Juab County

Juab County was formed in 1852, including portions of what is now Nevada. The size of the county was reduced in 1854 and 1856 along with various other changes through the years until the current borders were set. The first real settlement came in 1851 when Mormon pioneers settled Nephi. They relied mainly on agriculture […]

Millard County

Refresh your mind and restore your spirit with a visit to Millard County, located in west central Utah. You’ll find unblemished and seemingly endless scenery, from the mountains of Fishlake National Forest to barren desert lands. Along the way, you’ll discover historical sites and plenty of outdoor recreation. Delta Utah, Fillmore Utah and our other communities offer lots […]

Piute County

The Piute County Chamber of Commerce welcomes you to the greatest playground in Central Utah. Although Piute County’s roots are deeply set in agriculture, recreational resources have always been here and have been developed for your enjoyment. Piute County is in the heart of the Paiute ATV Trail with multiple trail access points throughout the […]

Sanpete County

Data concerning Sanpete County can go here.

Sevier County

Welcome to the new Sevier County Utah government website! We hope you find this site attractive, easy to navigate, and useful. One of the great features of the new site is the “Notify Me” option. You can sign up to be notified about new information about Bid Postings, News Flashes, or various Calendar Events.

Wayne County

This area of southern Utah has a diversity of landscape like no other area in the state – red rock formations and canyons, pristine meadows, alpine forests, as well as lush green valleys. That landscape makes Capitol Reef Country perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, horse and ATV rides, fishing, hunting or just […]

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