In The Spotlight
Final Supplementary Rules for Public Lands Managed by the Moab and Monticello Field Offices in Grand and San Juan Counties, UT
In accordance with the Records of Decision (RODs) for the Moab and Monticello Field Office Approved Resource Management Plans (RMPs) and the associated Environmental Impact Statements (EIS), the BLM is finalizing supplementary rules for BLM-managed public land in Grand and San Juan Counties. These final supplementary rules apply to the operation of motorized and mechanized vehicles, camping and campfires, firewood and petrified wood collection, and the use of glass containers. Learn More
Connecting with Utah Communities
The Bureau of Land Management-Utah released a new five-year strategy, “Connecting with Utah Communities”, which aims to increase BLM-Utah's collaborative efforts with local communities, businesses, and other outdoor recreation service providers in order to provide public land visitors with the recreational opportunities and experiences that communities value most. BLM-Utah’s new five-year Recreation and Visitor Services strategy can be found at http://www.blm.gov/ut/st/en.html.
BLM moves to ePlanning
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Canyon Country District, including the Moab and the Monticello Field Offices, will utilize the ePlanning system for all new National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) projects initiated after May 18, 2015. ePlanning is the BLM’s national register for NEPA documents and will replace the Utah Environmental Notification Bulletin Board (ENBB) over time. NEPA projects that were initiated prior to May 18, 2015 that are currently listed on Utah's ENBB will remain on the ENBB. The ePlanning system can be accessed at:
Wilderness Characteristics Review For Harts Point Completed
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Final Business Plan for BLM Monticello Field Office Campgrounds Completed
The Monticello Field Office administers an area that has gained international recognition for its extraordinary natural beauty and numerous recreational opportunities. To better manage high-user demand, the Monticello Field Office developed a business plan for its campgrounds.
Firewood Permit Information
Wood permits must be purchased in person at the Monticello Field Office. Emailed or mailed in permits will not be accepted.
Cedar Mesa Map