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San Juan County
Economic Development

San Juan County Utah, also known as Utah’s Canyon Country, is located in the southeast corner of the state. San Juan County is the largest County by square footage in Utah at 7,933 square miles and includes 3 incorporated cities - Monticello, Blanding and Bluff. San Juan County is home to 4 National Monuments, 2 State Parks, Canyonlands National Park, Monument Valley Tribal Park, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, and endless year-round recreational opportunities.
 
Regionally situated and accessible within the four corners, San Juan County supports Utah's access for ground transportation into CO, AZ and NM. It is truly is the place to work, with unparalleled quality of life for work-life balance. The economic future is prosperous, and we are continuously working to improve and expand resources and opportunities in the region that spans from 7,070ft to 3,573ft elevation. 

Business in 

San Juan County

We are always looking to the future. The future of San Juan County is bright, and as a county, we are dedicated to planning for our future development and growth. San Juan County Commissioners encourage and support economic growth, read more about it here.

Population 14,489

Median Age 34

Median Income $50,731

   LABOR FORCE 5470

 

 

Business Spotlight

 

"As the owners of the recently rebranded Atomic Blue Motor-Inn, we are so excited to have new life breathed into this 1940’s to 1970’s motel. We chose the name as a tribute to the Uranium rush in San Juan County, which Jason’s grandfather was a part of, and also of course the Blue Mountain, as the locals call the Abajo range that is accessible easily in Monticello and Blanding. Jason and I are so grateful to San Juan County Economic Development & Visitor Services for the help and commitment to San Juan County and the small businesses like ours. The board has helped us to get grants and information to help our business to succeed, especially during the pandemic when other counties were struggling to survive. We are proud of our community, our county, and our state in the support we receive daily. We love our area, our employees we call family, and our property, which is our home, and want them all to thrive in 2024 so we can provide a clean, comfortable, and reasonably priced place for our guests to enjoy this gorgeous landscape in San Juan County, Utah. Please come visit us and enjoy your stay at the crossroads to all the National Parks in beautiful Monticello, Utah!" 

- Jason & Candace Davis

Owners/On-Site Managers

The Atomic Blue Motor-Inn


 


Attend a Housing Assessment Public Meeting!

This is your chance to voice your opinions regarding the housing stock in San Juan County. Meet the team of Points Consulting who are conducting a county-wide housing assessment that will be used to propel San Juan County forward towards more equitable housing options - they want to hear from you! Reach out to [email protected] with any questions or concerns. 

The Blanding meeting on January 30th, 2024 at 6:00 pm will be hybrid, and you can attend via Zoom: http://tinyurl.com/5h4ucz9v  

 

RURAL COUNTY GRANT INFORMATION

Application is CLOSED!

Thank you for your applications! Updates will be posted to the Economic Development & Visitor Services Facebook Page. 

Email [email protected] with any questions or concerns regarding the 

2024 Rural County Grant. 

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