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Yes, we do have a ride-along program. Please fill out the forms and submit to the Syracuse Fire Department for final approval. Once approved, you will be contacted for scheduling.
No, unfortunately, we do not fill swimming pools, however, our Public Works Department can help. Please contact them for information and costs associated with filling your swimming pool.
No, unfortunately, we do not have a volunteer firefighter program.
Read about our minimum qualifications and search for opportunities.
Please contact the fire department to obtain a copy of a fire report. Reports will be issued to the homeowner at no cost. Law offices and insurance companies requesting reports must have a written request and will be charged $10 per report.
All transported patients will be billed for services received. Some patients with extensive treatments provided on scene will receive a billing statement.
Billing statements are prepared by First Professional Services, located at 8841 South Redwood Rd., West Jordan, Utah 84088.
You can contact them directly at (801) 255-0400.
Please call the station at 801-614-9614 to schedule a function.
We do not offer this service. Please visit Davis County Health Department or Davis Hospital and Medical Center for more information on scheduling an appointment with them.
Please call the station at 801-614-9614 to schedule a tour.
Tours are held for Syracuse City residents and businesses on Mondays or Fridays at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. based on availability.
Learn more about fire station tours.
No. Syracuse City does not permit open burning within city limits. Check out more information about burning and permits.
Please contact our Public Works Department at 801-825-7235 to report any hydrant issues.
Please contact the station at 801-614-9614 on the day you plan on having the recreational burn. Please provide the following:
Find more information related to recreational burns.
Please contact First Professional at 800-658-8700.
Please take your unused, unwanted or expired medications to the Syracuse Police Department at 1751 S 2000 W. There is a disposal bin for the medications on the north wall of the lobby.
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) participants will learn about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact Syracuse City and Antelope Island State Park. The training format combines classroom sessions and hands-on exercises in:
Participants are also trained in basic disaster response skills and will be equipped to assist others following an event when professional responders are not immediately available to help. Program graduates are also encouraged to take a more active role in emergency preparedness projects in their community.
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) classes held in the Spring and Fall. Course dates determined bi-annually. Notices of class dates will be posted on the City Web page, and on the CERT Facebook page as they are determined. Follow the group for up and coming information.
Contact the Syracuse Fire Department at 801-614-9614 to register.
No. Generally speaking, we ask that you only store emergency fuel containers in a detached shed or garage to minimize the fire hazards and ignition sources.
Two or three 1- gallon Department of Transportation rated containers for gasoline and other fuel used for lawn mowers and weed whackers are permissible in your attached garages and carports. Read more about storing fuel at home.
No. Depending on the type of fuel (gasoline, kerosene, diesel, propane) you are only allowed to store limited quantities of each type of fuel in certain kinds of sizes of containers. Read more about fuel storage.
The legal authority comes from fire prevention related portions of the Utah State Code and local/city and community ordinances. This is really a life safety (your life safety) issue.