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Summary: Utah offers special benefits for its military Service members and Veterans including Disabled Veteran Property Tax Exemptions, Utah National Guard Tuition Scholarship Program, Veterans Job Preference, State Education and Tuition Assistance, Free Admission to State Parks (Honor Pass), Vehicle Tags, as well as Fishing License privileges. Eligibility for some benefits may depend on residency, military component and Veteran disability status.

 

State Benefit Highlights and Eligibility

 

State Taxes:

State Tax Advantage: None

Military Retired Pay: Utah treats military retirement pensions as taxable income, and does not offer any additional credits for Veteran retirees other than for retirement in general.

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Retirement Credit for Taxpayers Age 65 and Over: (UC §59-10-1019) A taxpayer age 65 or over as of December 31, 2014, may be able to claim a non-refundable tax credit of up to $450. If a married couple is filing a joint return and are both age 65 or over they may claim a credit of up to $900. This credit is limited by the total of your modified adjusted gross income, nontaxable interest income, and any additions to income reported on TC-40A, Part 1. The credit will be phased-out by a percentage of the excess of your modified gross income, over a certain amount based on filing status.

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Retirement Credit for Taxpayers Under Age 65: (UC §59-10-1019) A taxpayer who meets the following requirements and receives eligible retirement income during the year may be able to claim a non-refundable tax credit of up to 6 percent of eligible retirement income or $288 if lesser:

  • The taxpayer must have been born before January 1, 1953;
  • The taxpayer must be under the age of 65 as of December 31, 2015; and
  • The taxpayer must have received eligible retirement income from one or more of the sources listed below.

Eligible retirement income is pension or annuity income paid to a retiree or the surviving Spouse of the retiree if the income was:

  • Paid from an annuity contract purchased by an employer under a plan that meets the requirements of IRC Section 404(a)(2);
  • Purchased by an employee under a plan that meets the requirements of IRC Section 408;
  • Paid by the United States, a state or political subdivision of a state, or the District of Columbia; or
  • Taxable retirement social security benefits (excluding disability or survivor benefits), but only if included in your federal adjusted gross income.

Income that does not qualify as retirement income for credit purposes includes:

  • Disbursements from deferred compensation plans, such as IRC Section 401(k) and Section 457 plans; and
  • Social security survivor benefits a Child receives on behalf of a deceased employee.

A surviving Spouse is entitled to the credit for eligible retirement income received on behalf of a deceased Spouse. However, Children and other recipients are not entitled to the credit.

Eligible retirement income must be attributable to the taxpayer claiming the credit. Retirement income attributed to a Spouse because of community property law does not qualify.

The credit will be phased-out by a percentage of the excess of your modified gross income, over a certain amount based on filing status (2.5% of the income in excess of the following amounts):

  • $25,000 if filing as single,
  • $32,000 if filing as married jointly,
  • $16,000 if filing as married separately,
  • $32,000 if filing as head of household,
  • $32,000 if filing as a qualifying Widow(er).

Income, for purposes of phase-out calculation, is the total income shown on Utah TC-40, line 6 (Federal adjusted gross income plus Utah additions to income), plus non-taxable interest as shown on your Federal form 1040 or 1040A, line 8b and not included in Utah additions to income.

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Military Disability Retired Pay: Retirees who entered the military before September 24, 1975, and members receiving disability retirements based on combat injuries or who could receive disability payments from the VA are covered by laws giving disability broad exemption from federal income tax. Most military retired pay based on service-related disabilities also is free from federal income tax, but there is no guarantee of total protection.

VA Disability Dependency and Indemnity Compensation: VA benefits are not taxable because they generally are for disabilities and are not subject to federal or state taxes.

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Military SBP/ RCSBP/ RSFPP: (UC §59-10-1019) A surviving Spouse is entitled to the credit for eligible retirement income received on behalf of a deceased Spouse. However, Children and other recipients are not entitled to the credit.

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Nonresident Active Duty Income Exemption (Code 82): (UC §59-10-103(1)(l)) Active-duty military service pay by a non-resident Service-member is not taxable on the Utah return. The amount of military active duty pay included in Federal adjusted gross income should be subtracted on TC-40A, Part 2, using Code 82. A Utah TC-40B, Non or Part-year Resident Schedule must also be completed. Military income subtraction is included in the TC-40B total column on Line 32. If a paper return is filed, attach both the TC-40A and TC-40B to the return, along with the active-duty military form W-2.

Please see Pub 57, Military Personnel Instructions for more information.

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Nonresident Military Spouse Income (Code 88): (UC §59-10-103(1)(l)) All Utah income of a non-resident Spouse married to a non-resident active duty military Service-member may be exempt from Utah income tax.

In order to qualify, the non-resident Spouse must meet the following conditions:

  • The non-resident Spouse had the same domicile as the non-resident military Service-member before moving to Utah;
  • The non-resident Spouse is in Utah to be with their military Spouse; and
  • The non-resident active duty Service-member is in Utah under military orders.

If the non-resident military Spouse qualifies for this exemption, all their income is exempt from Utah tax. (This income may still be taxable for federal purposes and may be taxed in the state of residence.) If qualified, subtract the total income included in federal adjusted gross income for the non-resident Spouse on your Utah TC-40A, Part 2, using code 88. This will then be included in the subtractions on TC-40B, column B, line 32. Include only the Utah income of the non-resident Spouse in the subtractions entered on TC-40B, column A, line 32.

See Pub 57, Military Personnel Instructions for more information.

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Combat-Related Death Credit (Code 25): (UC §59-10-1027) If a military Service member dies as a result of military service in a combat zone, the surviving Spouse may be entitled to a nonrefundable tax credit equal to the tax liability of the military Service member for the year in which the Service member dies.
Eligibility: To qualify for the credit, all of the following conditions must be met:

  • The Service member must have been on active duty or in a Reserve component of the U.S. Armed Forces,
  • The combat-related death must have occurred on or after January 1, 2010, and
  • The death must have occurred when the Service member was serving in a combat zone, or be the result of a wound, disease, or injury incurred during service in a combat zone.

*Note: If a fiduciary is filing a trust return on behalf of the deceased Service member, the credit is claimed on their TC-41, Utah Fiduciary Income Tax Return. 

