Daggett County

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Daggett County is named for Ellswood Daggett, who was the first Utah Surveyor General.


Created:  March 4, 1917

County Seat: 

Manila  1917 – present


County Courthouse – Manila 


Location:  95 North 100 West Street / West 100 North Street

Built:  1977 – 1978

Style:  Modern

Architect:  Ken Stevenson

Contractor:  Warner & Kendrick


Description:  The building faces east and  is a one story red colored brick, stone and concrete structure. The east front has a projecting portico supported by two stone pillars and having a red colored hipped roof. The building extends north and south and has few windows. Behind the building is the old white colored plastered jail.


Old County Courthouse – Manila 




Location:  250 West Highway 43 / 3rd West Street

Built:  1912

Style:  Wood Frame

Architect:  Hastrup Brothers

Contractor:  Hastrup Brothers


Description:  To the southwest of the present courthouse is the old wood frame courthouse which was constructed in 1912 as a school. The east front has a projecting center section rising to a dormer at the roof line. The roof is hipped. The building was converted in 1922 to serve as the courthouse. The building is now the Vacation Inn.



N – Sweetwater County, Wyoming

E – Moffat County, Colorado

S – Uintah County

W – Duchesne County and Summit County



















Photos taken 2009