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Make a Plan

Learn more about preparing for a disaster situation in Salt Lake City

Become a CERT Team Member

Learn skills on helping your neighborhood after a disaster.  Join the team

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Build a Kit

A 96-hour emergency kit is recommended for all SLC residents

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SLC Emergency Management offers many training and emergency exercise opportunities

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Be Informed

Learn how to best receive emergency alerts from government authorities

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Contact Us

Contact one of our staff members for non-emergency requests, such as requesting training

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Is your home or business near the foothills of Salt Lake City?  Contact us for a free assessment of your property and receive tips to protect your occupancy from a wildland fire

Build a Kit, Build a Plan

All Salt Lake City residents are encouraged to build a 96 hour kit to use in the event of a disaster.  Learn how to build a kit for you and your family.

Sign Up for Emergency Alerts

Sign up for emergency alerts for your cell phone or via email using the Salt Lake County emergency alert system.

Contact Information

For any emergency situation, including reports of carbon monoxide alarm activations, please call 911.  To reach our after hours non-emergency dispatch office, please dial 801.799.4231.

Headquarters / Fire Museum

475 S 300 E
Salt Lake City UT, 84111

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