Brian Head Town along with other federal, state, county and local agencies strive to bring information to the public.
Listed below are several agencies that serve the public
1. Road Conditions Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT). Locally, UDOT is responsible for highway 143 from Parowan to Mammoth Creek area. They maintain the highway during the summer and plow the roads in the winter. UDOT has identified a website in which you can access accurate information pertaining to the highways/interstate freeways in Utah. By simply clicking on the area or you can click statewide in order to view the highways in the Brian Head area. This will give you up to date information on a particular highway.
2. Iron County. Brian Head is in Iron County, and this particular website will give you all departments associated with Iron County, such as the County Recorder, Clerk, Treasurer and all other County agencies.
3. Cedar Breaks National Monument Cedar Breaks National Monument is only four (4) miles south of Brian Head Town and offers some of the most scenic vista in Southern Utah.
4. State Parks & Recreation offers information to all of Utah State Parks along with OHV education for youth, OHV motorized trail maps, and is also responsible for many of the groomed snowmobile trails throughout the Cedar Mountain Complex which includes Brian Head, Cedar Breaks and Duck Creek area. For complete information, please visit their webiste.
5. Cedar City, Brian Head Tourism Board offers deals and information to the visitors of Southern Utah.
6. Snowmobile Trail Grooming Schedule State Parks & Recreation works in conjunction with Brian Head Town to groom the snowmobile trails from Cedar Breaks National Monument to the High Mountain Overlook in Brian Head. This trail covers the Cedar Mountain / East Fork Complex Snowmobile Area, including Navajo Lake, Duck Creek and Strawberry Valley. Please remember to share the trail with other outdoor recreationalist who also enjoy the groomed trail systems.
7. US Forest Service - Dixie National Forest. Brian Head is surrounded by National Forest lands and the town works closly with the Forest Service in providing recreational opportunities to the public such as ATV Trails, Mountain Bike Trails and issues special use permits for the Brian Head Ski Resort area.