The Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District is selling a 1981 E-One Class A Pumper via a sealed bid process (no reserve). For more information on the bid process click here.
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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.
Who loves your pets? Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District does and now we can do even more about it.
Recently, the Frederick-Firestone FPD received a donation from Colorado Dog Docs of a pet oxygen delivery system for the use on dogs or cats during an emergency
The Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District’s unofficial election results show Dustan Flannigan, Jerry Hedke and Butch Walb will be joining the Fire District’s Board, which is made up of five different wards that provide citizen governance for the communities that the Fire District serves. The unofficial results are as follows:
- Ward 1; 2-year term: Dustan Flannigan
- Ward 2; 4-year term: Jerry Hedke
- Ward 3; 4-year term: Butch Walb
The official results will be announced later in the week.
The Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District will hold an open forum for candidates running for the Fire District’s Board of Directors on April 14 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Business & Education Center, 8426 Kosmerl Place in Frederick.
District residents who reside in Wards one, two and three (see map) are urged to come and meet the candidate’s running in the May election. The candidates running for election are:
• Ward 1, 2-year term: Dustan Flannigan
• Ward 2, 4-year term: Karin Strauch and Jerry Hedke
• Ward 3, 4-year term: Butch Walb
The election will be held on May 6 at Fire Station 1, 31 Walnut Drive in Frederick. The polls will open at 7 a.m. and will close at 7 p.m.
The Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District is proud to announce that it has earned a Class 2 rating from the Insurance Service Office, commonly known as ISO. This new rating means that residents and business owners may be able to enjoy lower insurance premiums.
The previous ISO rating for the Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District was a 5/9; the new rating of 2/9 puts the Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District in the top 1.5% of fire department ISO ratings in the State of Colorado and the United States.
With advances in technology, emergency medical services for the Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District are constantly changing not only in the way first responders care for our patients, but in the way we train.
When Frederick-Firestone F.P.D. crews received information from University Hospital that a resident of the Fire District would be coming home following surgery to install a Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD), it was not unusual for crews to visit the home.
“The District welcomes the chance to be able to advance our knowledge in this cutting edge technology. This is a great opportunity for the crews to interact and develop a medical treatment plan with this particular patient and his family, so everyone is on the same page if our services are needed,” said Doug Prunk, Division Chief of Life Safety with the Frederick-Firestone F.P.D.