Livability Score

88
/100
i The AreaVibes Livability Score evaluates 9 different categories and creates an overall score out of 100. The higher the score, the better the area.

amenities A+

There are lots of amenities close to this location.
Coffee (13) F
The Westside Coffee Company
Coffee Shop
Caffe Ibis Coffee Roasting Co.
Coffee Shop
Dutch Bros. Coffee
Coffee Shop
Caffe Ibis
Coffee Shop
Starbucks
Coffee Shop
Starbucks
Coffee Shop
Steeped
Coffee Shop
Luke's Cafe on the Quad
Coffee Shop
The Forum Cafe
Coffee Shop
The Junction
Coffee Shop
Noni's Coffee Shop
Coffee Shop
Cache Coffee and More
Coffee Shop
Artist's Block Cafe
Coffee Shop
Eastside Coffee
Coffee Shop
Entertainment (14) C-
Cache Valley DUP (Daughters of the Utah Pioneers) Museum
Museum
Utah Theatre
Theatre Arts
Ellen Eccles Theatre at the Cache Valley Center for the Arts
Theatre Arts
Logan Lanes
Bowling Alley
Megaplex University Stadium 6
Cinema
10th West Scarehouse
Theme Park
Logan Aquatic Center
Water Park
Unknown Name
Theatre Arts
Zootah
Zoo
Dee Glen Smith Spectrum
Stadium
Maverik Stadium
Stadium
Performance Hall
Theatre Arts
Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art
Theatre Arts
Megaplex Providence Stadium 8
Cinema
Cinefour
Cinema
Prince Gallery
Theatre Arts
Young Powersports Logan
Theme Park
Food and Drink (74) A+
Unknown Name
Alcohol
Subway
Fast Food
In-N-Out Burger
Fast Food
Papa Murphy's
Fast Food
KFC
Fast Food
Cafe Zupas
Fast Food
Taco Time
Fast Food
Burger King
Fast Food
Einstein Bros. Bagels
Fast Food
Jamba
Fast Food
McDonald's
Fast Food
The Crepery
Fast Food
Prodigy Beer
Bar
The White Owl
Bar
Center Street Grill
Fast Food
Logan's Heroes
Fast Food
Shivers
Sweets
The Cache
Bar
Temptation Cupcake
Sweets
Krispy Kreme
Fast Food
Firehouse Subs
Fast Food
Five Guys
Fast Food
Burger King
Fast Food
Unknown Name
Beverages
Twizlberry
Sweets
Fitness (7) C-
Sol Speak Yoga
Gym
Kubex Fitness
Gym
Logan Recreation Center
Gym
Whittier Community Center
Community Centre
Zone Fitness
Gym
ICON Sports Performance Center
Gym
Student Health and Wellness Center
Gym
Planet Fitness
Gym
Groceries (16) A+
Rita's Bakery
Bakery
Big Deal Outlet
Grocery Store
Old Grist Mill Bread
Bakery
Smith's Marketplace
Grocery Store
Smith's
Grocery Store
Great Harvest Bread Company
Bakery
Natural Grocers
Grocery Store
Crumb Brothers Artisan Bread
Bakery
The Island Market
Grocery Store
WinCo Foods
Grocery Store
Apple Spice Cafe & Bakery
Bakery
The Bakery at USU
Bakery
Walmart Supercenter
Grocery Store
Crumb Brothers 2
Bakery
Lee's Marketplace
Grocery Store
Walmart Supercenter
Grocery Store
Shaffer House Bakery
Bakery
Macey's
Grocery Store
Rise Bakery Cafe
Bakery
Anaya's Market
Grocery Store
Parks (78) A+
Unknown Name
Playground
Unknown Name
Playground
Jones Park
Park
Eliason Park
Park
Unknown Name
Playground
Unknown Name
Playground
Bridgerland Park
Park
Garff Wayside Gardens
Park
Lynn and Merle Olsen Park
Park
Pioneer Park
Park
Unknown Name
Playground
Bridger Park
Park
Unknown Name
Playground
Merlin Olsen Central Park
Park
Unknown Name
Playground
Unknown Name
Playground
Adams Park
Park
Unknown Name
Playground
Kilowatt Park
Park
Unknown Name
Playground
Unknown Name
Playground
Unknown Name
Playground
Logan Meadows Park
Park
Fairview Park
Park
Cache County Fairgrounds
Park
Shops (104) A+
7-Eleven
Convenience Store
Dollar Tree
Discount Store
Silver Clippers Salon
Hairdresser
PC's Unlimited
Electronics
Rage Salon
Beauty
Metro
Electronics
Hidden Treasures
Furniture
Love to Cook
Houseware
Bernina Stylish Fabrics
Fabric
Earthly Awakenings
Gift Shop
U&I Furniture
Furniture
KJ's
Convenience Store
Industrial Tool & Supply
Home Improvement
Seeholzer Vision Center
Optician
Global Village Gifts
Gift Shop
Indy Clover
Clothing
Center Street Salon
Beauty
Oasis Books
Books
Castalite Brick Yard
Home Improvement
Sunrise Cyclery
Bicycle
The Red Fox
Clothing
Hallmark
Gift Shop
Jensen Fine Clothing
Clothing
The Book Table
Books
Curate Company
Furniture
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commute A+

