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Building the Trust


Building the Trust

Since 1994, the Trust Lands Administration has generated more than $1.4 billion for Utah’s public schools, and has worked to grow Utah’s permanent funds from $84 million to $2 billion. This Permanent School Fund, a perpetual endowment for public schools, benefits students today and tomorrow. Today’s students receive annual distributions from the fund while the balance grows in perpetuity. The Trust Lands Administration aims to make the fund an increasingly significant source of funding for Utah schools.

Below are 2016-2017 distributions by school district. Find out what your individual school received and learn more about the School Land Trust.

  • Alpine $5,406,264
  • Beaver $216,860
  • Box Elder $901,083
  • Cache $1,295,396
  • Canyons $2,479,946
  • Carbon $344,215
  • Daggett $120,153
  • Davis $4,997,325
  • Duchesne $462,684
  • Emery $262,834
  • Garfield $172,005
  • Grand $209,022
  • Granite $4,853,385
  • Iron $732,581
  • Jordan $3,768,900
  • Juab $276,269
  • Kane $192,088
  • Logan $524,333
  • Millard $303,629
  • Morgan $305,939
  • Murray $562,470
  • Nebo $2,339,365
  • North Sanpete $273,820
  • North Summit $179,842
  • Ogden $956,154
  • Park City $440,782
  • Piute $127,850
  • Provo $1,295,886
  • Rich $141,915
  • Salt Lake City $1,758,916
  • San Juan $315,665
  • Sevier $423,777
  • South Sanpete $328,401
  • South Summit $214,201
  • Tintic $125,541
  • Tooele $1,018,123
  • Uintah $617,401
  • Wasatch $547,355
  • Washington $2,078,495
  • Wayne $140,306
  • Weber $2,282,417