Every fall firefighters must demonstrate fitness readiness by completing an annual Task Performance Test. The test consists of several componets simulating common tasks that are encountered on a structure fire. The test is performed in full turnouts while wearing an SCBA (compressed air) and must be completed in 4 minutes and 4 seconds. Park City […]

The Administrative Control Board of the Park City Fire District joins the District and the community in mourning the loss of our Fire Chief, Paul Hewitt, at the age of 58. Chief Hewitt came to the Park City Fire District in 2011 after spending 20 years with the Salt Lake City Fire Department, where he […]

FIREWORK RESTRICTIONS Due to drought conditions and current wildfire risks, fireworks restrictions are in place throughout all of Park City and the Synderville Basin. No consumer fireworks are allowed to be used on any public or private property. This includes fireworks for 4th of July or 24th of July celebrations. Feel free to contact our […]

We have often been asked how we determine wildfire risk and plan for the upcoming wildfire season. The Great Basin Coordination Center, which is a section of the National Interagency Fire Center, provides daily 7-day Fire Potential Outlooks as well as Monthly Outlooks. These forecasts are based on data gathered from several different weather prediction […]

“The Park City Fire District is committed to doing our part during this COVID 19 crisis. Our community and visitors should know that Park City Fire takes every precaution to prevent the spread of this and all viruses. We disinfect all equipment and apparatus after every call, and our firefighters/paramedics wear necessary personal protective equipment […]