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You can now make tax payments online: Quick One Time Payment or you can set up Recurring Payments and ease the pain in November. Please note that payments made on-line after 4:30 pm will be posted on the next business day.
Now you can access Public Records online! Along with our new web site, Uintah County has added the ability to access Public Records online, securely, and from the convenience of your computer.
For a small fee, you can now access and print County Public Records right from your browser. It requires a microsoft operating system for the document retrieval. For information and pricing, click here. To set up an account fill out an Agreement, sign and mail to the Recorder's Office. To login to your account and access records, please click here.
Utah Association of Counties is pleased to offer free health insurance enrollment assistance to our citizens who do not qualify for regular group coverage. We have joined together with insurance carriers and licensed agents to offer expert advice and enrollment assistance to our county’s uninsured. Everyone needs health insurance and we’ve made it easy for people to pick a plan that fits their needs at a price they can afford. Click here to learn more
Uintah County residents are now eligible for a prescription discount card. Click here to read more about it.
UBAG is doing an affordable housing self-help housing project at Lakeview Estates. For more information go to www.ubaog.org. Click on Programs, then Housing, then Self-Help Housing. Once on that page scroll to the bottom and click on the Self-help Housing Brochure. The brochure will allow someone to assess whether they income qualify for the program. You can call Jeannie at UBAG, 722-4518 with any questions.
Uintah County Heritage Museum is now open in its new location at 155 E. Main Vernal, UT (old library building). Admission FREE. For more information contact the museum at 435-789-7399. or visit us at UintahHeritageMuseum