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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.



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.


Frederick-Firestone Fire District Places AED in Carbon Valley Regional Library

The Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District continued with its mission of serving its communities and the residents who reside in them by placing an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) in the Carbon Valley Regional Library, 7 Park Ave. in Firestone.

Frederick-Firestone FPD began placing AED’s in all schools, and government and community buildings in 2008, and has placed 16 AEDs throughout the community at locations that include all charter elementary, middle, and high schools, government buildings in Frederick and Firestone, and in the Tri-Town Senior/Carbon Valley Gymnastics Center and Saint Vrain State Park.

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Join Us At Our April Community Safety Day

The Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District will host a Community Safety day on April 18, 2015, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Firestone Home Depot, 10858 Jake Jabs Blvd.

The event will include free blood pressure checks, child car seat safety inspections and installations, Weather Radio Alert giveaways. 72-hour home survival kits, smoke detectors and CO Detectors will also be on display.

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Encana Hosts Trench Rescue Training

Encana Oil & Gas coordinated a Trench Rescue Training with Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District and Mountain View Fire Rescue on October 14 at one of its locations in the Town of Frederick. While the objective of the drill was to rescue two individuals who were injured when a ditch caved in, one of the main goals of the training is to ensure the ongoing, well-coordinated response efforts between Encana and local emergency responders.

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New Residential Building Code Gives Homeowners More Time

Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District Division Chief and Fire Marshal Dave Puccetti has worked hard with the Town of Frederick and the Town of Firestone in getting the new 2012 Residential Building Code adopted to improve safety in new single-family homes with unfinished basements, which requires new residential construction to have fire sprinkler system installed in unfinished basements or for the ceiling to be covered with drywall to double occupancy escape times in the event of a fire.

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9/11 Remembrance Ceremony

This morning at 8:38 a.m. Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District, along with several members of the community including the Firestone Police Department, Town of Frederick, Town of Firestone, The Crabon Valley Recreation District and the Carbon Valley Roatury, honored those who we lost on September 11, 2001, and recognized all first responders who still serve in the line of duty.

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