Uintah County is named for the Uintah Native America Tribe, a Ute tribe who inhabited the region.
Created: February 18, 1880
Vernal 1880 – present
County Courthouse – Vernal
Location: 147 East Main Street / North 100 East Street
Built: 1958 – 1959
Architect: Lorenzo & Young Inc.
Contractor: GSN & WB
Description: The building faces south and is a two story red colored brick, stone and concrete structure. The building is built into a slope with the south entrance on the second story. A canopy extends out from the center of the building at the entrance. The west side has windows in the center and the east side has horizontal windows. The building was remodeled in 1986. The architect was Molen Associates Inc. and the contractor was Adamson Engineering Inc. The north addition was built in 1983 and completed in 1984. The architect was Molen Associates Inc. and the contractor was Adamson Engineering Inc.
N – Daggett County
S – Grand County
Photos taken 2009