Please read The Governor’s Coronavirus Directive For Utah by clicking on this link

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak the County Council and the Health Department have decided to close the gun range until further notice. You have been refunded for your purchase, if you have any questions please contact the Treasurer's Office 

Morgan DMV is closed to the public due to social distancing for the Coronavirus

Online renewals can be completed by clicking here

For the most current and sound coronavirus information

For help with housing, food, legal, mental health, please access You just type in your zip code or call them at 2-1-1.
For COVID-19 screening, call the Utah Coronavirus Information line: 1-800-456-7707 or visit
For food assistance for expecting mothers and families with children under 5
For links to local numbers and links to local resources visit
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Notices and Current Information


Fair Grounds Packet     Lt. Governor's entity registry database      Board of Equalization Packet   
 The County Seat - Morgan County Episode    Morgan County Anonymous Tip Hotline

Morgan County Tourism Website

2020 State of Utah Notice of Election

Morgan County Official Facebook Page

Form of Government Recommendation Report Morgan County Proposition 17 

Fire/Fireworks Restriction Information 


If this is your first time visiting our site please take a moment to review these three boxes. We believe they will make the use of our site simple and productive. Our goal with Morgan County’s web site is to offer as much information as we can for the public to access 24 hours a day. With this in mind there is a vast amount of information that we need to display in a convenient way. We have chosen a few simple controls to help us in this endeavor. The first one you are looking at right now. Simply place your mouse over this box to continue.

As you can see when you place your mouse over the box more information is displayed. This allows for twice the information in the same amount of space. We also use drop downs to display large amounts of information. If you look directly below this box you will see area listed “Popular questions”. You will find if you click on any of the questions they will drop down with more information. While we worked hard to put the major questions there, we know there will be many others. With that in mind we have created an extensive index that can be easily searched. Please look at the next box to see how.


The easiest way to find things that are not listed in the popular questions is to use the search index. In the upper right hand corner of every page on the site you will find a magnifying glass. You may have to scroll all the way to the top of the web page to see it. You can type anything you can think of like “CO-13-15”, “Agendas” or simply “January 2013” and the site will search to find every page that contains those words. They will be displayed with a portion of the text from that page. Place your mouse over this box to learn more.

If you just want to peruse the site to see what is available you can do so via the menu at the top of each page. They are broken down by major subjects. The home menu contains pages that do not belong to any one department like schedules, locations and services provided by the County. The department menu is broken down into every department in Morgan County. Each page will have information that is specific to that department. The Employment menu will show any currently available positions. And last there is a menu item for all of the files related to meetings at Morgan County. It contains audio, agendas and notices. For more information view the last box.


If you do not want to dig through the website for information but just want to contact the County in some way directly hover your mouse here for some options. Or if you are on a mobile device just click this box.

The fastest way to contact the County during business hours (Monday to Thursday 7AM to 6PM) is to call 801-829-6811. If it is after hours or you simply want to send a message to a specific department via our contact form Please click here. The Recorders Office has an exception as they are open Friday 1PM to 5PM (Excluding All Holidays) and can be reached at 801-829-3277.

Popular questions

How do I search on Parcel/Name/Address information?

We have created a interface that allows the search and review of all parcel information. Please understand that this page is for information only. It is not be used for any legal research or title work. Please contact the Recorders Office for any recorded documents to be used in such cases. They can be reached at 801-829-3277 Please click here to use the interface.

How to I find out what zone my property is in?

You can access a live interactive map of zoning throughout Morgan County. Please understand that this page is for information only. It is not be used for any legal research or title work. Please contact the Planning Office for any specific information in such cases. They can be reached at 801-845-4015. Please click here to access the map. The easiest way to use the map is to type the address you are looking for in the upper right hand corner of the maps screen.

Is there a place I can view a interactive map of addresses?

You can access a live interactive map of zoning throughout Morgan County. Please understand that this page is for information only. It is not be used for any legal research or title work. Please contact the Planning Office for any specific information in such cases. They can be reached at 801-845-4015. Please click here to access the map.

How do I find a place to read the Morgan County code?

  • The complete current code is codified here.
  • If you are looking for proposed code or minutes you can use the search button in the upper right hand corner of the website to search for specific items. All of the minutes and audio recording can be found here.

What do I need to do to renew my vehicle registration?

You have several options when it comes to how you renew your registration. The most convenient method is renewing online, using RenewalExpress. Many inspection stations can not only complete your inspections, but also renew your registration as part of our On The Spot program. See Station Map for station locations Otherwise, feel free to visit your local DMV office or return the renewal notice with applicable inspection certificates and registration fee payment by mail.

What do I need to do to get recorded documents?

I want to build in Morgan. How should I start this process?

First off, welcome to Morgan County! We hope that you’ll find the permitting and building process in Morgan County to be efficient and accommodating. The first step in getting a building permit is follow the instructions on the BUILDING PERMITS page. This site contains all of the information you’ll need, as well as forms and a checklist of things you’ll need to complete. Once you’ve got everything on the checklist, please email it to the Planning and Development Services office at and we’ll get the review process started. Plan reviews take about 14 Morgan County business days (please remember that our office is only open Monday through Thursday), but may vary due to the complexity and completeness of the application and plans. Please note that the review process does not begin until we have received a complete building permit submittal. Once we receive all items of the permitting process we will start the review period. After you have received notification that your permit is ready to issue and the permit has been paid for, we’ll issue a permit and you’re on your way! The Planning and Development Services Department is eager to assist you and help answer any questions or concerns that may arise. Please contact our office at 801-845-4015 and we’ll do our best to get you the help you need.

My address is not correct. How do correct this?

If you would like to request a change of address, please submit a letter to the Planning and Development Services Department. In your letter, please indicate the following:

  • Your current address
  • The property serial/parcel numbers
  • Addresses of adjacent property owners
  • Your requested new address
County Staff will make the official address correction, which you may then record at the County Recorder’s office. Once that is recorded, that new address will be the official address for the property. It will be your responsibility to let the US Postmaster know of the change, as well as any other official or private entities.

I want to subdivide my property. How should I start this process?

The County has a Subdivision Ordinance. This is a good starting place, and will give you all of the specific legal information you’ll need in order to subdivide land in Morgan County. The Planning and Development Services office is also a good resource. We can help you understand how the Subdivision and Zoning requirements can be met, and what the process is like. Applicants should anticipate an extensive review process, and the amount of time it takes to complete the entire process can vary greatly depending on local conditions, engineering and surveying concerns, and other technical reasons. A Geologic Hazards Report may be required for areas affected by the Geologic Hazards Ordinance.

How do I acquire a burn permit?

    Visit our Burn Permit Page by clicking here and fill out the online application or print off a application to bring into the Morgan County Fire Warden or send it by mail.

What do I need to do to pay my property tax?

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