Cedar Fort Volunteer Fire Department is 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.

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Cedar Fort Issues Fireworks Ban
for the 2014 Season

Due to extremely dry conditions in the region; The Town of Cedar Fort has enacted an ordinance – and PROVISIONS of the ORDINANCE are EFFECTIVE: 1 JULY 2014 – ending 31 OCTOBER 2014

Banning the use of all fireworks, firearms, and open fires in the Town of Cedar Fort and incorporated town limits.

It is unlawful for any person to:

  1. Discharge any fireworks or firearms within the Town limits
  2. Smoke outside an enclosed vehicle or building except where there is clear ground for three feet.
  3. Have an open fire except a campfire in an improved location at a house.

Due to extremely hazardous fire conditions in the Town, the discharge of ANY, AND ALL, fireworks including class C common fireworks is prohibited in ALL areas of the Town.

Violation of this ordinance shall be a class B misdemeanor punishable by both fine and imprisonment as set forth in Utah law.

Anyone who causes a fire due to the use of fireworks, campfire, smoking, tracer ammunition or other pyrotechnic devices within the Town limits will be held financially responsible for any costs associated with fighting the fire.

Please keep our Town safe!

Town Council