Welcome to the North Tooele Fire District
The North Tooele County Fire Protection Service District (DBA, North Tooele County Fire District) was established as a special service district in the State of Utah on October 6, 1987. The District covers a 1,700 square-mile area and serves a population of approximately 16,500 people.
The agency is governed by a Board of Trustees with five elected officials, has approximately 40 firefighters (comprised of full-time, part-time, and volunteer personnel), and two full-time staff members. First responders began operation in 1992 but the organization has since upgraded to EMT-I licensure with the state, and all personnel are certified with Basic EMT, Intermediate EMT, or Paramedic.
The towns of Pine Canyon, Stansbury Park, Lake Point, and the City of Erda are serviced by the District. The four stations house 16 response vehicles and two Hazmat decontamination trailers. In anticipation of the need for a new, larger station at Stansbury Park, the agency began collecting Impact Fees in July 1997. As such, in 2008 the new Stansbury Park Fire Station was built and houses the full-time fire/medical personnel and administration - who also oversees the ever-increasing tasks of maintenance, community risk reduction, and emergency response. The staff is fully trained in fire and EMS to better protect the citizens. NTFD is excited and proud of the services provided to the residents in the various communities and to partner agencies.
IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY, CALL 911
Lake Point Station
Pine Canyon Station
Stansbury Park Station
Fire Chief: Kevin Nunn
The NTFD Board of Trustees selected Chief Kevin Nunn to serve as the new fire chief for the district. He comes to NTFD from Sevierville, Tennessee, with extensive operational, wildland, and administrative experience. Chief Nunn replaced Jay Ziolkowski who has been serving as interim chief since December 2021.
Board of Trustees