The mission of the Park City Fire District is to enhance the quality of life for those we serve, safeguard the environmental and economic base of our community, make a positive difference, and provide excellence in service.

Located in the Wasatch Mountain Range, our department services the historic mining town of Park City, Utah and its surrounding area. With 32,000 year-round residents, 4-million annual visitors, and three world-class ski resorts to care for, we stay busy. Whether we’re working with our residents to educate and provide guidance on fire prevention techniques and practices, inspecting a newly constructed commercial building, or teaching a CPR class, we pride ourselves on being a vital part of our community.

Service Area and Capabilities

Serving an area of 110-square miles of residential, commercial, and wild land zones, we provide a wide variety of services and are prepared for any potential emergency. From wildfires to trench rescues to hazmat emergencies, our team of extensively trained, full-time firefighters and EMTs are actively engaged in our community and on call 24/7.

The PCFD is a mid-sized fire department, but we provide many services typically provided by only larger, urban fire departments. Our members pride themselves in second-to-none emergency services. We currently staff seven fire stations with firefighters trained in virtually all hazards including fire suppression, emergency medical services, hazardous material events, and technical rescue needs.

Our firefighters train every day in order to be optimally prepared for all possible emergency situations. In addition to emergency response we provide an array of other non-emergency services including: fire prevention, code enforcement, plan review, CPR and first aid training, CERT instruction, our fuel reduction program, and many others.

The District also manages two neighboring ambulance transport services utilizing a large team of local EMTs from the North Summit and South Summit areas.

PCFD Service Area Map

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