Duchesne County Community Development Director Mike Hyde has some information to help those interested in purchasing land in Duchesne County. Among his list of ‘Things to Know Before Purchasing Land in Duchesne County’ is the following. First and foremost, building permits are required for any building that is designed or intended for human occupancy, regardless of size. Once a dwelling unit is established on a parcel, an accessory building, such as a storage shed, is allowed without a building permit if it meets certain specifications. Second, many parcels in the county are located within water districts that can provide a culinary water hook up for an established fee. However, many parcels are located outside of water districts or are within water districts that currently have no water service available. TriCounty Health is the county’s Culinary Water Authority and they can provide guidance as to what are acceptable water sources. Third, there is NO guarantee that a particular parcel of land will have legal access. For the complete list of “Things to Know Before Purchasing Land in Duchesne County”, contact the Duchesne County Community Development Department.
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