For more information about San Juan County’s participation in the Roadless Rule Petition, please click the links below.
If you have comments on categorization or questions on the Utah Roadless Rule process you may contact Nick Sandberg at email@example.com or call 435-587-3223 ext. 4146.
A public hearing on the proposed categorization of IRAs will be held during the County Planning and Zoning Commission’s October 11, 2018, meeting beginning at 7 PM in the Courthouse.
The Utah Public Lands Policy Coordinating Office will hold an Open House on the Utah Roadless Rule process October 18, 2018, from 5 to 7 PM at the Hideout Community Center, 648 South Hideaway Drive in Monticello.
A public hearing for comments on the adoption of the recommended IRA categories will be conducted by the County Commission at its regularly scheduled meeting on November 6, 2018, beginning at 11 AM.
Spanish Valley Residents
Impact Fee Analysis
The Water and Sewer Improvement District has released a draft of the Impact Fee Facility Plan and Impact Fee Analysis. For more information please click here.
San Juan County is growing and new water and sewer lines will provide services to residents of Spanish Valley.
The Spanish Valley area within San Juan County does not have a community culinary water or sanitary sewer system. As the Spanish Valley area receives increasing growth pressure planning and constructing infrastructure is a top priority for the county.
Jones & DeMille Engineering is organizing and designing both a culinary water system and sewer system for the Spanish Valley area in San Juan County.
A study was recently completed to understand the needs and costs of providing water and sewer systems for current residents and the future population. A stand alone water system is the best alternative to provide culinary water to residents in the area. A combined sewer system with Grand Water & Sewer Service Agency (GWSSA) and Moab City sewer was the selected alternative to treat waste water.
For additional information or to sign up for services please click here.
Spanish Valley Area Plan – Public Scoping Meeting
Your Involvement is Important
When: Wednesday, September 20, 2017 – 10:30 a.m. or 6:00 p.m.
Where: Grand Water and Sewer Service Agency, 3015 East Spanish Trail Rd., Moab, Utah
For additional information please click here.
What Is R.S. 2477
R.S. 2477 (Revised Statute 2477) was a federal law that authorized construction of roads across federal public lands from 1866 to 1976. During those years, residents of San Juan County, visitors, pioneers, and settlers created and used thousands of roads across public lands for farming, ranching, hunting, recreating, mining, and connecting communities. Many of these routes continue to be used daily, and some occasionally or seasonally.
What Does R.S. 2477 Have to do With Me?
Were you out on the roads in San Juan County before 1976, for ranching, hunting, recreation or any other purpose? If so, then the State and the County need your help to preserve access to these R.S. 2477 roads. If you are willing to share your past experiences using San Juan County roads, please contact one of the Assistant Attorneys General listed below:
Ariana Barusch – (801) 243-8304
Tess Davis – (385) 261-0360
Roger Fairbanks – (801) 918-8440
Please also feel free to contact Nick Sandberg at San Juan County: (435) 587-3225 x 4146.