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FIREHOUSE NEWS

  • Ballot Question 7C, the Bond Issue

    Posted October 18, 2018

    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… Read more

  • Master Plan - Ballot Question 7B

    Posted October 18, 2018

    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… Read more

  • Ballot Question 7B (Operating Mill Levy) FAQs

    Posted October 18, 2018

    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.… Read more

  • Carbondale Fire Open House: Saturday, October 13th, 11-3

    Posted September 25, 2018

    It’s that time of year again for the Carbondale Fire Community Open House. This year there will be fire truck rides, tours of the station, face painting, as well as giveaways and prizes. This is a great event for the whole family and a chance to come and say hi… Read more

  • Stage I Fire Restrictions Are Back

    Posted September 20, 2018
    The Garfield County Sheriff and Carbondale Town Manager are reinstating Stage I Fire Restrictions tomorrow, Friday, September 21 in the Town of Carbondale and Garfield County. Read more
  • First Aid Safety Tips: How to Stay Prepared

    Posted September 18, 2018

    If your friend or family member suddenly started choking on something, stopped breathing, or sustained a burn, would you know the proper steps to aid in the situation?

    Knowing the basics for how to handle certain emergency situations could mean the difference between life and death. Below are some safety… Read more

  • Moving to Stage I Fire Restrictions

    Posted August 30, 2018
    Effective 12:01 a.m. Friday, August 31, The Town of Carbondale*, Garfield County, Pitkin County, the White River National Forest and BLM lands managed by Colorado River Valley Field Office in Eagle, Garfield and Pitkin counties will reduce fire restrictions from Stage II to Stage I. Read more
  • Pitkin County Goes to Stage I Fire Restrictions

    Posted August 28, 2018
    By order of the Pitkin County Sheriff, effective Friday, August 31, 2018, at 12:01 p.m. all Stage II fire restrictions in Pitkin County are rescinded, and all lands in Pitkin County will revert back to Stage I fire restrictions. These Stage I fire restrictions are in place until further notice.   Read more
  • Back to School Fire Safety

    Posted August 16, 2018

    While summer draws to a close and college students are preparing to return to school for the fall semester, it is important to be aware of fire-related emergencies that could occur. The number of these emergencies continues to grow and most are due to lack of knowledge about fire safety… Read more

  • Be prepared in the event of an evacuation

    Posted August 2, 2018
    The first step to being prepared is to sign up for emergency alerts at  garco911.org or pitkinalert.org This is where residents are notified of evacuations for wildfires or floods, or to shelter in place for other critical incidents. Register to receive emergency alerts via text, call, or email. If you are already signed up, log in to ensure your address and contact information are correct. Alerts are sent based on the addresses registered. Read more