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Tooele Fire Information
Tooele County Emergency Management is working with Tooele County Landfill to dedicate space for fire related waste. Fire waste cannot be mixed in the regular landfill. Landfill operators are in the process of creating space for this type of waste, however they do not anticipate being ready to accept large amounts of fire waste until Thursday July 28th. Their operating hours are 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
Take some time to browse our website for helpful emergency preparedness tips. You can also follow the links found at the Links tab at the top to check out other helpful websites, such as Ready.Gov. As always, we want to encourage you to develop a Family Disaster Plan and begin storing emergency supplies such as food and water and a Disaster Supplies Kit. The information contained here will help you accomplish those tasks. For your convenience, we’ve also attached a printable copy of the Family Emergency Preparedness Guide. Just follow the link below. Thanks for stopping by. Good luck with all of your emergency preparedness efforts.
When a major disaster strikes Utah, volunteers who know how to open and operate Red Cross-supported temporary shelters in their neighborhood schools will have the ability to help their community survive and recover more effectively.
This is the official website for Tooele County’s governmental services. Located about 30 minutes from Salt Lake City, Tooele County affords a unique and desirable quality of life that is unsurpassed in the Rocky Mountain region. Tooele County offers an inviting rural setting that speaks volumes of the American West along with its share of year-round recreational opportunities to enjoy.
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