History of Tridell, Utah
Taken from the Utah Place Names (Links Added)


Tridell (Uintah) is a small agricultural community twenty miles north of Roosevelt on U-246 and the junction of three canyons.

John W. Van Cott

The following was submitted by Crae Hancock, a resident of Tridell (Links Added)
Tridell has a Mormon Church and a post office that was built by Levi Kitchen. Originally it was a country store. Tridell, as you can see by the name, is a series of hills, dells and valleys. There are no stores and no restaurants. There is one small airport that belongs to a Mr. Goodrich. Several airplanes of other owners are kept there and several other planes come in for repairs by Mr. Goodrich. Tridell has 5 individual Dairy farms and one large commercial feedlot. The population is around 200. Several homes and farms are owned by Ute Indians. Tridell is about 12 miles east of Whiterocks and is located in the south foothills of the Whiterocks canyon of the Uintah mountains. Tridell also has two sawmills.
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