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Colorado Springs Fire Department

The Colorado Springs Fire Department (CSFD) Wildfire Mitigation Section educates community members in the City of Colorado Springs wildland urban interface (WUI) on wildfire risk and how they can reduce their wildfire risk in the event of a wildfire. The CSFD Wildfire Mitigation Section offers the following:

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Crested Butte Fire Protection District

The Crested Butte Fire Protection District is committed to excellence in the protection of life and property and serves the community with professionalism, compassion, and respect. Vision Strive for Excellence Commit to Growth Values Teamwork Integrity Professionalism

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Conifer Wildland Division Community Ambassador Program

Community Ambassadors serve as volunteer liaisons between the Fire Protection Districts and residents of their neighborhood, increasing awareness of wildfire risk and forest health issues. Ambassadors link residents to trusted information and community resources, empowering residents to reduce wildfire risk around homes and in neighborhoods. Community Ambassadors live in the neighborhood they represent. Community Ambassadors:… learn more >

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Boulder West Wildfire Authority

The Boulder West Wildfire Authority (BWWA) consists of two members from each of the following Boulder County Fire Departments: Four Mile Fire Protection, Gold Hill Fire Department, Sugarloaf Fire Department, and Sunshine Fire Protection District. Initially, the BWWA was established as a working group with the primary objective of developing a Community Wildfire Protection Plan… learn more >

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Beulah Fire Department

Making the Beulah Valley a FireWise Community. Our Mission is to protect the lives and property of our residents and visitors from fire and critical health threats. The District will strive to prevent fire and serious injury through comprehensive education and prevention programs. The District will respond quickly and effectively making the best use of… learn more >

Estes Valley Fire Protection District

The Mission of the Estes Valley Fire Protection District is to provide the citizens and guests to the Estes Valley with superior fire prevention, fire protection, and emergency services in a safe and efficient manner.

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Arvada Fire Protection District

Arvada Fire has nearly 200 employees who serve approximately 133,000 citizens. We proudly serve our citizens and each other with dedication, integrity, dependability, courage, and respect. Our mission is to preserve life, property, and the environment.

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Foothills Fire Protection District

The Foothills Fire & Rescue family protects life and property in the community in which we live, with integrity, pride, and professionalism. The district has five firehouses to protect 25 square miles of varied terrain, from newer subdivisions with hydrants to heavily forested rural areas with domestic wells. Foothills is also responsible for responding to… learn more >

Poudre Canyon Fire Protection District

Stretching nearly 60 miles up the Poudre Canyon, our district encompasses nearly 90 square miles. Communities included in the district are Poudre Park, Poudre City or Rustic, Spencer Heights and the Manhattan Creek area. We have approximately 30 volunteers who respond to emergencies such as wildland fires, structure fires, motor vehicle accidents, rafting and climbing… learn more >

Platte Canyon Fire Protection District

Platte Canyon Fire Protection District is a full-service fire agency committed to serving the Bailey community. As a combination department with approximately 13 career firefighter/medics, 22 volunteer firefighters, 10 wildland fire crew members, we respond to medical emergencies, structure and wildland fires, traffic accidents, swift water and ice rescues, HazMat, and more.

Monument Fire District

The Monument Fire District (formerly Tri-Lakes Monument and Wescott Fire) is a career fire department providing fire, rescue, and emergency medical services to the Tri-Lakes region of northern El Paso County. Their mission is to minimize the loss of life and property resulting from fires, medical emergencies, and environmental and other disasters, which is accomplished… learn more >

Hot Sulphur Springs/Parshall Fire Protection District

Hot Sulphur Springs / Parshall Fire Protection District (HSSPFPD), founded in 1956 coverings 250 square miles in Grand County (Colorado) including the areas of Arapaho National Forest, Bar Lazy J Ranch, Copper Creek, Corral Creek, Flat, Hot Sulphur State Wildlife Area, Parshall, Sheriff Creek, Ute Bill Creek & Williams Fork Reservoir.

Grand Junction Fire Department

The mission of Grand Junction Fire Department (GJFD) is to serve the community through emergency response and risk reduction. GJFD actions will be guided by purpose-driven decisions supporting growth and safety while investing in relationships and continuous professional development.

