San Juan County amended its general plan on July 18, 2017, with the adoption of a Resource Management Plan (RMP). The RMP complies with Utah legislation (HB 323 and HB 219) which requires every county to include an RMP in its general plan to address natural and cultural resource management on public lands within a county.
The RMP addresses 28 items or resources including Findings, Objectives and Policies for the management of these items or resources. The RMP is based on the needs and preferences of the County, its residents and property owners. It is the County’s basic document for management of the public lands and the basis for communicating and coordinating with land management agencies on land and resource management issues.
For more information about the plan, please click here.