Elk Creek Fire Protection District’s Mission is:

To encourage and promote fire safety and fire prevention; to provide fire suppression and emergency medical services; and to make our mountain community a safe place to live, work and play.

 

We are hiring for a Deputy Fire Marshal.

Please see job description HERE.

Special District Elections

Self-Nomination Deadline: February 24, 2023

Regular election date: May 2, 2023

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Community Connect is a free, secure, and easy to use platform that allows you to share critical information about your household that will aid first responders and emergency response personnel when responding to your residence. By providing information about your household that you feel is important for us to know about at the time of an emergency, we can ensure you and everything you care about is protected to the best of our ability.


CPR Classes

Elk Creek provides monthly CPR and First Aid classes for the community. Sign up here. TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED.

Current Elk Creek Fire Newsletter

Read our most recent quarterly newsletter.

(Past issues can be found here.)

Please go to the following link for a job description and further information: elkcreekfire.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/Deputy-Fire-Marshal-Job-Announcement-Final-1.24.2023.pdf(This link can also be found on the first page of www.elkcreekfire.org)Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District ... See MoreSee Less
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Recently, Chief Mark Wesseldine was selected as Colorado State Fire Instructor of the year. Along with his work at Platte Canyon Fire, Chief Wesseldine has served as a Training Chief at Elk Creek Fire, and many of our firefighters have been fortunate to learn from his extensive knowledge. We couldn't agree more with Platte Canyon Fire's sentiments below, and we are so grateful to Chief Wessledine for all he has given us and the community. Congratulations Chief on a well-deserved award! ... See MoreSee Less
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And as promised.... here is what happened to the cantaloupe! (“PPE” means Personal Protective Equipment)Thanks so much to CORE Electric Cooperative for the great collaboration with Elk Creek Fire Department, Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District, North Fork Fire Rescue, Platte Canyon Fire Protection District, and Jefferson County Sheriff's Office! ... See MoreSee Less
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In this vidoe, CORE Electric Cooperative demonstrates the effect of live electricity on the human body. The orange represents the heart. Thanks to all of our partners for the great collaboration with training! Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District, North Fork Fire Rescue, Platte Canyon Fire Protection District , Jefferson County Sheriff's Office ... See MoreSee Less
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As promised, here are some vidoes from yesterday's training with CORE Electric Cooperative. In this video, CORE staff show us how a downed tree on an electric line can conduct electricity. Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District, North Fork Fire Rescue, Platte Canyon Fire Protection District , Jefferson County Sheriff's Office ... See MoreSee Less
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