Uintah's Fire Chiefs

William Pope (January 2014 - Present)

Mike Marz (July 2012 - January 2014)

Denise Vickers (March 2012 - July 2012)

Dave Boothe (1999 - February 2012)

Mike Marz (1998-1999)

Jack Lucero (1997-1998)

Scott Alvey (1986-1997)

Robert "Bob" Amundson (1980-1986)

Kirk Combe (1980)

Lenard Kendell (1978-1980)

Luther Sutherland (1977-1978)

Basil Luke Mildon (1976-1977)

Neil Bybee (1974-1976)

Our Story

The Uintah City Fire Department protects more than 1,300 residents in the two square mile area that is the Town of Uintah in Weber County Utah.  The Department provides fire supression and prevention, life safety and rescue services as well as other support functions to the citizens of Uintah City and Weber County. In addition our Department provides mutual aid assistance to our surrounding neighbor communities that, in a time of need, request our assistance.

The Uintah City Fire Department, located in the southern most part of Weber County Utah, has been serving the City of Uintah and surrounding communities since 1971. Our department is staffed entirely with volunteers from the community.

Staffed entirely by volunteers, the Uintah City Fire Department Prides itself on the selflessness and dedication of its Volunteer Firefighters and Volunteer Support Personnel, all of whom play a vital role in the safety of Uintah.

Our department operates three pieces of apparatus from a single station to cover the over 1,300 residents, 400 residences, 20 businesses that compose our little bedroom community. The apparatus include an Engine and two Brush Trucks.

To mitigate the threat to life and property from fire and other emergencies through education, prevention, community preparedness and emergency response programs.


To be recognized for consistently providing quality services in an efficient manor, being respectful to each other and all citizens and provide leadership, regardless of rank or position.

Uintah Fire Department Apparatus

The Uintah Fire Department serves a small but diverse and challenging community.  The city is fairly unique in its small size with two major railroad tracks running through it, and being bordered by an Interstate Highway, a State Highway, and a popular recreation river, not to mention rolling hillsides and brush filled rural areas.  To protect all of that, the city employs an Engine and two Specialized Brush Trucks.

Engine 91 is our first due engine and responds to all emergency calls within the city and mutual aid calls in surrounding cities.


1000 Gallon Tank

1250 GPM Pump
Brush 91 is a light duty brush truck, and is our first due truck for vegetation fires.

2000 Ford F350

250 Gallon Tank
Brush 92 is a heavy duty brush truck, and operates in all terrains for vegetation fires. Having a large tank capacity, the truck doubles as a water tender in the wildland-urban interface.

1970 AM General M35A2 2 1/2 ton

1000 Gallon Tank

Uintah Fire Department Personnel

The Uintah Fire Department is a paid call volunteer fire department.  The department utilizes volunteers not only in the command and suppression (firefighter) activities, but also places volunteers in support positions to augment the operations of the department.


Fire Chief
     William Pope (Chief 91)

 Deputy Chief
     Mike Marz (Chief 92)
"A" Squad

     Braden Bybee (Captain 91)

     Don Pearson
     Sam Pettigrew
     Michelle Gantt
     Tyler Bybee
"B" Squad

     Casey Bybee (Captain 92)

     Jason Wall
     Chris Hoffman
     Casey Dixon

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