Through local intergovernmental agreements, the Six County Association of Governments (SCAOG) was organized in 1969 to provide services available through state and federal programs to the citizens of Juab, Millard, Piute, Sanpete, Sevier and Wayne counties. Services provided range from home-delivered meals to loans for business startup and expansion. The SCAOG administers an annual budget of over $3 million dollars and maintains a staff of more than 80 full and part time employees.
General oversight for programs administered by the SCAOG is provided by the General Board comprising all commissioners and one appointed mayor from each county. The General Board meets quarterly or as required. An Executive Board of one appointed commissioner and appointed mayor from each county meets monthly, or as required, to provide program specific guidance and direction as necessary.
The Board(s) provides direction directly through the SCAOG's Executive Director and program directors. SCAOG departments consist of Executive and Administrative, Community Services, Aging and Volunteer Services, and Housing Services