The ISO Fire Protection Rating for Unified Fire Authority is 2/2x.
The fire equipment may be returning from a transport to one of the hospitals or from assisting neighboring departments with an emergency response. Also, fire department personnel are assigned for a 24 hour shift and need to periodically shop for food. It is necessary for fire personnel to have the proper equipment at all… Read more »
The driver of the fire engine is trained to pass vehicles on the left and to maneuver in traffic. You should pull as close to the right side of the road as safely possible.
Contact Unified Fire Authority’s Community Services department for information on public education classes – 801-562-9129.
There are many private businesses that provide this service. You may search under “Fire Extinguisher Services” to locate one.
The open burn policy was changed in 2013 to meet the revised standards of the State Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ). The DEQ no longer allows permits to be issued on an annual basis as had been done previously. Recent modifications to these rules change the open burn periods and include a statewide requirement… Read more »
Many insurance companies ask the home owner for this information. Fire station 251 is located in City Center at 1680 Heritage Drive and Fire Station 252 is located in The Ranches at 3785 Pony Express Parkway.
Call Unified Fire Authority’s Community Services department at 801-562-9129.
Call 911 for fires, medical emergencies, or crimes in-progress. For other calls for fire or police service, call dispatch at 801-794-3970.
Small recreational fires are allowed. Fuel area cannot exceed 3ft diameter by 2ft in height. Burn only dry, clean, natural materials……no trash or rubbish, tires, oil or construction waste. Prior to burning: Verify green burn conditions. Keep open fires 25 feet away from structures or combustible materials. Fires contained in an improved barbecue pit… Read more »