- Economic Development
"The mission of the Daggett County Economic Development Board is to develop and promote the economic, cultural, educational an recreational resources of Daggett County."
- Highway 43 Pedestrian/Bike Path
- Dutch John Trails
- Trails Master Plan
- Cart Creek Paddling Dock
- CCC Building
Some of the many groups and organizations involved in the County’s economic development efforts include:
Economic Development Director
Economic Development Director Shiloh Dupaix is working hard to learn about the businesses in the area and how best to assist them. She has developed a network of resources that can assist business owners and managers to be more efficient and successful. Whether you’re looking for financing (including information about the Association of Governments Revolving Loan Fund), website assistance, marketing ideas, employment ideas, call her with your questions or problems at (435) 784-3218 ext. 200.
Activities & Events
News ReleaseThe Bureau of Land Management Utah State Office seeks public comment for the December 2023 oil, gas lease sale Read on...
Flaming Gorge Operation PlanFlaming Gorge Operation Plan May 2023 - April 2024 Read on...
Burn permits starting 6-1-2023Burn permits starting 6-1-2023 Read on...
New Utah boating registration laws passed during 2023 legislative sessionNew Utah boating registration laws passed during 2023 legislative session. Read on...
PUBLIC NOTICEUse Caution when recreating in or around the Green River below Flaming Gorge Dam between June 6-14, 2023 Read on...
June NewsletterIn our March newsletter we outlined several grants that were being applied for! It is with great pride we announce the ones that we received. Read on...
Daily Average Release From Flaming Gorge DamGreetings, The daily average release from Flaming Gorge Dam is scheduled to increase beginning on June 1, 2023, from 800 cfs to 900 cfs according to the schedule below. Read on...
Museum Opens May 26Daggett County has a rich history. The rugged countryside has made life difficult for the area’s residents. Like many other places climate and terrain have done much to shape this area’s history. Read on...
May NewsletterWelcome Spring!! Hopefully it’s here to stay. One of the highlights of the month was Governor Cox’s visit to the High School on April 17th. Read on...
Notice of Public HearingsDuring the 2023 General Legislative Session, the Utah legislature recently passed SB31, changing the Utah state flag in its entirety. Read on...
Daggett County Silver FriendsWe love our silver population! Read on...