Today we pause to remember the almost 3,000 people who died in the 9/11 attacks in New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia 17 years ago. FDNY lost 343 firefighters that day and 117 other have succumbed to WTC-related illnesses since. We appreciate their sacrifice. NEVER FORGET
The PCFD 2017 Annual Report has been posted to the Financials page. The 2017 Annual Report contains the following: Message from the Fire Chief Organization Financials and Transparency Department Highlights Operations Fire Prevention & Life Safety Highlights Training Response Statistics Administrative Division Report Recruiting Sample 2017 PCFD Activity 2017 Photos Download the 2017 Annual Report.
We are all happy it’s finally been snowing. And, we want everyone to be prepared for the potential of severe winter weather. It’s important to think about preparing your home, protecting your family, and to be ready if a severe storms hits. Read our full article on Preparing for Winter Storms and stay safe this […]
The holiday season brings together family and friends, delicious food, gifts, and seasonal decorations from trees to twinkling lights to scented candles. Sadly, beautiful holiday decorations are a fire hazard under the right conditions. The National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) estimates that over one thousand home fires occur each year from trees and other holiday […]
We are proud to announce the launch of our newly designed website. We hope you will find it useful, informative and easy to find what you are looking for. The site is now mobile friendly, offers online registration and payments, and several other features that were not apart of our old website. Please take a […]
Park City Fire District was instrumental in placing new AEDs at our local parks and trailheads. Thank you to Basin Recreation and the award of Summit County’s Recreation, Arts & Parks Grant (RAP) that helped fund the addition of the new AEDs. Basin Recreation was awarded $12,000 from the RAP grant to purchase additional AEDs, […]
The Utah State Forester will enact an open fire ban as of 12:00am on July 5th in the unincorporated areas of Summit County.