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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. To obtain more information or for help with any of our services, please call 303.833.2742.

 

 

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Controlled Burns: What, Where, Why and When

During late winter and early spring months we experience a large increase in the number of prescribed and controlled burns throughout Weld County and areas around the Town of Frederick and the Town of Firestone.

Both the Town of Frederick and the Town of Firestone have local ordinances that restrict open burning except controlled burns to clear irrigation and drainage areas and open farming fields as approved by the towns and the Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District.

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Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District staff and board members stand with Brookfield Residential associates who  donated funds for water rescue equipment.

Brookfield Residential funds rescue raft for Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District

Brookfield Residential of Colorado has donated funds earmarked for purchase of water rescue equipment including a rescue raft for the Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District, covering the new Barefoot Lakes community.

The Fire District received the $7,000 check from Brookfield to acquire an 18-foot Oceanid RCD Water Rescue Craft plus all the necessary equipment, including ropes, rescue slings and two ice rescue body suits. When not in use or on display, the raft will be stored for easy deployment at Station 3, 6800 Tilbury Ave., Firestone, Colo., which is in the fire district’s northern response zone. Eventually, it will be stored at the new site for Station 4 in the northwest response zone.

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Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District Paramedic/Firefighter Mitch Cox shows a young resident the inside of a fire engine during the Fire District's Community Safety Day at the Firestone Home Depot.

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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Ross McFaddon poses with Frederick Police Department Gary Barbour and Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District Fire Chief Ted Poszywak. McFaddon received and award for quick thinking during an emergency and was honored at the Frederick Town Board Meeting,

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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Mary Fisher, Tiffany Chavez, Robert Auckly and Firefighter Nate Kelley each received a commendation from Frederick-Firestone F.P.D. for helping a local citizen during an emergency.

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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