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About Unified Fire Authority

UFA is Utah’s largest fire agency with 694 employees. UFA protects 451,035 people and $41.8 billion dollars of taxable value in 15 municipalities and Salt Lake County.  UFA provides service to all unincorporated areas of Salt Lake County and one municipality (Eagle Mountain) is located in Utah County. 





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A Tribute-
Captain Bone passed away on October 31, 2021, due to complications with COVID-19. His passing was recognized as a LODD (Line of Duty Death).

Captain Bone started his career with Salt Lake City Fire where he held the ranks of Firefighter and Paramedic. He was also a member of the Heavy Rescue Program and an active member of UTTF1 where he was deployed multiple times including NYC following the events of September 11th, 2001.

Captain Bone retired from SLCFD, after 20yrs, in 2006 and joined Unified Fire Authority shortly after as a Paramedic in August of 2006. During his career at Unified Fire Captain Bone held the ranks of Paramedic and was most recently Promoted to Captain, in 2013, and called Station 111 A in Magna, home.
While at Unified Fire, Merrill was a member of the Heavy Rescue Program and continued as an active member of the UTTF1 team.

Captain Bone has been a very influential member of the Fire Service not only to those in the Salt Lake Valley but Nationally. Merrill’s legacy will live on in the lives of those he helped mentor in his 35 years of dedication to the service of others.

Captain Bone, although you may be gone you will never be forgotten.

Thank you to all who have served or are currently serving this great nation especially those working for Unified Fire. ...

Unified Fire Authority is Hiring for a Controlled Substance Manager.
Please log onto Unifiedfire.org to read the full description.

UFA and the family of Captain Merrill Bone announce that Captain Bone’s funeral service, which is open to the public, will be held this Saturday, Nov. 6 2021, at Olympus High School, located at 4055 S. 2300 E. in Holladay at 11 a.m. We ask that attendees come early and be seated by 10:45 a.m.
A procession of family and fire apparatus will depart Larkin Mortuary (3688 West 12600 South in Riverton) at 7:30 a.m. that morning and are expected to arrive at the Olympus High School around 8:30 a.m.
More details regarding the route and parking at the funeral service will be released as they are developed.

Captain Merrill Bone
End of Watch 10.31.2021
Gone, but not forgotten.

Join us in Midvale for their Trick-or-treat on Main Street event!!
We’ll be here until 2pm passing out candy and showing everyone the little fire engine!

How do you lift a 70,000 lb fire apparatus??
Very carefully!!
We use 6 heavy-duty lifts synced via Bluetooth to get the apparatus high enough to work under it!
It’s quite a show!

Come join Firefighters from multiple different agencies in this great event. The 9th annual Firefighter Chili Cookoff. ...

We just opened recruitment for Part-Time Paramedic Ambulance Technicians (non-firefighting 🚑). Please share with those who may be interested!

Details can be found on the Employment Opportunities page of our website, or by copying the link below.


Congratulations to our newest part-time EMS members! Today they were sworn in by Chief Petersen and will be working in the stations and at events within the next couple of weeks. They’re excited and ready to get to work! ...

This morning Company 251 attended a 9/11 remembrance and flag ceremony at @cedarvalleyhigh . Big thanks to @eaglemountaincity 🇺🇸 ...

Captain Steve Olson with @murraycityfire explains his pumping operation while deployed to assist on California’s Dixie Fire. ...

Multiple Utah Fire Departments have sent aid to help California with their recent wildfires. Here’s some information provided by Engine Boss Rod Schultz with @drapercityfire ...

@pcfiredistrict UPDATE from Summit County:

“Thanks to great aviation work and phenomenal collaboration amongst all agencies involved in the suppression and evacuation efforts here on the #ParleysCanyonFire, things have slowed a bit tonight. We will share more information in the morning (8/15) and/or as we receive it.

Some folks have been asking about donations for the brave first responders. Due to current COVID numbers we are unable to accept food donations for the firefighters. If able and willing, monetary donations to Red Cross or to one of our local nonprofit organizations would be appreciated.


**EVACUATION INFORMATION as of 8:20 pm**- from Summit County Sheriff - Utah
Tomorrow, businesses in the LOWER Pinebrook area (grocery, restaurants, etc.) will be allowed to open to provide services to residents. If fire behavior changes, we will make decisions accordingly. Thank you to everyone for your understanding and support. #parleyscanyonfire #summitcounty

Animal Control has left their staged area at Weilenmann Elementary School. Should pet owners need assistance with their pets or to get into the Animal Control facility at 1745 S Hoytsville Road in Wanship, they should contact dispatch at: 435-615-3600 to reach an on-call animal control officer.

**A General Update as of 7:24pm** All residents who have been evacuated due to #ParleysCanyonFire should plan to be out of their homes for 24 to 48 hours as of the time of this posting. A Red Cross Shelter has been established at Park City High School. 1750 Kearns Blvd.”

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