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By dev_admin on August 28, 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 June 27, 2017
Six recruits will be graduating this Friday, June 30th to start their career as Park City Firefighters. To become a firefighter in Park City, applicants must first meet several qualifications and then go through a thorough testing process that includes a written exam, physical ability tests, and an interview with the Fire Chief. Very few […]
By dev_admin on May 11, 2017
Safety and Compliance: Obtain Your Open Burn Permit Today As spring comes to Park City and our surrounding community it’s important that we begin to clean our property, create firewise landscapes, and remove excess materials. Materials such as clippings, branches, or plants can be chipped through our chipping program. However, sometimes materials need to be […]
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 Eric Hales on December 8, 2016
EACH YEAR, APPROXIMATELY 300,000 PEOPLE IN THE US EXPERIENCE SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST. THESE PEOPLE EXPERIENCE THESE EVENTS OUT OF THE HOSPITAL, THAT IS, EITHER AT HOME, THE STORE, A SPORTING EVENT, ANYWHERE…. 92% OF THESE PEOPLE DO NOT SURVIVE. BY CLICKING THE VIDEO LINK BELOW AND TAKING LESS THAN 10 MINUTES OUT OF YOUR LIFE, YOU […]
By Eric Hales on November 22, 2016
Please click here for important winter preparedness safety tips from Rock Mountain Power.
By David Dorsey on September 1, 2016
Come to our Fire Prevention Week Open House, from 10am to 6pm on Wednesday, October 5, 2016 at Fire Station 36, 1977 Canyons Resort Drive. Open this PDF for more information.
By David Dorsey on August 11, 2016
Please open this post for important information. Effective immediately and in effect through October 1st, fireworks, explosive devices and open fires are prohibited within Park City limits. The Park City Council recently enacted a new Ordinance, 2016-36. This ordinance consolidates the authority to restrict open sources of ignition and fireworks with the City Fire Code Official […]