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“It’s open, quiet, and unlike any other spot on earth. Where rugged meets resilient, and altitude with attitude. Logan’s heritage is agriculture, and that way of life gave rise to Utah State University. A leading title-one research university, spawning brains, brawn, and a simple belief that hard work and innovation means something in a complex and fast-moving world. This is Logan City and Cache Valley, Utah. Quiet enough to claim the essence of laid back, but vibrant enough to be moving forward, and chasing the very edge of what lies ahead.”

Logan On The Edge is an integrated economic development and marketing campaign with input, activity and investment from the entire community. Driven by the Cache Chamber of Commerce, Logan City, and the Logan Downtown alliance, a community branding committee oversees the fundraising, brand development, and roll-out of the campaign. The brand committee has hired a local branding firm to design, develop and implement an integrated communications strategy that included print, web, video, event, PR, advertising and social media presentation of the Logan on the Edge brand. Local business leaders provide testimonials in video and written format highlighting the convergence of an award-winning business environment and diverse quality of life options.

The median age is 25.6.

The average household size is 3.14.

The average commute time is 16 minutes.

85 miles to the Salt Lake City International Airport from Logan (about 1 hour and 20 minutes).

To schedule a visit, contact Kirk Jensen at Logan City Economic Development at #435 716-9015 or Sandy Emile at the Cache Chamber of Commerce #435 752-2161.

You can call the Cache Valley Visitor’s Bureau at #435-755-1890 or contact julie@tourcachevalley.com.

For information on state and local incentives for businesses, contact Jeff Edwards at jedwards@edcutah.org or Brad Baird at bbaird@edcutah.org.

Non-farm employment in 2013 was up 3.4% from 2012.

61% of the Cache Valley residents own their homes.