Official and Paper Editions of Utah's Administrative Rules Publications
The Division of Administrative Rules no longer sponsors paper editions of administrative rules publications. Funding for that activity was reallocated by Legislature in the FY 2003 budget. The official versions of the code are published in digital form, online. However, paper editions of the Utah State Bulletin and the Utah Administrative Code are still available from other sources.
The information below is provided as a convenience to those who may be interested in obtaining paper editions of publications. It is not an endorsement of these products.
Utah State Bulletin
A paper edition of the Utah State Bulletin (ISSN 0882-4738) is printed and distributed semi-monthly--the 1st and 15th of each month--by the Office of Legislative Printing.
Inquiries concerning subscription, billing, or changes of address for the paper edition may be addressed to:
Legislative Printing Office and Billroom
350 North State Street, Suite 10
Salt Lake City, UT 84114
Phone: (801) 538-1103 Fax: (801) 538-1728
The Division is not aware of any other paper editions of the Utah State Bulletin.
Utah Administrative Code
The Division of Administrative Rules is aware of one paper edition of the Utah Administrative Code that is available from LexisNexis. The LexisNexis edition of the Code -- Utah Administrative Code Annotated (UACA) -- including history notes and case law annotations, as well as the full text of all the permanent administrative rules of Utah. The UACA is published as a softbound, annually replaced edition. The UACA is divided into ten volumes: nine volumes of rule and annotation text, plus one volume of tables and index. Subscribers may either purchase the entire Code, or individual volumes. The UACA is supplemented mid-year.
Utah Administrative Code Annotated
The Division is not aware of any other paper editions of the full Utah Administrative Code.
Access to Historical Paper Publications
From 1987 through April 6, 2003, a copy of every issue of all rulemaking publications was provided to each of the state depository libraries. The Division of State Library manages the depository library system. Call 801-715-6757 for the location of the depository library nearest you.
If you have a question about the rulemaking process or the information presented on this page, please contact the Office of Administrative Rules.