Fruitland area

FIREWORKS ARE STRICTLY

pROHIBITED

ON  BANDANNA RANCH


This DumpsterFire occurred over a weekend

at the main entrance. 

Please, do not place hot coals in the Dumpsters!

This activity could result in devastating results

for other lot owners and the surrounding area.

Valuable resources are used to extinguish these fires, including the utilization of the

Fruitland Volunteer Fire Department.

Duchesne County has a trailer removal program that provides a financial incentive for property owners to remove derelict mobile homes or trailers from their property.  The county pays up to $750.00 for removal of single wides at least 40 feet long and up to $500.00 for trailers under 40 feet long.  Double wides receive up to $1,000.00.  The owner may do the work or hire a contractor. 

Tipping fees at the landfill are reimbursed.

For further information, contact the Community Development Department at 435-738-1152 or email mhyde@duchesne.utah.gov.Type your paragraph here.

2017  Newsletter

Dues and assessments

Bandanna Ranch and Thunder Ridge Airpark reside within a gated community and are governed by respective Homeowner's Associations.


It is each landowner's responsibility to know and follow the rules as set forth by the HOAs.


Like most family communities, the ranch is not immune from occasional lawlessness such as break-ins and traffic violations. We encourage all lot owner's to secure their property when away, and to be alert for any suspicious activities, and to report such activities to the land owner, the  respective trustee (see CONTACTS)  

and/or Law Enforcement.


In case of Emergency:

Dial  911


Duchesne County Sheriff:

(435) 738-2424



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Bandanna Ranch Homeowner's Association Dues are currently $185.00 per year, and payable to:


Bandanna Ranch HOA

HC63 Box 270201

Fruitland, Utah  84027

Fruitland, Utah is an unincorporated community in western Duchesne County, near the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation.


As local Real Estate Broker, Eileen Anderson, describes it:

"We are a one-horse town where things are a little backwards.  Your garage needs to be bigger than your cabin - you'll have more toys than furniture.  Guitars, laughter and friends catch the sunset.  Leave the stove behind - firepits and barbeques serve up a chef's best secrets...so retire here, be a snowbird, spend weekends, or just come up once in a while when you need recharging.  The camping can be as primitive as you can handle or as luxurious as you need." 

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