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Active or Reserve Duty Armed Forces Property Tax Exemption: (UC 59-2-1104 & 1105) The total taxable value of the claimant's primary residence may be exempt from taxation if the claimant is deployed out-of-state for military duty.
Eligibility: This exemption is available to active or reserve members of the U.S. Armed Forces on active duty who reside outside the state 200 days in a calendar year, or 200 consecutive days beginning in the prior year. The claimant must be the property owner of record as of 1 January and must file on or before 1 September of the year after the year of qualifying service. Supporting documentation (military orders for service) must accompany the application. Claimant must re-apply each year he/she is eligible.

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Disabled Veteran Property Tax Abatement: (UC 59-2-1104 & 1105) The exemption is up to $253,264 of taxable value of a residence, based on the Veteran having a military service-connected disability percentage of 10 percent of more. The exemption can also be applied toward tangible personal property, such as motor vehicles.
Eligibility: This exemption is available to Veterans disabled in military service, their unmarried surviving Spouse or minor Children. An application with proof of military service and proof of disability (or death) must be on file with the county where the eligible property is located.  

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Education Benefits  

State Tuition Assistance Program (STA): STA pays up to $250 per semester hour. This amount cannot exceed 100% of the tuition cost for a course. The maximum amount paid is $4,500 per year. STA may be combined with the Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB) and Kicker (additional tuition assistance), when the student is enrolled at least 1/2 time or more, STA, the MGIB-SR and the MGIB Kicker Programs may be combined and may exceed 100 percent of tuition costs. Funding is available on a first come first served basis. Soldiers may use STA to receive one credential from each of the following levels:

  1. Secondary School (High School) Diploma or its equivalency (GED);
  2. Certificate (undergraduate, graduate, vocational, technical, licensure);
  3. Associate degree;
  4. Baccalaureate degree;
  5. Master's degree

Eligibility: All active duty resident Soldiers, AGR Soldiers under Title 10 & 32, and drilling Reserve Component Soldiers coded as "satisfactory participants" are eligible. Soldiers must not be attending school under the provisions of AR 621-1, must not be an ROTC Scholarship recipient, or participating in the Green to Gold program. Also, Soldiers must be in good standing (no flags under AR 600-8-2). Soldiers assigned to the Individual Ready Reserve or Inactive National Guard are not eligible. Click here for the more information and Statement of Understanding; click here for the application.

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State Tuition Waiver Program (Scholarship): The State Tuition Waiver Program was developed to aid Soldiers of the Utah National Guard to receive tuition assistance at all Utah State public universities and colleges. The program will cover the cost of tuition equivalent to the full time rate of (12-18 credit hours) for the academic school year; this includes both semesters for Fall and Spring. To be considered for the State Tuition Waiver you must submit an application between January 1st and May 1st prior to the year you will attend. This program pays 100% of tuition and can be used with Federal Tuition Assistance (FTA), but cannot exceed 100% of tuition. This is a limited-availability program; schools receive a specific number of allotments for State Tuition Waivers. Once they are used up, applicants must wait until the start of the next school year.
Eligibility: Utah Army National Guard Soldiers who will attend a UT State school who:

  • Have been accepted as a student at a Utah public college or university,
  • Will be attending school as a full-time student,
  • Are MOS qualified,
  • Do not have a four-year degree,
  • Who are not on active duty (including AGR/ADSW), and
  • Are considered Utah residents by the school he/she will attend

To apply, the following steps must be taken and documentation included:

  • Complete the State Tuition Waiver Application.
  • Submit a Short Essay (two pages or less, typed, double-spaced) highlighting why you should be considered for the Utah National Guard State Tuition Waiver and address future plans related to your program of study and include pertinent information, to include community service, activities, and work experience. Specifically address how the Army has impacted your life and/or goals.
  •  Submit a copy of transcripts for every high school, college, or university attended. Copies may be unofficial; however, the transcripts must have the applicant's name and the name of the school on the document.

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Purple Heart Tuition Waiver: (UC §53B-8e-103) Purple Heart recipients are eligible for a tuition waiver in all state schools in Utah. This benefit can be used toward a degree up to and including a Master's Degree.
Eligibility:
To receive this benefit the Veteran must submit proof that they are a Purple Heart recipient to the Utah State Institution they are attending.

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Veterans' Tuition Gap Coverage: (UC §53B-13b-103) This program provides funding for eligible Utah resident Veterans who have exhausted their post-9/11 education benefits, but have not yet completed the requirements for a Bachelor's degree. The grant funding can help cover tuition for the last year of undergraduate education leading up to a Bachelor's degree.
Eligibility: The applicant must:

  • Be a resident student of the State of Utah under Utah Code §53B-8-102 and Board Policy R512 or exempt from paying the nonresident portion of total tuition under Utah Code §53B-8-106; and
  • Be a Veteran using the post 9/11 Veterans Assistance Program funds; and
  • Be unconditionally admitted and currently enrolled in an eligible program leading to a bachelor's degree at an eligible institution on at least a half-time basis as defined by the institution; and
  • Be maintaining satisfactory academic progress, as defined by the institution, toward the degree in which enrolled; and
  • Has exhausted the Federal benefit under the post 9/11 Veterans Assistance Program; and
  • Has not completed a bachelor's degree; and
  • Be in the final year of his or her academic baccalaureate program.

Benefit Highlights: Funds will be awarded and packaged on an annual award year basis unless the remaining period of enrollment until completion of the academic program is less than one award year. Funds will be paid each semester or quarter at a time, consistent upon the student maintaining satisfactory progress as defined by the institution. Funds disbursed on behalf of a student will not exceed total tuition and fees. The student must use tuition gap funds for the sole purpose of paying tuition and fees.

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Scott B Lundell Military Survivors Tuition Waiver: (UC §53B-8-107) This legislation waives the undergraduate tuition at state institutions of higher education for surviving military dependents. The waiver in this section does not apply to fees, books, or housing expenses. The Utah Department of Veterans Affairs is the administering agency for this benefit. Call 1-800-894-9497 or (801) 326-2372 for information on how to use this benefit.
Eligibility: Surviving dependents of Utah resident military members killed in the line of duty on or after September 11, 2001.

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Veterans Upward Bound (VUB): Veterans Upward Bound assists Veterans achieve their educational goals. They help Veterans prepare for and succeed in post-secondary education, FREE of charge. VUB serves Veterans attending or planning to attend colleges, universities, technical schools, certificate programs, and more.

