Welcome to Rich County Utah!

We hope our new website will provide you with the information you are looking for and save you a trip to the courthouse. You will find online documents and applications and information about county services, departments, meetings, events, and the community. There is information about each office and a map to find them should you need to come in.


Courthouse Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Closed from 12 noon - 1:00 everyday for lunch



Public Hearing


The Rich County Commission will hold a public hearing to take input on changing from the Public Safety Employees Contributory System to the Public Safety Employees Noncontributory System with the Utah Retirement System.


Date: November 5, 2014

Time: 1:00 p.m.

Place: Rich county Courthouse

          20 South Main

          Randolph, Utah 84064


Services for persons with disabilities may be made  available by calling the office of the County Clerk three (3) days in advance of the hearing.





Rich County Clerk's Office

20 South Main

Randolph, UT 84064


Open Monday - Friday 9:15 to 4:30

Open Friday the 31st 9:00 to 5:00


In order to be eligible to participate in early voting,
voters must be registered to vote by October 6th, 2014





2014 Rich County Primary Election Result Summary



NEW! Pay Fines Online

Pay Property Taxes Online

Make a sanitation, building permit, or landfill payments online


Prescription Drug Card Program

Moving to Rich County? Read our Code Of The West!

Rich County Master Address List



Rich County, in the northeastern corner of Utah, offers a unique outdoor, old west experience. Located 123 miles from Salt Lake City, the tiny county provides a vacation or retreat from the Wasatch Front featuring Bear Lake and high mountain outdoor activities. It includes the cities of Randolph, Woodruff, Laketown and Garden City.


“A History of Rich County” books by Robert E. Parson are available for purchase from the Clerk’s Office for $15.00. Shipping will be an additional $3.00.

This book is part of the “Utah Centennial County History Series”.  The Utah Centennial County History Series was funded by the Utah State Legislature under the administration of the Utah State Historical Society in cooperation with Utah’s twenty-nine county governments.