Logan Fire Department
The mission of the Logan Fire Department is to provide timely and effective emergency response, fire prevention practices, and fire and life safety public education.
All Logan firefighters are trained Emergency Medical Technicians or Paramedics and are on duty 24 hours a day and 365 days a year. Logan Fire Department responds to approximately 4200 incidents each year. Routine calls include a wide variety of situations: medical emergencies, vehicle accident extrications, structure fires, auto and/or trash fires (i.e., dumpster fires, landfill fires, etc.), grass and wildland fires, hazardous materials spills/releases, children locked in vehicles, cliff side rescues, water rescues, aircraft emergencies at the airport, carbon monoxide calls, elevator rescues, etc. The Logan Fire Department also performs more than 1,500 fire prevention inspections of new and existing local businesses annually and conducts approximately 150 public safety education presentations and station tours a year. We visit schools, church groups, and civic organizations and coordinate with local businesses to provide public safety information to the community. As a lead partner in the Cache Valley Public Fire Education Coalition, we regularly place public safety advertisements in the local newspaper, on several radio stations, and on all of the movie theater screens in Cache County.
Facts about Logan Fire:
- A total of 50 full-time Fire Department employees operate out of three stations.
- We have three engines (pumpers), one aerial ladder truck, three brush trucks, three paramedic rescue squads, six ambulances, one 2300 gallon water tender (tanker), a 500 gallon class B Foam trailer, a 150 lb vehicle mounted dry chemical unit, and a hazardous materials and technical rescue truck.
- The Logan Fire Department also protects the cities of River Heights, Providence, and the areas of College/Young Ward and Logan Canyon.
- The Logan Fire Department can provide a free smoke or carbon monoxide detector to any Logan citizens who are elderly, disabled, or low income.
Due to current and forecasted weather conditions coupled with extremely dry conditions and heavy loading of vegetation, it is determined by the Logan City Fire Chief that hazardous environmental conditions necessitate the controlled use of fireworks. These restrictions will be in effect for the period of July 1, 2013 to July 31, 2013. Here is the full announcement.