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  • Quick Reference Information

    "911 Packet"
    Roy City Fire and Rescue has a program called the "911 Packet." Although this program is designed for all Roy residents, the main focus is on the senior citizen population and those living alone.

    The 911 Packet contains personal medical information that can be given to, or found easily by fire department personnel, paramedics, and emergency medical technicians (EMT) in the case of an emergency. It contains vital information that may be needed to provide medical care such as medical history, medications, doctor's name(s), etc.

    There is no charge for the program.

    Packets can be obtained at the Roy Fire Department - Administrative Offices, or by clicking the link below.

    File of Life.pdf
    Burning Information

    Permissible Recreational Fires

    When not prohibited by other laws, or by other officials having jurisdiction and provided that a nuisance is not created; the following types of open burning are permissible without the necessity of securing a permit:

    R307-202-6 Utah Administrative Code
    1. In devices for the primary purpose of preparing food such as outdoor grills and fireplaces.
    2. Campfires and fires used solely for recreational purposes where such fires are under control of a responsible person 18 years or older.
    3. In indoor fireplaces and residential solid fuel burning devices.
    • Fire must not be larger than 3 feet in diameter.
    • Burning of any material other than firewood, charcoal briquettes, propane or liquefied propane gas is prohibited.
    • Roy City Fire Department reserves the right to order fire to be extinguished at any time.
    Recreational fires shall not be conducted within 25 feet (7620 millimeters) of a structure or combustible material. Conditions which could cause a fire to spread within 25 feet (7620 millimeters) of a structure shall be eliminated prior to ignition.

    Open burning, recreational fires shall be constantly attended until the fire is extinguished. A minimum of one portable fire extinguisher equipment shall be available for immediate utilization, such as:
    • Dirt
    • Garden hose
    • Sand
    • Water barrel
    • Water truck

    Non-Permissible Burning

    • Burning of waste material prohibited
    • Weeds, grass, bines or other growth may be burned only during permitted season with applicable permits.
    • No burning of accelerants such as gasoline, kerosene, lacquer thinner or other petroleum products are allowed.
    • Burning of paper products of any kind will not be allowed.
    • No burning of any material which may cause severe air pollution.
    Fire Code Information

    Fire Code Regulations

    Address Numbers
    New and existing buildings shall have approved address numbers in a position to be plainly legible and visible for the street or road fronting the property.

    Burning Objects
    Lighted match, cigarettes, cigars, or other burning objects shall not be discarded in such a manner that could cause ignition of other combustible materials.

    Fire Access Lane
    Fire code requires that all posted and painted fire lanes shall not be obstructed in any manor, including the parking of vehicles. It is a violation of the fire code to park or obstruct a fire access lane. The owner of a vehicle in a fire lane can be cited for violation of the state fire code.

    Fire Department Notification
    1. In the event an unwanted fire occurs on a property, the owner or occupant shall immediately report such conditions to the fire department.
    2. This regulation requires the fire department to be notified of all fires occurring so that a proper report and investigation can be done. This is designed to prevent loss of property by a concealed fire going unreported; requiring arson fire to be reported an if corrective action is needed to prevent the fire from occurring again.

    Fire Hydrant Regulations

    Fire Hydrant Obstruction
    Posts, fence, vehicles, growth, trash, storage and other materials or objects shall not be placed within three feet of fire hydrants, fire department connections or fire department control valves in a manner that would prevent such equipment from being immediately accessible.

    Clear Space Around Hydrants
    A three foot clear space shall be maintained around the circumference of fire hydrants except as otherwise required or approved.

    Parking Obstructions
    No vehicles or trailers shall be permitted to park within red painted curbs or within three feet of a fire hydrant.

    Painting & Maintenance
    All scheduled painting and maintenance shall be coordinated through the Roy City Water Department and Fire Marshal.
    Winter Fire Safety Tips
    Here are some suggestions to help prevent fires and expedite our emergency response during the winter months:
    1. Do not place discarded fireplace ashes in plastic containers or cardboard boxes. Place them outside in a metal container with a small amount of water. Ashes hold heat for up to 48 hours and can reignite when mixed with combustible products.
    2. Use only recommended fuels in your fireplace.
    3. Remove the snow from all driveways and sidewalks.
    4. If you have a fire hydrant on or near your property, please keep it clear of all snow.
    5. After a heavy snow storm, clear the snow from all roof flues.
    6. If you have elderly neighbors, check on them to see if they need help clearing the snow from their property.
    7. When you see a fire truck, ambulance, or other emergency vehicles, please pull over to the right side of the road and come to a complete stop until they pass.
    8. Keep your chimney clean. If you need to clean your chimney, brushes are available at Station Number 1, 5051 South 1900 West, to be used for one day free of charge.
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