Of all people who commute, 2.9% take public transportation in Logan.
Public Transit Stops (41)
Stops & Stations
A+
14
Bus Stop
3, 10
Bus Stop
Transit Center
Bus Station
15
Bus Stop
Transit Center
Bus Station
6
Bus Stop
9
Bus Stop
4
Bus Stop
2
Bus Stop
1
Bus Stop
Unknown Name
Bus Stop
Unknown Name
Bus Stop
Unknown Name
Bus Stop
5th North
Bus Stop
TSC
Bus Stop
Unknown Name
Bus Stop
800 E 900 N
Bus Stop
Family Life
Bus Stop
Unknown Name
Bus Stop
Vet Sci
Bus Stop
Unknown Name
Bus Stop
Bull
Bus Stop
Blue Square
Bus Stop
S Stadium
Bus Stop
West Stadium
Bus Stop
Workers Taking Public Transit
2.9%
F
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cost of living A

The cost of living in Logan is 101/100 - which is 3% lower than Utah.
Cost of Living
Goods & Services, Housing, etc.
B-
Tax Rates
Income & Sales Tax
B-
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crime A-

Logan crime rates are 1,450 per 100k, which is 32% lower than Utah
Property Crime
1,273 crimes per 100k
B+
Violent Crime
178 crimes per 100k
A
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employment D+

The median income in Logan is $43,056 - which is 31% lower than Utah.
Med. Household Income
$43,056
F
Unemployment Rate
2.4%
A
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health A+

There are many hospitals, police and fire stations.
Health & Safety (25)
Dentist, Doctor, Hospital, etc.
A+
Logan City Offices
Police
Logan City Fire Department Station 70
Fire Station
Scott Hlavaty
Dentist
Intermountain Cache Valley Clinic
Clinic
InstaCare
Clinic
Walgreens
Pharmacy
Cache Valley Wisdom Teeth
Dentist
All About Teeth
Dentist
Ridge View Smile Care
Dentist
Costco Pharmacy
Pharmacy
Dr. Doug
Dentist
Abundant Family Practice
Doctor
Aspen Dental
Dentist
Budge Clinic
Clinic
Logan Regional Hospital
Hospital
Cache Valley Women's Center
Clinic
Treehouse Pediatrics
Clinic
Spence's Pharmacy
Pharmacy
Sterling Urgent Care
Clinic
Alder Grove Orthopedic Spine
Clinic
Lee's Pharmacy
Pharmacy
Sterling Urgent Care
Clinic
Logan City Fire Department Station 72
Fire Station
Redwood Dental
Dentist
Providence Dermatology
Doctor
Air Quality
Median Air Quality
C
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housing A-

