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Logandale, Nevada

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Logandale, Nevada

Logandale
Unincorporated town
The Old Logandale School, Logandale, NV
The Old Logandale School, Logandale, NV
Logandale is located in Nevada
Logandale
Logandale
Location within the state of Nevada
Coordinates:
Country United States
State Nevada
County Clark
Time zone Pacific (PST) (UTC-8)
 • Summer (DST) PDT (UTC-7)
Vue of Longdale

Logandale is an unincorporated town located in Clark County, Nevada. The community is the home of the annual Clark County Fair and Rodeo. It began as a railroad station in 1912. It was originally named Logan but renamed to avoid confusion with Logan, Utah.[1]

Geography

Logandale is located at the north end of Moapa Valley. The town can be accessed by taking exit 93 off of Interstate Highway 15, going south on Highway 169.

Demographics

Logandale is in the Moapa Valley, Nevada Census Bureau Census-designated place (CDP).

Media

KADD is licensed to the town.

Culture

The Clark County Fair and Rodeo is held annually in Logandale.

Education

The Clark County School District serves the city.

Notable residents

Notes

  1. ^ Andrew Jenson. Encyclopedia History of the Church. (Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1941) p. 445


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