Sanpete County Treasurer

Contact Information

Property tax payment and vehicle registration office. Earl Clark, 160 N. Main, PO Box 188, Manti, UT 84642 Phone: 435-835-2101

Treasurer: Amy L. Willden, 160 N. Main, Suite 206, Manti, UT 84642

Phone: 435-835-2101   Fax: 435-835-2118  
Hours: M – TH 8am to 6pm, Fri. 12pm to 4pm- No Title Transactions after 3:45pm on Fridays.

treasurer@sanpetecountyutah.gov

Make a Quick Payment

View Property Tax Bill

View Delinquent Property Taxes
 

Tax Sale May 2019
 

Motor Vehicle Registration

Renewal Express- Renew your registration online.

On The Spot Renewal Stations- safety inspection stations that offer one-stop inspection and registration renewal services. They are authorized by the Utah Division of Motor Vehicles to renew your vehicle, and give you a decal with an updated registration.

Beck’s Auto Service- 83 S State, Ft. Green- (435) 445-3454
Bro’s Tire & Auto Repair- 266 N State, Mt. Pleasant- (435) 462-3100
Anderson Service Center- 416 E Main, Moroni- (435) 436-8252
Tom’s Automotive- 715 E Main, Moroni- (435) 436-8300
Ephraim Tire Pros Service- 455 S 50 E, Ephraim- (435) 283-6956
Gunnison Implement- 30 W 100 N, Gunnison- (435) 528-7274
Freedom Ford- 396 S Main, Gunnison- (435) 528-7244

Freqently Asked Questions

Question- Does the Sanpete Treasure Office issue Drivers Licenses?

Answer- No, Drivers Licenses are issued at the Driver License Division, 10 W 100 S Ephraim- Phone:435-283-5830

 
Question- What do I do if I am pulled over and the officer says I don’t have insurance, even though it is not revoked?

Answer- Please call Insure-rite at 800-867-4167.

 
Question- How do I get Utah Plates and Registration for an out-of-state Vehicle?

Answer- If the vehicle is currently registered, or has an out-of-state title, you will need: the current out of state registration or Title (if available), Lien Holder Information (if there is a Loan on the Vehicle), and a TC-661 Certificate of Inspection completed by law enforcement.

 
Question- Are Safety Inspections Required?

Answer – No, except on: heavy weight vehicles, a vehicle that has been in an accident, a vehicle with a salvage title, first-time street legal ATVs- or when changing owners and the ATV will remain street legal.

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