Veterans Upward Bound (VUB) provides:

  • Academic Assessment
  • Academic instruction in math, English, and computer literacy
  • Counseling and advisement
  • College and life skills development workshops
  • Information and assistance with financial aid and admissions applications
  • Referrals to additional college and community services
  • Dedicated computer lab and lounge/study areas

 
Eligibility:
Veterans must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • Must have served at least 181 days active duty
  • OR Was a member of a reserve component of the Armed Forces called to active duty for a period of more than 30 days (at least 31 days) on or after September 11, 2001
  • OR Was called to active duty for less than 30 days to serve in support of a contingency operation on or after September 11, 2001
  • AND Be one of the following:
    • Potential first-generation college graduate (neither parent graduated from college.)
    • low income

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In-state Tuition: (UC §53B-8-102) Any institution within the Utah System of Higher Education shall grant resident student status for tuition purposes to:

  • a military Service member or their immediate Family member
  • a military Veteran, regardless of whether the military Veteran served in Utah or their immediate Family member

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Honorary High School Diplomas: (UC §53A-3-427) Veterans from WWII, Korea, and Vietnam who left high school for military service during those conflicts may be eligible to receive Honorary High School Diplomas from the particular school that they left. Contact the local school district for information on how to receive the diploma.

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Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children: It is the purpose of this compact to remove barriers to educational success imposed on Children of military Families because of frequent moves and deployment of their parents by:

  • Facilitating the timely enrollment of Children of military Families and ensuring that they are not placed at a disadvantage due to difficulty in the transfer of educational records from the previous school district or variations in entrance or age requirements.
  • Facilitating the student placement process through which Children of military Families are not disadvantaged by variations in attendance requirements, scheduling, sequencing, grading, course content or assessment.
  • Facilitating the qualification and eligibility for enrollment, educational programs, and participation in extracurricular academic, athletic and social activities.
  • Facilitating the on-time graduation of Children of military Families.
  • Providing for the promulgation and enforcement of administrative rules implementing the provisions of this compact.
  • Providing for the uniform collection and sharing of information between and among member states, schools and military Families under this compact.
  • Promoting coordination between this compact and other compacts affecting military Children.
  • Promoting flexibility and cooperation between the educational system, parents and the student in order to achieve educational success for the student.

Primary Points of Contact:
Brad C. Smith, MIC3 Commissioner
State Superintendent of Public Instruction / Utah State Office of Education
Address: 250 East 500 South, PO Box 144200, Salt Lake City, UT 84114
Email: brad.smith@schools.utah.gov
Phone: 801-538-7510

Leslee Snelson, Utah State Office of Education
Address: 250 East 500 South, PO Box 144200, Salt Lake City, UT, 84114
Email: leslee.snelson@schools.utah.gov 
Phone: 801-538-7510

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Employment Benefits:  

Veterans' Preference (State):  As a Veteran of the armed services, you may be entitled to preference when seeking initial employment with Utah state government (Utah Code 71-10-1). Preference will be awarded as follows (Utah Code 71-10-2):

  • Five points or five percent of the total possible score (whichever is greater), if the preference eligible applicant is a Veteran;
  • Ten points or ten percent of the total possible score (whichever is greater), if the preference eligible applicant is a Veteran with a disability or a Purple Heart recipient; or
  • In the case of a preference eligible Spouse, Widow, or Widower, the same percentage the qualifying Veteran is, or would have been, entitled to.

Eligibility:

  • Any individual who has served on active duty in the armed forces for more than 180 consecutive days, except active duty for training purposes such as initial basic and advanced individual training or active duty to attend a military course, and who was separated under honorable conditions.
  • A member or former member of a reserve component who served in a campaign or expedition for which a campaign medal has been authorized and who was separated from active service under honorable conditions.
  • A Veteran with a disability, regardless of the percentage of disability.
  • The Spouse or unmarried Widow or Widower of a Veteran.
  • A Purple Heart recipient.
  • A retired member of the armed forces.

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Veterans Hiring Preferences (Federal): By Federal law, Veterans who are disabled or who served on active duty in the United States Armed Forces during certain specified time periods or in military campaigns are entitled to preference over non-Veterans both in hiring into the Federal civil service and in retention during reduction in force. Veterans may be entitled to 5 or 10 points included in any scoring process for examination or interviews.

5-point Hiring Preference: Five points are added to the examination score or rating of a Veteran who served:

  • During a war; or
  • During the period April 28, 1952 through July 1, 1955; or
  • For more than 180 consecutive days, other than for training, any part of which occurred after January 31, 1955, and before October 15, 1976; or
  • During the Gulf War from August 2, 1990, through January 2, 1992; or
  • For more than 180 consecutive days, other than for training, any part of which occurred during the period beginning September 11, 2001, and ending on August 31, 2010, the last day of Operation Iraqi Freedom; or
  • In a campaign or expedition for which a campaign medal has been authorized. Any Armed Forces Expeditionary medal or campaign badge, including El Salvador, Lebanon, Grenada, Panama, Southwest Asia, Somalia, and Haiti, qualifies for preference.

10-point Compensable Disability (CP) Preference: Ten points are added to the examination score or rating of:

  • Veteran who served at any time and who has a compensable service-connected disability rating of at least 10 percent but less than 30 percent.

10-Point 30 Percent Compensable Disability Preference (CPS): Ten points are added to the passing examination score or rating of a Veteran who served at any time and who has a compensable service-connected disability rating of 30 percent or more.

10-Point Disability Preference (XP): Ten points are added to the passing examination score or rating of:

  • A Veteran who served at any time and has a present service-connected disability or is receiving compensation, disability retirement benefits, or pension from the military or the Department of Veterans Affairs but does not qualify as a CP or CPS; or
  • A Veteran who received a Purple Heart.

10-Point Derived Preference (XP): Ten points are added to the passing examination score or rating of Spouses, Widows, Widowers, or Mothers of Veterans as described below. This type of preference is usually referred to as "derived preference" because it is based on service of a Veteran who is not able to use the preference. Both a Mother and a Spouse (including Widow or Widower) may be entitled to preference on the basis of the same Veteran's service if they both meet the requirements. However, neither may receive preference if the Veteran is living and is qualified for Federal employment.

