Utah's Public Lands Policy Coordinating Office

Established in 2005 by the Utah Legislature

R.S. 2477 Roads

Securing Public Access

Resource Development Coordinating Committee

Coordinating and Facilitating Between Government Agencies on Public Lands Policies

Constitutional Defense Council

Protecting State's Rights


Preserving Our Heritage


Our Mission: to Preserve and Defend Rights to Access, Use, and Benefit from Public Lands within the State.
More than half of the lands in Utah are federally owned and managed. The Utah Legislature has created our office to develop and coordinate the State's public lands policies. Learn more about our mission, objectives, current projects, and accomplishments.

Featured Project

Since 2012, we have actively participated in developing a plan that continues Utah's work to protect Greater Sage-Grouse.


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PLPCO participates in many discussions, proposals, and policy development initiatives concerning public lands' use and management. We also assist the Utah Attorney General's Office in litigating these issues. Learn more about our recent involvements and activities.