Welcome to Duchesne County, and thank you for visiting!
Duchesne County is a great place to call home for the 18,000+ people who live here.
The County starts at the west gate of the Uintah Basin and extends to it's heart. The County is bordered on the east and west by Uintah and Wasatch counties respectively, on the north by Summit County, and on the south by Carbon County. The state's highest mountain, King's Peak at 13,528 feet above sea level, is located in the county's Uinta Mountains. Major streams running through the county include the Strawberry, Duchesne, Lake Fork, and Yellowstone rivers.
We invite you to come to visit in person!
DUCHESNE COUNTY JOINS INITIATIVE FOR THE FUTURE OF TRANSPORTATION
Duchesne County has joined the Utah Transportation Coalition. The coalition is a group of business and civic leaders concerned with Utah’s environment, economy and quality of life as Utah continues to grow. Our transportation system affects each of these things.The Coalition is advocating for a long-term funding solution for transportation. We need a plan to fund diverse needs from highways to walking trails and from transit service to bike paths.We want our citizens to enjoy the best that life in Utah has to offer: good air quality, good health, a strong economy and well-paying jobs. We can shape the future of each these things, in part, through investment in transportation.
Learn more about the Utah transportation Coalition here: http://UtahTransportation.org
Find out how to get involved in the Coalition here: http://UtahTransportation.org/getinvolved