Logan home prices are $216,200 - which is 4% lower than Utah
Home Price
$216,200
B+
Home Appreciation Rate
24%
A+
Home Affordability
5x (home price to income ratio)
F
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schools C

The Logan graduation rate is 87% - which is 2% lower than Utah
School Test Scores
47%
F
High School Grad. Rates
87%
B-
Elementary Schools (12) D-
Ellis School
Bear River Charter School
Mount Logan Middle
Adams School
Cache High
Bridger School
Wilson School
Special Services
River Heights School
Woodruff School
Edith Bowen Laboratory School
Hillcrest School
Providence School
Greenville School
Thomas Edison - North
The Center For Creativity Innovation And Discovery
North Park School
Thomas Edison - South
Nibley School
High Schools (4) F
Logan High
Cache High
Fast Forward High
Intech Collegiate High School
Logan River Academy
Green Canyon High School
Thomas Edison - South
Ridgeline High School
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ratings A

Logan has an overall rating of 82% from 16 reviews.
User Reviews (3)
From AreaVibes
A
User Surveys (13)
From AreaVibes
A+
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Great Place, but it's Getting Crowded 4 rating By Anonymous ( May 23, 2022) I love Logan and have lived here or in one of the neighboring towns for 22-24 years. It is starting to get too crowded. Over the last few years Logan has changed immensely and has started to lose a lot of the charm that made it special for so long. It is getting overcrowded due t ...Read More o natural population growth through the higher than average birthrate and all of the people moving here as well. Housing prices have skyrocketed and most younger people in their 20's that I know are considering leaving the area or have more or less accepted the fact that they may never be able to buy a house. Compared to some places housing isn't expensive, but there is a scarcity of it which means if you don't come in above asking price then your offer won't be considered and if you live off of the wages of the area it will now also be difficult to buy a home. Again, I love it here, but even I have considered leaving because it is starting to feel like any other small city, and losing the things that made it special. Read Less
Being a Teen in Logan, Utah 4.5 rating By Anonymous ( Dec 28, 2020) Let me start by saying that I love Logan.
The mountains are as pretty as they can get when you live in Utah.
The neighbors and the locals are so kind and amazing to live around.
The BUSES!!! There are buses that go all around cache valley- and the transit center is right next
...Read More to Smiths (the one on 175 E, not main street)! It's very easy to get around this amazing town.
There are plenty of parks, and there's a PERFECT sledding hill up at the university.
Halloween might be part why I give this a 4.5 stars, though. On Halloween, half the houses weren't expecting trick-or-treaters and weren't ready, because "people don't usually trick-or-treat here". I think the reason why is because like 1/3 of the population (or more) is college students and newlyweds and stuff... so there aren't very many people my age that live near me. There aren't many kids either, but teens and kids do exist here. The schools are proof of that.
There's a ballet school right behind the Whittier Community Center-- and a playground right next to it.
The Logan Library could very well be the best thing about Logan, not gonna lie. It has a HUGE selection of books, to start. It also has a large collection of movies, including new ones! We were so surprised to find the live action Aladdin at the library when it just came out LAST YEAR!
The Logan Temple is a beautiful sight to see, that's for sure.
Anyways, that's all of my rambling about Logan! And if you're wondering whether I recommend living here- I definitely do recommend it. Definitely. There are WAY more pros than cons, and you won't regret living here. Read Less
Logan, Utah: Near Perfection in Family Friendly Living 3.5 rating By Anonymous ( May 13, 2015) I lived in Logan, Utah as a child, and continue to visit my sister there regularly. Logan is a gorgeous city with a small town feel, and I absolutely loved growing up nestled in the mountains of Utah. Although many people have the expectation that living in a college town is for ...Read More the young and single, in my experience this is a very family friendly area despite its proximity to Utah State University.

