Serving Our Community Since 1957

Moab Valley Fire Department has provided fire protection and emergency response since 1957, and is a thriving volunteer based, professional, all-hazards response organization.

Moab Valley Fire Department provides a variety of emergency and non-emergency services, including fire, Dive Team, hazardous materials, rescue, fire prevention services, and public education.

The members are highly-trained professionals and are proud to serve the citizens of the Moab Valley.

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What a wonderful way to say thank you!! Monument Waste delivered dinner to all 40 of our staff/volunteers on Wednesday, August 5th. The food was amazing and plenty of it! We can’t thank you enough for thinking of us and supporting us! Monument Waste you are the best! ...

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Timeline PhotosREMINDER: Enjoy your Pioneer Day celebrations, and please stay safe. The State of Utah allows fireworks in celebration of Pioneer Day from July 22 through July 25. Fireworks restrictions are in place in Moab and fireworks deemed illegal by Utah are never allowed. Details here: ...

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Moab Valley Fire Department was able to honor David Nissen at our Commission Meeting held July 21st for his outstanding bravery and selflessness when David did not hesitate to help two individuals who were stuck trying to get off a roof where the home was engulfed with fire on July 17th! Thank you once again, David, for your heroic actions! ...

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Here is some information for the fireworks planned for the 4th of July. This is for the fireworks at Lions Back. Fireworks on unincorporated land are not legal this year due to the fire hazard. ...

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Public Meeting Notices

The latest agendas and past meeting minutes are available on the Utah Public Meeting Notice website.  Click here to access that site.