Ten points are added to the passing examination score or rating of the Spouse of a disabled Veteran who is disqualified for a Federal position along the general lines of his or her usual occupation because of a service-connected disability. Such a disqualification may be presumed when the Veteran is unemployed and

  • Is rated by appropriate military or Department of Veterans Affairs authorities to be 100 percent disabled and/or unemployable; or
  • Has retired, been separated, or resigned from a civil service position on the basis of a disability that is service-connected in origin; or
  • Has attempted to obtain a civil service position or other position along the lines of his or her usual occupation and has failed to qualify because of a service-connected disability.

Preference may be allowed in other circumstances but anything less than the above warrants a more careful analysis.

A campaign medal holder or Gulf War Veteran who originally enlisted after September 7, 1980, (or began active duty on or after October 14, 1982, and has not previously completed 24 months of continuous active duty) must have served continuously for 24 months or the full period called or ordered to active duty. The 24-month service requirement does not apply to 10-point preference eligible Veterans separated for disability incurred or aggravated in the line of duty, or to Veterans separated for hardship or other reasons under 10 U.S.C. 1171 or 1173.

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Veterans Reemployment Rights: Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) prohibits employment discrimination against a person on the basis of past military service, current military obligations, or intent to serve. An employer must not deny initial employment, reemployment, retention in employment, promotion, or any benefit of employment to a person on the basis of a past, present, or future service obligation. In addition, an employer must not retaliate against a person because of an action taken to enforce or exercise any USERRA right or for assisting in an USERRA investigation.

The pre-service employer must reemploy Service members returning from a period of service in the uniformed services if those Service members meet five criteria:

  • The person must have been absent from a civilian job on account of service in the uniformed services;
  • The person must have given advance notice to the employer that he or she was leaving the job for service in the uniformed services, unless such notice was precluded by military necessity or otherwise impossible or unreasonable;
  • The cumulative period of military service with that employer must not have exceeded five years;
  • The person must not have been released from service under dishonorable or other punitive conditions; and
  • The person must have reported back to the civilian job in a timely manner or have submitted a timely application for reemployment, unless timely reporting back or application was impossible or unreasonable.

USERRA establishes a five-year cumulative total of military service with a single employer, with certain exceptions allowed for situations such as call-ups during emergencies, reserve drills, and annually scheduled active duty for training. USERRA also allows an employee to complete an initial period of active duty that exceeds five years. Employers are required to provide to persons entitled to the rights and benefits under USERRA a notice of the rights, benefits, and obligations of such persons and such employers under USERRA.

In addition Individuals performing military duty of more than 30 days may elect to continue employer sponsored health care for up to 24 months; however, they may be required to pay up to 102 percent of the full premium. For military service of less than 31 days, health care coverage is provided as if the Service member had remained employed. USERRA pension protections apply to defined benefit plans and defined contribution plans as well as plans provided under federal or state laws governing pension benefits for government employees. For purposes of pension plan participation, vesting, and accrual of benefits, USERRA treats military service as continuous service with the employer.

The U.S. Department of Labor, Veterans Employment and Training Service (VETS) is authorized to investigate and resolve complaints of USERRA violations. For assistance in filing a complaint, or for any other information on USERRA, contact VETS at 1-866-4-USA-DOL or visit The U.S. Department of Labor Veterans' Employment and Training Service website. An interactive online USERRA Advisor is also available and can be viewed here.
Eligibility: Veterans and members of the active and Reserve components of the U.S. armed forces.

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Utah Voluntary Veteran's Preference Employment Policy: (UC §34-50-103) Private-sector employers may create and maintain a Veteran's employment preference policy. The Veterans' Employment preference policy shall be:

  • In writing,
  • Applied uniformly to employment decisions regarding hiring, promotion, or retention during a reduction-in-force, and
  • Publicly posted by the employer at the place of employment or on the Internet if the employer has a website or utilizes the Internet to advertise employment opportunities.

Eligibility: An employer may require a Veteran applicant to submit proof-of-service (i.e., DD214) to be eligible for the preference.

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Veteran Employment Opportunity Program (VEOP): The Veterans' Employment Opportunity Amendments (HB327) became law effective May 13, 2014. This law found in Utah Code 67-19-15(2)(b)(ii) allows for Veterans of the U.S. armed forces to be hired into designated career-service positions with a 6-month on-the-job examination period in lieu of a competitive hiring process. Veteran must upload their DD214 to the Job Seeker website, and indicate that they would like to be considered for hire under this program. Hiring officials may choose to interview and hire a qualified Veteran who has opted into this program separately from other candidates.
Eligibility:

  • Any individual who has served on active duty in the armed forces for more than 180 consecutive days, except active duty for training purposes such as initial basic and advanced individual training or active duty to attend a military course, and who was separated under honorable conditions.
  • A member or former member of a reserve component who served in a campaign or expedition for which a campaign medal has been authorized and who was separated from active service under honorable conditions.
  • A Veteran with a disability, regardless of the percentage of disability.
  • The Spouse or unmarried Widow or Widower of a Veteran.
  • A Purple Heart recipient.
  • A retired member of the armed forces.

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Military Leave: (UC §39-3-2) Utah State employees who are members of the organized reserve of the United States armed forces, including the National Guard of this state, shall be allowed full pay for 15 days of military leave per year for annual military encampment or rifle competition or other duties in connection with the reserve training and instruction requirements of the armed forces of the United States, including the National Guard of this state. Military leave is in addition to and distinguished from annual accrued vacation leave with pay.

Utah County and Municipal employees who are members of the organized reserve of the United States armed forces, including the National Guard of this state, may be allowed up to full pay for all time not in excess of 15 days per year spent on duty at annual encampment or rifle competition or other duties in connection with the reserve training and instruction requirements of the armed forces of the United States, including the National Guard of this state. This leave is at the discretion of the employing county or municipality and, if granted, shall be in addition to annual vacation leave with pay.
Eligibility: Service members of the organized Reserve/ National Guard.

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Department of Workforce Services Veteran Employment Services: The Department of Workforce Services provides a web page with links to assist Veterans that are trying to find a job in Utah. They offer links for the following:

In addition they provide services to assist in searching for employment:

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Unemployment Compensation:  

Unemployment Compensation: The Utah Department of Workforce Services (DWS) is the State agency that administers Unemployment Insurance. Unemployment insurance is a temporary assistance for people who are unemployed through no fault of their own while they are seeking other work. It is a partial, short-term replacement of lost wages and is not intended to be a permanent source of income.  Benefits are not based on financial need. Benefits are paid only to eligible claimants who meet specific conditions. The goal of unemployment insurance is to help you become re-employed as soon as possible.

