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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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Our hearts go out to Price City Fire Chief Fitz Petersen’s family and friends. He spent the majority of his career serving the communities of Salt Lake County with Unified Fire Authority. His legendary service within the community has set a standard for all to follow. His thankless service on and off duty enhanced his motto “Life is Duty”. Thank you for your unwavering example and boundless love.
Christmas Trees are a hazard that need proper care. Ensure you cut the base before setting to expose fresh wood. Check and water daily, these trees dry out extremely fast. Keep away from heat sources including fireplaces, heater vents, radiators and portable heaters. LED lights are safer than incandescent bulbs. Do not leave the tree lit while unattended. #christmas #treefire #christmasfire #safety #firefighter #firedepartment #firedepartment🔥🚒 #housefire #holiday #holidays #december #besafe
 Have you ever considered a career in the fire service? This workshop is designed for Utah women, 18 or older, who are interested in learning more about the fire service and pursuing a career in this field. Hosted by full-time female firefighters from various departments across Utah, attendees will spend two days learning about the fire service, viewing demonstrations, participating in hands-on training, hearing from keynote speakers, and learning the steps they must take to follow this career path. One attendee will receive a scholarship from Lionheart Gift Foundation to attend any fire academy in the state of Utah. 

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Hope to see you there!
The battle continues…
Happy Thanksgiving from our UFA family to yours! A special thank you to our firefighters working today and spending this holiday away from their families and loved ones. Have a safe and joyful day!
It is imperative to ensure your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms have good batteries and are not expired. Check and change your batteries regularly to ensure safety. Always remember you can call your areas non emergent number with concerns. If there is an emergent need always call 911. A huge thanks to Station 110B for these incredible action shots. 👨🏻‍🚒🔥🧑🏽‍🚒🔥👩🏿‍🚒 #smokealarm #staysafe #safety #safetytips #coalarm #carbonmonoxide #firedepartment #firefighter #firefighting #greatacting
Every winter, many members of the communities we reside struggle to find appropriate winter clothes to stay warm. UFA is proud to be a part of Operation Cover-Up and be a collection point for all winter clothes donations to help remedy this concern.

We partner with multiple community agencies such as the The Christmas Box House, Rape Recovery Center, SL County Aging Services, St. Vincent de Paul church, and many other local shelter and community services centers. 

Please consider donating to any UFA or other fire station throughout Salt Lake County beginning now so we can all play a part in serving those around us and ensure no one suffers in the cold.

Items of particular need:
New or gently used winter coats and winter wear for youth
Adult winter wear and coats
Gloves and mittens

Thank you for all you do, we appreciate you all very much!

#herriman #riverton #copperton #magna  #kearns #taylorsville #millcreek #midvale #holladay #cottonwoodheights #emigration #brighton #alta #whitecity #eaglemountain #unifiedfireauthority #firefighterlifestyle #utah #coatdrive
Don’t forget to thaw your turkey and dry it thoroughly before frying them this week. Some thing to consider for your safety include frying on a level surface in a location that is away from your house. Wear protective gloves, goggles and an apron. It is best to keep kids and pets away while using these large fryers. Have an extinguisher nearby and don’t overcook the turkey 👨🏻‍🚒🧑🏽‍🚒👩🏿‍🚒 Thanks to Company 111 and Station 126 for the footage.  #turkey #thanksgiving #cookingram #cookingsafety #fire #firedepartment #cookingfire #deepfried #turkeyday

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