The Logan City Building Department's mission is to ensure that buildings are constructed to code and protect the safety of occupants. Thousands of inspections are performed each year by certified professional inspectors who implement the standards of adopted building codes. Every new building built within Logan City limits requires a building permit and all associated inspections. This thorough process allows the City of Logan to expand and change in the safest way possible.
WHEN IS A BUILDING PERMIT REQUIRED?
A building permit is required, but not limited to, the following circumstances:
- New Construction
- Tool/Storage Shed
- Decks, Patios, and Patio Covers
- Ventilation, Heating and A/C Supply or Exhaust (including chimneys)
- Carport to Garage
- Garage to Livable Space
- Dormers, Bay Windows, and Other Wall Openings
- Water Heater or any other parts of plumbing
- Furnaces or any other parts of heating/gas system
- Circuits or any other parts of electrical systems
- Walls to a porch
- Existing stone, brick, concrete
- Any structures, part of a structure, or any other changes that affect the structure of a building. Please note that even small structures such as shed/storage buildings on your property may require a building permit.
A more detailed list of circumstances is available here.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET A BUILDING PERMIT?
The length of time that it takes to get a building permit varies on a project by project basis. Plans may need to be changed and adjusted which could effect the time it takes to issue a permit. A cut and dry permit may be issued over the counter the day it is applied for, however, other permits can take several weeks to be reviewed and approved.
Community Development Department
Logan City Hall
290 North 100 West
Logan, UT 84321
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 8am-5pm