F - P Departments

  • Facilities Management -- The Facilities Department maintains and manages the County's buildings and grounds. The department also manages the construction and remodel of all County facilities.
  • GIS -- A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a computer system that is used to construct, record, analyze, manipulate, and display geographic information . GIS is the Mapping Department.
  • Golden Age Center -- In our continuing attempt to assist the senior citizens of Uintah County, the Uintah County Area Agency on Aging and the Golden Age Center are pleased to be able to give our clients the ability to access information about our services, such as: Congregate Meals, Home Delivered Meals, In Home Services/Case Management, Senior Center / Recreation Activities, Legal Services, Shopping Assistance, Transportation, and more.
  • Human Resources -- The goal of the Uintah County Human Resource Department is to provide equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants and to effectively administer County policies & procedures, compensation plans, performance evaluations, and benefit plans. The department will also advise the Commission, Department Heads, and County Boards regarding compliance with applicable human resource-related federal, state, and local laws.
  • Jail -- The Uintah County Jail can be reached at (435) 789-2511, and is located at:
    Public Safety Complex
    641 E 300 S, 
    Vernal, UT 84078
  • Justice Court -- Justice Courts are established by counties and municipalities and have the authority to deal with class B and C misdemeanors, violations of ordinances, small claims, and infractions committed within their territorial jurisdiction. Justice Court jurisdictions are determined by the boundaries of local government entities such as cities or counties, which hire the judges.
  • Landfill -- Uintah County Landfill was created to develop, implement and manage the disposal of solid waste in an economical and environmentally sound manner using modern land filling technology. The County is committed to pursuing new technologies resulting in both extending the life of the landfill and improving the cleanliness and quality of the environment.
  • Public Lands -- Nearly 70% of the land in Uintah County is publicly owned, and therefore administered by state and federal agencies. Provisions in the Federal Land Policy and Management Act (FLPMA) provide for Uintah County to participate and have a strong voice in the planning and decision making processes associated with managing these public lands.