NOTICE OF PROPOSED ANNEXATION, NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING, AND NOTICE OF PROTEST PERIOD
The Tooele County Council will conduct a public hearing at 7:00 PM on June 15, 2021, in Room 306 of the County Administration Building, 47 South Main Street, Tooele, Utah.
Tooele County Clerk’s Office is now by appointment only – Marriage License, Passports, etc. To make an appointment, call 435-843-3155 or email the Clerk’s Office here.
The Tooele County Clerk’s office is responsible for business licenses, elections, voter registration, marriage licenses, passports the recording and transcription of the County Council public meetings, contracts, liability insurance, record management and risk management for the County.
Tooele County Council meetings are held in the Tooele County Building, 47 South Main, Room 310. Meeting agendas can be viewed online.
The Clerk’s Office is responsible for processing liability claims involving county property, vehicles, etc.
Tooele County Clerk – Risk Management
The Clerk’s Office manages the Risk Assessment Program (RAP) for the county including Accident Review Committee.
Talk to Tooele County is a website where citizens can notify the county of a problem before it becomes an accident. If you spot a pothole on a county road, report it. See a traffic sign down, report it. Do you have a marvelous idea that would save the county big bucks, or perhaps just a suggestion on how something could be done better? Report it!
Any way we can improve services, and save tax dollars, has to be a win, win situation! We’ll even let you know when we receive your suggestions!
Click on “Talk to Tooele County” to access the website.
Notary Service is available at the Clerk’s Office. The charge is $5.00 per signature.
The Clerk’s Office manages the GRAMA (Government Records Access Management Act) requests.
For information on the Open Meetings Act and GRAMA, please click on the following link and go to Chapter 13.
There are a number of boards that help Tooele County accomplish all that needs to be done within the county. Board openings are listed on the agenda for the first County Council Meeting of each month (first Tuesday).
Local Governmental Entities information can be found at https://entityregistry.utah.gov/.
Follow the links below to get information about Tooele County.
- Tooele County Packet Letter
- What’s a Tooele?
- Guide to Historical Attractions in Tooele County
- Industry in Tooele County
- Map of Tooele County
- Pony Express Trail National Back County Byway
- Tooele County – Fun in Every Direction
- Tooele County Historical Sites
- Wendover – A National Historic Treasure
- Wendover Airfield Map