250 N. Main St.
Richfield, Utah 84701
Ph: (435) 893-0401
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As set by state statute, the elected Board of Sevier County Commissioners holds the responsibility for the executive and legislative powers, duties, and functions of the county. The board is charged with levying taxes, adopting ordinances, and making policy for the more than 20,000 people who reside in Sevier County as it relates to county business. Three county commissioners makeup the Board of Commissioners.
The three Commissioners have individual responsibilities.
Regular County Commission meetings are held on the second and fourth Mondays at 1:30 pm to conduct legislative responsibilities. The commission also holds an administrative staff meeting on the first and third Mondays at 1:30 pm to fulfill executive and administrative functions. Both meetings are held at the County Administration Building:
250 N. Main St.
Richfield, UT 84701
Departments & Elected Officials
Our duty, as set forth by statute, requires the assessor to evaluate property, both real and personal, at its fair market value as an instrument for the purpose of taxation. Our objective is to efficiently conduct and complete our duties as fairly, accurately, and equitably as possible. Our priority to the taxpayer and the community must remain one of competent and courteous service and cooperation from our assessor’s staff.
The Sevier County Attorney’s Office is responsible for prosecuting felony, misdemeanor, and juvenile crimes that occur within Sevier County as well as providing legal representation to the Sevier County government. The office consists of two full-time attorneys, one part-time attorney, one administrative assistant, and a victim’s advocate.
The Clerk / Auditor serves as the chief financial, budget, and elections officer for Sevier County.
The county recorder is custodian of all recorded documents and records required by law to be recorded. These documents and records are public records and are available to the public during business hours.
The county recorder also prepares and maintains property ownership plat maps. Revised copies of these maps and ownership changes are given to the county assessor. The County Recorder’s Office also acts as the county surveyor’s office only for the purpose of accepting, retaining, and managing county survey records.
The county treasurer is responsible for billing, collecting, investing, safeguarding, and disbursing revenue from property tax collections.
In performing these functions, the treasurer is a fiduciary agent of the various taxing entities, including the school district, local cities and towns, the county, and certain special assessments within the boundaries of Sevier County.
Municipalities in Sevier County