The Division of Administrative Rules makes resources available to state agencies that file administrative rules.
- eRules v. 2 -- agency rule-filing application
(requires state login ID and password, and authorization to file administrative rules)
- Help for eRules
- Rule Filing Time Frames or PDF version (updated 06/29/2017);
- 120-Day Calculation Table (PDF only) for Emergency Rules (updated 12/6/2017);
- Rulewriting Manual for Utah;
- Rulemaking FAQs; and
- Downloadable (Microsoft Word) versions of the eRules forms:
- Notice of Proposed Rule (used to file a new rule, amendment, repeal, or repeal and reenactment);
- Notice of Change in Proposed Rule;
- Notice of 120-Day (Emergency) Rule;
- Five-Year Notice of Review and Statement of Continuation;
- Five-Year Review Extension;
- Notice of Nonsubstantive Change;
- Notice of Effective Date; and
- Public Notice.
Remember: to actually file a rule, you must use the eRules application.
- Flow chart of rulemaking process (high level)
- Detailed Flow chart of rulemaking process
- Legislative oversight (Legislature's Administrative Rules Review Committee)
- Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act (Title 63G, Chapter 3)
- Rules of the Division of Administrative Rules (Title R15)
- Governor Herbert's Executive Order on Rulemaking (EO/013/2011)
- Other rulemaking legal resources
News and Information
- RulesNews blog and RulesNews newsletter archive;
- Office of Administrative Rules' Fiscal Year 2015 Service Plan;
- Office of Administrative Rules' Fiscal Year 2014 Customer Service Summary; and
- 2008 Statutory Recodifications (Title 63 and Title 78)
Agency Training Materials
Fiscal Analysis Tools & Guides
If you have a question about the rulemaking process or the information presented on this page, please contact the Office of Administrative Rules.