Do you know where the closest fire hydrant to your house is? MGFPD puts tall flags on them so they're easy to find in buried snow. Precious minutes can be saved if you take the time to dig out your hydrant. If your neighbor has already done it, thank them - you have a great neighbor. If the hydrant by your house doesn't have a flag, contact us.
Change your carbon monoxide (CO) and smoke alarm batteries twice a year and test your system regularly. Many detectors expire after 10 years - some sooner! How old are yours? The date of manufacture is usually printed on the back. CO and smoke detectors are the cheapest life insurance you can buy.
The Highlands area of Mountain Green is an extreme danger fire zone because of the dense vegetation intermingled closely with homes. Contact MGFPD (email and phone listed in contacts) if you have questions.
Addresses on the following streets (or extension roads & properties from roads on this list north of Old Highway Road) are subject to this Morgan County order:
The Mountain Green Fire Protection District is looking for volunteers. If you have Firefighter I/II, EMT/EMR, Wildland or HAZMAT Operations certification that is a plus, but the fire department will train you if you are willing to put in the time and commitment to obtaining these certifications. Volunteers do not work set shifts and provide service as they are available. Please contact Chief Brian Brendel if you can help, please click on the contacts link above.
The Mountain Green Fire Protection District is a volunteer fire department located in Mountain Green, Utah.