Safety & Preparedness

Every owner on the Mountain is responsible for contributing to and fostering a safe environment in which we can live and play. Common sense and some advance planning provide a good start for promoting a safe and pleasant place for all owners, our families and friends.

Fire Restrictions

IMPORTANT: To insure the safety of the mountain, our owners and guests the following are strictly forbidden:

  • open fires
  • fireworks
  • discharging firearms
  • outside burning of any materials
  • igniting any types of fuel

 You can find more information about fires, fire restrictions and updates at utahfireinfo.gov.

No Open Fires or Fireworks

Timber Lakes has a Zero-Tolerance Open Fires and Fireworks Policy. We must take this seriously – the consequences may be too great! Please remind your family, guests and neighbors of our rules and the reason we have them. Report any dangerous activity (especially during wildfire season) to TLPOA security at (435) 785-8764 and, when necessary, the Fire Department at 911 – both of whom will issue citations.

Timber Lakes Fire Station

2085 Timber Lakes Drive
Wasatch County and Wasatch County Fire District have constructed a volunteer fire station to serve the residents of the Timber Lakes Community. The station provides storage of fire apparatus to allow for faster response times to residents in the Timber Lakes community during all seasons and road conditions.

Apparatus housed at the Timber Lakes Station include:

  • GMC Structural/Wildland fire apparatus
  • 1200 gallon tactical wildland water tender
  • 4000 gallon AM General water tender
  • 2 Wildland fast attack trucks

For the most complete information about the fire station, check the Wasatch County Fire website by clicking here.

Fire District Letter Addressing Fire Insurance

The Wasatch County Fire Chief has written a letter addressing Fire Insurance for property owners in Timber Lakes. You can download that letter by clicking here ==> fire-district-letter-addressing-insurance.

Emergency Notification System

Wasatch County has created a communications system that notifies residents of local emergency situations, such as fire, flood, toxic environmental issues and other urgencies. This system is a “reverse 911” notification. As you know, in the event of an emergency, you can dial 911 and be connected with police, fire or medical emergency dispatchers. With the Emergency Notification System, the County will contact you to inform you of an emergency in the area. Timber Lakes owners can register with the County to be placed in the Emergency Notification database. You can elect to be notified by text, email, or by a call to your home, mobile or work.

To register for the Wasatch County Emergency Notification System, click here.