Plain City Public Safety

Under the direction of the Mayor, Fire Chief, and City Council, the Public Safety Department is responsible for management of the City’s public safety and community policing programs. These include permanently staffed ambulance from 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. (other hours staffed by volunteers), Plain City’s law enforcement services contract with the Weber County Sheriff’s Department and contracts for law enforcement support services, including patrol helicopter, animal control, district attorney, probation, crossing guard, and special legal services. ┬áThe Public Safety Department manages the day-to-day operation of the Plain City Fire Station and provides clerical and other staff support as required.

Plain City Fire Station
4132 W 2200 N
Plain City, Utah 84404

Weber County Sheriff’s Office provides all direct law-enforcement services for Plain City. The Sheriff’s Office also contracts with the U. S. Forest Service to strengthen security in the Wasatch-Cache National Forest.
They provide School Resource Officers in three high schools and three junior high schools and direct the NOVA program in fourteen elementary schools throughout the county. As participating members of the Youth Court program, the Weber County Sheriff’s Office helps youth understand the importance of good citizenship.

Weber County Sheriff’s Complex/Jail
721 West 12th Street
Ogden, Utah 84404

Law Enforcement
(801) 778-6600
(801) 778-6700

Weber County Animal Services’ Mission:
To provide public safety and protect the health and welfare of the animals in our communities.

A responsible community where all animals are safe from abuse and neglect and are provided a quality life.

We value each employee, volunteer and community partner who contributes to the humane treatment of animals. We operate in an atmosphere of open and honest communication.

1373 N 750 W
Ogden, Utah 84404
Office: 801-399-8244

This program is sponsored by all city and county municipalities in Weber County and is to be used by all residents living within Weber County. Please register phone numbers and email addresses so that you will be able to receive emergency notifications. Registration allows emergency officials to notify citizens and businesses of emergency situations including possible flooding, Amber Alerts, weather dangers, evacuation notices, and other emergency events on your cell phone.
The system is tied to your home address, not the physical location of your cell phone. This means once you register, you will receive notifications related to your neighborhood regardless of where you are.
Recorded voice messages will be sent to cell phones and additional land lines that you register, and written messages will be sent to email and text devices. The system is designed to make multiple attempts to connect with lines that are not answered or ring busy.
By registering, you acknowledge that any service costs from your cell phone provider for notifications are your responsibility.