It’s time! The big day is Saturday, June 6th. Salmon Fry tickets are now on sale online! You can use the link below to purchase either dine in or take out tickets at the pre-sale price. Your ticket(s) will be waiting for you at the front of the line for whichever ticket(s) you purchase. Pre-sale prices will be good until Friday, June 5th at midnight.
Salmon Fry TIckets sold Online Here!
If you’d rather not buy online, you can always buy tickets from any Garland Firefighter. Just contact them and they can help you. Tickets will also be available at the door the day of the Salmon Fry. As always, thank you for your support!
Don’t forget, tomorrow, Saturday, April 19th is the Garland Easter Egg hunt! Bring all the kiddos to the Garland Park at 10 AM for the fun! Candy and cash prizes for the kids! Weather is supposed to be great so come join us!
Just a reminder, as we are starting to get some calls, the Annual Garland Salmon BBQ is coming quick. The fundraiser event is always the first Saturday in June. This year it will be Saturday, June 7th. Mark your calendars and watch here and/or our website for updates. Remember you will also be able to purchase you tickets online this year as well. More information to come! And as always, thanks for your support.
4/1/2014- Just after 1430 hrs Garland Fire was paged for a homeowner who had the smell of smoke/electrical smoldering. They reported the smell got worse as the day went on. Turns out it was a faulty satellite box that rarely was used but still plugged in. Over time it apparently was going bad and finally overheated. No damage at all, just a warm satellite box and the piece of mind it was nothing more serious.
3/26/14- At 0050 Garland Fire was paged to provide mutual aid to Tremonton Fire for what was initially called in as a structure fire. Once on scene east of Tremonton area, it was found to have been a wood pile on fire but threatening a building. Possibly embers from a burn early in the day in the area.
3/19/14- The first open burn window is approaching. Starting April 1st, burning may start and go until May 30th. Garland city council has passed a new open burn ordinance in order to comply with the state DAQ requirements. Residents are reminded that you must have a burn permit from the fire department before burning. Other basic requirements necessary to open burn are a clearing index of 500 feet or greater and the burn window must be open. More information on how to obtain a permit and the new ordinance can be found on here:
3/14/14- Garland Fire received a call on possible yard burning taking place. After investigating, the resident was burning illegally. They were made aware of the city’s burn ordinance and asked to extinguish the fire. Residents are reminded that you may only burn between March 30 and May 30, with a burn permit. We will be posting new guidelines soon.