Hurricane Valley Fire District Honored as May 2021 Business of the Month

The Hurricane Valley Chamber of Commerce is pleased to honor the Hurricane Valley Fire District as the May 2021 Business of the Month.

The men and women of Hurricane Valley Fire SSD are committed to providing the highest level of public safety protection and response to Eastern Washington County and the Southwest Region of Utah through participating in the Region IV All Hazards Team.

These dedicated men and women protect lives, property, and the environment through fire suppression, emergency medical and transportation services, disaster services, hazardous materials response, technical rescue, EOD team participation, SWAT medic response, fire prevention services and public education.

The Hurricane Valley Fire District covers 563 square miles in Washington County including the areas of Babylon Mills Recreation Area, Blacks Canyon, Copper Hills, Coral Canyon, Cottonwood Wash, Dixie Springs, Gooseberry Mesa Recreation Trail, Grafton, Harrisburg Junction, Hurricane City, Hurricane Hill, Iron Bridge, Kolob Reservoir, LaVerkin, Leeds, Mayflower, Parunuweap Canyon, Pine Valley Oak Grove Recreational Area, Quail Creek State Park, Riverwood, Red Cliffs, Rockville, Sand Mountain Recreation Area, Springdale, Sunset View, Toquerville, Virgin, Warner Valley, Washington City and Washington County Regional Sports Park.

The Hurricane Valley Fire District was formed on December 18th, 2007 and on July 1, 2010 the Hurricane Volunteer Fire Department, LaVerkin City Fire Department, Leeds Area Fire & Rescue, Virgin Fire Department and Toquerville Fire Department joined the district.  Rockville/Springdale Fire Protection District merged into the district in 2019.

The staff making up the Hurricane Valley Fire District are some of the most dedicated, selfless people of our community.  We express our sincere appreciation to them for their willingness to serve and often risk their lives for the people and visitors’ of Southern Utah.