Garland Fire Department

Fighting Fires Since 1911

Garland Fire Department provides fire protection and emergency medical services to the city of Garland and surrounding Box Elder County. The department is a paid-on-call department. The station protects the area with 2 fire engines/pumpers, 2 brush trucks, 2 water tenders, and a medical squad vehicle. Our Mission Statement: “To protect the lives and property of the citizens of Garland and the surrounding community from fires, natural disasters, and hazardous materials incidents; to aid in saving lives by providing emergency medical services; to prevent fires through prevention and education programs.”

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Garland’s Fire department, while small is mighty and are trained to be there when you need them. Whether it is a small kitchen fire, car fire, or anything else, they are trained and ready to help you.

For Emergencies Dial – 911 

Call us at: (435) 257-3118



garland city library
Tremonton Fire Department fire engine with fire blazing in the background

Training Burns 

Garland has had the opportunity to partake in some local training burns. While they look devastating, these buildings were scheduled to come down, and it was a fun opportunity for the fire department to train.

The fire chief- Steve Harrington, is not only a skilled and honored firefighter, but also an incredible photographer, as you can see by images displayed on this page.

The fire department has seen some changes in staff. Some of our team is retiring, and we have hired new firefighters to keep up with the need. Watch soon for the listing of the new Garland City Fire Department.

And, some exciting news. We are getting a new third truck! It has been in the plans for years, and is finally being built. So, watch for the new truck in the coming months.
The Garland Fire Department operates a website that you can see below.


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Burn Permit Laws

All open burning within the city requires the open burn permit application to be completed. For residential open burns there
will be a $10.00 fee per burn. Agricultural open burns inside the city limits, a flat one-time $25.00 fee per year to burn is required.
Burn permits may only be issued between March 30 and May 30 and between September 15 and October 30. No burning on Sundays or Mondays.

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