North Fork Fire Protection District

 
 
 

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The Board of Directors has initiated the “North Fork Fire Department History and Recognition Project.” Any community member who has pictures, stories, or memorabilia are asked to email them to nffpd@aol.com or drop them off at our station 1. Donations to support the project are greatly appreciated, please make a notation for the project when donating.

We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to the community for the positive response to our survey. Thanks to all who participated and to those who helped spread the word so that more people had the opportunity to complete the survey. We had a very high response with more feedback than we could have hoped for! We look forward to sharing those results later this month, and to continuing our community conversation about how best to improve fire protection services in our district. The results of the survey indicated a strong willingness from the community to work with us on developing a clear plan for our shared future. Please look for additional communication and outreach from us in the coming weeks as we work to continually improve the value we provide to our community.

 
 
 
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About Us:

North Fork Volunteer Fire Department provides structural and wildland fire suppression, emergency medical care and transport, rescue and fire prevention services to the mountain communities of Pine Grove, Buffalo Creek, Deckers, Trumbull, Oxyoke, Nighthawk and Scraggy View. North Fork Volunteer Fire Department covers 240 square miles in Southern Jefferson and Northwest Douglas Counties in Colorado. Pike National Forest composes 80% of the District. While the number of residents in the District is approximately 1700, it is estimated that Pike National Forest has over one million people visit this division of the forest every year. North Fork Volunteer Fire Department runs three stations, one in Pine Grove, one in Buffalo Creek, and one in Trumbull. Due to the volunteers' outstanding committment and diligence in training, the Department maintains an ISO 5 rating for all properties within 5 miles of any of the fire stations.

 

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