Air and Water

Air Quality

Air Quality

The National Parks in southeastern Utah are Federal Air Quality Class I areas. Because wilderness proposals for southern Utah range from 1.9 to 5.1 million acres, and expansion of existing National Park boundaries has been unofficially proposed, federal air quality standards become immensely important.

Any significant production of natural resources could be preempted or severely restricted by Federal Clean Air mandates or a combination of these and other Federal regulations. Much of the remainder of the county is Class II.

Water Quality

Although the three largest rivers in Utah flow through or along the border of San Juan County, the habitable portions of the area are classified by geographers as desert. The county's population centers are in arid or semi-arid locations, and are dependent on rainfall and annual snow pack in adjacent mountains to fill reservoirs and recharge springs and wells.

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Quality of Life

September, 2017

Sep 23, 2017
Cold Creek Bluegrass Band

October, 2017

Oct 02, 2017
Midway Swiss Bell Choir
Oct 14, 2017 - Oct 07, 2017
Newspaper Rock 10K Race
Oct 20, 2017 - Oct 22, 2017
Bluff Arts Festival
Oct 27, 2017 - Oct 29, 2017
Utah Navajo Fair
Oct 28, 2017
Monticello Harvest Festival

November, 2017

Nov 03, 2017
BYU Vocal Point
Nov 06, 2017
Utah Brass Quintet

December, 2017

Dec 08, 2017 - Dec 10, 2017
Edge of the Seaters- The Best Christmas Pageant Ever

January, 2018

Jan 22, 2018
Riders in the Sky

February, 2018

Feb 12, 2018
I Love a Piano

March, 2018

Mar 10, 2018
BYU Young Ambassadors

April, 2018

Apr 23, 2018
Blue Mountain Entertainment Spring Gala

May, 2018

May 07, 2018
Young Artists in Concert