Home to some of the best views in Cache Valley.
Photo credit: Karole Sorensen
City ordinance requires that dogs be licensed annually. Learn about the dog license application.
Learn about the process for requesting a building permit within Mendon city boundaries.
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Annual Festivities & Youth Council
Mendon City isn’t just a town- it’s a community. Get involved with some of our great annual celebrations! Or discover how to get involved.
Easter Egg Hunt
The Gateway to the Valley
Located in Northern Utah’s beautiful Cache Valley, Mendon was established following the peaceful conclusion of the so-called “Utah War” of 1858. As the second community to be founded in Cache County, she was known as the gateway to the valley.
Most of the pioneers entering Cache Valley during this time would do so over the low divide just north of Mendon proper. Mendon was at first referred to as the “North Settlement,” in those early times, being north of Maughan’s Fort. The name of North Settlement was used until December 19, 1859 when Apostle Ezra T. Benson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, named her Mendon.