By dev_admin on April 14, 2017
The Park City Fire District Wood Chipping and Fuel Reduction Program will begin accepting online applications for the 2017 summer season on Monday, May 1st. Chipping will be done as close to the time an applicant requests. Because of the popularity of the program, specific dates are unable to be adhered to other than pre-planned […]
By dev_admin on April 9, 2017
How to Plan and React to an Earthquake in the Wasatch Living in Park City, earthquakes are not always top of mind. However, since 1931 there have been 2,779 earthquake incidents in Utah, with an average of 33 earthquake incidents per year. In fact, the largest earthquake in Utah registered a 6.0, which is a […]
By dev_admin on April 3, 2017
How to Plan, Prepare, and Practice Home Fire Drills Each year there are an average of 358,300 home structure fires in the U.S. These fires cause an annual average of 2,560 civilian fire deaths, 12,720 civilian fire injuries, and $6.7 billion in direct property damage. As well, each year in the U.S., there are over […]
By dev_admin on March 20, 2017
What to Do to Before, During, and After a Flood Living in Park City, we’re aware of certain seasonal dangers, from wildfires in the summer to avalanches and blizzards in the winter. However, with spring comes another possible danger to our homes, property, and families. Spring brings melting snow high in our mountains and melting snow […]
By dev_admin on March 8, 2017
Remember, March 12, 2017 is the day to change your clock one hour forward and, of course, to change out the batteries in your fire and CO alarms.
By dev_admin on March 6, 2017
The Park City Fire Service District is now accepting applications for an entry-level Firefighter EMT/Paramedic. Position: Firefighter EMT or Paramedic FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Starting Wages: Currently $41,121 and $45,815 Testing Dates: March 16, 17, & 18, 2017 Application Deadline: March 13th at 5:00 PM Minimum Qualifications: Must be at least 21 years old High School […]
By dev_admin on February 14, 2017
With Push to Survive, we ask Park City community members to take 10 minutes of their time to know what to do in the event of an out of hospital cardiac arrest. Ten minutes can literally save a life.
By dev_admin on May 1, 2013
The primary goal for Firewise landscaping is fuel reduction — limiting the level of flammable vegetation and materials surrounding the home and increasing the moisture content of remaining vegetation. This includes the entire ‘home ignition zone’ which extends up to 200 feet in high hazard areas. Use the Zone Concept: Zone 1 is the 30 […]