Wayne County

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Wayne County is named for either for Wayne Robinson, whose father Willis E. Robinson served in the Utah State legislator; or for Anthony Wayne, who was an American Revolutionary general.


Created:  March 10, 1892

County Seat: 

Loa  1892 – present


County Courthouse – Loa 


Location:  18 South Main Street / West Center Street

Built:  1938 – 1939

Style:  Moderne

Architect:  Unknown

Contractor:  Unknown


Description:  The building faces east and is a one story white colored stucco, brick, concrete and glass structure. The building was constructed under the Works Projecys Administration. The building has red and buff colored brick trim around the central entrance. The windows are vertical. The basement is red brick.



N – Sevier County and Emery County 

E – San Juan County

S – Garfield County

W – Piute County 








Photos taken 2008