The Fort Lupton Fire Protection District is currently seeking qualified applicants for the purpose of developing and forming an eligibility list for Career Firefighter, who is responsible for all aspects of responding to calls for service, protection of life and property through prevention and extinguishment of fires and providing specialized rescue. Click here for more information.
On Thursday, May 11, 2017, the Fort Lupton Fire Protection District is very pleased to announce that the District Board of Directors completed the closing for a land acquisition of 6 acres of vacant land located at 13050 CR 8 in Fort Lupton. This property is directly north of the Halliburton Facility and is served by city services. The property will be used for the future development and improvement of fire protection services in the fire district. Click here for more information.
- Our 2016 Annual Report was just posted on March 3, 2017 under the Administration Tab. See what goals we accomplished for our community in 2016!
Emergency Notification Siren Testing:
The Outside Emergency Notification Sirens (Tornado Sirens) are tested on the first Monday of every Month at 12 Noon. The steady tone should last from 30 to 60 seconds.
“To provide a professional service to those in a time of need with a sense of integrity, pride, and compassion for well being.”
“Elimination of Hazards”
WeldaCountyaRegionalaCommunicationsaCentera(WCRCC): Emergency, please call 911.
Non-Emergency Dispatch Center Number (970) 350-9600.
Fire District Offices:
Main (303) 857-4603 Fax (303) 857-6619
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