Antimony

Sitting right outside Otter Creek State Park, the Town of Antimony is named after the area’s antimonite mineral deposits discovered in 1880.

Aside from its rich mining industry, Antimony is known today for its popular 4th of July celebration. The holiday begins with a morning parade on Main Street, followed by lunch and games at the park and an evening fireworks display at Otter Creek Reservoir. Arguably one of Utah’s best fireworks shows, the colorful pyrotechnics can be seen in the sky and reflecting on the water below.

Monthly Board meetings are held on the first Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Civic Center.

Contact Info:

Phone: 435-624-3488
Fax: 435-624-3273
Email: antimonytown@scinternet.net

Physical Address:

Antimony Town Hall
120 North Main
Antimony, Utah 84712

Mailing Address:

Town of Antimony
PO Box 120046
Antimony, Utah 84712

Boulder

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Nestled at the base of Boulder Mountain and within the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, the town of Boulder is surrounded by multicolored canyons, towering buttes and striking plateaus.

Those unique features prompted the Federal Highway Administration to name Scenic Byway 12, which travels through the town, as one of the country’s most beautiful stretches of highway.

Boulder’s history is also one-of-a-kind, as showcased at the nearby Anasazi State Park Museum. Visitors can explore a six-room replica of an ancient dwelling and view artifacts from the Ancestral Anasazi village.

The Boulder Council Meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m.

Contact Info:

Phone: 435-335-7300
Fax: 435-335-7530
Email: boulderutah@scinternet.net
Website: boulder.utah.gov

Physical Address:

Town of Boulder
351 North 100 East
Boulder, UT 84716

Mailing Address:

Town of Boulder
PO Box 1329
Boulder, UT 84716

Bryce

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Established in 2007 and named after the national park it sits in, Bryce Canyon City provides exclusive access to famed Bryce Canyon National Park.

While the city is only home to approximately 200 year-round residents, on most days there are thousands more staying at the area’s hotels and campgrounds.

If thrill-seeking visitors don’t want to tour the park by shuttle, adventurous options include horseback rides, ATV tours or even scenic flights. Bryce Canyon City’s high elevation provides an escape from hot summer temperatures and also makes it the perfect host for the Bryce Canyon Winter Festival.

Contact Info:

Website: brycecanyoncityut.gov

Physical Address:

Bryce Canyon City
70 W 100 N
Bryce Canyon City, Utah 84764

Mailing Address:

Bryce Canyon City
PO Box 640028
Bryce Canyon City, Utah 84764

Cannonville

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The quaint town of Cannonville is surrounded by world-renowned Bryce Canyon National Park and Kodachrome Basin State Park.

Situated along Scenic Byway 12, one of the country’s few All-American Roads, Cannonville is home to about 150 residents.

Pioneers settled the town in 1876 and named it after Mormon Apostle George Q. Cannon. Visitors can learn about the Mormon settlers as well as the area’s Paiute Indian heritage at the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s Cannonville Visitor Center.

The Cannonville Board Meetings are held the third Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m.

Contact Info:

Phone: 435-679-8784
Fax: 435-679-8475

Physical Address:

Town of Cannonville
15 S Redrock Dr.
Cannonville, UT 84718

Mailing Address:

Town of Cannonville
15 S Redrock Dr.
P.O. Box 180075
Cannonville, UT 84718

Escalante

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Situated just outside the Escalante Petrified Forest State Park, Escalante City provides access to a geographical wonderland of calcified fossils, wood and dinosaur bones.

True to its meaning to “escalate upward,” the city is surrounded by a series of layered plateaus of varying colors.

The city’s numerous hiking trails and visitor center allow visitors an up-close experience with thousands of pieces of petrified wood. In addition, nearby Wide Hollow Reservoir offers boating, canoeing and fishing.

