Wildland Fire Management


Wildland fire management in Colorado is an interagency partnership among, local, state DFPC's priority wildland fire mission is to provide support, service, and assistance to local fire agencies and counties, in addition to filling resource and incident management gaps where they occur.

 As the lead state agency for fire, the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control,Wildland Fire Management Section (WFMS),works with local, state, and federal agencies to coordinate wildland fire management on a statewide basis.

See below to learn about our programs


Fire Management Regions and Staff

Click here to get in contact with your District or Battalion Chief

Wildland Fire Logistics Branch

The Wildland Fire Logistics Branch (WFLB) manages and executes logistics operations focused on the requirements of the Division of Fire Prevention & Control (DFPC).

Click here to get in contact with or learn more about the WFLB.

Fire Billing: CRRF and Reimbursement

Visit the Colorado Fire Billing System page to download documents needed for reimbursement and Colorado Resource Rate Forms (CRRF) and Guidelines

Prescribed Fire Planning & Implementation

Learn about DFPC's Colorado Prescribed Fire program and the Certified Burner Program.

Incident Qualifications Systems (IQS)

The Incident Qualification System (IQS) is a web-based software computer program to document qualifications, training, physical fitness levels, and experience of wildland firefighters.

CO-WIMS: Colorado Wildfire Information Management System

Colorado Wildfire Information Management System (CO-WIMS) is a web-based decision-support system that is: accessible to designated personnel on desktop and laptop computers, tablet,devices, and smartphones.

Resources: Aircraft, Engines and Technical Support

Learn about DFPC's wildland suppression assets, including aerial and ground resources.