The Cedar Mountain Fire Protection District (CMFPD) will hold a PUBLIC HEARING to amend the BUDGET for the calendar year beginning January 1, 2020. In connection therewith the CMFPD is proposing to provide DUST MITIGATION SERVICE with a new fee of $85.00 per year per parcel which will be in addition to its yearly fire prevention, suppression, and emergency medical service fee, and snow removal fees.  The increase would be necessary to provide dust mitigation which will be discussed at this public hearing. 

If the proposed fee is implemented, each property within the CMFPD Service Area will be charged an additional $85 Dust Mitigation fee per year beginning with the 2020 tax year.

A Public Hearing on the proposed Budget and proposed fee increase will be held at the following time and place:                    

                                                     Saturday, August 22, 2020

 6:00 p.m.

CMFPD Main Fire Station

3620 N. Mammoth Creek Road, Duck Creek Village, UT 84762


At the time and place set above, all interested persons are invited to attend electronically.


 CALL IN INFORMATION:  Meeting call in # 435-676-9000 participant code 168030# 

(This is a local call within the South Central service area)


To speak at the meeting email your name and phone no. to klblomquist@kane.utah.gov, by August 21 at 5:00 PM.  Your phone no. will be unmuted and you will be invited to speak.



All Persons wishing to give written opinions may email then to klblomquist@kane.utah.gov and they will be disbursed to the entire board.





Please see Wood Disposal Pit link to the left for updated information. July 16, 2020



July 15, 2020 Notice

The Cedar Mountain Fire Protection District (CMFPD) is seeking input from the property owners within the district about the idea of adding dust abatement as an additional service to the special service district.

This idea is in the discussion phase and the county commissioners would like to determine the level of support for this idea. Please send your input and comments to cmfpdwh@scinternet.net 

If it is determined that the majority of property owners in the district would like this service, CMFPD would administer this new service and decisions regarding the details of the service would be made by the administrative control board of CMFPD. It is anticipated that the majority of the public roads within the district would have a dust control agent applied to them (several options are being researched) on an annual basis to help control the dust.

It has been estimated that this service could be accomplished with a fee of approximately $60-75 per lot. This would be a new fee, similar to the current fees assessed by CMFPD, ie - snow removal & Fire/EMS. 100% of the fees collected by the district would stay in the district and could ONLY be used for dust abatement.

Please provide your input to this email. There will be public hearings, in addition to this input gathering, that will happen if support for the service is adequate. 

Thank you for your help.





Effective Date:  6-26-2020 @12:01 am.  

Please see the following Everbridge notification and the attachments at the bottom of this page for restrictions information and map:

This is a message from Kane County Emergency Services. 

As we enter the July 4th weekend, it is important to note that fire restrictions are in place in all unincorporated areas of Kane County.  This includes fires of any kind except in firepits in improved campgrounds, picnic sites, and homes where running water is present.  Fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the county outside of established cities and towns.  Check your city’s regulations for where fireworks may be used.  Fireworks are not allowed anywhere on Cedar Mountain.  Cutting, grinding, welding, and smoking in areas of dry vegetation is also prohibited.  Violators will be cited and fined.  (See the full set of restrictions below.)

We also want to remind everyone that the COVID-19 pandemic is still alive, and that the Southwest Region of Utah is experiencing an increase in positive cases.  Kane County will see large numbers of visitors in our communities this weekend.  Please remember to practice social distancing, wash your hands, and stay home if you are ill or part a vulnerable population.  If you can’t maintain social distancing, wearing of face coverings is recommended.  Kane County has one new case today for a total of seven.  It is likely that we will see additional cases in the coming days.  Please do your part to keep yourself and those you interact with safe by following correct hygiene principles.

We hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday weekend in Kane County.

Fire Restrictions:

Due to current and forecasted weather conditions coupled with the extremely dry conditions in southwestern Utah, the State Forester, in consultation with the county commission, has determined that measures must be taken to prevent the ignition of forest and rangeland fires. Therefore, pursuant to Utah State Law, Section 65A-8-212, the following acts are prohibited in the areas described below until rescinded by the Utah State Forester:

1. Setting, building, maintaining, attending or using open fires of any kind, except within the facilities designated for them in improved campgrounds, picnic areas or home sites where running water is present.

2. Smoking, except within an enclosed vehicle, trailer or building, a developed recreation site or while stopped in an area that is paved or free from dry vegetation.
3. Discharging or using any kind of fireworks, tracer ammunition or other pyrotechnic devices including exploding targets.
4. Cutting, welding or grinding metal in areas of dry vegetation.
5. Operating a motorcycle, chainsaw, ATV, or other small internal combustion engine without an approved and working spark arrestor.

The following persons are exempted from the above prohibitions: 



1. Persons with a permit or waiver specifically authorizing a specified act at a specific location.

2. Any on-duty firefighter in the performance of an official duty.
Area Description: All unincorporated private and all state lands within the following area: All of Beaver, Garfield, Kane, and Iron counties. This order does not affect private lands within incorporated towns or city limits.
Any of the above acts is a violation of state law and is punishable by up to 6 months in jail and a fine of up to $1,000. These restrictions will be enforced by county law enforcement.







For current board meeting agendas, public hearings, and meeting minutes please follow these links:


Board Meeting Agenda

Public Hearing Notices

Meeting Minutes


Due to Covid-19 the Cedar Mountain Fire Protection District's Annual Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser has been CANCELLED! 




Until further notice, all CMFPD Board business will be handled during the Kane County Commissioners’ Meetings.



For further information please go to kane.utah.gov



On the top of the page go over to “Contact” where a drop down menu will come up; then go to the bottom and click on “Directory”.  On the left side of this page you will scroll down to “County Commission” and click on it.  This page will give you all the information for upcoming meetings and their agendas.





Wade Heaton has been appointed CMFPD’s temporary District Manager.  If you have questions, concerns or would like to discuss what direction you, as a property owner, would like to see this district go in, please feel free to email Wade Heaton at: cmfpdwh@scinternet.net or call: (435) 691-1997






The CMFPD BOARD MEETING - Scheduled to take place on 3/14/2020 has been CANCELLED. Due to inclement weather and the State of Utah mandates against meetings of more that 20 people. Please check back for updates and a reschedule date for the March Board Meeting.



Archive Community Announcements:


Falcon's Nest Fire 2-23-2019


It has been brought to our attention that individuals are posting issues they may have had with the 911 Emergency calling system.  It is the CMFPD's opinion that calling 911 is the best way to report an emergency.  Please Do Not call your local fire department even though we are now a 24/7 manned station. The reason for that is that the phones are not manned 24/7 as the crews may be out of the station dealing with an emergency at the time you call in.  However our local Dispatch Center is manned 24/7 with 911 calls being answered 24/7.  I know things are stressful when reporting an emergency but using the 911 system is still the best option when reporting an emergency.


Also I would like to take this opportunity to inform our residents of the need to keep your propane tanks cleared of snow.  Equally important is the need to keep the regulator for the propane where it enters the structure clear of snow.  In extreme cold conditions these regulators can fail and cause fires and explosions.  This is the second regulator malfunction due to snow covered regulators and propane storage tanks being snow covered that CMFPD has responded to in the last two weeks.  Fortunately only the second incident resulted in an explosion.


Thank you for your cooperation,


Casey Tuttle, Fire Chief CMFPD