At one point in your life you have probably come into contact with a firefighter, whether they were teaching you in school about fire safety or if they were responding to an accident you were involved in. But how many of you actually know what a firefighter does on a daily basis? Well this is your chance. This year, from Aug. 20 through Sept. 28, 15 Frederick and Firestone residents will get the chance to learn at our first-ever Citizen Fire Academy. For more information and for an application click here.
Welcome to the
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.
The Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District Board of Directors, together with the Town Boards of Trustees from Frederick and Firestone, gathered for a special work session on Jan. 23, 2013, at the Firestone Town Hall.
There are many reasons why a person should learn CPR, but the biggest reason is that CPR saves lives. According to the American Heart Association 70 percent of people feel helpless during an emergency because they either don’t know CPR or because their training has significantly lapsed.
Recently, the Town of Frederick and the Town of Firestone along with the Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District announced they would be removing the two outdated civil defense sirens by the end of the first quarter in 2013.
Colorado weather can range from a mild wind storm to a devastating tornado, damaging hail storm or severe thunderstorm. Colorado’s first week of spring 2003 brought a winter storm that compared to the worst Colorado had seen since 1913.
The Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District recently promoted three of its career firefighters, Lee Loveridge, Don Ogborn and TJ Simington, to the position of Shift Lieutenant.