Carbon County Administration
751 E 100 N
Price, UT 84501
240 W Main
Price, UT 84501
751 E 100 N Suite 1100
Price, Utah 84501
For upcoming election information visit our VOTER GUIDE.
For county election information, go to the election website or contact the elections office.
Two Commissioners will be elected in 2018 and one in 2020.
There are three County Commissioners responsible for certain issues/departments.
- Communications Board / TV
- Council on Aging
- Senior Citizen Centers
- Roads & Bridges
- Joint Highway Committee – Southeastern Regional Representative
- Municipal Building Authority Chairman
- Recreation, Transportation Special Service District
- UAC Board of Directors
- Animal Control
- Board of Health/Public Health & Home
- Mental Health board
- Building Department/Inspections
- Planning & Zoning
- Maintenance & Abatement
- Recreation & Leisure Services / North Springs Shooting Range
- Public Lands
- Southeastern Utah Assoc of Local Governments
- Southeastern Utah Business & Technical Assistance Center Board
- Southeastern Utah Revolving Loan Fund Board
- State Council on Workforce Services/State Workforce Investment Board
- Children’s Justice Center
- Economic Development
- Eastern Utah Economic
- Development Coalition
- Fairgrounds / Event Center
- Office of Tourism / Travel Bureau
- Tourism Tax Advisory board
- State of Utah Community Impact
- Fund Board (Governor Appointed)
Workforce Service Council
State of Utah Quality Growth Board (Governor Appointed)
Six County Infrastructure Coalition
The Carbon County Board of Commissioners appoints a number of Boards and Committees which advise and assist governing County programs. Serving on an appointed board, committee or commission is a great way to participate in decisions that affect you and to learn more about how your local government works.
Volunteer Boards and Committees play a variety of important roles and are designed to:
▪ Encourage citizen participation in government;
▪ Provide representation of different interests and viewpoints; and
▪ Take advantage of specialized skills, expertise and experience among persons generally employed in areas other than government.
They also advise the Board of Commissioners on service priorities, how to distribute available resources, and how to improve collaboration with other parts of the community.
Some of these Board and Committee members are paid a stipend and are primarily appointed in January of every year. However, vacancies can occur at other times.
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