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.


See the Volunteer Opportunities page for more information.

The Elk Creek Fire Wildland Fire Suppression Module is NOW HIRING for the 2021 fire season. Please see the job description and fill out an application.

We are looking for a part-time administrative assistant. Please see the job description for further details.


Elk Creek Fire has declared a local disaster emergency.

Out of our commitment to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and to keep our first responders and community members safe and well, Elk Creek Fire is implementing a COVID-19 specific protocol and closing our fire stations to the public. This will take place immediately.

Protocol: Jeffcom 911 dispatchers are using screening protocols to identify patients with potential COVID-19 symptoms. If COVID-19 is suspected, responders will limit exposure as much as possible and then determine whether transport is needed.

Closure: The closure of Elk Creek Fire buildings to the public means that all public meetings, gatherings, classes, and tours are cancelled. This includes previously scheduled CPR classes.

We understand this closure may cause some inconvenience, and we ask for your support and understanding as we take measures to protect the larger community.

The Fire Department remains staffed by first responders and administrative staff. Personnel remain available to address all emergency response needs.

At Elk Creek Fire, the health and safety of our community members and of our first responders is, and will remain, our number one priority. We are closely monitoring for changes and new information. We will continue following the suggestions of public health officials and our medical directors as we navigate this rapidly-evolving situation, and we will implement necessary measures to protect our responders and the public from the risk of exposure.

Please watch our social media sites for updates as well as continued education and safety messages regarding COVID-19.

For up to date information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, go to http://coronavirus.gov.

Wildland Fire and Mitigation Resources

Elk Creek provides chipping services, mitigation assessments, and wildfire resources and education. Here, you will also find information on employment with the Elk Creek Wildland Fire Suppression Module.

CPR Classes

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


Current Elk Creek Fire Newsletter

Read our most recent quarterly newsletter.

(Past issues can be found here.)

Please take every precaution to stay safe and healthy. We'll be here if you need us!Effective Friday, November 20, 2020, at 5 p.m., the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) will move several Denver Metro counties, including Jefferson County, to “Level Red – Severe Risk” in the Dial Framework. The Dial Framework has also been modified to include several key updates based on the best available evidence for slowing transmission of the virus. Read full release at: www.jeffco.us/4156/Press-Releases ... See MoreSee Less

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• what disaster survivors wish they would have known about insurance

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Learn more and register for the upcoming webinars: www.uphelp.org/blog/colorado-preparedness-and-resilience-project.

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Elk Creek is having a busy start to this Sunday morning. There are high wind gusts, and we are already seeing trees impacting power lines. We have also just been working a small structure fire (shed/outbuilding) on Kennedy Gulch Rd. This fire has been knocked down.

Please keep your awareness up when outside today, especially around weak or dead trees - but all trees are susceptible to these winds!
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To our brave brothers and sisters serving in our United States Armed Forces, thank you. We are forever grateful for your love of country, dedication, and service to keep us all safe. Happy Veterans Day! ... See MoreSee Less

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