Weber Fire District was created as a special service area in 1982 by the Weber County Commissioners. Prior to its creation, the district was known as the
Weber County Fire Department.
The District provides emergency fire and medical services to all of the unincorporated areas of Weber County, and the incorporated cities of Farr West, Hooper, Huntsville,
Marriott-Slaterville, West Haven and Uintah.
The District covers a geographical area of approximately
515 square miles of land area with an estimated
population of 51,000.
Click below for a map of the
Weber Fire District.
The Mission of the Weber Fire District is to:
Care, Prepare, and Respond by:
Caring for our citizens, our communities, each other, and all aspects of our Jobs;
Preparing through prevention, Training, Physical Fitness, Education, and Outreach;
Responding by Taking Action and Making a Positive Impact.
Our Value Statement:
Integrity – We hold ourselves accountable to the highest level of honesty, truthfulness and ethical conduct.
Professionalism – We are committed to the highest level of professional standards by recruiting and developing highly trained, skilled and motivated employees.
Teamwork – We embrace a spirit of teamwork, empowerment, cooperation, collaboration, communication and community involvement.
Honesty – We are truthful and open in our interactions with each other and with citizens of our community.
Creativity – We encourage innovative and creative approaches to problem solving.
Justice – We treat everyone and all situations in an impartial, equitable, sensitive and ethical manner.
Respect – We believe that all people deserve to be treated with respect, sensitivity and compassion by showing understanding and appreciation for similarities and differences.
Customer service – We strive to gain the public’s confidence and trust by providing friendly, efficient and effective service.
Act with openness, respect, integrity, accountability and equality;
Preserve and promote health, safety and quality of life;
Provide exceptional Public Service.