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EMERGENCY CALL 911

Main Office: (801)782-3580

Office Hours 7:30-6:00pm

Monday-Thursday





Council Member
Mayor Gordon Cutler

801-476-0356
801-726-0613
mayorcutler@uintahcity.com

Weber Fire District Links



Click here to visit the official website of the Weber Fire District


Click here to visit the official Facebook page of the Weber Fire District

Weber Fire District


In an Emergency ALWAYS dial 9-1-1!


Physical Address:

Weber Fire District
2023 West 1300 North
Farr West, Utah  84404


Mailing Address:

Weber Fire District
2023 West 1300 North
Farr West, Utah  84404



Message from the Chief


Message from the Chief

I am proud to welcome you to the Weber Fire District. It is my privilege to lead the men and women of WFD who are dedicated to their profession and to serving their communities. Weber County is well served through the dedication of these professionals and their focus on our mission, vision, and values: all designed to protect and serve you.

We are a career fire department of highly dedicated men and woman supported by an incredible support staff. Service is delivered from six stations strategically located throughout the county. The Weber Fire District provides a wide variety of emergency services to include fire, emergency medical, hazardous materials, technical rescue, wildland and any other emergency response that we may be faced with. We also provide fire prevention, inspection, and public education programs.

WFD serves the growing communities of Uintah, Farr West, Marriott-Slaterville, West Haven, Hooper, and Huntsville, and all the unincorporated areas of Weber County. Further, through automatic and mutual aid agreements, and because of our strategic station locations, we are often called on to assist all fire departments and communities within Weber County.

Our service area is 511 square miles with a growing population of 44,000. We are proud of our communities and the partnerships we have formed. We are focused on being an effective and responsive part of all communities and areas of the county in which we operate. Further, we feel blessed to work in such a beautiful place. From the Great Salt Lake, to the Wasatch Mountain Range, to the Ogden Upper Valley, our communities and response areas are a great place to live, work, and play.

We are guided and supported by a Board of Directors made up of elected and appointed leaders from each of the cities and unincorporated areas of the District. This Board is focused on ensuring the Weber Fire District not only meets but exceeds the needs of their communities and service areas; as well as supporting our operations to all areas served. We have found great strength in the synergism of this Board and are inspired by their dedication to our mission. Bringing these communities together in service has been the very reason we are able to do all that we do.

If I, or any member of the Weber Fire District, can be of assistance please do not hesitate to contact me.

Paul Sullivan
Fire Chief
Weber Fire District

OPEN BURN




Open Burn Permit Questions and Information:

Captain/Fire Warden Rick Cooper – 801-782-3580 ext. 206 – rcooper@weberfd.com

FIREWORKS RESTRICTIONS


Open Burn Permit Questions and Information:

Deputy Chief/Fire Marshal David Reed – 801-782-3580 ext. 205 – dreed@weberfd.com     

   

Other Useful Links



HOME FIRE SAFETY:
Fire safety and prevention during the colder months of the year are the topics covered in this flyer. Safety tips on alternate heating sources (wood stoves, electric space heaters, and fireplaces) and furnaces are featured.

WILDFIRE: Are you Prepared?
This pamphlet covers protecting your home from wildfire by creating and maintaining a safety zone, planning escape routes, and having a supply of necessities in the event of a wildfire.

FIRE SAFETY CHECKLIST: For older adults
Older people are at special risk for death and injury from fires. To protect yourself and those you care about, follow the tips in this booklet.

ESCAPE: Once you are out, stay out
This flyer details the dangers of re-entering a burning structure. It explains the dangers of oxygen depletion, toxic gases, heat, explosion, structural collapse, and other deadly threats of structural fires.

FIRE STATION COLORING BOOK:
Fire safety activities booklet for families featuring your favorite Sesame Street characters!

FIRETRUCK ACTIVITY SHEET:
This activity sheet contains a fire safety word game and mazes that children navigate to drive a fire truck to a home and practice a home fire escape plan. Upon completion of the activity sheet, it folds into a fire truck.

SMOKE ALARMS: What you Need to Know
Information on the importance, installation and maintenance of smoke alarms.