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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, 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, 3 full-time Firefighter/Advanced-EMTs, a full-time secretary and 28 part-time Firefighter/Advanced-EMTs.

9/11 Memorial Ruck

Hill AFB Fire and Emergency Services, Kaysville FD/PD and Layton FD/PD are teaming up to honor the 412 first responders who gave their lives to protect and serve on September 11, 2001. 

On that grievous day terrorists threatened the United States of America and our way of life. Vowing to protect our freedoms, American soldiers have fought against tyranny and oppression in multiple conflicts across several different nations. Since Operation Iraqi Freedom began in 2002 6,967 Military members have been killed as a result of these wars.

The opening ceremony for this ruck will be at 8:20 AM at the USU Botanical Gardens (920 South 50 West, Kaysville).  

During the 9.6 mile ruck there will be 3 stopping points with hydration stations and medical treatment on standby. FD bunker gear or 30 lb. ruck is encouraged. 

To register visit:

We look forward to having you join us this year for our 4th Annual 9-11 Memorial Ruck.

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New Rescue Engine

Recently Chief Erickson, Captain Shupe and Engineer McKinnon traveled to Appleton, Wisconsin to Pierce Manufacturing to review the pre-construction planning on our new Rescue Engine. 

The new rescue engine will meet two needs that our current heavy rescue does not meet: compartment space to store equipment and the ability to fight fires. The new rescue engine will function as both a rescue and an engine, meaning we can tackle any emergency with it from an auto extrication to a house fire.

We are excited about this build and how it will serve our community for the next 20 years! We plan to take delivery of it in Summer of 2019.

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2018 Annual Summary Report

Click here to read our 2018 Annual Summary Report.

Fireworks Restriction Areas

Effective immediately, these areas within Kaysville City are designated as "High Fire Hazard Areas" and are thereby prohibited from discharging fireworks. View more fireworks information.

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