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Mantua is unique in that the town has passed legislation to allow ATV's and Golf Carts to drive on city streets. An permit must be purchased by all ATV users and rules are in place to allow this privilege to continue. 

Mantua is adjacent to United States National Forest land which has many miles of scenic roads.  Willard Peak and Rocky Dugway are open for ATV travel seasonally.

ATV stickers are available at Town Hall during our normal business hours, 9 am - 1 p.m. Monday through Friday. Mantua Town offices will be closed for State and Federal holidays.

ATV stickers are available at the County Store during their business hours. A convenience fee of $2 is added to the price of each sticker sold at the Country Store.

ATV sticker cost is $5.00 per ATV for Mantua residents and $15.00 per ATV for non residents. Stickers are valid for the calendar year in which purchased.

If you would like to purchase an ATV sticker by mail include:

  • Your Name, address, and phone number
  • A photocopy of the current state registration for each ATV
  • $5.00 per sticker for Mantua residents
  • $15.00 per sticker for non residents

Mail requests to:  Town of Mantua, 409 North Main Street, Mantua, UT 84324

Payment may be made by personal check, money order, cashier check.  


ATV Rules:

*All drivers must have a valid driver's license. (Not an OHV license)

*The maximum  speed limit is 20 MPH

*All operators and passengers of an OHV that are under 18 years of age must wear protective head gear. 

*All vehicles operated after sunset must be equipped with headlights and tail lights.

*Must be operated on the pavement of the roadway, not on the dirt shoulders.

*Must obey all the other vehicular rules and laws that apply on Mantua City Streets. No obstruction (i.e. children) may be seated in front of the driver.

*All passengers must be seated in a port of the vehicle specifically designed for passengers.

*If these rules are violated by a user of one of these vehicles, you will not be in compliance with Mantua's OHV ordinance, and subject to Utah State statutes.  An example would be operating an OHV on public street, which carries a fine of $255.

Dog Licenses are now over due.  Please come into Town Hall with proof of rabies. The late fee is $15.00 per dog.