Uintah Fire Department Goals
Read the 2014 Goals for the Uintah Fire Department!
Friends and Volunteers of the Uintah City Fire Department
This non-profit, independent corporation supports the Uintah City Fire Department by raising funds to improve the facility and equipment. See this NOTICE, dated October 7, 2015, for more detail. Any donation to the FRIENDS is tax deductible.
If you have questions or need to contact the Fire Department,
please feel free to use any of these avenues:
In an Emergency, dial 9-1-1!
William Pope, Fire Chief
Uintah City Fire Department
Voluntary Home Safety Inspections
The Uintah Fire Department offers "free" Home Fire Safety Inspections! The inspection will check each room of your home and offer fire safety tips and suggestions to safe guard your family from the threat of fire. The inspection typically lasts 15-20 minutes and an adult must be present during the inspection. No fines or citations are issued on residential occupancies. Rather, we simply wish to assist you in making your home fire safe.
To schedule your own Fire Safety Inspection, contact the Fire Marshal at (801) 784-8701 to schedule your "free" Home Fire Safety Inspection!
The Uintah Fire Department has a vested interest in the safety and well-being of the Citizens of Uintah. As such we are pleased to provide our citizens with the following information so that they can be well informed about the hazards we all face every day, and how to prepare for, mitigate, and response to those hazards.
Here are some 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 - 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.
Sesame Street FIRE STATION Colorbook
Fire safety activities booklet for families.
FIRETRUCK Activity Book
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.