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Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District Website

This website is a resource for the Frederick-Firestone communities to learn more about the Fire Protection District, keep up-to date on important safety information, and learn more about safety classes that we offer.


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Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District to host Community Safety Day Aug. 18 at Crist Park in Frederick

Frederick, Colorado  – The Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District will host a Community Safety day on August 18, 2016, from 4 to 8 p.m. in conjunction with the Frederick Farmers’ Market at Crist Park, 105 5th St., in Frederick.

The event will focus on fire safety and prevention and will include the Carbon Valley Rotary Fire Safety House, free blood pressure checks, child car seat safety inspections and installations, CodeRED Emergency Notification Opt-in sign up for all Weld County residents and Weather Radio Alert giveaways, 72-hour home survival kits, smoke detectors and CO Detectors will also be on display.

Come out, talk to firefighters, learn about being safe, explore a fire engine and most of all have fun!

Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District Welcomes New Board Members

During its monthly Board of Directors meeting on Monday, May 9, 2016, the Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District swore in three board members and appointed all five board members to the roles they will serve on the District’s Board of Directors for the next two years.

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Frederick-Firestone Fire District, Frederick Police Recognize Citizen

During the Town of Frederick’s Board meeting on March 22, 2016, the Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District and Frederick Police Department honored and recognized Frederick resident Ross McFadden who displayed quick thinking and actions in the face of danger resulting in the preservation of life and property.

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Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District Recognizes, Honors Citizens

During the Town of Frederick’s Board meeting on October 13, 2015, the Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District honored and recognized four community members who displayed great compassion and service to a fellow human being experiencing a life threatening medical event.

Mary Fisher, Tiffany Chavez, Robert Auckly and Firefighter Nate Kelley each received a commendation from Frederick-Firestone F.P.D.

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FFFPD Promotes 2, Welcomes 4

On Oct. 12, 2015, the Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District celebrated two promotions and welcomed three EMT/FFs and one new Auxiliary member.

Lt. Ryan Baxley promoted to the rank of Captain and EMT/Firefighter Jeremy Futrell promoted to Lieutenant. The District also welcomed four new members EMT/FF Joseph DiLisio, EMT/FF Michael Miller, EMT/FF John Walker and Auxiliary Public Education Technician Patrick Hemken.

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Be Alert: Receive the Call Before the Storm

With severe weather season here it is important to make sure you are prepared. One of the first steps in being prepared is signing up for severe weather warnings through CodeRED Weather Warning.
By visiting www.weld911alert.com, residents can sign up for alerts through Weld County. Once signed up residents will receive alerts on severe thunderstorms, flash floods and tornadoes, which will be delivered via phone call, text, e-mail or a combination of all three, based on your specific preference.
Only residents in the direct path of severe weather will receive alerts after a warning is issued by the National Weather Service. Listen carefully to the message and take immediate action, if indicated, to protect yourself and your loved ones.
Also, download the free CodeRED Mobile Alert app today to stay informed of community, emergency and severe weather alerts directly on your mobile device. The app is geo-aware, meaning that you will only receive alerts that impact your specific location.
Having an NOAA Weather Alert Radio is another way to make sure you receive local alerts. Also, it is critical to come up with an emergency plan with family and friends should you be separated during an event. By being prepared and using common safety sense, residents should be able to avoid a situation where serious injury or death could be the final outcome.