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Altamont


Located next to the beautiful Uinta Mountains, Altamont is surrounded by a deverse landscape and rich farmland. The lifestyle and rural enviroment attracts an interest from all who are looking for a quality lifestyle, including a strong work ethic, commitment to family, and a sense of community.



Duchesne


As "Gateway to the Uintah Basin", Duchesne City residents enjoy a rural lifestyle. The existing moral climate, low crime rates, community pride and neighborly atmosphere are characteristics that need to be maintained and protected.



Myton


While Myton boasts its own unique history, it also strives for orderly growth and development. Mutually beneficial partnerships with area agencies and jurisdictions are sought to elevate the quality of life for its citizens. Growth is welcome and would be a positive addition to the current diverse population.



Roosevelt

We envision Roosevelt City as being a community in which a unique quailty of life can be experienced. It's rural setting, clean air, pristine water, open space, freedom from congestion and crime and other amenities will be preserved in an environment which provides for business, recreation, affordable housing and education opportunities.


Tabiona


Utah's best kept secret is a beautiful valley, adjacent to the High Uinta Wilderness and home to one of Utah's most beautiful locations. The Town of Tabiona wishes to chart their own destiny while partnering and cooperating with other state and county agencies, as they achieve mutually beneficial goals.



Unincorporated Communities



Altonah


Altonah lies along local roads north of State Route 87, north of the city of Duchesne. Its elevation is 6,673 feet (2,034 m). Although Altonah is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 84002



Bluebell


Bluebell lies along local roads east of State Route 87, northeast of the city of Duchesne. Its elevation is 6,201 feet (1,890 m). Although Bluebell is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 84007.

Its notable attractions include Bluebell Store, The Monson Family Corn Maze, and Bluebell Cemetery.


Fruitland

Fruitland lies along U.S. Route 40 west of the city of Duchesne, the county seat of Duchesne County. Its elevation is 6,624 feet (2,019 m). Although Fruitland is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 84027



Hanna

Hanna lies along State Route 35 northwest of the city of Duchesne, the county seat of Duchesne County. Its elevation is 6,765 feet (2,062 m). Although Hanna is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 84031.



Mountain Home

Mountain Home lies along local roads north of State Route 87, north of the city of Duchesne, the county seat of Duchesne County. Its elevation is 7,005 feet (2,135 m). Mountain Home was originally settled in 1905 as part of the Moon Lake Ward of the LDS Church. Mountain Home is situated in a fertile valley that is mainly used to raise range cattle. Mountain Home's most notable old families include the Farnsworths, the Thaynes and the Miles. Its most notable attractions include the Rock Creek Store and Bed & Breakfast, as well as the 7-11 Ranch. The Rock Creek Store and Bed & Breakfast is the original building that contained the Moon Lake First Ward church. Mountain Home is also the birthplace of Evan Mecham, who served as Governor of Arizona.

Although Mountain Home is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 84051


Neola

Neloa lies along State Route 121 north of the city of Roosevelt. Its elevation is 6,020 feet (1835 m). Although Neola is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 84053.



Talmage

Talmage lies along local roads west of State Route 87, north of the city of Duchesne. Talmage is an unincorporated community in Duchesne County, Utah. Its elevation is 6,834 feet (2,083 m). Although Talmage is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 84073.

The town was founded in 1907 and named Winn in 1912, but renamed in 1914 to honor Latter-day Saint leader James E. Talmage
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