Firework Safety Fun Fact: Water boils at 212 F, wood burns at 575 F, glass melts at 900 F, SPARKLERS burn at between 1200 F and 2000 F! Sparklers account for over 25% of firework related emergency room visits. Approximately 16,000 reported fires are started by fireworks annually. While you and your loved ones are […]

FREE Summit County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day on Saturday, April 27, at the Canyons Cabriolet parking lot. One of our primary goals is to keep toxic chemicals and heavy metals out of our environment. When toxic materials like mercury, lead, and pesticides end up in the landfill they leach into the ground and into […]

Please note the following approved drop-off locations for your dying/dead Christmas tree disposal: Jeremy Ranch across from Bell’s Quick Stop (Gas Station) Silver Creek at Bell’s Truck Stop Kamas (Behind the City Building) Wanship (Next to the Stockyards)

The only fireworks allowed for personal use are “C” that are sold in the grocery stores and Utah firework stands. They are allowed on December 31st from (11:00 AM to 1:00 AM on January 1st, 2019) They are also allowed on Chinese New Year starting on (February 4th 11:00 AM to 1:00 AM on February […]

Park City Fire along with several Salt Lake Valley fire departments are now collecting winter clothing and blankets in good, clean, or like new condition. Please drop off at any Park City Fire Station. Station 31: 2388 Holiday Ranch Loop Road, Park City Utah 84060 Station 34: 7805 Royal Street East, Park City Utah 84060 […]