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 Utah Travel Center Counties Emery • Facts


Emery County was named after territorial governor George W. Emery. It is located in southeastern Utah with Carbon County on the north border, Wayne County to the south, Grand County to the east, and Sevier and Sanpete Counties on the west border.

Area: 4,439 sq. miles

Average income: $13,576

County Seat: Castle Dale

Economy: electric power generating, coal mining, livestock

Points of interest: Cleveland Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry, The Green River, Green River State Park, Goblin Valley State Park, Huntington State Park, San Rafael Swell, Joes Valley Reservoir, Emery County Museum in Castle Dale.

Population:

1980 - 11,451
1990 - 10,332
1995 - 10,638

History for Emery County

Emery County Courthouse
P.O. Box 629
Castle Dale, UT 84513-0629
Phone: 435-381-2139
FAX: 435-381-5183

Emery School District
130 N Main
Huntington, UT 84528
Phone: 435-687-9846
Number of Schools: 10
Number of Students: 3,429

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