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Fire Protection & EMS Services
Highland City contracts with the Lone Peak Fire District to provide fire protection and EMS services to the residents of Highland. You may contact the fire station located in Highland at (801) 763-5365.

Lone Peak Fire Chief
Reed Thompson began serving as Fire Chief December 29, 2017. Read more about him here.

Firework and Open Fire Restrictions

State law allows fireworks to be discharged from July 2-July 5 (Independence Day), July 22-July 25 (Pioneer Day), December 31 from 11:00AM – January 1 at 1:00AM (New Year’s Eve), and February 5 from 11:00AM – February 6 at 1:00AM (Chinese New Year).

On May 5, 2018 City Council voted to ban fireworks in the following subdivisions and areas of Highland: Beacon Hills Subdivision; Bull River Subdivision, drainage areas, and surrounding property; Chamberry Fields Subdivision; 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; Hunter Ridge Subdivision; Lone Peak High School; Mercer Hollow Subdivision; Mitchell Hollow Park and drainage areas; Mouth of American Fork Canyon; 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.

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 and inspection checklist to help protect your home.