Wasatch County Fire

Protecting & Serving in Wasatch County

Clearing Fire Hydrants of Snow

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We understand that this is an ongoing job to keep hydrants clear as snow does get pushed back on them. Wasatch County has some of the best snow plow drivers around that have really been working hard this season to keep our roads clear and safe. If you see a plow driver please make sure to give them a huge thank you!

If you are physically unable to clear your hydrant contact Wasatch Fire and we will do our best to get a crew out to help you.

Wasatch Fire 2022 Amended Budget and 2023 Proposed Budget

Chief Ernie Giles has announced his retirement

After 33 years of service to Wasatch County, Fire Chief Ernie Giles will be retiring.  “I am thankful for the citizens of Wasatch County and for all of their support over the years.  I couldn’t have done it without them and their support.”-Chief Giles 

Chief Giles has done so much for the the citizens of Wasatch County and the employees of the Fire District. He has accomplished so much and brought the Fire District so far and he will be sorely missed. We wish him the best and hope he enjoys his well deserved retirement!

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