Employers pay all costs of the unemployment insurance program. The amount of benefits you may be eligible to receive is determined by the amount of work you performed and wages you earned during the 18 months prior to filing the claim. For a complete list of eligibility requirements, refer to the Claimant Guide at http://jobs.utah.gov/ui/jobseeker/claimguide.html or contact the Claims Center for help in your preferred language.

 

The first step to receive benefits is to file an initial claim. The easiest way to do this is online or you may call the Claims Center to speak with a claims taker.

Claims centers can be reached at the following numbers:

  • Salt Lake and South Davis Counties (801) 526-4400
  • Weber and North Davis Counties (801) 612-0877
  • Utah County (801) 375-4067
  • Remainder of State and Out of State 1-888-848-0688

You can file a new claim here. To file a claim you will need to know your Social Security number, Driver's License or state-issued identification number, and the names and dates of all the places you worked during the past 18 months. The claim becomes effective the week in which the initial application is completed, so it is important for you to open your claim during the first week you are out of work.

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Division of Motor Vehicles Benefits:  

Purple Heart Fee Exemption: (UC §41-1a-1211) A recipient of a Purple Heart is exempt from paying fees related to motor vehicle license and registration. This does not exempt one from the property taxes or age-based fees which are still applicable.
Eligibility:
Purple Heart recipient with proof of award submitted to the Department of Motor Vehicles.

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Driver's License Renewal: (UC §53-2-205) Military personnel whose Utah driver license expires while they are stationed outside of Utah and immediate Family members or dependents who reside with them while stationed outside the state may continue to use that license until up to 90 days after the person's orders have been terminated or the person has been discharged, unless:

  • The license is suspended, disqualified, denied, or has been cancelled or revoked by the division; or
  • The licensee updates the information or photograph on the license certificate.

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Veteran Indicator On Utah Driver License And Utah Id Cards: (UC §53-3-804) Veterans age 21 or older, can now have the word "VETERAN" printed on their state issued driver licenses or state ID cards. In order to have this accomplished, go to any state Driver License or ID office and indicate on the application for these cards that you are a Veteran. You must have served on active duty and have an Honorable Discharge. Veterans must provide a DD-214 or a Report of Separation to have their status verified. All renewal fees are still applicable.

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CDL Driving Skills Test Waiver: (UC §53-3-407) Beginning July 1, 2012 the Utah Driver License Division may waive the driving skills tests for military Veterans applying for a CDL who meet the licensing qualifications, been honorably discharged in the previous 90 days and have operated a CMV during the immediate 2 year period preceding discharge.
Eligibility:
The applicant must complete all of the following requirements to be eligible to have the CDL skills tests waived: (application)

  • The applicant must complete the CDL-ST WVR page 1, and the last commanding officer must complete the CDL-ST WVR page 2;
  • Provide a DD214 or discharge papers showing evidence of honorable discharge within the previous 90 days;
  • Provide a copy of a DA348, AF2293 or other equivalent document verifying certification for operating a commercial motor vehicle; and
  • Pass all required knowledge testing.

The transfer of School Bus (S) and/or Passenger (P) endorsements under this waiver program are prohibited. If the applicant did not operate a vehicle with air brakes or a manual transmission an air brake restriction and automatic transmission will be added to the Utah CDL. In order to remove these restrictions the driver will need to complete the road test in a representative vehicle.

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Veteran-Army License Plate: Utah Veteran's license plates may be purchased from any DMV for an initial $25.00 contribution to the Utah State Department of Veterans Affairs plus a $16.00 special plate fee, $10 annual contribution fee, and $4 postage/handling fee in addition to normal vehicle registration and property tax fees. This plate may be personalized with up to 5 alphanumeric characters by submitting TC-817, Application for Personalized and Replacement License Plates with the required personalization fee.

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Purple Heart / Combat Wounded Plate: These Veterans are exempt of application and renewal fees. However, regular registration and property tax fees still must be paid. A membership card in the Military Order of the Purple Heart Association or military discharge form DD-214 issued by the National Personnel Records Center is required to obtain this plate. $4 postage/handling fee applies. This plate may be personalized with up to 5 alphanumeric characters by submitting TC-817, Application for Personalized and Replacement License Plates with the required personalization fee.

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Former Prisoner of War: This plate recognizes Utah resident military Veterans held as a prisoner of war. This plate may be transferred to the surviving Spouse of a former prisoner of war so long as the surviving Spouse remains unmarried. This plate has a one-time $16 special plate fee and a $4 postage/handling fee. There is no annual fee. This plate may be personalized with up to 5 alphanumeric characters by submitting TC-817, Application for Personalized and Replacement License Plates with the required personalization fee.

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Gold Star Plate: This plate honors the Family of a member of the military who is killed while serving in the United States armed forces. This plate has a one-time $16 special plate fee when this plate is issued (this includes special group, plate, registration and decal fees), and a $4 postage/handling fee. There is no Annual Contribution with this plate. This fee is in addition to all other fees due at the time the plate is issued. Fees pertaining to the renewal of a vehicle registration apply and must be paid. This plate may be personalized with up to 5 alphanumeric characters by submitting TC-817, Application for Personalized and Replacement License Plates with the required personalization fee. This is a centrally-distributed license plate. It may be ordered from any DMV office, and will be mailed from the Utah State Tax Commission.
Eligibility:
This plate is only available to recipients of a Gold Star award as evidenced by military documentation.

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National Guard Plate: Vehicle owners pay a one-time special plate fee of $16 and a $4 postage/handling fee when this plate is issued. There is no annual fee for this plate. This plate is available only to current members of the Utah National Guard as evidenced by Military photo ID verifying current membership. Owners may not use this plate following separation from the Utah National Guard. Owners must register vehicles with new plates upon separation from the Guard. The qualified applicant must be listed on the registration. This plate may be personalized with up to 5 alphanumeric characters by submitting TC-817, Application for Personalized and Replacement License Plates with the required personalization fee.

