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  • 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…

  • 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

  • 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…

  • Redstone & Lake Christine Community Meetings 2019

    Posted June 7, 2019 by Jenny Cutright

    If you missed the Redstone or Lake Christine burn scar area Community Meetings you can watch the videos here.

     

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  • Mudslides, Debris Flows, and Flash Floods, Oh My!

    Posted May 24, 2019 by Jenny Cutright

    It’s not surprising that with a wet, snow packed winter, come the threats of mudslides and flash floods in the spring. In our case this year, with a historical high for snow pack, mixed with the burn scar from last summer’s Lake Christine Fire, we need to be on high…

  • Lake Christine Fire Perimeter/Debris Flow Probability Map

    Posted May 7, 2019 by Jenny Cutright

    Click here for a map where you can enter your address and zoom in. 

    Be sure to check the boxes for Lake Christine Fire Perimeter, Lake Christine Debris Flow Likelihood and Address Labels for proper results. 

  • Ballot Question 7C, the Bond Issue

    Posted October 18, 2018 by Jenny Cutright

    Carbondale & Rural Fire Protection District is on the ballot this November asking voters to consider two ballot questions. The first question (7B) is to increase the operating mill levy. The second question (7C) is to allow the District to bond $7.5 million for apparatus, buildings and equipment.

    We know…

  • Master Plan - Ballot Question 7B

    Posted October 18, 2018 by Jenny Cutright

    Carbondale & Rural Fire Protection District is on the ballot this November asking voters to consider two ballot questions. The first question (7B) is to increase the operating mill levy. The second question (7C) is to allow the District to bond $7.5 million for apparatus, buildings and equipment.

    We…

  • Ballot Question 7B (Operating Mill Levy) FAQs

    Posted October 18, 2018 by Jenny Cutright

    Carbondale & Rural Fire Protection District is on the ballot this November asking voters to consider two ballot questions. The first question (7B) is to increase the operating mill levy. The second question (7C) is to allow the District to bond $7.5 million for apparatus, buildings and equipment.…

  • Be Fire Aware, Even When It’s Warm

    Posted May 8, 2018 by Jenny Cutright

    It’s easy to associate home fire protection with colder months, like December and January. Most picture the use of space heaters, fireplaces and strings of holiday lights when they think of home fire prevention.

    Just because we’re less likely to turn the heat on doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be vigilant when…