Who We Are
Bryce Canyon National Park is managed across five separate divisions that employ both permanent and seasonal employees as well as volunteers working to preserve and protect this world-unique natural resource. All five divisions report to the park superintendent. Bryce Canyon National Park is managed as part of the Intermountain Region of the National Park Service.
The superintendent is the highest official at Bryce Canyon National Park, in charge of managing all park staff and operations.
The administration division manages budget, contracting, concessions, human resources, park planning, property management, telecommunications, and information technology. Most administration functions are managed out of our headquarters office at the park Visitor Center.
The facilities management division operates and maintains roads, trails, buildings, utilities, vehicles, and grounds. We ensure public safety in facilities. We also manage many building and rehabilitation projects attached to park facilities.
Interpretation and Visitor Services
The interpretation and visitor services division manages fee collection; the visitor center, campground, and the park's volunteer program; and signs, exhibits, social media, and websites. Park rangers in this division also present guided walks, talks, hikes, evening programs, educational activities, and other special programs.
The resource management division studies, inventories, and monitors a wide range of park resources, including vegetation, wildlife, air, and historic and cultural resources.
Visitor and Resource Protection
The visitor and resource protection division is responsible for law enforcement and visitor safety, emergency medical services, and search and rescue as well as Special-Use Permits.
Main Park Phone: 435-834-5322
Last updated: February 4, 2020