Public Safety

Moroni City Police Department

Police Chief Justin Aagard

80 South 200 West
Moroni UT 84646

Phone Numbers:

Emergency:  911

Non-Emergency:
Call Sanpete County Dispatch for all non-emergency issues or concerns: 435-835-2345

Poison Control:  800-465-7707

Animal Control

This community strongly supports Leash and License Laws

General Information

All dogs are required to have a current rabies vaccination. roof of current vaccination is required at the time of license is applied for and shall be good for the whole license period.

All dogs are required to have a current Moroni City license within thirty days after the dog reaches the age of six months.  Licenses are valid for 1 year from date of purchase.

Fees

Spayed or neutered dogs and cats: $10.00 per year
Unaltered dogs and cats: $25.00 per year
Note: It is the pet owner’s responsibility to bring in proof their animal has been altered to receive the discounted price.

Kennel Permit: $250.00 (3 or more dogs)

Dogs Running at Large

It shall be unlawful for any dog to be at large at any time within the corporate limits of the city. The owner or custodian of any dog which is at large without restraint shall be in violation of this section, regardless of the precautions taken to prevent the escape of the dog and regardless of lack of knowledge of the offense at the time it occurs.

Moroni City Fire Department

Fire Chief:  Paul Anderson

Scheduled Meetings: Every Tuesday at 7:30 PM

Burn Permit

You must complete an application in order to obtain a burn permit from the county fire warden. See contact information below.

County Fire Warden: Thomas Peterson

Phone: 435-835-2117

Cell: 435-668-2068

E-mail: thomaspeterson@utah.gov

North Sanpete Ambulance Service

North Sanpete Ambulance

Started February of 1987 as First Responder Organization. Now has three ambulances and operates at the Intermediate level.2

In the Heart of Central Utah