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SAFE &

SOUND

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WELCOME TO PROVO

The safety of our community is our priority!  Efficient and effective communication with everyone in a crisis whether it be a power outage, natural disaster, a fire or police related situation.

Here are a few different important numbers to utilize:

Police/Fire Non-Emergency- 801-852-6210

Power outage- 801-852-6200

Sign up for emergency alerts at alerts.utahcounty.gov

NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH

Have you heard about Provo's Neighborhood Program? If not, you are missing out! Every Neighborhood in Provo City has a social media site and meets regularly (either virtually or in person) To see what neighborhood you live in click the link below.

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CHIPPER DAYS

Provo Fire Department  has received multiple questions about Provo Chipper Days and have realized that there has been some misunderstanding as to the areas it will take place. The chipping program is meant for residents with a property that borders the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI). The WUI is an area where development exists next to undeveloped land. This area presents a high-hazard as wildfires in the WUI can quickly spread into neighborhoods. For Phase 2 neighborhoods, we will be contacting individual homeowners bordering the WUI about what they can do to mitigate risk. If you don’t live near the WUI and you have yard debris that needs to be removed, the spring cleanup Provo sponsors will begin on March 29th.

SEE SOMETHING? SAY SOMETHING

If you see a safety concern, crime or another matter you feel needs addressed please call us.