Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Medical Services
Highland City contracts with the Lone Peak Fire District to provide fire protection and EMS services to the residents of Highland. The fire station is located in Highland at 5582 West Parkway West Drive. To contact them for non-emergencies at (801) 763-5365 or by visiting their website at www.LonePeakFire.com.
Fire Fuel Reduction Guide
Many areas of Highland are a Wildland Urban Interface which are beautiful, but also run the risk of wildfires. Check out this guide (PDF) and inspection checklist to help protect your home.
State law allows fireworks to be discharged from July 2-July 5 (Independence Day), July 22-July 25 (Pioneer Day), December 31 (New Year’s Eve), and February 12 (Chinese New Year). Hours are 11:00AM - 11:00PM except on July 4 and July 24 where they extend to midnight and New Year’s Eve and Chinese New Year’s Eve where they extend to 1:00AM the following day.
In Highland City, fireworks are banned in the following areas: Beacon Hills Subdivision; Bull River Subdivision, drainage areas, and surrounding property; Chamberry Fields Subdivision; City owned homes on Pheasant Drive; Country French Subdivision; Dry Creek Highland Subdivision and drainage areas; Hidden Oaks Subdivision; Highland Glen Park; Highland Hills Subdivision; Highland Hollow Subdivision and drainage areas; Highland Oaks Subdivision; homes abutting Highland Hollow and drainage area in the Highland Hollow and Canterbury North subdivision; Hunter Ridge Subdivision; Lone Peak High School; Meadow Lane; Mercer Hollow Subdivision; Mitchell Hollow Park and drainage areas; Mountain Ridge Park; Mouth of American Fork Canyon; Oak Ridge subdivision; open field south of Mitchell Hollow Park; Pheasant Hollow Park; Skye Estates Subdivision; State owned property south of Lone Peak High School; Sterling Pointe Subdivision; Sunset Mountain Properties; Town Center Splash Pad; View Point Subdivision; west side of 10150 North; and Westfield Cove Subdivision. You can see a map of these restrictions here.
In addition to Highland City’s bans, fireworks are never allowed on US Forest Service (including American Fork Canyon), BLM, or National Park land. See a map of statewide firework restrictions at UtahFireInfo.gov.
The following are prohibited on US Forest Service (including American Fork Canyon), BLM, or National Park land:
- Campfires, unless within a designated recreation Forest Service site equipped with an established fire ring or grill.
Charcoal briquettes, unless used in established grills within a Forest Service designated recreation site.
Smoking, except within an enclosed vehicle or building, or while stopped in an area at least three feet in diameter that is barren or clear of all flammable materials.
Personal devices solely fueled by liquid petroleum and can be turned on and off (stoves, lanterns, grills and fire pits) are allowed in areas outside of designated recreation sites. See a map of statewide fire restrictions at UtahFireInfo.gov.