Fire and Rescue
75 West Center Street
Springville, UT 84663
Emergency Dial 911
Frequently Asked Questions
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When is it legal to burn?
Whether or not it is safe and legal to burn is determined by a number of factors —
air quality, wind and weather, location and fire danger level.
Click on the link and follow the steps below:
Utah County Air Quality and Conditions
- Review the regulations page at the above link.
- Scroll down to “Permit Application“ and click on “Online Permit Application”.
- The Burn Permit Application page will show the dates for an open burn
- Select your County and City (Utah County and Springville).
- You will see a three day forecast for burning at the bottom of the page,
click on “Start Burn Permit Application”.
- Fill out the application on line and make sure you print the completed application
(it needs to be in your possession).
- Fill out an application for each day of your burn.
- If an application does not come up, it is not a burn date.
- Prior to striking the match, please call Springville Police Dispatch at (801) 489-9421
and advise them you are burning. They will ask for your address.
Becoming a firefighter
How do I become a Springville Firefighter/EMT?
You will need to successfully complete our hiring process which includes a written and
agility test, oral interviews, a background check and a physical that includes drug testing.
Our most successful candidates are at least certified as an EMT-Basic and are willing to
certify as a Firefighter II within 12 months of being hired.
Applications can be picked up at Fire Station 41 located at 75 W. Center Street from
7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Note: Our Volunteer Firefighter/EMTs are paid on a pay-per-call basis and are classified
as part-time employees.
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