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Box Elder County Office Hours and Information

Most of our county offices are now open. However, the safety of our staff and you is our number one priority.
Please continue to practice social distancing and follow the COVID-19 safety guidelines when visiting our offices.

Attorney's Office 
Regular Hours. 

  • Appointments for video/telephone meetings with attorneys and staff can be scheduled at the window.  If necessary, in-person appointments can be set up, but members of the public will be required to wear face masks if entering into the office.

Auditor’s Office
Regular Hours  

  • At this time, the Auditor’s office is working hard to get all abatement/exemption forms available to submit online. We strongly encourage people to use those resources or to mail applications to the office.  Forms are not due until September. 
  • Please contact us with questions or concerns. 

Clerk’s Office

Regular Hours

Economic Development Department

Regular hours


Human Resources Department
Appointment only 

  • call 435-734-3348

Justice Court 


Recorder’s Office 

Regular Hours


Roads Department

Regular Hours

Tourism Department 

Regular hours



Dear Box Elder County,

In regards to the Governor's press conference this week, Box Elder County will be transitioning from the red 'high risk' stage to the orange 'moderate risk' starting Friday, May 1st at midnight, and will last two weeks. At the end of the two weeks, the state will reevaluate the case number and determine our next course of action.

We, like many of you, are eager to get our economy moving. We want to see everyone in our county return to their everyday routines as soon as possible. However, your safety is our priority, and we encourage you to continue to use safety precautions as we enter this first step in the stabilization stage. Within this orange, 'moderate risk' phase, there are still restrictions placed on businesses and individuals. Below we have attached the Governor's plan in full as well as an overview for the general public. 

We encourage you to follow these guidelines to keep yourself and others safe. We must keep our case numbers down. That way, we can move to the next phase in two weeks. 

As a commission, we are here for you. We are working to keep you as up to date as possible. We thank you and your families for helping us to get to this point in our county. Box Elder County has done a fantastic job keeping case numbers down and supporting one another. Please continue to support each other during this time and responsibly enjoy the reopening of businesses across the county.

Best Regards,

The Box Elder County Commission
Jeff Hadfield
Jeff Scott
Stan Summers


Phase Guidelines
Orange (Moderate Risk) Executive Order
High Risk Guidelines from the CDC
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Testing Coming to Brigham

📣Drive-thru COVID-19 Testing Coming to Brigham City

The Bear River Health Department (BRHD), in partnership with the Utah Department of Health and
Community Health Centers, Inc, is pleased to begin offering COVID-19 tests in Brigham City. 

Patients can stop by for a drive-thru test beginning Monday, May 4 from 1-4 PM at 817 West 950 South in Brigham. 

The testing will be available on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursdays from 1-4 PM.
For questions, please call the health department at 435-792-6500.

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