Notice: NOTICE: The fees for Monument Permits have changed. The passing of the new legislative bill SB 104 has modified the permit fees for existing Monuments. Fees for new monument installation remain the same. Fees for existing Monuments have changed.
For all existing monuments within 30 feet of any planned construction activities (to include road construction or reconstruction, mill and overlay, utility work or construction, etc.) the fee is $400 per monument. Upon completion of said construction activities the contractor shall give notice to the Salt Lake County Surveyor’s Office that work is complete. The Salt Lake County Surveyor’s Office will inspect the affected monuments to determine any refund amount up to $250.
Please see the Monument Permit sections of our website for more information.
Due to the State of Utah and Salt Lake County COVID-19 Emergency Public Orders, the Salt Lake County Government Center is closed to the public until further notice. We are maintaining day-to-day operations and accepting surveys, monument permits, and mapping requests electronically, by email or by phone. In addition, payments are accepted electronically by clicking the Online Payments button at the bottom of this page. No cash or checks will be accepted at this time.
Our electronic system for filing surveys and obtaining monument permits will remain available 24/7. Electronically filed surveys and permits will be processed as usual. Requests for maps may be made by telephone or email. In-person requests will be conducted by appointment only. In addition, we will still be available by phone or email for our internal customers as well.
To best expedite requests, please call 385-468-8240 or email us at Surveyor@slco.org.
Survey Data - Monument Data
VRS Sheets are a data log of monument observations using the AGRC Virtual Reference System network. Information was collected between 2011 and present day. The information on the sheet includes station used, points observed, mean of measurements, and a photo of the monument.
To access VRS Sheets, use the interactive map below to zoom into the area of interest with the plus/minus buttons or mouse wheel and then click on the point associated with the VRS Sheet you would like. A popup with relevant information will appear, including a link to the VRS Sheet(s).