Grand Fire Protection District #1

Grand Fire Protection District No. 1 was formed in 1951 and provides service to an area comprising of 150 square miles in Grand County, Colorado, located in the central Rocky Mountains. The Granby Volunteer Fire Department (est. 1939) is staffed by volunteer and resident firefighters responding out of two stations, operating twelve apparatus. We run… learn more >

Glacier View Fire Protection District

Your Glacier View Fire Department is composed of neighbors and residents just like you. Your Fire Department provides emergency medical, fire suppression, and rescue services to the nearly 1600 residents across 56 square miles of our community. Each year, your volunteers respond to approximately 100 emergency calls, including assisting neighbors in Livermore, Red Feather Lakes,… learn more >

Genesee Fire Rescue

The Genesee Fire Protection District (GFPD) is located just west of Denver at an elevation of 7,800 feet. GFPD includes the communities of Genesee, Genesee Village, and Chimney Creek, and the Genesee Business District and Genesee Town Center. Genesee Fire Rescue (GFR), the operational arm of GFPD, was founded in 1973. GFR is a combination… learn more >

Evergreen Fire/Rescue

Evergreen Fire/Rescue’s Mission – Protect life, property, and the environment through prevention, preparedness, education and emergency response. Our team consists of volunteers and paid staff providing around the clock emergency medical, rescue, and fire suppression services along with fire inspection and education to nearly 26,000 residents across more than 120 square miles.

Elk Creek Fire Protection District

The Elk Creek Wildland division is an organization dedicated to implementing the goals of Fire Adapted Communities within and around its boundaries centered on Conifer, CO in Jefferson County. Elk Creek Fire Protection District’s mission is to encourage and promote fire safety and fire prevention, provide fire suppression and emergency medical services, and make the… learn more >

East Grand County Fire Protection District #4

The East Grand County Fire Protection District No. 4 is dedicated to the preservation and protection of the residents and visitors to the Fraser Valley by providing volunteer firefighters with quality training, a strong fire prevention program, and up-to-date apparatus and equipment. East Grand County Fire Protection District serves the towns of Winter Park, Fraser,… learn more >

Boulder Fire-Rescue

Our City encompasses 27 square miles of land and is surrounded by 71 square miles of city Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP). We respond to more than 10,000 emergencies annually. Fighting structural, wildland and other fires; Responding to medical emergencies, rescue situations, hazardous material releases, and natural disasters; Boulder Fire-Rescue believes that community risk… learn more >

Aspen Fire Protection District

Aspen Fire is comprised of 43 dedicated career and volunteer, emergency service professionals, all of whom are highly capable and proud to serve our wonderful community and our many visitors. Inside the Aspen Fire Protection District boundaries exist some of the most beautiful 87 square miles of the Colorado Rockies, the idyllic city of Aspen,… learn more >

Vail Fire and Emergency Services

Vail Fire and Emergency Services is a department of the Town of Vail. The Department is an all risk fire department providing prevention, mitigation and emergency services to the town and surrounding area. Vail Fire has been highly engaged in wildfire risk reduction in our community since 2007. Over the past 13 years the department… learn more >

Greater Eagle Fire Protection District

Greater Eagle Fire Protection District (GEFPD) includes the fire department that employs 14 career firefighters and 20 volunteer firefighters, who serve a residential population of more than 8,000 citizens in west-central Eagle County. GEFPD provides emergency services to a geographical area of over 190 square miles and includes residential, commercial, rural areas, and federal lands.… learn more >

Eagle River Fire Protection District

Eagle River Fire Protection District (ERFPD)’s primary purpose is to provide fire suppression, rescue, emergency medical, hazardous materials services, fire prevention, and public education to its residents, businesses, and visitors. ERFPD has 5 staffed fire stations, employs approximately 73 personnel, and serves a resident population of around 25,000 people within Eagle County, west and southwest… learn more >

West Metro Fire Rescue

West Metro Fire Rescue is an accredited, all-hazard fire department serving the communities of Lakewood, Wheat Ridge, Morrision, and parts of unincorporated Jefferson and Douglas counties along the west/southwestern edge of the Denver metro area. The West Metro Fire Rescue family is committed to protecting the community’s quality of life through prevention, preparedness, and all-hazards… learn more >

Clear Creek Fire Authority

It is the mission of the Clear Creek Fire Authority to proudly honor the citizens, visitors and neighbors of the CCFA fire district by providing responsive, compassionate and effective services before, during and after an emergency to minimize the loss of life, property and environment.

South Metro Fire Rescue

South Metro Fire Rescue (SMFR) is an all-hazards, full-time fire department that serves a jurisdiction of 287 square miles in Arapahoe, Douglas, and Jefferson Counties with 540,000 residents before, during, and after emergencies. In addition to a robust Risk Reduction Bureau and Fire Marshal’s Office, SMFR also has their own dispatch center, fleet, and 650… learn more >