Emergency Management

Emergency Manager

Emergency Manager: Chris Crowley 435.333.1532

Emergency management coordinates all functions of the public and private sector to prepare for and respond effectively to natural or man-made emergency conditions. Summit County communities are at seasonal risk of emergency events from wildfires, flooding, severe winter storms, drought and animal and human health epidemics.  With two major interstate highways and a railroad crossing the County, we are also subject to hazardous materials spills. Emergency management conducts detailed risk assessments of those hazards and assists our public and private partners to prepare for and addresses those hazards. We do this through the development and exercise of emergency response and communications plan, policies and practices.


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Emergency Management Plan (Revised January 2014)

Emergency Services in Summit County
Park City Fire District
North Summit Fire District
South Summit Fire District: 435-783-5506
Summit County Search and Rescue
Summit County Sheriff's Office

Hazard Maps
Earthquake Map - Summit County
Wildland Fire Map - Summit County
Floodplain Map - Summit County

Disaster Preparedness Links

  1. State Forester Issues Fire Restriction Order in Summit County

    The State Forester has issued a Fire Restriction Order in Summit County, restricting all open burns, including fireworks, cutting, grinding and welding. Cigarette smoking is also restricted, unless smoking takes place in an area clear of vegetation. Read On...
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