Passes & Permits

Permits may be required when extra measures are needed to protect natural or cultural resources.  It is good to check ahead of time to find out what types of passes and/or permits are required for different activies before entering the forest.  

Recreation: Local Passes and Permits related to recreating on the forest.
Information about Utah State Parks passes

Forest Products: Edible material, Decorative material, Minerals, Plants, Woody material (includes Christmas tree and Firewood permit information).

Events and Commercial Permits: Filming, Group use, and Outfitter guide information.

Other: Permits for other items such as electrical easements, etc.  Please contact the appropriate Ranger District Office for information on other permits not listed.

The Ogden Ranger District on the Uinta Wasatch Cache National Forest is pleased to announce the availability of a prospectus to offer water craft rentals at Pineview Reservoir. This is a permit to allow specific water craft rentals and high-quality public service on Pineview Reservoir. Only one permit will be issued.
If you decide to submit a proposal, your prospectus proposal must be received by close of business (4:30 p.m. - mountain time) on March 29th and must be submitted to Sean Harwood, District Ranger, 507 25th Street, Suite 103, Ogden, UT 84401. A selection will be made during April 2019. 
Cover Letter for Pineview Prospectus
Pineview Prospectus to offer Watercraft Rentals 2019
Appendices A-I Pineview Watercraft Rentals
Pineview Prospectus Site Tour Information and additional questions received
Special Use Permit

A Special Use Permit grants rights or privileges of occupancy and use to the holder. Examples include reserving a public site for a wedding party, or holding a bicycle race on public lands. These permits contain specific terms and conditions that the holder must follow. Before Special Use Permits are issued, the Forest Service must determine that the proposed use complies with all management plans and laws, that there is a demonstrated need for the activity, and that the use is appropriate on national forest system lands. Special Use Permits are a temporary authority.