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The St. George 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 the public. Thousands of 911 calls ar...
The St. George Fire Department gives station tours to schools, preschools, Boy Scouts of America, and other private organizations.  All tours have a fire prevention theme.  If there are any specific topics you would like to cover, please provide that information when scheduling a tour.  The Fire Department does not host birthday parties, but will provide a tour to the group if requested.   Station tours are given at the three locations listed below:   Fire Station 1 - 51 South 1000 East Fire Station 1 is the headquarters for the department.  It has the training tower and Safety House used for tours and fire department training.  The Safety House was built and donated by the Southern Utah Builders Association.   Fire Station 7 – 1912 West 1800 North Fire Station 7 is in the general location of Snow Canyon Parkway and Dixie Downs Drive, across the street from Firehouse Park.  This location is suitable for larger groups that may need to be rotated through in stages.    Fire Station 8 – 1096 West Bluegrass Way Fire Station 8 is located near Sun River.  It is our newest station.     When the crew brings the engine to another location for an on-site presentation, this is referred to as an engine tour.  These are typically done for larger groups, such as schools or church groups.  The crew discusses fire safety then provides a tour of the engine.   Tours are scheduled through the Administrative Office at the phone number o...
... These field trips expose children to the world of fine art but docent led tours through the exhibits are only half of the experience.  The 5th graders also “Meet the Artist” for demonstrations and hands-on art activities.  After a winter break for the holidays, school tours resume in mid-January and the 4th grade students are ready to visit.&...
Question:  Where do I find the current City code?                   
Answer:  The current City code can be found here.