Utah State Symbols
The Beehive State became the 45th state when it was admitted to the Union on January 4, 1896 (Utah's Road to Statehood). The name Utah was derived from the Ute Indian Tribe and means people of the mountains. Salt Lake City is the capitol. The official Utah state symbols represent the history and cultural heritage of Utah. Follow the links below to find a description, image and brief history of our state symbols.
Utah State Code
- Utah Code, Title 63G, Chapter 1, Section 601, State Symbols
- Utah Code, Title 63G, Chapter 1, Section 501, State Flag