• We’re committed to making your situation better

    Karl Lieb - Fire Chief
  • The greatest responsibility of a firefighter is to interrupt the darkest day in a person’s life and give hope.

    Karl Steadman - Assistant Chief - Operations
  • Contribute to the safety of your family and community by learning CPR. 

    It saves lives.

    Mike Fox - Medical Division Chief
  • To be welcomed into a stranger’s home, arms wide open –

    that’s community, and SLC Fire is grateful to be a part of such

    an amazing community!

    Darby Egbert - Community Outreach Coordinator
  • Creating defensible space is the best way to protect yourself from wildfiire

    Ryan Mellor - Fire Marshal
  • We take pride in our vehicles and equipment so that we are prepared to perform 24/7.

    Chris Milne - Logistics Chief
  • We train using the most innovative methods in the fire service today.

    Les Goodwin - Training Chief

How can we provide better service?

If you've received service from us, or seen the fire department in your neighborhood, please let us know what you thought.

Listen Live

Listen to our live radio stream to hear what’s going on.  Note: Periods of long inactivity are common

Radio Jargon

Following are some common terms you may hear on our radio channel

10-39: Lights and siren response

Copy:  I hear you and understand

PAR: Are you and your crew OK?

PMA Transport:  Paramedic escorting the patient to hospital

All Clear:  A search for victims has been conducted.  No victims found

Fully Involved:  An object, (house, car, etc), is engulfed in flames

Loss Stopped:  The incident is no longer a threat to property

PAR: Personnel accountability report

Meet The Team

Our Full Organizational Chart Can Be Found Here
Karl Lieb
Karl Lieb
Fire Chief
Robert McMicken
Robert McMicken
Deputy Chief
Clair Baldwin
Clair Baldwin
Assistant Chief
Karl Steadman
Karl Steadman

Assistant Chief