Proposed 2017 budget now available

Proposed 2017 Budget Presentation

Proposed 2017 Income Statement

Fire Prevention Week Open House


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.

UPDATED: Wood chipping in 2016

PLEASE NOTE: The Park City Fire District is no longer accepting requests for the Wood Chipping/Fuel Mitigation service in 2016.  Check back with us in Spring 2017.

To follow up on an existing request, or for questions, email:

Open fire ban through October 1, 2016

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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 based on the ever-changing hazardous environmental conditions. On July 22, 2016, the Park City Fire Code Official enacted a ban on all open fires, sources of ignition, and fireworks due to the current conditions of hot temperatures, high winds, low humidity and dry vegetation—all of which significantly increase the risk of wildfire and directly threaten the safety of our community.


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Press Release


New Request for Qualifications Available

Park City Fire Service District is currently accepting sealed proposals from qualified firms for the following project:

  • Fleet Services Building – Request For Qualifications from Architects

For qualifications and complete requirements, please download the Request for Qualifications on the RFP page at

2015 Annual Report is Now Available

The 2015 Annual Report is now available.

Park City Fire District Installs 32.76KW Solar System

Rocky Mountain Power Blue Sky Dollars At WorkThis summer Park City Fire District completed the installation of a 32.76-kilowatt rooftop solar project, split between our Administration building and our Logistics building. Annually, our new solar system will produce enough electricity to power 4 average Utah homes and will also reduce our carbon emissions by 30.3 metric tons.

Funding support from Blue Sky customers helped cover 60% of the project costs. PCFD provided the remainder of necessary funds. To view the real-time generation data and to learn more about solar power, click on the Blue Sky logo.

Evacuation Guides for Residents and Businesses

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These are plans of actions to be taken in the case of an emergency that requires you to evacuate or shelter in place. There are separate plans for residents and for businesses.