Welcome To Rich County Utah
Rich County is working on updating their General Plan and would like your input. Fill out the Survey Online or pick up a paper copy of the survey at the clerks office at the Rich County Courthouse.
The Rich County Clerk’s office has received information about a scam text being sent out that indicates the individual needs to check their voter registration status or can get registered in under 2 minutes. The text message includes a link that has malware potential so please DO NOT CLICK THE LINK under any circumstances. The text states:
We have you in our records as not registered to vote. Check your registration status and register in 2 minutes etc.
Make A Citation Payment
Enter in your citation in the search bar to find out ticket amount. If you would like more information regarding tickets please see the Court information page https://www.richcountyut.org/court/
*If your citation does not show up in the search after 5 days from the date of your citation, please contact the Court at 435-793-2415
Hacer un pago de citación:
Por favor pague en línea en https://apps.utcourts.gov/ePayments/EPayment.jsp?
Ingrese su cita en le barra de búsqueda para averiguar el monto del boleto. Si desea obtener mas información sobre nuestros boletos, consulte la pagina de información de la corte https://www.richcountyut.org/court/
*Si su citación no aparece en la búsqueda después de 5 días a partir de la fecha de su citación, comuníquese con el Tribunal al 435-793-2415
Rich County, in the northeastern corner of Utah, offers a unique outdoor, old west experience. Located 123 miles from Salt Lake City, the tiny county provides a vacation or retreat from the Wasatch Front featuring Bear Lake and high mountain outdoor activities. It includes the cities of Randolph, Woodruff, Laketown and Garden City.
“A History of Rich County” books by Robert E. Parson are available for purchase from the Clerk’s Office for $15.00. Shipping will be an additional $3.00.
This book is part of the “Utah Centennial County History Series”. The Utah Centennial County History Series was funded by the Utah State Legislature under the administration of the Utah State Historical Society in cooperation with Utah’s twenty-nine county governments.
Moving to Rich County? Read our Code Of The West!