manager)
- Ronald C. Sims (USU Biological and Engineering Department)
- Carter Talbot (Schreiber's Cheese)
- Ben Jarvis (Culligan Water)
The Water, Waste Water, and Storm Water Advisory Board meets on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at the Logan City Service Center located at 950 W. 600 N. meetings begin at 4:30 p.m. Meetings are open to the Public.
We have Board members that represent several groups. They include the Canal Companies, general public and citizens, industrial and commercial, City Council, Public Works Department Staff, and Engineers. The purpose of the board is to receive input from different sources in order to make the most effective and educated decisions that are best suited for everyone in the community, in order to preserve and maintain one of our most valuable resources.
If there are any questions you would like address or discussed at the next Board meeting you may submit them to Keri Moya at (435) 716-9620.
The Utah Water Conservation Plan Act (73-10-32, UCA), requires water systems with more than 500 connections to prepare and implement a water conservation plan and update it every five years. This water conservation plan meets the requirement of this act. The City of Logan has made significant progress within the realm of water conservation.
Water Conservation Plan
If this is an EMERGENCY such as an accident or fire, please dial 911 immediately on you phone.
For water leaks, broken water mains, sewer backups, or other immediate needs call:
(435) 716-9620 - Between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
(435) 716-9090 - after hours, or on weekends or holidays.
To turn on or off your water at the meter or to arrange for other services call
(435) 716-9620 Between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
1. What is the hardness of the City's Water?
A) 12 - 14 grains or 255 ppm.
2. Does Logan City add fluoride to the Water?
A) No we do not add fluoride to the water; however fluoride is naturally present in our water. The amount of fluoride is 140-200 ppb.
3. Where does the responsibility of the City end and the Property owner's begin?
A) The City's responsibility ends at the water meter. If there are any problems after that point it is the responsibility of the homeowner.
4. What is a thermal expansion tank?
A) As water heats it expands and increases in volume. before the installation of the backflow device at the meter, this water was able to travel backwards through the meter and back into the City water lines. Now it will stop at the meter and look for an escape route. A thermal expansion tank absorbs the day to day increses.
5. My bills seems high. Could my meter have gone bad?
A) Meters will not 'speed up' and over bill with age. The older the meter is the less water it will register. There are several possibilites that can be the problem. We may have recently changes your meter to a newer radio meter that is read monthly. You may also have a possible leak.
6. I think I have a leak. What should I check?
A) The most common items that leak are hose bibs, swamp coolers, faucets, water softeners, toilets, and sprinkler systems. Deep valve sprinkling systems should be dry with no standing water. A helpful tip for checking a leaking toilet is to put a few drops of food coloring in the back of the tank. If the coloring appears into the bowl it indicates a leak.
7. My water has a funny smell, taste, or odor. Is there something wrong with it?
A) Let the water run from your taps for about 10 minutes. If there is still a problem contact the Water Department.
Monthly Water Base Rates
Single-Family and Duplex - $16.00
Multi Family - $11.00
Commercial (based on size)
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Unmetered Accounts - $22.00
Water Consumption Rates
Single-Family and Duplex
up to 10,000 gallons - $0.99/1000 gallons
over 10,000 gallons - $1.60/1000 gallons
up to 10,000 gallons - $0.94/1000 gallons
over 10,000 gallons - $1.57/1000 gallons
Commercial (flat cost, no tier) - $1.13/1000 gallons
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