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San Juan County Utah, also known as Utah’s Canyon Country, is located in the southeast corner of the state. We are home to 4 National Monuments, 2 State Parks, Canyonlands National Park, Monument Valley Tribal Park, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, and endless year-round recreational opportunities.

Regionally situated and accessible within the four corners, San Juan County truly is the place to work, with unparalleled quality of life for true work-life balance. The economic future for the county is bright, and we are continuously working to improve and expand resources and opportunities in the region.


To view our Community Profile click here to view our Community Assessment click here

If we've left you wondering who we are, we invite you to watch our video This is San Juan.



Hózhó, a Diné (Navajo) word that describes finding balance. A part of the San Juan County Economic Development and Visitor Services mission is to develop interagency collaboration. We strive to grow economic opportunities with the communities and our partners.

San Juan County Economic Development works with businesses investing in San Juan County providing training, resources, contacts, and programs; with the purpose to support businesses, improve operations, and employment opportunities.

Collaborative partners with San Juan County include Local governments, Chapters, Utah State University, Economic Development Administration (EDA), Southeast Utah Association of Local Governments (SEUALG), USU Blanding Small Business Development Center (SBDC), Utah's Governor's Office of Economic Development (GOED), Economic Development Corporation of Utah (EDCUtah), and additional development partners.


The Future is Bright

We are always looking to the future. The future of San Juan County is bright, and as a county, we are dedicated to planning for our future development and growth. In 2017/2018 we compiled a Strategic Plan for Economic Development, in this plan we identified five key areas of focus for the next ten years. These key areas include broadband, transportation, diversification of the economy and workforce, business expansion and retention, as well as a celebration of culture and heritage. We believe this is a living and working document, it is our commitment to work with our community partners and annually re-visit and fine-tune our plan.

We invite you to take a minute and review our plan here.


Keep a Pulse

Transparency is key to us. To keep a pulse on the economic development happenings throughout the region we invite you to follow us on our various platforms.

Quarterly Newsletter, this quarterly email is intended to provide updates from our office, a compilation of funding options, regional resource updates, upcoming events/trainings, and more.

Online Newsroom, this is where we post various features, press releases, accolades, and more. The newsroom is divided into sections including Economic Development, Utah's Canyon Country (tourism specific features), and Annual & Quarterly Reports.

Social Media, our platforms include Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Each platform is intended to function as another resource and tool for our business community.

Facebook: provide regular updates and re-shares of events, training, new online resources, reminders for grant/funding deadlines, and more.

Instagram: provide highlights of the region, businesses, and communities.

Below is an interactive map developed and designed by the Governor's Office of Economic Development to illustrate the infrastructure in San Juan County. 


Join Us

If you are interested in doing business or need help expanding your existing business in San Juan County,

please reach out.


Our startup checklist will help guide you through the process and give you the confidence you need to launch your own business today.


Browse current commercial property and real estate listings.



Demographic and community data for San Juan County.


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