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Lindon City Police Department

Chief of Police, Josh Adams

Residents of Lindon City are served by our own Lindon City Police Department. Police Chief Josh Adams, Sergeant Joshua Edwards, Corporal David Welcker, Detective Marc Wright, Detective Matt Barlow, Detective Curtis Campbell, Officer John Lloyd, Officer Tony Weinmuller, Officer Jacob Simmons, Officer Jeremy Christensen, Officer Derek Clegg, Officer Orlando Ruiz, Officer Alex Winder, Officer Cody Sampson and Reserve Officer Travis Nye along with Records Clerk Barbara Allen, Front Desk Receptionist Taryn Christensen and Emergency Management Coordinator Kelly Johnson. The Lindon City Police Department began serving Lindon residents full time on Tuesday, July 1, 2008.

Lindon Public Safety Building
90 North State Street
Police Department Office open 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m Monday - Friday


Open Burn Information

The state Department of Environmental Quality issued the dates when open burning is possible this year. They have also reminded us of the regulations which require completion and approval of an on-line permit application for anyone wanting to open-burn for any reason. Open burning is considered daily by the DEQ and is allowed only if the “Clearing Index” is high enough to allow it. Completed and approved permits must be on-site with the responsible person at the location of the open burn.  Click here for open burn application.  Click here for the DEQ (Dept. of Environmental Quality) website.


Lindon City is required by State Law to publish notice of unclaimed property that has been acquired through “Found Property Cases”. The intent of this notice is to notify citizens that Lindon City has possession of property and possibly identify owners of said property. If through this process the owner isn’t located, Lindon City’s intent is to dispose of the property by returning the item to the finder of said property, apply the property to a public interest use, sell the property at a public auction and apply proceeds of the sale to a public interest use, or destroy the property if it is unfit for a public interest use or sale. The intended date of disposal will begin June 30, 2017. The following is a general description of the property to be disposed of:

Lindon City has possession of 24 bicycles, ranging from kids to adult sizes, both with single and multiply gearing systems, 1 large electric scooter, 1 massage table, 1 residential safe, 1 backpack, 1 tent, jewelry, various yard tools, hand tools, keys, cell phones, I-pads, I-pods, wallets, gaming electronics, miscellaneous clothing, computer equipment, skateboards, auger bits and Cash.

The contact for the property in question is Sgt. Josh Edwards with Lindon City PD.  Sgt. Edwards can be contacted at 801-769-8600 or by e-mail at

Fire and EMS Services

Full time Fire and EMS service to Lindon City began on July 1, 2008. Personnel of the Orem Department of Public Safety provide full time response to Lindon residents & businesses from our own fire facilities located in the Public Safety Building at 90 N. State Street. The Firefighter/Paramedics responding from the Lindon fire station are highly trained professionals, with Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) capabilities. Three crews of firefighters are assigned full time to work from the Lindon station. Lindon City benefits greatly from the high level of professionalism and additional man-power and equipment accessible to Lindon through our Fire/EMS service contract with Orem City. 

Fireworks Discharge Restrictions

Because of a result of extreme fire danger along our mountain interface and our west wetland area, Lindon City has a permanent fireworks restriction in place (Resolution 2014-4-R). Please help us all to be safe and to protect our beautiful natural environment and watershed. Reference the maps below for exact boundaries. Fireworks are not allowed in all Lindon City Parks (signs will be posted)! 
2016 Lindon City-wide fireworks restriction map
2016 Lindon City foothills fireworks restriction map