Park City Fire Service District

736 W Bitner Rd, Park City, UT 84098


Located in the Wasatch Mountain Range, the Park City Fire District (PCFD) services the historic mining town of Park City, Utah, and its surrounding 110 square miles. PCFD is fortunate to serve one of the most desirable communities in the western United States.  With 32,000 year-round residents, two world-class ski resorts, the Utah Olympic Park, and 4 million annual visitors, we provide a comprehensive all–hazard response to a wide variety of emergencies.

The mission of the Park City Fire District is to enhance the quality of life for those we serve, safeguard the environmental and economic base of our community, make a positive difference, and provide excellence in service. 

We are a community-based emergency service provider dedicated to public safety and quality of life. Our firefighters train every day in order to be optimally prepared for all possible emergency situations. In addition to emergency response, we provide an array of other non-emergency services including fire prevention, code enforcement, plan review, CPR and first aid training, CERT instruction, a fuel reduction program, and many others.

The Park City Fire District is prepared for any emergency in our area. Our seven fire stations ensure that we are within a 5-7 minute range to respond to any 911 call. As well, our administration building offers the district a place to convene and conduct district business, hold classes, interact with our community, and train our new recruits.

Whether you are visiting or live here you will see our crews responding on emergency, training or even at the local coffee shop. Contact us with questions and be safe while enjoying the many activities our area offers.  info@pcfd.org

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