The Fire Marshal's Office participates in teaching opportunities such as school visits, safety fairs, and fire extinguisher classes. For more information please call (801) 852-6321.
The Fire Marshal's Office oversees the annual inspection of businesses in Provo. The purpose of these inspections is to improve the fire/life safety for all residents and visitors. Annual fire inspections are completed by your neighborhood fire station. To schedule an inspection, please call (801) 852-6344.
Main Office: (801) 852-6321
Monday - Thursday
7:00AM - 6:00PM
LOCATIONCity Center Building (South East Corner)
80 S 300 W
Provo, UT 84601
Station 24 was completed at the request of a citizen’s committee that was completing a master plan for the city’s west side. It was their number one priority to meet the needs of this expanding part of the city. Station 24 is the only link to emergency services on the west side of I-15 and railroad corridors. It is located at 95 S 2050 W and also serves as the primary response station to airport emergencies. It was dedicated in July 1995.
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What is the Community Alert Notification System?
This service allows you to sign up to get notifications from within several designated categories. These categories will provide information on city events, programs, meeting agendas and reminders of special meetings. Other information may include reminders about voter registration deadlines, road closures, recreation programs, and other city events. Subscribers will be able to receive messages on their home phone, mobile phone, email or text message.
What is the Emergency Alert Notification System?
The Emergency Alert system allows local officials to help protect lives and property by providing critical information to residents during emergencies, including dangerous situations. The system allows the Police and Fire Departments to quickly send out an emergency alert to residents in any affected geographic area in the city. Depending on the emergency, the alert may be sent to the entire city or selected areas within the city. The current database includes only traditional wire-line telephone (the “land line” phone you may have in your home). If you want the system to send alerts to other communication devices that you use, you will have to provide your contact information by logging into the system and sign up for alerts.
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