- 2021 Annual Report: Colorado Fire Commission
The charge of the Colorado Fire Commission (Commission) is to evaluate how Colorado manages fire and its consequences. The Commission does this by bringing together a diverse group of stakeholders to develop broadly supported recommendations. Read the full report by clicking here.
- 2021 Fire Chief & Instructor of the Year Nominations
Nominate a Fire Chief or Fire Instructor that has displayed excellence in service by clicking here!
- Media Advisory: State Fire Agency Brings on Large Airtanker to Support Colorado Wildfires
The Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control (DFPC) announced that it has selected Neptune Aviation for an exclusive use contract for a large firefighting airtanker. Join us for a meet and greet with DFPC and Neptune leadership as well as a tour/show-and-tell of the aircraft.
- News Release: State Fire Agency Encouraging Safe Fireworks Practices this Fourth of July
June 1, 2021 –The Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control (DFPC) hopes you and your friends and family have an enjoyable and safe Fourth of July this year.
If lighting fireworks is included in your plans, please make sure you’re doing it safely and protecting all of your friends, neighbors, and our Colorado open spaces and wildlife by only using permissible fireworks, purchased from a Colorado licensed fireworks store, stand, or tent. Additionally, make sure to check your local fire restrictions before setting off any permissible fireworks. Read the full news release here!
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