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
On May 9, 2001, Provo City held a ground breaking ceremony for the new Fire Station 25. The station is located 275 S 700 E. Station 25 is the result of two studies done by the fire department looking at response times and station locations. The southeast area of the city has a long peninsula which extends almost to the Springville City limits. Responses to that area were the longest in the entire city. In an effort to provide a balanced response to all citizens within the City of Provo, attempts were made to acquire property to build a station which would provide for a more even distribution of emergency resources. In completing a GIS survey of the city, Provo Fire and Rescue feels confident in being able to comply with NFPA 1710’s response time standards.
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