The 2015 Burn season starts March 30. Permits can be obtained at Station 81, 176 North Center Monday through Thursday 8:00 to 5:00 p.m. Permits are $10.00 each and are good until May 30, 2015.
A Message From the Fire Chief
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for visiting the Lehi Fire Department website. This department has a proud history of serving our community. That spirit of service continues as we move forward into the future. As our community continues to grow, we remain focused on providing quality fire and medical response to our citizens and visitors. The Lehi Fire Department is an “all risk” department, meaning we will respond to the needs of the community regardless of the nature of the incident. We are committed to ensuring positive outcomes through proactive problem solving.
As we are the largest growing community in the county, we are devoted to fire prevention. One of our goals is to prevent tragedies from happening, rather than respond to them. Reaching out into the community to educate citizens, especially the children, in fire prevention and safety is one of our highest priorities. We strive to keep our community safe through our business inspection, and other community safety programs.
As Fire Chief, I will continue to embody the core values and collaborative culture that have built an organization dedicated to superior customer service and excellence in all that we do. I hope you will never need to call upon our services, but if you should: rest assured you will be treated by the most highly trained, professional, and courteous emergency responders.
Jeremy L. Craft
Lehi Fire Department
Lehi City Fire Department is currently accepting applications for our intern program.
Intern Job description can be found here
Applications along with required certifications can be turned into the Administrative Assistant, Angie Reynolds at station 81 (176 North Center Street)
Closing date: January 21, 2015