It is always important for a lot owner
to be FIRE AWARE.
Fruitland experienced a huge fire risk due to dry conditions in our area in 2018. That risk came to fruition this summer as the Dollar Ridge Fire swept through our area with such great force and magnitude.
On Saturday, October 20, 2018, Bandanna Ranch HOA met with Nathan Robinson and Travis Wright (representing the Fruitland VFD) to discuss fire prevention options for the Ranch. The topic of developing a Defensible Space around dwellings was discussed. If you are interested in learning your specific lot's requirements, we highly recommend you contact Travis D. Wright. Travis is an Assistant WUI Coordinator for the State of Utah, Dept. of Natural Resources. Travis will explain what Defensible Spaceentails and will gladly work with the property owner to bring your lot into compliance. Basically, Travis works with fire crews so that, when they are not working/fighting a fire, they will build the agreed upon Defensible Space on your lot as needed. This is a FREE service to the lot owner. The expenses incurred will be covered via a Grant from the Fire Service to aid in preventing fires in our area. Travis owns his own "chipper" that can be used for clearing your lot of dead wood and other fire hazards, etc.
For more information, please contact:
Travis D. Wright
Bandanna Ranch Homeowner's Association
HC63 Box 270201 - Fruitland, Utah 84027
Bandanna Ranch Homeowner's Association © TomBrown
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.Type your paragraph here.
All roads on Bandanna Ranch are private roads. The gates allowing access to Bandanna Ranch were closed at 8pm on May 30, 2018 and were reopened on May 31, 2018, at 8pm.
“This closure is required by Utah State law in order for Bandanna Ranch to maintain the roads as private property,” according to the Bandanna Ranch Board of Trustees.
Bandanna Ranch lot owners who needed to be on the ranch during the closure were allowed to pass through the gates.
Bandanna Ranch Local Area Contractors - Partial List
Young Const. Mike Young 435-823-5276
Fruitland Rock Ryan Clark 435-828-4700
Yates Const. Richard Yates 435-823-2399
Miles Const. Bob Miles 435-668-7942
Scott Fish: Electrical Engineer,
installation and repair 425-630-1414
Jolley Electrical Troy Jolley 801-361-4090
GS Electrical Cody 435-823-5613
Easter Electrical Rick Easter 801-718-0468
Hatch Heating Richard Hatch 801-209-1535
Orange Mountain Steve 435-722-2102
Bill Boyd Bill Boyd 435-823-3838
Septic and Drain Service:
Webb's Rooter and Drain Service 435-621-7211
Keeping the Basin Flowin'
Rex Broadhead - Duchesne County Weed Control
435-671-2507 or 435-738-2745
Rex offers weed spray, at cost, to Duchesne County
residents on Monday's 12 - 5. Contact Rex for more info.