Logan City Light & Power recognizes the importance of community involvement. We make many efforts to educate and reach out to the community to show that we are a reliable service provider.
We want Cache Valley to know that Logan City Light & Power is here in the community to educate, support, and serve.
Logan City Light & Power participates in various fairs throughout the community. The Cache County Fair, Technology Fair at USU, and School Health Fairs. We display our Hazard Hamlet and have our "PEDAL FOR POWER" bike out for use.
We are involved with Night Out Against Crime. We sponsor several sporting events such as Golf Tournaments, USU Athletics as well as Logan High School sports.
Tours of the Hydroelectric and Diesel Plants are given to interested groups. Scout groups are assisted by employees of Logan City Light & Power in obtaining electricity merit badges.
Logan City Light & Power endeavors to reach more customers on a regular basis to inform and educate them about public power and electrical safety. The newsletter, "Powerlines", continues to be sent every three months and is very educational. Our feedback to this newsletter is very strong.
Ads in support of the community and conservation were placed in the Herald Journal and over several local radio stations. We have numerous conservation programs available to our customers. For more information, click here.
Logan City Light & Power is continually striving to be a positive influence in the community through the Community Relations Program. The employees are proud of public power and enjoy spreading the message of the benefits associated with it.
Tours of the Diesel and Hydro plants can be scheduled by calling SOCC 24-hours per day (716-9090). If it is a request for the Hydro tour, the dispatcher will have our hydro plant operator return your call. If it is a request for a diesel plant tour, the on-duty operator will make arrangements.
Learn more about our plants by visiting our Facilities page.
Logan City Light & Power recognizes how important safety is for our employees and for the citizens of Cache Valley. The wise use of electricity provides us so many convieniences. At the same time, we must all remember that electicity can be dangerous if we use it unsafely.
We offer the community a program where students and children can be educated about electrical safety. Electrical safety classes are taught to many groups such as school classrooms, church groups, summer programs, scout troops, and various ages at local health fairs.
Here is an example of some of our educational resources. Contact the department for information about demonstrations and classes.
Pop-up display explaining different electrical hazards. The display zaps as safety rules are
Safety Cartoon Videos
Videos and activity books explaining basic electrical principles and home safety. A question and
answer period follows.