Iron County Ordinance 2015-1

An ordinance of Iron County, Utah allowing night hunting including spotlighting with a weapon. Ordinance 2015-1

Iron County has adopted an ordinance which allows night hunting and spotlighting. Species that may be taken while spotlighting are limited to coyote, red fox, striped skunk, raccoon, and jackrabbit. Before being able to spotlight, a person must first obtain a spotlighting permit from the Iron County Sheriff’s Office. The fee for each permit is $20.00. You may apply for a free permit, only if you are under the age of 16 and your legal guardian purchases or possess a valid permit. Permits are valid for only 365 days from the date issued. You must apply and pay for this permit on this webpage below.

If you have any further questions about what is required or other provisions to the night hunting ordinance, please see Iron County Ordinance 2015-1.

Application Process

  • You MUST apply and pay for the permit using the application below
  • Once you submit the application, you will be sent to Paypal to process the payment (please make sure to complete this step, otherwise your application will be rejected)
  • Once we receive your application and permit fee payment, allow 5 business days for us to process and mail your permit