BLM Utah Dingell, Jr. Act Designations

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On March 12, 2019, Public Law 116-9, the John D. Dingell, Jr. Conservation, Management, and Recreation Act was enacted. This act will have an impact on public lands across the State of Utah. BLM Utah has been actively involved in implementation of the law. BLM Utah looks forward to working with local communities, counties, and the State of Utah to implement the new land designations, which help protect recreation opportunities and access on public lands and helps to consolidate federal and state lands. Explore the new recreation and national conservation lands designations.

Recreation Designations

National Conservation Lands Designations

Lands and Realty Actions

  • Hyde Park Conveyance
  • Ashley Springs Conveyance
  • Exchange of Lands with State of Utah
  • Emery County Land Conveyances
  • Confirmation of State Land Grants



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Planning and Environmental Coordinator
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