Click Here to view the 2020 General Election Preliminary Results for San Juan County.
Click Here to view precinct level reports of the 2020 General Election.
Click here to view the Updated UNOFFICIAL results of the 2020 Republican Primary Election for San Juan County.
Ballots received in the Clerk’s Office to date are listed below:
By-mail ballots – 2088
Provisional ballot – 38
San Juan County will hold a Republican Primary Election on June 30, 2020. We will still have early voting sites during the month of June and polling locations on election day. We encourage voters to vote by mail in order to help us keep everyone safe and healthy, but Personal Protective Equipment will be used at polling locations to ensure the safety of those who choose to vote at a polling location on election day.
To find out more, please click the links below.
Please contact the Clerk’s Office at (435) 587-3223 with any questions.
Click here to view information regarding how the Primary Election will take place with COVID-19 restrictions
Click here to view information regarding Early Voting / Satellite Offices
Click here to view information regarding the Primary Election
Click here to view information regarding who is eligible to vote in the Primary Election
Click here to view the sample ballot for the Primary Election
Click here to listen to the Primary Election ballot in the Navajo Language
Enclosed are the Spanish Valley Land-Use Ordinances and Map approved on November 19, 2019 for the Spanish Valley areas of San Juan County.
Click Spanish Valley Development Ordinances for the Spanish Valley Development Ordinance Language.
For the Land-Use Map click Land Use Map (this has been modified to match the text language as well as to make sure no gravel pits were affected in the ordinance changes.
For the ordinance click copy of the Ordinance 2019-02
San Juan County Administration
117 South Main,
Monticello, UT 84535
Phone: (435) 587-3225
Fax: (435) 587-2447
Every 1st and 3rd Tuesdays
of the month, in the Commission Room of the San Juan County Courthouse, Monticello, Utah. Work meetings begin at 9:00 AM and Commission meeting begins at 10:00 AM.