Cache County

Blue outline of the State of Utah with a red outline showing Cache county.

Cache County is a county located in northern Utah, United States. It is named after the fur trappers who used to cache their furs in the area. The county seat and largest city is Logan. 

The county is home to Utah State University, which is a major employer and education center in the region. Agriculture and manufacturing are also important industries in Cache County. 

The county is known for its scenic beauty, with mountains, forests, and waterways providing recreational opportunities for residents and visitors alike. Cache County is also home to several historical sites, including the American West Heritage Center, which preserves the history of the region’s pioneer settlers, and the Logan Temple, which is a prominent landmark of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The county has a strong sense of community and a high quality of life, with a low crime rate and excellent public schools.

Cache County was recently awarded the 2022 Clearie Honorable Mention for Outstanding Use of HAVA Grants in Election Modernization by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission.