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...can be seen. This park has a large trellis pavilion with two barbecues and fire ring, several smaller picnic areas with tables, two with metal trellis pavilions, and a separate fire pit with an amphitheater. Numerous hiking trails provide access to a B...
Fire station 5 is located in the Green Valley area of the City.
Fire station 4 is located in the Bloomington area of the City.  
Fire station 3 is located in the Bloomington Hills area of the City. 
Fire station 2 is the oldest station in the City and has housed the original fire department for many years. It is located just on Main St. just off St....
Fire station 1 is located just off I-15 next to Dixie State College. It houses a three person fulltime engine company and all of the administrative staff, including the Fire Chief.  
Firehouse Park is a four-acre neighborhood park that was dedicated on September 24, 2009. It is located at 1800 North Dixie Downs Road across the street from fire station #7. This park contains features typical to a neighborhood park such as play structures, walking path, picnic pavilion and restrooms. An additional park feature requested by local citizens was a fenced secure area to take their canine family members to run and play off leash. Firehouse Park is programmed to function as a neighborhood park and is a gr...
Fire station 8 is located near the Sun River development on Bluegrass Way.
...ety in St. George. The men and women who make up the St. George police and fire departments pride themselves on delivering compassionate service with ...
Fire station 7 is located on the north end of Dixie Downs area, just off Sn...
Fire station 6 is located on the east side of the City near the 2450 east p...
...City departments and the Mayor and City Council. Department Heads (Police, Fire, Public Works,etc.) are appointed by the Mayor and report to the City ...
...squo;s open space. These species are choking up drainage ways and creating fire hazards.  
...d. No signs or advertisements. No soliciting, sales or pan-handling. No firearms or other weapons.
St. George Fire Department The City of St. George Fire Department is made up of 31 full time staff along with a reserve staff of 70. The eighteen full time firefighters and nine captains work rotating 24 hour shifts and each night three reseve spend from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. at station #1, #7, and #8 providing for a four person crew at night. The Fire Chief, Deputy Chief, Battalion Chief and administrative captain work the day shift and are on call after hours. The department includes eight stations located geographically throughout the city. The reserve staff is assigned to the station nearest to their home. All reserve staff carry pagers and respond as needed. The department handles all fires, ems, hazmat incidents, vehicle extractions, and other calls for assistance as needed within the city boundaries. In addition, the department serves as needed for backup on large incidents within the county. The department also performs inspections for compliance with fire codes and provides BLS medical services for the City. Mission Statement The Protection and Preservation of life, property, and the environment from fire and disaster, whether it be natural or man made, and other emergency situations that the fire department may respond to. Through aggressive training, fire prevention and community programs, and with a positive attitude toward...
The St. George Fire Department provides tours of the two full-time staffed fire stations. For residents living on the east side tours are at station #1 on 51 south 1000 east. For residents on the west side tours of fire station #7 which is located at 1912 west 1800 north. To schedule a tim...
Question: What does fleet fix at their facility?
Answer: The technicians maintain over 950 pieces of equipment. On any given day they are working on everything from a riding lawn mower transmission to the hydraulics on a ladder fire engine and everything in between. Due to frequent use, city equipment is in constant need of maintenance. Technicians are trained to work on over 100 unique pieces of equipment.
...he culinary system. This can be possible when a hydrant is used to fight a fire, during a main line break, or other similar situations. Under these co...
...maintenance and repairs of city vehicles and equipment from lawn mowers to fire engines and everything in between. The division also assists city depa...
Question: What kinds of technologies does this Division use, manage, and support.
Answer: Here is a partial list, without mentioning specific vendors or suppliers:Data Backup and RecoveryServersWorkstationsLaptopsMobile DevicesMobile Device ManagementBYOD ManagementTabletsEmailSpam ProtectionMalware Detection and RemovalOffice SuitesDatabasesPhone linesVoIP (Voice over IP)FoIP (Fax over IP)VoicemailInstant MessagingNext-Gen FirewallsFiber networking equipment and connection (from100MB to 10GB)Wireless Point-to-Point Technology100MB to 1GB EthernetWiFiVPNTCP/IP Services throughout the OSI model(including DHCP, DNS, FTP, TCP/UDP, Telnet, ICMP, NTP, ARP, etc.)IPv4 and IPv6File StorageContent ManagementDigital SecurityPhysical SecuritySecurity Camera ManagementNetwork MonitoringCloud ServicesEnd-User SupportServer VirtualizationApp VirtualizationSANNASRedundant PowerData DeDupeLDAPRemote Desktop ProtocolDatacenter ManagementCoolingEncryptionData Loss Prevention (DLP)Identity Management and Rights ManagementTwo-Factor AuthenticationRegulatory Compliance CertificationExternal and Internal Penetration Testing andResolutionComputer and Data AnalysisSoftware PatchingHardware Firmware UpdatesSoftware Licensing and AuditingHardware and Software InventoryComputer Aided Design (CAD)Geographic Information Systems (GIS)Asset ManagementVideo ConferencingProject ManagementActive Network and System MonitoringApplication and Web Development SoftwareComputer Based Training
City Fireworks Restrictions As you are aware, the State of Utah, Bureau of Land Management, National Forest Service and many other state and federal agencies have restricted the use of fireworks in all unincorporated areas of the state. Due to the extreme fire danger that exists in the southwestern region of Utah this summer, the St. George Fire Chief recently signed an order prohibiting fireworks in designated areas of the City. No fireworks of any kind are to be used within 250 feet of the following areas: - Dry washes and drainages- River and stream corridors- Hillsides, plateaus and mesa tops- Undeveloped open space or natural terrain Fireworks restrictions are in affect this holiday season and it is important that you understand which locations throughout the City are restricted and considered dangerous for personal fireworks use. We hope that you find this webpage useful in identifying these areas. Local fireworks retailers will also have maps available for you to view. Your help in keeping our community safe this holiday season is very much appreciated.    Safety TipsThe lighting of fireworks during the independence day and pioneer day holidays this time of year have become a tradition with many families. If families act responsibly with legal fireworks activities they should have an enjoyable holiday. The vast majority of legal displays occur without incident. The majority of fire incidents that occur are a result of illegal or improper fireworks discharges. Be smart, safe, and responsible.  Use only fireworks purchased in the State of Utah from licensed dealers or retailers. If you purchased the fireworks out of state, they are more than likely not legal in this state, you will be cited if caught, and will be responsible to pay for any damages and extinguishment costs as a result of any fires that you cause. Use only with responsible adult supervision at all times. Never allow young children to handle fireworks. Light the fireworks in an open area and on a non-combustible surface such as a driveway or paved area.  If windy conditions exist do not light fireworks. Keep a bucket of water available. Handle used and "dud" fireworks with a shovel. Soak fireworks thoroughly in a bucket of water or hose prior to disposal. Keep clear while lighting fireworks do not lean over them at any time. Do not relight “dud” fireworks. Watch out for your pets and animals. Preferably keep them indoors and away from the displays. Check for any restrictions that may apply to your area. Fireworks are an American tradition. Safety and common sense are so important as we celebrate the holidays with fireworks. Shooting fireworks can provide hours of wholesome family entertainment, but must be use carefully and safely. For additional questions about fireworks use please contact the St. George Fire Department at (435) 627-4150. 
... have an enjoyable experience. Trail Rules No motorized traffic. No fires, or firearms. No alcoholic beverages. Stay on trails; do not take short-cuts....
The Millcreek Generation Facility (MGF) is a natural gas fired generation facility.  It began commercial generation in May of 2006. The first phase had a capacity of 40 megawatts (MW). The second phase was completed in June of 2010 and increased the capacity of the facility to 80 MW.    MGF is powered by two gas fired turbines. The total cost of the first phase was approximately 18.5 mi...
...ge 911 Communications Center is the dispatch center for every police, fire and ambulance agency in the county as well as being the 911 center for...
... Shade Tree Board, Veterans Advisory Board, Lower Virgin River Fuels & Fire Board and the St. George Musical Theater Board.   I’m also very grateful to be the city council representative for the St George Police Department and the St George Fire Department. I love serving on the St. George City Council and I...
... particular C.A.T. team and all departments of the city to include Police, fire, code enforcement, streets, water, power, and parks. The primary ...
...are encouraged to bring a picture of it. Finished projects will be glazed, fired and ready to display! Ages: 2-6 years old with parents
...ity Emergency Response Teams and is the descendant of the Los Angeles City Fire Department’s program to teach citizens to help themselves in the...