As a small town with a significant religious population, Logan doesn't boast much in the way of shopping or nightlife, but there are a surprising amount of great, non-chain restaurants in the area. Sushi is my favorite food, and thankfully in recent years good sushi has finally found it's way into Logan. Of all the sushi restaurants in the area, Takara Sushi is by far the best. The fish is fresh, most of the staff is attentive and helpful, and I love the creativity of their specialty rolls. Whether I'm in the mood for something fresh like the Utah roll, or something deep fried and decadent like the Anger Management roll, I've always been blown away by the quality.

If you prefer to be outdoors, Logan will never disappoint. For everyday entertainment, there are places like Merlin Olsen Central Park, where families can enjoy a playground and free swimming in the canal during the summer, or during the winter there is a brand new ice skating rink. Logan is also surrounded by trails perfect for mountain biking, hiking, or backpacking, many of which can be family friendly depending on your fitness level. I have hiked with my young children to the Wind Cave on several occasions, and there is nothing quite like the crisp mountain wind in your face while looking down on Logan Canyon. There are plenty of other caves, creeks, and canyons in the area, and I doubt I will ever run out of new places to explore on my visits. Overall, Logan is a fantastic area for families with beautiful mountain scenery, but the area may not be ideal for secular singles in search of a typical college town feeling. Read Less
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Logan, Utah: Near Perfection in Family Friendly Living 3.5 rating By Anonymous ( May 13, 2015) I lived in Logan, Utah as a child, and continue to visit my sister there regularly. Logan is a gorgeous city with a small town feel, and I absolutely loved growing up nestled in the mountains of Utah. Although many people have the expectation that living in a college town is for ...Read More the young and single, in my experience this is a very family friendly area despite its proximity to Utah State University.

As a small town with a significant religious population, Logan doesn't boast much in the way of shopping or nightlife, but there are a surprising amount of great, non-chain restaurants in the area. Sushi is my favorite food, and thankfully in recent years good sushi has finally found it's way into Logan. Of all the sushi restaurants in the area, Takara Sushi is by far the best. The fish is fresh, most of the staff is attentive and helpful, and I love the creativity of their specialty rolls. Whether I'm in the mood for something fresh like the Utah roll, or something deep fried and decadent like the Anger Management roll, I've always been blown away by the quality.

If you prefer to be outdoors, Logan will never disappoint. For everyday entertainment, there are places like Merlin Olsen Central Park, where families can enjoy a playground and free swimming in the canal during the summer, or during the winter there is a brand new ice skating rink. Logan is also surrounded by trails perfect for mountain biking, hiking, or backpacking, many of which can be family friendly depending on your fitness level. I have hiked with my young children to the Wind Cave on several occasions, and there is nothing quite like the crisp mountain wind in your face while looking down on Logan Canyon. There are plenty of other caves, creeks, and canyons in the area, and I doubt I will ever run out of new places to explore on my visits. Overall, Logan is a fantastic area for families with beautiful mountain scenery, but the area may not be ideal for secular singles in search of a typical college town feeling. Read Less

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A+ Amenities

Are there many local amenities in Logan? Yes, there are lots of amenities close to this location.

Parks

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Jones Park
Eliason Park
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Unknown Name
Bridgerland Park
Garff Wayside Gardens

Entertainment

Cache Valley DUP (Daughters of the Utah Pioneers) Museum
Utah Theatre
Ellen Eccles Theatre at the Cache Valley Center for the Arts
Logan Lanes
Megaplex University Stadium 6
10th West Scarehouse
Logan Aquatic Center
Unknown Name

Food & Drink

Unknown Name
Subway
In-N-Out Burger
Papa Murphy's
KFC
Cafe Zupas
Taco Time
Burger King

A+ Commute

Is public transit available in Logan? Of all people who commute, 2.9% take public transportation in Logan.
Drive to Work
69%

8% lower than the US average

Take Public Transit
3%

2% lower than the US average

Walk to Work
7%

4% higher than the US average

A- Health & Safety

Is Logan a healthy and safe place to live? Yes, there are many hospitals, police and fire stations.

Hospitals

Logan Regional Hospital

Pharmacies

Walgreens
Spence's Pharmacy
Lee's Pharmacy
Costco Pharmacy

Doctors

Abundant Family Practice

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