Utah Public Notices
Utah Public Notices is dedicated to bringing greater accessibility to public notice information. It is an avenue where citizens can learn about their government and participate in the decisions that affect their lives.
The Utah Public Notices Website offers:
- Greater accessibility to public meetings and notice information
- A central source for public notice information statewide
- A standardized format for publishing
- Access to public meeting minutes
- Subscription services through email notification or RSS feed.
Utah’s public bodies are required to post notices of open meetings and other public notices on the Public Notice Website. Public notice informs the general public of government or government-related activities which may concern their local area, municipality, county, or state. The statutes establishing this website are in Utah Code 63F-1-701, learn more about public notice statutes.
Legal notice is a communication required to be made public by a state statute or state agency rule, or a notice required for judicial proceedings or by judicial decision. For legal notices, visit Utah Legal Notices.
The Utah State Archives has developed tools to assist those tasked with posting public notices to the website.
For questions about upcoming training opportunities, contact:
Division of Archives
For questions regarding technical difficulties in using the website, posting a notice, or registering a poster, please contact:
(801) 983-0275 or toll free 1-877-988-3468
Page Last Updated August 14, 2015.