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Community Education

The Weber Fire District's dedication to serving the community goes beyond firefighting and emergency response. We take pride in fostering a safe and informed community through our commitment to community education.

The District believes that a well-informed community is a safer community. Our mission extends beyond responding to emergencies; we strive to equip residents with the knowledge and skills they need to prevent, mitigate, and navigate potential hazards. Our programs enable individuals of all ages to make informed decisions, creating a more prepared community. Your safety is our priority. 



Weber Fire District offers expert CPR/AED training conducted by highly trained professionals. The classes cover

a range of courses:

(Courses are $50)

  • Heartsaver

  • Hands only CPR

  • ACLS

  • BLS

  • PALS

The diverse course options give participants access to valuable knowledge that can make a significant difference in emergency situations.

For more information or to

schedule your class call

Weber Fire District at 801-782-3580 or

e-mail Medical Lieutenant Jen Young at

Safety Brigade

Safety Brigade, a group of dedicated Weber Fire Employees, whose initiative instills safety awareness early on. They spread general safety tips and crucial fire safety lessons through informative safety shows in local schools, participation in special events, and their active presence on social media. With their professional expertise, Safety Brigade contributes to enhancing community safety consciousness.

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Pumper Pete, Halligan Harry, Sparky, Captain Stashe, Extinguisher Eddy.

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Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT) play a vital role in disaster preparedness. These teams are specifically trained to respond effectively in the crucial first 72 hours following a disaster, when immediate assistance is often limited.

CERT training equips private citizens with essential skills to manage their own needs in the aftermath of a disaster. This training empowers individuals to act and provide assistance to their communities during times of crisis.

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