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.

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


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.)

The Hazard Mitigation Plan Survey is open until January 31st. If you haven't yet, please take a few minutes to fill it out and submit it to the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Emergency Management Team. Thank you!Help the JCSO Emergency Management team prepare for disasters and emergencies!
Please take our short 8 question HMP Survey at bit.ly/JeffCOHMP today!

Jefferson County is updating our Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan (HMP) to help us
· Prepare for natural disasters
· Prepare for human-caused hazards
· Identify ways to reduce losses
· Protect our community from hazardous events

We need your input to help us better understand our vulnerabilities, your experiences, and opportunities to reduce the impacts of hazards before they occur.
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Happy Community Risk Reduction Week!It's Community Risk Reduction Week! Community Risk Reduction focuses on reducing the occurrence and impact of emergency events for both the community and emergency responders. We are passionate about CRR and serving our community by addressing and preventing risks within it! ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day to our community whom we are honored to serve.

#ServiceAboveSelf #MartinLutherKingJrDay #gratitude
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The Elk Creek Fire Wildland Fire Suppression Module may be conducting pile burn operations over the next week. You may see smoke in the Douglas Ranch and Foxton Rd areas. Some information about the burn and a map:

- Burning piles in the Douglas Ranch and Foxton area
- Project is part of a 50 acre thinning project the Module completed in 2019
- Some smoke may be seen in the Foxton, Pleasant Park, and surrounding Highway 285 corridor areas
- Smoke may affect your health. For further information about smoke and your health, go to: www.airnow.gov/air-quality-and-health/fires-and-your-health/
- For information on prescribed fire visit ecfd.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Cascade/index.html?appid=6a672f1bac614aa8833a3c43ae269481
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Per U.S. Forest Service - PSICC National Forest: Crews from the #southplatterd will be conducting a prescribed pile burn in the Raleigh Peak area today. Smoke may be visible from the Denver metro area, Conifer and especially residents who live along the Highway 285 corridor. ... See MoreSee Less

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