CEDAR MOUNTAIN FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT is looking to fill two part-time clerical staffing positions.
Duties include routine office duties such as answering phones, sorting mail, preparing bills to be paid and various other office related tasks.
Hours will be between 13 and 29 hours per week, depending on staffing needs.
For further information, please contact
Cheryl Tuttle at 435-682-3225.

The Cedar Mountain Fire Protection District is seeking bids for repairs to the roof of the main fire station located at 3620 Mammoth Creek Road and also the repair of interior damage caused by water leaks.

Please contact Chief Tuttle at 435-682-3225 to set up a time for him to show you what and where the repairs are that you will be bidding on.

Thank you,

Cedar Mountain Fire Protection District has a vacancy on their Governing Board of Directors.
Anyone interested in being considered for an appointment please email District Clerk Diane Adams at:
cmfpdda@scinternet.net before July 31st, 2019.

The existing Board will make the appointment during the regularly scheduled August 10th Board Meeting, located at 3620 Mammoth Creek Road, Duck Creek Village UT 84762. The meeting begins at 10:00 AM

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It has been brought to our attention that individuals are posting issues they may have had with the 911 Emergency calling system. It is the CMFPD's opinion that calling 911 is the best way to report an emergency. Please Do Not call your local fire department even though we are now a 24/7 manned station. The reason for that is that the phones are not manned 24/7 as the crews may be out of the station dealing with an emergency at the time you call in. However our local Dispatch Center is manned 24/7 with 911 calls being answered 24/7. I know things are stressful when reporting an emergency but using the 911 system is still the best option when reporting an emergency.

Also I would like to take this opportunity to inform our residents of the need to keep your propane tanks cleared of snow. Equally important is the need to keep the regulator for the propane where it enters the structure clear of snow. In extreme cold conditions these regulators can fail and cause fires and explosions. This is the second regulator malfunction due to snow covered regulators and propane storage tanks being snow covered that CMFPD has responded to in the last two weeks. Fortunately only the second incident resulted in an explosion.

Thank you for your cooperation,
Casey Tuttle, Fire Chief CMFPD



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