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Disabled Veteran Plate: Available for Veterans with a service-connected disability. This plate does not provide handicapped parking space privileges. This plate has a one-time $16 special plate fee and a $4 postage/handling fee. There is no annual fee. A letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs or other United States military entity certifying the disabled status of the Veteran is required to obtain this plate. This plate may be personalized with up to 5 alphanumeric characters by submitting TC-817, Application for Personalized and Replacement License Plates with the required personalization fee. If a disabled windshield placard is desired, Form TC-842 is required and must be signed by a licensed physician or nurse practitioner.

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Pearl Harbor Survivor Plate: This plate recognizes those on duty and surviving the attack at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on December 7, 1941. There is a one-time $16 special plate fee and a $4 postage/handling fee required to obtain this plate. A membership card issued by the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association is required to obtain this plate. This plate may be personalized with up to 5 alphanumeric characters by submitting TC-817, Application for Personalized and Replacement License Plates, with the required personalization fee.

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Health and Insurance Benefits:  

Health Insurance: TRICARE Reserve Select is a premium-based plan, available worldwide for Selected Reserve, (Reserve and National Guard) and their Families who meet the following qualifications:

  • Not on active duty orders
  • Not covered under the Transitional Assistance Management Program
  • Not eligible for or enrolled in the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) program or currently covered under FEHB, either under their own eligibility or through a Family member.

The plan provides comprehensive health care coverage when you're not activated and covered by active duty TRICARE benefits.

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Group Insurance: National Guard Association of Utah offers $1,000 no cost life insurance coverage on Soldiers. Term group life insurance of up to $260,000 (through a combination of SSLI plans) for member; up to $155,000 for Spouse and up to $35,000 for Children. Protection continues until age 70. Click here for current rates.
Eligibility:
Army National Guard Service member.

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Veterans Affairs Life Insurance: The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides valuable life insurance benefits to Veterans, Active and Reserve Component Service members and their Families to provide financial security given the extraordinary risks involved in military Service. The State of Massachusetts will pay one half of National Guard Service member's monthly SGLI premiums. The VA provides the following life insurance benefit programs:

  • Service Member's Group Life Insurance (SGLI)
  • Veterans Group Life Insurance (VGLI)
  • Family Members Group Life Insurance (FSGLI)
  • Service Members Group Life Insurance Traumatic Injury Projection (TSGLI)
  • Service-Disabled Veterans Life Insurance (S-DVI)
  • Veterans Mortgage Life Insurance (VMLI)

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State Active Duty Death Benefits:  Utah House Bill 98 provides a death Gratuity of $100,000 for the next of kin of a National Guard member who dies while on state active duty. (UC §39-1-59) (UC §39-1-59.5)
Eligibility:
National Guard Service member's death occurs in the line of duty while serving on state active Duty.

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Benefits When Called to State Active Duty: When called into the service of the state and not in the service of the United States, the members of the National Guard shall receive the same pay and allowance as members of the regular army or regular air force of like rank and length of service and elect to receive medical, dental, disability, or death benefits equal to those received by full-time, permanent state employees; or maintain any medical, dental, disability, or death benefits already in place. (UC §39-1-51)
Eligibility: National Guard Service members on state active duty

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Parks and Recreation Benefits:  

Fishing Privileges: (UC §23-19-38.3) Any disabled Veteran may apply for any of the special fishing licensing accommodations that may apply to their specific disability.
Eligibility:

  • Free fishing license for physical disability: blind, paraplegic, permanently confined to wheelchair, loss of lower extremities, permanently confined to crutches. Download application
  • Discounted ($12) fishing license for Veterans with disabilities: service-connected disability of 20 percent or more. Download application
  • Fishing license for intellectually disabled: free license for Utah residents with significant intellectual disabilities. Download application
  • Duplicate fishing license for the disabled: lost, damaged, change of address, etc. Download application

Hunting Privileges: Any disabled Veteran may apply for any of the special hunting licensing accommodations that may apply to their specific disability:

  • Taking protected wildlife from a vehicle: Mobility impairment such as confined to wheelchair, crutches or lower limb amputation. Download application
  • Crossbow or drawlock: permanent, physical impairment which renders the person so severely disabled as to be unable to use conventional archery equipment. Download application
  • Companion hunter: Upper extremity disabled, permanent physical impairment which renders the person so severely disabled as to be physically unable to use a legal hunting weapon or fishing device. Download application
  • General season extension: Blind, quadriplegic, upper extremity disabled, paraplegic, or otherwise permanently disabled so as to be permanently confined to a wheelchair or the use of crutches, or who has lost either or both lower extremities. Download application
  • Limited entry season extension: Blind, quadriplegic, upper extremity disabled, paraplegic, or otherwise permanently disabled so as to be permanently confined to a wheelchair or the use of crutches, or who has lost either or both lower extremities. Download application
  • Telescopic sight: A person who has a permanent vision impairment leaving them with worse than 20/40 corrected visual acuity in the better eye Download application  

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Utah Parks and Recreation "Honor Pass": Effective July 1, 2016 the Utah Parks and Recreation Division will offer a free "Honor Pass" to qualified Veterans. The Honor Pass is valid for day use admittance only to all state parks for the qualified Veteran and up to 7 guests in the same private vehicle. These passes are good until the end of the calendar year. At that time, qualified Veterans will need to bring their updated documentation to once again receive a pass. Honor Passes are only valid when in possession of the qualified Veteran to whom they were issued and are nontransferable.
Eligibility: Veterans who are Utah residents and who were honorably discharged, and have a service related disability rating of 50% or greater.  Veterans meeting this requirement will need to provide a current Summary of Benefits letter issued by the Department of Veteran Affairs in order to obtain the Honor Pass at select locations across Utah.

Pickup locations include Utah State Parks Region Offices, the main office in Salt Lake City, and all of the state parks - excluding Piute, Gunlock, and This is the Place State Parks, as well as Flight Park and Jordan River OHV State Recreation Areas.

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America The Beautiful - The National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass: The Access Pass, is a free lifetime entrance pass that provides access to more than 2,000 recreation sites managed by five Federal agencies throughout the United States.

The Access Pass admits free of charge the pass owner and passengers in a non-commercial vehicle at per-vehicle fee areas and the pass holder plus 3 adults, not to exceed 4 adults, where per-person fees are charged (Children under 16 are always admitted free.).

