Firehouse News

  • Stage 1 Fire Restrictions Set in Place

    Posted April 15, 2020 by Taylor Rogers

    Current Fire Restrictions in Garfield, Eagle, and Pitkin Counties, and White River National Forest and BLM Lands in these Counties

    We know that throughout the COVID-19 crisis, a lot has changed over the course of a month. As many of our public health and safety officials have been busy trying…

  • Inspiration to Stay Home

    Posted March 27, 2020 by Taylor Rogers

    It may feel like our world has turned upside down overnight, and honestly, for most of us, it has. We are suddenly out of work, our kids are home from school/day care, and now we have to adapt to a Stay at Home Order. Many of us are wondering where…

  • Focusing on Matters of the Heart

    Posted February 19, 2020 by Jenny Cutright

    While we can’t help to fix heartbreak, we can provide you with some tips and tricks to prevent heart disease from affecting you or your loved ones. Did you know that heart disease doesn’t just affect older adults? It can happen at any age and half of all Americans have…

  • Carbondale Fire Welcomes New Division Ops Chief: Mike Wagner

    Posted January 28, 2020 by Jenny Cutright

    Big things are happening in 2020! The Carbondale Fire District is excited to welcome Mike Wagner as the new Division Ops Chief. The whole team is in agreement that no one is more deserving of this role, so we want our community to get to know who he

  • Preparing Your Chimney for Santa

    Posted December 13, 2019 by Jenny Cutright

    We’ve heard it from the man himself; Santa prefers a clean chimney as opposed to a dirty one. Not only is it safer for him (and easier to deliver presents), but it also helps to keep your home and family safe during these colder months! Did you know that fireplaces…

  • Don’t Burn the Bird

    Posted November 12, 2019 by Jenny Cutright

    We’re gearing up for Thanksgiving and that means putting a request in for a turkey at your local supermarket and making sure you can end the holiday with no family drama. While we don’t have any tips on keeping the drama at bay, we do have the resources to help…

  • Seasons Changing, Fire Prevention, and Our Open House

    Posted October 17, 2019 by Jenny Cutright

    The weather is getting colder, we can feel it in the air, and we know that the snow is about to start falling. It’s that time of the year where we are stocking up on wood for the stove, bringing out the space heaters, and cooking warm meals on the…

  • Backcountry Basics: Search & Rescue

    Posted September 17, 2019 by Jenny Cutright

    Backcountry adventures are becoming more and more popular as people are trying to escape the stress of the daily grind and get back to nature. That being said, it is important to be prepared before you head out in case something unexpected happens and you need to be rescued.


  • Let’s Talk About Distracted Driving

    Posted August 21, 2019 by Jenny Cutright

    Distracted driving comes in many forms: use of cell phones, lack of sleep, distracting passengers, and eating while driving. Even when drivers believe that they are in control and are able to multi-task well, it only takes a few seconds for an accident to occur.


    Types of Distracted Driving…

  • Understanding Stroke: The Warning Signs and How to Prevent

    Posted July 11, 2019 by Jenny Cutright

    Did you know that strokes are the fifth leading cause of death in America and a leading cause of adult disability? However, not many people know what a stroke is and how to recognize when it is happening.

    If you think you or someone else is having a stroke, call…