Galand Fire Department Annual Salmon Fry – It’s getting close!!

It’s getting close to that time of the year again. That one weekend that Garland actually has lines forming for something! That’s right – the annual Garland Fire Department Salmon Fry will be here before you know it. Saturday, June 5th is the day to mark on your calender. We start serving at 3pm. We finish up at 9pm. If you haven’t been in a couple years, things are different. The lines move faster than ever with our recent fire department renovation that was finished up just before the event last year. We won’t lie to you – there is some waiting, but not like there has been years prior. We have more room for people to stay and eat at the gym and enjoy the all you can eat option. We have improved the take out line, so there is minimal waiting for some great food not to mention it all goes to a great cause.

We have also embraced technology and it’s a bonus for you. You can now purchase your tickets online! And, when you do, you will even save a few bucks in the process. You don’t have to find a Garland Firefighter to buy your tickets, you don’t have to drive to Garland to get your tickets, do it all at the comfort of your computer at your home or office. Just buy them here with the link and instructions below, and we’ll have tickets ready and waiting for you at will-call the day of the salmon fry! All we ask is you bring the printed receipt with you. How easy can it get! Tickets are on sale now. Adults are $13.00 online and kids are $6.50. After June 1st, (including at the door) tickets go to $15.00 for adults and $7.00 for kids, so get your tickets now.

Update: You can still purchase your tickets on line, but the pre sale price is now over. The regular prices are now in effect. $15.00 for adults and $7.50 for children.

Of course if you still want to do it the old fashion way, just find a Garland Firefighter and any of us will be happy to get you tickets. If you have any questions you can call me, FF Steve Harrington, at 435-452-1952 with any questions.

We’ll see you at the Salmon Fry!

Follow these easy instructions and get your Salmon Fry tickets online!
1. Using the Meal Options pull down menu below, just choose the first type of meal ticket you’d like. Click ‘Add to Cart’.
2. You will be taken to a Paypal page, you can then select how many of those meal tickets you need.
3. If you need another type (or types) of meal tickets, for example children’s meal tickets , you will need to click the ‘Continue Shopping’ button.
4. Back at the Garland Fire page now, use the Meal options pull down menu again to choose the other type of meal ticket you need, and click ‘Add to Cart’.
5. You will be taken back to the Paypal page, where you then select how many of those meal tickets you need again.
6. Once you have selected all the tickets you need, click on the ‘Proceed to Checkout’ button.
7. Follow the instructions to checkout. You do NOT need a Paypal account to purchase tickets. You have the option to use MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express. Just click the blue ‘Continue’ link under bold ‘Don’t have a Paypal account?’ heading at the bottom of the page. You will be prompted for your credit card information at this point.
8. Print out the receipt (plus you will have one emailed to you as well) and bring that with you the day of the Salmon Fry. We will have tickets for you at Will call.

If you have any problems or just need help, send an email to and I’ll do what I can to help you out.

Tickets are no longer on sale online. We still have tickets available however. You can purchase tickets at the door.
Thank you for your support.

Garland FD take fire prevention on the road!

On Wednesday, April 21 a few members from the Garland Fire Department and the Box Elder County fire marshal, Greg Martz, took the state smoke trailer and headed out west. We visited with kids at Snowville, Park Valley and Grouse Creek schools to talk about fire prevention/safety and let them experience the state’s smoke trailer. We talked with the kids on what to do during a fire, lessons on when and how to call 911 and a little bit about wildland urban interface awareness. The kids took turns trying on turnout gear and getting a little bit of an idea what it’s like to walk in a firefighter’s boots. The firefighters that went had a great time, as the kids welcomed us with lots of questions and smiles despite the gloomy, rainy weather. It sure looked liked the kids has a lot of fun also.

They all got a chance to go through the smoke trailer as well. The trailer is full of lessons on fire safety. How to be safe in all around the home to include in the kitchen with small kids around and what a smoke detector sounds like even. A few kids even to make a practice call to 911! The best part was when they all gathered in a bedroom setting and the room filled with smoke. The kids were all taught to stay calm and how to exit their room when they can’t get out their door. The children all did great by remaining calm and climbing out an available window. The kids were treated to all kinds of prizes by the time it was all over. Thanks kids for the warm welcome we’ll see you next year.

Fire prevention lessons are an important part of any fire department’s job. If you would like the Garland Fire Department to visit your school or organization just get in touch with us. Or, with a little planning any group or organization, young or old, will be more than welcome to come by our station for a tour.