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Millard County Resource Assessment

Millard County Resource Assessment

Millard County is located between Juab and Beaver counties in Central Utah. The county seat lies in the community of Fillmore 150 miles south of Salt Lake City and 160 miles north of St. George. Millard County is rural in nature with a population of 12,000-13000. Millard County consists of 6,818 square miles. Most of this land area is in public ownership. Less than 2% is privately owned.

The county is bordered on the east by the Pahvant and Oak Creek Mountains. These small mountain ranges are a western edge of the Rockies that reaches to 10,000 ft in elevation overlooking the Great Basin valleys and mountains to the west.

The Sevier River culminates here in Millard County on agricultural lands surrounding the community of Delta. Located in the high desert of the Great Basin, availability of water sets the geography of community settlement and growth.

Millard County Land Use Map

Complete Assessment - Land Use Statistics

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Millard County, Utah Resource Assessment (PDF, 1.68 MB)

Summary Assessment - Land Use Statistics

Land Use Acres
Federal (Range & Forest) 3,286.068
State (Range & Forest) 400,475
Grain Crops 19,000
Conservation Reserve Program 14,746
Grass/Pasture/Haylands 70,000
Shrub/Rangeland 531,389
Water 1,240
Urban, Roads, Rail Road 24,602
County Total 4,347,520