Utah State Parks is currently seeking a youth representative to serve on the Utah Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Advisory Council. Applicants must be between the ages of 12 and 18 and be active in riding all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), motorcycles, or snowmobiles. Applications will be accepted through Friday, March 18.
The 11-member council consists of individuals representing various OHV interests, including safety, off-highway motorcycles, ATVs, snowmobiles, and state and federal agencies.
The Advisory Council was formed in 1971 to provide information to Utah State Parks about critical OHV issues. Since then, the council has been instrumental in passing legislation requiring young riders to be certified through the Division’s Know Before You GO! OHV Education Program, which has trained thousands of young OHV operators in the safe and responsible operation of off-highway vehicles.
For more information or to apply, please contact Chris Haller at 801-349-0487. RIDE ON!
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