As firefighters, we understand the best way of fighting fires is to educate the publc in prevention with the hope that we can extinguish fires before they ever exist. This is why we spend significant time and effort in schools, churches and even homes teaching fire safety. Click the link below to see out event calendar
Emergency Medical Services
Lone Peak Fire District staff are trained paramedics and EMTs. With this education and training, we are qualified to provide assistance to all types of medical emergencies.
The cities of Alpine and Highland that make up the Lone Peak Fire District contain wildland-urban interface areas. With this type of community, it is essential that our firefighters be trained to handle and control wildland fires. Our goals and focus are to protect homes from these fires and contain them as quickly as possible.
Swift Water & Ice Rescue
Throughout our District we have several bodies of water including: Highland Glenn Park, Tibble Fork Reservoir, Dry Creek, American Fork River, and other creeks and ditches. It is important to us to be equipped and trained to perform water rescue safely and effectively. See the video to the left to see our training in action.
As required by law, to receive a business license in Utah, all commercial buildings must have an annual building inspection. Click this link to book an inspection (link here)
It's our pleasure to spend time with school students, church groups, and others in our community. Our goals in our interactions are to establish learning experiences. In the school setting, we're able to take the skills and knowledge that we've longed to obtain and share it with the students who wish to acquire advanced skills that can save future lives. Click the link below to schedule an event with us (link here)