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  • District Board of Directors Adopt Resolution Opposing Proposition 112

The Fort Lupton Fire Protection District Board of   Directors unanimously adopted a Resolution Opposing Proposition 112 at their regularly scheduled Board meeting on September 27, 2018.

The Directors cite that if Proposition 112 was approved by voters, along with many other impacts, the loss of Colorado’s energy sector would devastate the state economy, cripple state, and local budgets, including emergency services, and threaten the livelihoods of hundreds of thousands of working families. The impacts to Weld County and the State of Colorado could be devastating. Therefore, they declared their opposition to Colorado Proposition 112. Click here for more information

  • The Fort Lupton Fire Protection District urges residents and businesses on South Denver Avenue to change their address signage.

Addresses on CR 27, now South Denver Avenue, are changing. Make sure we can find you in an emergency. Get a sign with your new house or business address number ASAP to prevent any delays in service.

It is imperative that you put your new numbers in a visible place so that the fire department, medical responders, and law enforcement can find you quickly in the event of an emergency. We would prefer that you use the reflective signs that we provide. Click here for more Information

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.

Our Mission:
“To provide a professional service to those in a time of need with a sense of integrity, pride, and compassion for well being.”

Our Objective:
“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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