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Thank you Chief Jacobsen!

With over 21 years of service at the Cedar Fort Fire Department, 9 of those serving as the acting Fire Chief, we are sad to announce Chief Jacobsen has stepped down from his position. We are extremely thankful for the countless hours, donations, knowledge and memories we've made with Chief Jacobsen. He will continue to serve the communities of Cedar Fort and Fairfield, Utah while spending more time with his family and grand kids :). THANK YOU CHIEF!

Steve Bowen has been appointment the new Fire Chief for the Cedar Fort fire department.

About Us

Cedar Fort Volunteer Fire Department currently has an ISO rating of 5. We are dedicated to serving and protecting the community of Cedar Valley, from the Salt Lake County border to the north, west to the Tooele County line, and past Fairfield to the south, sharing our east border with Eagle Mountain. We cover the second largest response area in Utah County, encompassing 214 square miles. Staying connected to area residents is an important part of what we do. That’s why we strive to maintain a website that serves as a helpful information hub, with fundraiser notifications, training opportunities, and news regarding our community involvement.

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    The Cedar Fort Volunteer Fire Department is responsible for such difficult areas as Five Mile pass; which is a large area encompassing 46,000 acres of BLM land that is designated for off-road and open-use. This area sits on the border of Utah and Tooele County, adjacent to SR 73 and is approximately 10 miles away from the staging area of the Cedar Fort Fire Department.