At many sites the Access Pass provides the pass owner a discount on Expanded Amenity Fees (such as camping, swimming, boat launching, and guided tours).
Eligibility: It is available to citizens or permanent residents of the United States who are medically determined to be permanently disabled that severely limits one or more major life activities.

A permanent disability is a permanent physical, mental, or sensory impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, such as caring for oneself, performing manual tasks, walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, breathing, learning, and working. Veterans may obtain a pass by showing proof of a medically determined permanent disability or eligibility for receiving benefits under federal law. A letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs stating the Veteran's disability rating will suffice.

You can obtain an Access Pass in person, with proper documentation, from a participating Federal recreation site or office. See Site Locations that issue the Access Pass. Access Passes may also be obtained via mail order from USGS. Mail-order applicants for the Access Pass must submit a completed application, proof of residency and documentation of permanent disability, and pay the document processing fee of $10 to obtain a pass through the mail.

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Annual Pass for US Military and Their Dependents: Free admission for one full year from the month obtained (through last day of that month). The Annual pass covers entrance to Fish and Wildlife Service and National Park Service sites that charge Entrance Fees, and Standard Amenity Fees at Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and Bureau of Reclamation sites.

Admits the pass owners and any accompanying passengers in a private non-commercial vehicle at per-vehicle fee areas, or the pass owner and up to additional 3 adults at sites where per person fees are charged, Children 15 and under are always free.

The pass does not cover or provide a discount on expanded amenity fees such as camping, boat launch or interpretive fees.
Eligibility:
Current US military members and the dependents in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard, as well as most members of the US Reserves and National Guard. Proper military ID is required (CAC Card or DoD Form 1173). Dependents of deployed military members with DoD Form 1173 may also obtain a pass. You can receive your pass by presenting your US military ID at most Federal lands that charge an entrance fee. Federal Recreation Areas Where Passes are Issued 

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Miscellaneous Benefits:  

Extension of Professional Licenses for Members of the National Guard and Army Reserve: Any license held by a member of the National Guard or reserve component of the armed forces that expires while the member is on active duty shall be extended until 90 days after the member is discharged from active duty status.
Eligibility: Any member of the National Guard or Armed Forces Reserve that is on Active Duty.

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Bus / TRAX Reduced Fare Cards: the Utah Transit Authority (UTA) offers Reduced Fare Cards for riding UTA buses and TRAX light rail system to certain disabled persons.
Eligibility:
Veterans and others meeting one of the following criteria:

  • Veterans and others with transportation disabilities that cause either difficulty boarding or getting off a bus/light rail system, or
    • Have difficulty standing in a moving bus/light rail system,
    • Difficulty reading bus/light rail system schedules & understanding information signs,
    • Difficulty hearing announcements by bus/light rail system or announcements by bus/light rail systems operators.
  • Valid issued Medicare card holders also get the UTA Reduced Fare Cards.
  • Elderly persons age 65 and over qualify for Senior Passes at the same price as Reduced Fare Cards.

To be eligible for the Reduced Fare, you must provide one of the following documents along with a completed application form:

  • Proof of Age (65 or older) and Photo ID (may be same item) e.g., a state driver's license, pictured VA Card, or passport.
  • Medicare Card and Photo ID
  • Healthcare Provider Statement Form from one of the following approved providers:
    • Physician
    • Optometrist
    • Audiologist
    • Psychologist
    • Psychiatrist
    • Physician's Assistant (PA)
    • Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN)
  • Nurse Practitioner (NP)
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

The form must have been personally signed and dated by the healthcare provider within the last 45 days. (Note: no photocopies or electronic submissions will be accepted.)

The UTA Reduced Fare Card Application below provides specific examples of disabilities which qualify for the Reduced Fare Card. To obtain UTA Reduced Fare Cards do the following:

  • CompleteUTA Reduced Fare Card Application formand take it to any of the following locations with all proof of qualification:
    • Lost & Found (511 West 200 South, Salt Lake City)
    • Meadowbrook (3600 South 700 West, Salt Lake City)
    • Timpanogos Transit Center (1145 South 750 East, Orem)
    • Ogden Transit Center (2393 Wall Ave, Ogden)
  • Pay $2.00 for UTA photo identification to incorporate on UTA Reduced Fare Card.

Visit http://www.rideuta.com/ for updated fare information.

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Homeless Veterans Fellowship: The Homeless Veterans Fellowship is a non-profit organization that offers a comprehensive set of services designed to address homelessness among Veterans. Located in Ogden, Utah, their services have provided for Veterans all over Utah and the intermountain area since HVF was founded in 1989.

The Homeless Veterans Fellowship's mission is to provide a stabilized living environment, counseling services, and additional programs that will enable homeless Veterans to return to self-sufficiency.

Contact the Homeless Veterans Fellowship at:
541 23rd Street, PO Box 1706
Ogden, UT 84401-1706
Phone: (801) 392-7662
Fax: (801) 392-5796

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Utah State Veterans Nursing Home: Quality nursing and health care services are provided for Utah Veterans with U.S. military service during peacetime or wartime. While wartime service is not a requirement for admission to the nursing home, wartime Veterans with one day or more of wartime service, as recognized by state and federal laws, have top priority. A Veteran's Spouse or surviving Spouse may also qualify for admittance to the Utah State Veterans Nursing Home, providing the marriage to the Veteran occurred at least one year before the application.
Eligibility:
Veterans and Spouses (or surviving Spouses) who are residents of Utah and in need of assisted living or nursing home care may be admitted to the homes.

For the purposes of admission, a Veteran is defined using the following criteria:

  • An individual who has served on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces for more than 180 consecutive days, OR
  • A member of a reserve component who served in a campaign or expedition for which a campaign medal has been authorized, OR
  • Any person incurring a service-related injury or disability whether or not that person completed 180 days of active duty, AND
  • Separated or retired under honorable conditions.

