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Randolph is located near the geographic center of Rich County on a high plateau with an average elevation of 6,300 feet.

The first group of settlers from St. Charles, Idaho, led by Randolph H. Stewart camped on a knoll south of the present
town site on March 14, 1870.  A week later Apostle Charles C. Rich came and assisted in laying out the town, then named it
RANDOLPH

We are a town of great extremes, from 90 degrees in the summer to -40 degrees in the winter.  But full of hearty people
that love their town and their neighbors. 

 


Winter is upon us and it seems to be gearing up to keep Randolph famous for its cold temperatures!

Keep your water dripping ever so slowly to avoid freezing! 

Be thoughtful of your neighbors with your snow removal!

NOTICE OF INTENT TO ANNEX

A petition has been filed with the Town of Randolph proposing annexation and certified by the Clerk of the Town of Randolph as of February 14, 2018. The area to be annexed includes:

(1)    Part of the Southeast Quarter of Section 30, Township 11 North, Range 7 East

(2)    Part of the Northwest Quarter and the Northeast Quarter of Section 29, Township 11 North, Range 7 East

(3)    Part of the Northeast and Northwest Quarters, Section 30 Township 11 North, Range 7 East

The complete petition is available for inspection and copying at the Town Clerk’s office or on the Town’s website, www.townofrandolph.org.

The Town Council may grant the petition unless, within 30 days, a written protest is filed with the Rich County Clerk, P. O. Box 218, 20 South Main Street, Randolph, UT 84064 and a copy delivered to the Clerk of the Town of Randolph, P.O. Box 127, 20 South Main Street, Randolph, UT 84064.

The area to be annexed lies entirely within the local district boundaries that provide fire protection, paramedic and emergency services, and law enforcement services.

Written protests must be filed by March 16, 2018.






  PLEASE BE CAREFUL AND OBEY ALL SPEED LIMITS THROUGH TOWN.

  Be sure and let our Planning and Zoning Commission know if you have any construction plans for this year. 

ALL BUILDING PERMITS WITHIN THE TOWN LIMITS ARE NOW BEING ISSUED BY RICH COUNTY, BUT MUST BE APPROVED BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMITTEE PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION.


We are happy to announce we are beginning to post our Municipal Ordinances on line.  Check them out under Ordinances.  We also have available our Business License Application now under Town Information

PLEASE GET YOUR PARK RESERVATIONS EARLY FOR NEXT YEAR'S SUMMER SEASON.  THE CALENDAR IS ALREADY FILLING UP!