Licenses expire on November 30 of even years.
At least 60 days prior to the expiration date of your license, DOPL mails a renewal notice to the licensee’s address of record as provided to DOPL by the individual licensee. (Failure to notify DOPL of an address change could prevent a licensee from timely receiving renewal notification and other important correspondence from DOPL.)
Renewal Fees — $74
Per the State of Utah these are the requirements to renew your license for the 2024 renewal cycle:
R156-55B-304 Continuing Education – Standards
In accordance with Utah Administrative Code R156-55b-304, during each two-year license term, you must have completed 16 hours of continuing education course work, of which a minimum of 12 hours must be on the National Electrical Code. See Rule R156-55b-304 for details.
Once recorded by the CE provider, you may verify your hours have been posted by visiting https://secure.utah.gov/ce-public/.
For more information, please visit https://dopl.utah.gov/electrical/renew-a-license/.
UETA Continuing Education Classes
What classes do I need to take?
If you have questions regarding continuing education courses or the renewal process, please call the office at (801) 975-1945.
Legal Name Change:
If your legal name has changed, you must verify the change by submitting a copy of a marriage certificate, divorce decree, court order, driver’s license, or social security card to the Division.
Change of Address:
You may update your address in the eGov system. Login to eGov here.