734 North Center Street
P.O. Box 910
Duchesne, Utah 84021
The County Commissioners conduct weekly meetings on Mondays to discuss and vote on county business. Visit the Public Notice Website to view meeting agendas and minutes.
For information about upcoming elections, visit our VOTER GUIDE.
For county election information, go to the election website or contact the elections office (county clerk).
The Duchesne County Commission is the general administrative body for county government and the county government taxing, budgeting, appropriating, and purchasing authority. The commission consists of three County Commissioners who have a myriad of other responsibilities including hearing and ruling on annexations, road vacations, approving drainage improvements through the petition ditch process, establishing water and sewer districts and making improvements, providing for solid waste disposal, and approving tax abatements.
Commissioners also appoint department heads of offices for which they have responsibility: HR Department, Emergency Management, Public Works/Landfill, Building Department, Weeds, Building & Grounds, Commission Assistant, Planning & Zoning, Information System-IT/GIS. In addition, they take an active role in making the county a better place to live and work.
Duchesne County Commissioners’ Offices are open five days per week – Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
To make an appointment with a Commissioner contact:
Cities in Duchesne County
Departments / Elected Officials
The Assessor is responsible for Real Property, Personal Property, Greenbelt, the Board of Equalization, Tax Relief Programs and the DMV.
The Attorney is charged with the legal affairs of the county.
The Clerk/Auditor administers business, beer and marriage licenses, passports, elections and the Duchesne County Fair and is the chief financial and budget officer of the county.
The Recorder records documents and maps and also maintains cross-reference indexes to these records. The office provides for the subsequent retrieval of records for public viewing and produces copies and certifications of the records.
The Sheriff oversees the Sheriff’s Office, which provides law enforcement services to all areas of Duchesne County and contract cities, as well as co-operative support services to local, state and federal law enforcement agencies and organizations.
The Surveyor is the public records steward of survey records for the county.
The Treasurer bills and collects real property tax, and invests, safeguards, and disburses revenue from all property tax collections.