Carbondale & Rural Fire
Protection District

 

 

Non-Emergency Phone:
(970) 963-2491

911

Mission Statement

To serve the communities within the Carbondale & Rural Fire Protection District and help create a safer environment through the provision of quality emergency services, public education, and prevention programs with a professional dedicated force of volunteers and paid staff.
   Coffee with the Chiefs

Have coffee with Ron Leach and Gene Schilling every third Thursday of the month at the Village Smithy in Carbondale. The next Coffee with the Chiefs will be August 18, from 8:00 am – 9:00 am.
   Staff Planning Meeting
The Carbondale Fire staff meets the fourth Wednesday of the month at the headquarters building. The public is invited to attend. The next Staff Planning Meeting will be Aug 24, from 10 am – 11 am. 

 

Recent News

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    Bike Helmet Giveaway at Mountain Fair

    Posted July 26, 2016
    We are giving away bike helmets at certain times each day at Mountain Fair! On Saturday & Sunday, at 11 am & 2 pm, we will give away 15 bike helmets to kids at our first aid booth. learn more »
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    Sparklers Get Hot!

    Posted June 29, 2016
    How hot does a sparkler get? Up to 1200 degrees! Be careful when using sparklers! Here are some tips to keep your kids safe with sparklers from safekids.org learn more »
  • Never Leave Children, Disabled Adults or Pets in a Parked Vehicle thumbnail

    Never Leave Children, Disabled Adults or Pets in a Parked Vehicle

    Posted June 21, 2016
    It is getting hotter and hotter. Today may be the hottest day (so far) of 2016. We want to help you keep others safe and prevent a tragedy. An average of 37 children per year and untold numbers of pets left in parked vehicles die from heat stroke (hyperthermia). Studies have shown that the temperature inside a parked vehicle can rapidly rise to a dangerous level for children, pets and even adults. Leaving the windows slightly open does not significantly decrease the heating rate. learn more »