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Community Development

Mike Desimone
Director
(435) 716-9022

Debbie Zilles
Administrative Assistant
(435) 716-9021

Margaret Olsen
Secretary II
(435) 716-9000

Community Development Department


Welcome to the Community Development Department


We welcome your input as we plan for the future of our city, and we look forward to serving you!


If you look around Logan, you see new homes, new neighborhoods, and new businesses joining the landscape of our city. Logan is experiencing significant growth which will continue in the coming years. The Department of Community Development ensures Logan's growth is smart, safe, and of benefit to our citizens, visitors, and businesses. The Community Development staff, in cooperation with the Planning Commission and other citizen boards, carries out the growth and development policies of the Municipal Council as expressed in the General Plan, Building Code, and Land Development Code .


Permits and Licenses



Monthly Summary of Building, Business Licensing, Code Enforcement and Planning Activities

These Community Development reports provide a monthly summary of the permitting, licensing, code enforcement and project review activities for this department. They are intended to be a summary of information only. If you have any questions about this data, or need additional information, please contact Debbie Zilles at (435) 716-9021.


Community Development Monthly Update, Jan 2015

Community Development Monthly Update, Feb 2015

Community Development Monthly Update, Mar 2015

Community Development Monthly Update, Apr 2015

Community Development Monthly Update, May 2015

Community Development Monthly Update, June 2015

Community Development Monthly Update, July 2015

Community Development Monthly Update, August 2015

Community Development Monthly Update, September 2015

Community Development Monthly Update, October 2015

Community Development Monthly Update, November 2015

Community Development Monthly Update, December 2015

Community Development Monthly Update, January 2016

Community Development Monthly Update, February 2016

Community Development Mission

Our mission is to fulfill the purposes specified in the "Guiding Documents:" the General Plan, the Building Code, and the Land Development Code . We believe that these public documents contain requirements that will preserve and enhance the Quality of Life for the citizens of Logan. We make daily decisions reflective of the vision contained within the "Guiding Documents."


News

Hillcrest Neighborhood Plan Draft

Summary of Code Enforcement Activities

Please click to download: LMCGraph.xlsx
Please click to download: Survey.xlsx
Please click to download: Casetotal.docx

Logan City (CDBG) Steering Committee Meeting

Winter Permit Parking Application

Center Street National Historic District Design Standards Update

Historic District Open House
Wednesday, November 18, 2015 - 5:30-7:30 pm
Logan City Hall, 290 North 100 West, Logan

Residents, building and business owners, and anyone interested in the Center Street Historic District is invited to attend an open house on November 18th. Logan City and consultants, Io Design Collaborative, are hosting an open house to introduce the update project for the Center Street National Historic District Design Standards. We would like to receive feedback on what opportunities and challenges residents and building owners face while living and doing business in the Historic District.

The current Historic District Design Standards are located here.

The City of Logan established the Center Street National Historic District in 1978. The District is made up of a wealth of historically significant structures that represent the history and settlement of Logan. In 2003, the City adopted the "Center Street National Historic District Design Guidelines" for the District. These guidelines provide guidance to City staff, residents, neighborhood organizations, and the Historic Preservation Committee (HPC) for public and private exterior improvements in the Historic District. The guidelines have served as a valuable tool, but are in need of updating. Your input is valuable to determining where adjustments may be needed.

If you have any questions or comments about this project, please contact Amber Reeder or call (435)716-9036.

4th N. Corridor Plan

Fourth North is a highly utilized transportation corridor, serving as an entrance into Logan City and as a gateway up to the main campus of Utah State University and scenic Logan Canyon. The Fourth North Corridor Design and Development Concept Plan recognizes its importance as a transportation corridor while providing concepts and strategies to link its future form and function with its high profile utilization.

While the Fourth North corridor will continue to facilitate high volumes of automobile traffic, the potential and need for transforming it into a beautiful boulevard have become a priority for Logan City. This plan seeks to implement or complement principles, goals, and strategies from the Logan Comprehensive Plan, Adams Neighborhood Plan, Downtown Specific Plan, Logan City Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan, and the USU Transportation Master Plan.

We invite your comments on this plan and your participation in the Public Review Process at the Planning Commission Meeting August 27, 2015. If you have any questions or comments about this plan, please contact Mike DeSimone or call (435) 716-9022.

Here is the 4th N. Corridor Plan.

Here is the 4th N Corridor Plan_Appendix.

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