Q - Z Departments
- Recorder -- The Recorder is elected to a four-year term. He/she records documents and maps and also maintains cross-reference indexes to these records. The office provides for the subsequent retrieval of records for public viewing and produces copies and certifications of the records.
- Roads Department -- Uintah County has a total of 1318.3 miles of road which consists of 512 miles of paved roads and over 700 miles of gravel road to maintain each year.
- Sheriff's Office -- The Uintah County Sheriff's Office provides service for all types of civil process. However, we cannot provide forms or legal advice for civil process. The Utah State online court assistance program provides detailed information that answers frequently asked questions and also outlines links and forms to assist with obtaining the civil process paperwork to be served (including evictions).
- Treasurer -- The treasurer receives all money belonging to the county and all other money directed by law to be paid to the county. The treasurer safely keeps the same, applying, disbursing and rendering an account thereof as required by law.
- Uintah Fire District -- The Uintah Fire Suppression Special Service District was created in September 2006 to provide for the suppression of fire and emergency response to natural and man made disasters within Uintah County. The UFSSSD is governed by a 5 member Board that meets monthly to discuss the business of the Fire District.