This is a list of presidents (and equivalents) of the Utah company before it was merged into the D&RG in 1908. For post-1908 presidents, see Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad#Presidents.
- William J. Palmer, 1881–1884
- W. H. Bancroft, 1884-1886 (receiver)
- William J. Palmer, 1886–1901
- Edward T. Jeffery, 1901–1908
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