Contact Info:

Phone: 435-826-4644
Fax: 435-826-4642
Email: stephmsteed@yahoo.com
Website: escalantecity-utah.com

Physical Address:

Escalante City Office
56 N. 100 W.
Escalante, Utah 84726

Mailing Address:

Escalante City Office
56 N. 100 W.
Escalante, Utah 84726

Hatch

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Sitting along the meandering Sevier River on Highway 89, the town of Hatch provides easy access to Bryce Canyon National Park and Scenic Byway 12.

The area was first settled in 1872 but was forced to move locations twice because of flooding. The town’s Daughters of Utah Pioneer Museum tells the story of the community’s founding families.

Today, Hatch is known for its excellent fishing on the Sevier River, ATV and snowmobile trails, and Mammoth Cave—one of the largest lava tubes in Utah.

The Hatch Town Council Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m.

Contact Info:

Phone: 435-735-4364
Fax: 435-735-4374
Email: hatchut@color-country.net

Physical Address:

Hatch Town Hall
49 W Center St.
Hatch, UT 84735

Mailing Address:

Hatch Town Hall
49 W Center St.
PO Box 625
Hatch, UT 84735

Henrieville

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Henrieville is tucked away between the impressive vistas of Kodachrome Basin State Park and the vast plateaus of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. The town is also a stop along the renowned Scenic Byway 12.

Settled in the 1870s, Henrieville remains a farming community. Visitors can explore the town’s abundant pioneer charm by taking a walking tour of historic homes, barns, and the original 1881 schoolhouse.

Monthly Board meetings are held on the second Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall.

Contact Info:

Phone: 435-679-8581
Fax: 435-679-8424
Email: henrievilletown@scinternet.net

Physical Address:

Henrieville Town Hall
70 West Main
Henrieville, Utah 84736

Mailing Address:

Town of Henrieville
PO Box 125
Henrieville, Utah 84736

Panguitch

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Panguitch City is the Garfield County seat and is named after the Native American Paiute word meaning “big fish.”

Nearby Panguitch Lake is known for having some of the largest rainbow trout in Utah and attracts fishers year round.

The area has a rich pioneer history and hosts an annual Quilt Walk to pay tribute to the early settlers who escaped starvation by using quilts to keep from sinking in the deep snow as they traveled to find food.

Downtown Panguitch has been designated as a National Historic District and celebrates its wild-west roots. The city’s 2,000 residents proudly host the popular Panguitch Valley Balloon Rally.

Contact Info:

Phone: 435-676-8585
Fax: 435-676-2758
Website: panguitch.com

Physical Address:

Panguitch City Office
25 South 200 East
Panguitch, UT 84759

Mailing Address:

Panguitch City Office
25 South 200 East

P.O. Box 75

Panguitch, UT 84759

Ticaboo

The community is named after the Native American Paiute word meaning “friendly,” and the residents of Ticaboo strive to be exactly that!

The quiet town is welcoming to the thousands of tourists visiting the nearby Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, also known as Lake Powell.

Located on Highway 276, Ticaboo is also part of the Trail of the Ancients National Scenic Byway.

Contact Info:

Phone: 435-788-2120

Physical Address:

Mailing Address:

Tropic

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Bordered on three sides by acclaimed Bryce Canyon National Park, the town of Tropic is named after its relatively mild climate, which results in colorful fruit blossoms.

Settled by just 15 families in 1892, Tropic is now home to more than 500 residents.

Tropic is located on Scenic Byway 12—Utah’s only All-American Road—and welcomes visitors to its Heritage Center Museum, which showcases the area’s diverse natural and cultural history.

The Tropic Town Board Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m.

Contact Info:

Phone: 435-679-8713
Fax: 435-679-8505
Email: tropic@color-country.net
Website: townoftropicut.gov

Physical Address:

Town of Tropic
20 N. Main Street
Tropic, UT 84776

Mailing Address:

Town of Tropic
20 N. Main Street
P.O. Box 130
Tropic, UT 84776