Fire

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Mission Statement

The Kaysville Fire Department is committed to excellent service for our residents, businesses and visitors through prevention and minimizing loss of life, damage to the environment and loss of property from the adverse effects of fire, medical emergencies and hazardous conditions.

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About Us

The Kaysville Fire Department is a full-service fire department, providing emergency medical, ambulance service, fire, rescue, and hazardous material response 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to the cities of Kaysville and Fruit Heights. Department personnel include a full-time Fire Chief, 3 full-time Captains, 3 full-time Engineers, 9 full-time Firefighter/Advanced-EMTs/Paramedics, a full-time secretary and 15 part-time Firefighter/Advanced-EMTs/Paramedics.

Paramedics - Property Taxes - and Kaysville

On December 31, 2022, the Davis County Sheriff's Office will turn responsibility for paramedic services over to Davis County cities, including Kaysville.  This will result in a property tax increase. Follow the link below for answers to common questions and explanations on why this is happening and how everyone will benefit from the new city model.

https://www.kaysvillecity.com/DocumentCenter/View/3587/Paramedics-and-Property-Taxes-Information-Sheet

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Fire Restrictions 2021

Fire restrictions will be implemented for all areas defined as High Fire Hazard on the attached map at 12:00 a.m. (midnight) Wednesday, June 16, 2021 for public health and safety and to reduce the potential for human-caused fires. As authorized under Kaysville City Code 7-4-5 and USC 15a-5-202.5.

Under the restrictions, charcoal, coal, and wood stoves are allowed only in a grill, located in a residential yard. Fires and campfires are not allowed in the affected area. The restrictions also limit smoking to within enclosed vehicles, buildings, in developed campgrounds, or while stopped in an area at least 3 feet in diameter that is barren or cleared of any flammable material.  Using a device that is solely fueled by liquid petroleum or LPG fuels that can be turned on and off is allowed in areas that are clear of flammable materials. 

Implementation of fire restrictions normally occurs based on a combination of factors that are carefully measured. Criteria used to determine when to implement restrictions include current and predicted weather, fuel moisture, fire activity levels, and available firefighting resources. Additional restrictions may be applied as conditions warrant. 

Fire restrictions typically remain in effect until significant precipitation is received.   Visitors should use extra caution when recreating on all public lands during fire season.

For questions or further information please call the Kaysville Fire Department at 801-544-2860.

High Fire Hazard Map

Open Burning

Open Burning Press Release for 2021

For questions about Open Burning, please visit: https://www.kaysvillecity.com/329/Open-Burning.

Emergency Phone Numbers

  • Ambulance 911
  • Davis Hospital 801-774-7177
  • Domestic Violence Shelter 801-444-3191
  • Emergency Preparedness / Civil Defense 801-451-4100
  • FBI 801-392-7265
  • Fire 911
  • Highway Conditions 866-511-UTAH
  • Lakeview Hospital 801-292-6231
  • Poison Control Center 801-825-4357
  • Police 911
  • Protective Services for Children 801-629-5800
  • Rape Crisis Center 801-444-9161
  • Runaway Hotline 801-269-7500
  • Suicide Prevention / Emergency Crisis 801-773-7060
  • Teen Crisis Hotline 801-451-8336
  • Utah Highway Patrol 801-447-8120