Currently there are four State Veterans Nursing Homes:

  • William E. Christoffersen Veterans Home, 700 Foothill Dr., Salt Lake City, UT 84113: An 81-bed skilled nursing facility. A professionally-staffed rehabilitation department provides physical, occupational, and speech therapy to improve and restore maximum function and strength. Phone: (801) 584-1900 / Fax: (801) 584-1960.
  • George E. Wahlen Ogden Veterans Home, 1102 N 1200 W, Ogden, UT 84404: A 120-bed skilled nursing care home, including hospice, rehabilitative therapies, and memory care. The Eden Alternative's principle-based philosophy empowers care partners to transform institutional approaches to care into the creation of a community where life is worth living. The main focus is to eliminate loneliness, helplessness and boredom. Phone: (801) 334-4315 or 4300 / Fax: (801) 334-4309. Application 
  • Central Utah Veterans Home, 1551 N Main St., Payson, UT 84651: A 108-bed facility divided into nine communities. Each community offers a kitchen, dining room, living room, and 12 fully furnished private rooms with private bathrooms/showers. For Veterans with a 70% or higher disability rating, 100% of the cost is covered. Services include rehabilitative care, memory care, and hospice care. Phone: (801) 465-5400 / Fax (801) 465-4872.
  • Southern Utah Veterans Home, 160 N 200 E St., Ivins, UT 84738: The home is a new facility with 108 beds separated into nine communities. Each community offers a kitchen, dining room, living room, and 12 private rooms with private bathrooms/showers. For Veterans with a 70% or higher disability rating, 100% of the cost is covered. Services include rehabilitative care, memory care, and hospice care. Phone: (435)634-5220/ Fax (435) 673-5839.

Contact the Utah Department of Veterans Affairs for more information at either (801) 326-2372 or 1-800-894-9497.

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Utah State Veterans Cemetery and Memorial Park: The Utah Veterans Memorial Cemetery and Memorial Park is a state-operated cemetery which was dedicated on Memorial Day 1990 and is located just north of Camp Williams in Bluffdale, Utah. It offers a beautiful panoramic view of the Wasatch Mountains and pays tribute as an honored burial ground to Veterans, their Spouses and dependent Children. It also provides an appropriate venue for memorial services, funerals, meditation and other Veteran memorial related events.

The modern 150-seat chapel is the center-piece of the 30 acre memorial cemetery. The administrative building houses military artifacts and other patriotic materials. A Freedom Shrine contains copies of the Constitution, Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights and other significant historical documents that relate to the founding of our great nation.

The cemetery has added two new options in addition to the previously offered in-ground urn burials. Veterans and Families that prefer cremation now have the opportunity to use the newly built granite columbarium for niche interments or the beautifully landscaped Memorial Garden to scatter the cremation ashes of their loved one in a private setting.
Eligibility: Residents of Utah who have died either during service in the U.S. Armed Forces or afterwards (having been discharged under honorable conditions) are eligible for burial in the cemetery. Reservist and National Guard retired personnel with 20 years of service are eligible for burial also. A Veteran receives complete, professional burial services at no cost to the Veteran's Family upon presentation of discharge paperwork (casualty report, DD214, or other official documentation). Surviving Spouses and dependent Children also are eligible to be buried in the Utah State Veterans Cemetery & Memorial Park for a fee of $745. This fee covers the plot, headstone, and opening/closing of the gravesite.

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Burial Benefits: As part of the commitment to caring for Veterans and their Families, the Veterans Administration provides benefits to care in a dignified manner for the remains of eligible Veterans. These benefits can include:

  • National / State Veterans Cemetery Burials
  • Headstones, Monuments, and Medallions
  • Presidential Memorial Certificates
  • Burial Flags
  • Burial Reimbursements / Allowances
  • Military Funeral Honors

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Veterans Administration (VA) Medical Facilities in Utah: 

Veterans Health Administration
VA Health Care Center
Salt Lake City: VA Salt Lake City Health Care System, George E. Wahlen Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 500 Foothill Dr, 801-582-1565

Outpatient Clinic
Moab: Moab VA Telehealth Clinic, 702 South Main St, 435-719-4144

Community Based Outpatient Clinics
Orem: Orem CBOC, 1443 West 800 North, Suite #302, 801-235-0953
Price: Price CBOC, 189 South 600 West, Suite B, 435-613-0342
Roosevelt: Roosevelt CBOC, 245 West 200 North, 435-725-1050 / Fax: 435-725-1057
South Ogden: Ogden CBOC, 982 Chambers St, 801-479-4105 / Fax: 801-584-2590
St. George: St. George CBOC, 230 North 1680 East, Bldg N, 435-634-7608
West Valley City: Western Salt Lake CBOC, 2750 South 5600 West, 801-417-5734

Vet Center - 877-927-8387
Murray: Salt Lake Vet Center, 22 West Fireclay Ave, 801-266-1499 / Fax: 801-266-2577
Provo: Provo Vet Center, 1807 North 1120 West, 801-377-1117 / Fax: 801-377-0227
St. George: St. George Vet Center, 1664 South Dixie Dr, Suite C-102, 435-673-4494

Veterans Benefits Administration
Regional Office
Salt Lake City: Salt Lake City Regional Office, 550 Foothill Dr, 800-827-1000

Intake Site
Hill Air Force Base: Hill Air Force Base, Airman Family Readiness Center, 5837 D Ave, Bldg 150

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Utah Department of Veterans and Military Affairs
550 Foothill Drive, Suite 105Salt Lake City, UT 84113
Phone: 801-326-2372
Toll-free: 800-894-9497
Fax: 801-326-2369
E-mail: veterans@utah.gov 

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Military Installations in Utah

Please see the Utah Resource Locator for additional information

Active Duty 

Army

Dugway Proving Grounds

Tooele Army Depot

Air Force

Hill Air Force Base

National Guard

Utah Army National Guard

Utah Air National Guard

151st Air Refueling Wing

Resources

http://www.veterans.utah.gov/

http://www.va.gov/directory/guide/home.asp?isFlash=1

http://www.retirementliving.com/taxes-new-york-wyoming#UTAH

http://veterans.utah.gov/education/

http://www.nationalguard.com/benefits

http://tax.utah.gov/forms/pubs/pub-57.pdf

http://www.ut.ngb.army.mil/education2/

http://www.ut.ngb.army.mil/benefits/

http://www.weber.edu/vetsupwardbound/

https://www.goang.com/benefits/

https://www.fedshirevets.gov/job/vetpref/index.aspx

http://dmv.utah.gov/plates/special-group

http://www.heropaintings.com/aboutpc.html

http://mic3.net/pages/contact/Map/utah.aspx

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Document Review Date: 14 July 2016