San Juan County, Utah. Nowhere else will you find such diversity!
Canyons, desert, rivers, mountains and lakes as well as past and present Native
American cultures create the Canyon Country of San Juan County.
Links to other San Juan County websites
San Juan County Economic Development
- Relocation and Economic Development Information.
San Juan County Visitor Services -
Travel and Recreation
San Juan County Sheriff
San Juan County Libraries
Historical Photographs -
Search and view historical photographs from San Juan County.
San Juan County Commission Meetings
Commission work meetings and regular Commission meetings are held on the 1st
and 3rd Tuesdays of each month. Commission work meetings begin at 9:00 A.M
with the Commission meeting following at 11:00 A.M. If Tuesday is a
holiday, the meeting will be held the preceding Monday. All meetings will
be held in the conference room of the Hideout Community Center at 648 Hideout
Way in Monticello, Utah.
If you would like to be on the Commission agenda, please contact Natalie
Freestone or Kelly Pehrson at (435)587-3225. All agenda items need to be
submitted by noon on the Thursday preceding Commission meeting.
Any documents or supporting information pertaining to the agenda item should
be faxed to (435)587-2447, also, by the Thursday noon deadline. It is
especially important that you submit supporting documentation for items
requiring Commission action.
Eastern Utah Lands Bill
Congressman Rob Bishop has started a Public Lands Initiative which would
include the development of a lands bill to be introduced in the US Congress. The
purpose of this action is to resolve some of the long-standing issues over
federal land management in Eastern Utah.
Click here for maps and more information.
For a comment form please
Email comments to
The 2015 budget for San Juan County was approved in the County Commission
meeting on December 22, 2014. To view the budget, please click on the
Road Preservation Project
San Juan County is working to protect the public's right to travel on County
roads now and in the future. For more information about this project,
please click here.
Blue Mountain Shadows -
Magazine of San Juan County history and folklore. Published since 1986.