UPDATED AS OF MARCH 18, 2020
LOGAN – As a precautionary measure due to the threat of the coronavirus and COVID-19, Logan City will operate the lobbies of City Hall (290 N 100 W), Public Works (450 N 1000 W), and Environmental Center (153 N 1400 W) by appointment only as of Wednesday March 18,2020.
Most City business can be conducted over the phone , on the website or via email.
Residents will need to use the drop box for utility payments if they prefer not to pay online at www.billpay.loganutah.org. The drop box is located in the parking lot between the Post Office and Logan City Hall. Residents can also pay over the phone with a credit card.
The Logan Library and Logan Community Recreation Center will be closed through at least March 30.
Due dates of all library items will be extended through March 30, the book drops will be open so you may return your items, holds will also be held at the library until it reopens. For more information on the library closure visit here.
Cleaning of the rec center will take place while the facility is closed and staff will be available at the front desk to answer questions.
The Jr. Jazz and Men’s basketball programs have been postponed until further notice. All aerobics classes are cancelled through March 30.
The Logan Skate Park is closed until further notice. Logan Pickleball Courts are open.
The final public input community meeting regarding the Dog Friendly Parks Pilot program has been rescheduled to April 15, 2020. The spring parks and trails cleanup project will still take place as scheduled.
All applications for new service and temporary dumpster rentals are being taken electronically or over the phone. If you need to pick up containers for new garbage service, call ahead. if you are bringing material to the landfill the city is accepting cards only.
The Logan Justice Court is still open during regular business hours. However, hearings are cancelled except for in custody hearings, bench warrant hearings, trials for individuals being held in custody, domestic violence hearings, and sentencing hearings.
City officials want to ensure residents that city infrastructure is functioning normally. The city’s water quality is tested annually and complies with EPA standards for clean and safe drinking water. The EPA does not expect COVID-19 to be a threat to municipal water supply. The city’s 13 power plants continue to function normally, according to a statement released by Logan City.
Utilize city 911 emergency services for emergencies only. If you are feeling sick but not in immediate danger, connect with your doctor, quick care or hospital online or on the phone before seeking in-person treatment.
If you have any cold/flu symptoms or have questions, use telehealth services (phone apps, websites, phone #s) provided by local hospitals and insurance providers before going to a facility to avoid overloading hospitals, clinics, and ERs. You will then receive instruction about whether or not to go to a healthcare facility for follow-up.
Snow removal will function normally and winter parking regulations end March 15th. Garbage and recycling will continue to be collected on the normal schedules.
The next Logan City Council meeting is tentatively schedule April 7 at 5:30 p.m. Citizens can watch the meeting live on the Valley Channel (17) or on the city’s Facebook page.
Logan City and Cache County leaders continue to work with the Bear River Health Department and will provide updates as warranted.