San Juan County will hold a Presidential Primary Election on March 3, 2020 to determine which candidate will represent the Democratic and Republican Parties during the 2020 General Election. Click here for more information.
Click here for a report of San Juan County’s 2020 preliminary budget.
A public hearing to receive public comment on this proposed budget will be held December 4, 2019, 6:00 PM at the San Juan County Courthouse, 117 S Main in Monticello, Utah.
Shall a Study Committee be appointed to consider and possibly recommend a change in San Juan County’s form of government?
|Jonathon C. English||111|
|Ronald L. Skinner||404|
|Ralph Brantley Murray||61|
|James R. Sayers||89|
|Write-In: Jennifer Davila||56|
San Juan County will hold a Special Election to determine if a Study Committee should be appointed to consider and possibly recommend a change in San Juan County’s form of government. See below for more information.
In an effort to provide more educational facts regarding State Code for the Proposition 10 process, click on the following link: 2019 Proposition 10 Summary Document. In addition to this, click the Proposition 10-For and Against link below to review both position statements as published in the local San Juan Record.
For additional information please contact the San Juan County Clerk’s office at (435) 587-3225.
San Juan County, City of Monticello and City of Blanding invite you to come join our recreation facilities for swimming, basketball, weights, and fun!
As part of our program San Juan County is providing free shuttle service for children 8 to 17. Pick-ups and drop-offs at the Community Center in White Mesa and K & C in Bluff.
For more information, click here.
For a transportation schedule, please click here.
Any questions please contact:
Monticello Recreation Office (435) 587-2271
Blanding Wellness Center (435) 678-3457