SITLA Board Meets to Discuss Trust Lands Within New Monument

The Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA) Board of Trustees met Friday, January 6 to discuss strategy, concerns, and next steps following the designation of the Bears Ears National Monument. Prior to moving into a 2.5-hour closed session, Trustees heard from Merri Black Shumway, a San Juan County School District board member and… Read more »

109K Acres of School Trust Land Captured in Bears Ears National Monument

The Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA) estimates the newly-declared Bears Ears National Monument captures approximately 109,000 acres of state school trust lands, which are managed by SITLA on behalf of Utah’s K-12 education system. SITLA is currently reviewing the monument proclamation and map, and will work with its Board of Trustees, the… Read more »

National Defense Bill Includes Provisions Critical to Utah

Congress is expected to pass, in the next several days, the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which includes key provisions critical to Utah. Senator Orrin Hatch introduced and championed legislation as part of the annual defense policy bill, to expand the Utah Test and Training Range, which will not only assist our military, but… Read more »

Development Partner Sought for Resort Project Near Bullfrog Marina

Now through January 26, 2017, the Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA) is accepting statements of interest and qualifications from prospective partners for a resort development at the Bullfrog Marina entrance to Glen Canyon National Recreation Area in Garfield County, Utah. Through this Request For Qualifications (RFQ), SITLA seeks a partner to develop… Read more »

New Rep. Love Bill Will Bring Funds to Utah Schools

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congresswoman Mia Love introduced the Funding Local Schools Act (H.R. 6180) today, a bill that would help to bring additional funding to Utah’s schools. The Bureau of Land Management’s Pony Express resource management plan (RMP) identifies select parcels of land within the plan’s area as available for disposal. Congresswoman Love’s Funding Local… Read more »

Request for Qualifications | Through January 26, 2017
Now through January 26, 2017, the Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA) is accepting statements of interest and qualifications from prospective partners for a resort development at the Bullfrog Marina entrance to Glen Canyon National Recreation Area in Garfield County, Utah. Through this Request For Qualifications (RFQ), SITLA seeks a partner to develop approximately 700 acres into a resort destination including a retail village, hotel, residential area, and recreation amenities.
Board of Trustees Meeting | January 19
The School and Institutional Trust Lands Board of Trustees will meet and discuss several lands and operational issues. Review the full agenda.
Maps on the Hill | January 25
SITLA's talented GIS Team will attend and display a variety of map projects at Maps on the Hill, sponsored by the Utah Geographic Information Council and AGRC. Learn more about this event.
Board of Trustees Meeting | March 16
The School and Institutional Trust Lands Board of Trustees will meet and discuss several lands and operational issues. The agenda and other materials will be posted as they become available.
Board of Trustees Meeting | April 20
The School and Institutional Trust Lands Board of Trustees will meet and discuss several lands and operational issues. The agenda and other materials will be posted as they become available.