Daggett County is taking proactive steps to protect its employees and its citizens from possible exposure to COVID-19. It is the goal of the county to provide essential services online or over the phone to ensure the safety of our employees and citizens.
At present, there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the county. County officials remain in constant contact with the TriCounty Health Department for the most updated information and are following the situation closely.
The following changes have been made as part of the county’s efforts to reduce potential exposure to COVID-19:
- Effective immediately, all meetings of the Daggett County Commission will take place electronically until further notice. Information about how to watch and/or participate in those meetings will be provided with the agenda for the meeting.
- Effective Friday, March 20, 2020, all offices in the Daggett County Administration Building and Courthouse, including the state Division of Motor Vehicles and 8th District Court, will be accessible to the public under modified procedures.
The modified procedures are as follows:
- The administration building will remain unlocked during regular business hours.
- Those who need to conduct business in-person must call the office with which you have business in advance and schedule an appointment. Please let us know if you will need any accommodations or assistance to enter the building.
- When you arrive for your scheduled appointment, stop at the table in the foyer of the building.
- The office with which you have an appointment will send an employee out to help you.
- Once your business is concluded, immediately exit the building for your safety and the safety of county employees.
These procedures are being implemented to help the county comply with the social distancing guidelines recommended by the president, the governor, and public health officials at the federal, state and local level.
County employees remain available to assist citizens over the phone. Citizens can also make payments online at www.daggettcounty.org/385/Online-Payments.
Here the phone numbers for county offices:
435-784-3210 – Auditor/Recorder
435-784-3222 – Assessor/DMV
435-784-3154 – Clerk/Treasurer/8th District Court
435-784-3216 - Justice Court
435-784-3255 – Sheriff’s Office
435-784-3218, ext. 140 – County Attorney
435-784-3993 – Food Pantry
You can reach reach the following county offices by calling the automated system at 435-784-3218 and selecting the appropriate option:
Operator (goes to Clerk/Treasurer’s Office)
Dial by Name Directory
Planning & Zoning
Daggett County has an emergency operations plan and is prepared to implement the plan, should it become necessary. The plan has been developed in partnership with members of the county’s Local Emergency Planning Committee, as well as state and federal resources.
For further information about COVID-19, please visit coronavirus.utah.gov. This website is a coordinated effort between Utah’s health departments and the state Division of Emergency Management. It has current, reliable information.
For up-to-date information from the county and county agencies, please visit daggettcounty.org or find us on all major social media platforms at Daggett County, UT; Daggett County Sheriff; Daggett County, Utah, Emergency Management; and Daggett County, Utah EMS. We also encourage you to also follow the TriCounty Health Department and Utah Division of Emergency Management on their social media channels.
We thank you for all you do to make Daggett County the best place to live. By staying vigilant and calm, we will be able to work through this and any other challenges we may face.