Cedar City Field Office

In the Spotlight


 BLM Hosts Public Open House
New Mountain Bike Trail System Near Cedar City

Join the Bureau of Land Management (BLM)-Utah Cedar City Field Office on Nov. 20 for an open house to provide input on implementation and construction of an approved mountain bike trail system that will be located on public land east of Cedar City. The open house will take place at the Southern Utah University Cedar Breaks room 141 in the Sharwan Smith Student Center, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Comments about trail implementation can be submitted to Dave Jacobson at djacobso@blm.gov. All comments must be received by 5 p.m. on Nov. 24, 2014.

Environmental Assessment


 

Icon link to National Public Lands Day FlyerNational Public Lands Day
Service Project in Iron County Rescheduled

The Bureau of Land Management Utah Cedar City Field Office is partnering with Dixie National Forest Office and Southern Utah University to host National Public Lands Day at Three Peaks Recreation Area. On October 4 at 8 a.m. volunteers are asked to meet at the Large Group Campground, for a brief welcome and registration. Volunteers can assist with construction of new mountain bike trails.

Pre-Register for National Public Lands Day 

Photos of Past National Public Lands Day


Latinos In Action Celebrate Wilderness 50th
with Service Project

Latinos in Action group photo at the Kanarraville Falls Trailhead

Celebrating the Wilderness Act 50th anniversary on September 6, the Latinos In Action group from Southern Utah University participated in a service project at the Kanarraville Falls hiking trail, which is within the Spring Creek Wilderness Study Area. With assistance from the BLM-Utah Cedar City Field Office, Latinos in Action organized the expeditious volunteer project to remove litter and scrub away scribbles inscribed on the rocks and canyon walls, while hiking six miles round trip. More...


Discover your Public Lands 

When is National Model Aviation Day Recognized?
World Extreme Rock Crawling and Endurance Racing Comes to Cedar City!
Cedar City Celebrates International Migratory Bird Day!

Color Country Works with Local Community to Support Excitement in Learning

Public Land Superheroes-- for Superhero Day April 24

Students from the Entheos Academy Partners with BLM on Petroglyph Recording

Have You Been To The Gap? No, Not the Clothing Store, the Parowan Gap!



Map of the Cedar City Field Office boundary


QUICK LINKS  

Environmental Notification Bulletin Board

BLM Utah Newsroom

BLM Nat'l Newsroom

Cedar City Resource Management Plan


Kanarra Creek Canyon (popularly known as Kanaraville Falls) within the Spring Creek WSA
Public lands within the Cedar City Field Office naturally lend to a variety of rich outdoor experiences. These awe-inspiring landscapes include opportunities like designated hiking trails, a rich cultural and historical legacy, Wilderness Study Area's, and wildlife viewing.


Need maps or other information visit the 
BLM Cedar City office:
176 East DL Sargent Drive
Cedar City, Utah 84721
Phone: (435) 865-3000
Fax: (435) 865-3053
Email: utccmail@blm.gov


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Welcome to the Bureau of Land Management Cedar City Field Office 
The Cedar City Field Office (CCFO) is located in southwest Utah in the Great Basin region.  Characterized by vast acres of sagebrush and pinyon-juniper clad foothills, the region offers a variety of landscapes ranging from salt desert shrub flats to high mountains with riparian, aspen, and bristlecone pine communities.  Principal mountain ranges are the Minerals, the Wah Wahs, and the Indian Peak ranges.  The Field office is home to a variety of species including the greater sage grouse, the Utah prairie dog, the Southwest Desert Elk Herd, and the Sulphur Wild Horse Herd - a breed of horse noted by its distinct markings and Spanish genetics.

The Field Office is generally quite remote and offers a wide variety of dispersed recreation. The Parowan Gap, a deep, narrow gorge west of Summit, Utah, is renowned as a site of great importance to the Paiute Indians and others for many reasons, including the Fremont era petroglyphs etched on the canyon walls. The Cedar City Field Office manages approximately 2.2 million acres of public lands. In addition, the Cedar City office lends support services to other Southern Utah field offices in program areas including fire, Emergency Stabilization and Rehabilitation (ESR) fuels treatments and a host of other functions.