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.
Logan Fire Department provides fire protection to the Cities of Logan, Providence and River Heights along with unincorporated areas of Cache County including Logan Canyon. As one of two providers for Cache County Emergency Medical Services (CCEMS) Logan Fire Department provides EMT Advanced and Paramedic Ambulance Transport in addition to providing Paramedic Rescue Services to all of Cache County.
All Logan firefighters are trained Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Advanced or Paramedic.
Logan Fire responds from three staffed stations and one ARFF station at Logan/Cache Airport which is staffed as needed for commercial or charter flights.
Station 70 1974 Station 71 2004 Station 72 2012 Airport Station
The Airport Station is owned by the Logan/Cache Airport Authority and also houses the Airport Manager
In 2015 Logan Fire Department responded to 4743 seperate incidents requiring a total of 7393 apparatus responses not including staff vehicles.
In 2015 Logan Fire recorded the following 90% fractile response times, meaning that 90% of all emergency responses to the Zone indicated were within the time listed.
Zone 70 (Center of Logan City) 6 min
Zone 71 (North 1/4 of the city) 7 min
Zone 72 (Southwest section of the city) 7 min
Zone 73 (Extreme northwest section of the city) 9 min
Each of the three stations is staffed with 4 line personnel. Additionally, the Battalion Chief responds out of Station 70.
Assistant Fire Chief - Emergency Manager
Assistant Fire Chief - Fire Marshal
Logan Fire also provides Special Operations Responses including, Hazardous Materials, Wildland Fire, Technical Rescue, SWAT Medic and Airport Rescue Fire Fighting.
In addition to emergency response, the Logan Fire Department performs more than 1,500 fire prevention inspections of new and existing businesses and conducts approximately 150 public safety education presentations and station tours a year.
As a lead partner in the Cache Valley Public Fire Education Coalition, we regularly place public safety advertisements in local newspapers, on several radio stations and in movie theaters. Additionally, we may be able to provide free smoke or carbon monoxide detectors to any Logan citizens who are elderly, disabled, or low income.