Front Range Fire Rescue District serves the towns of Johnstown, Milliken, and Weld County.
Using standardized and upgraded equipment, firefighters operate efficiently on scene regardless of the station from which they respond. Both Stations 1 and 2 are staffed with a minimum of three full-time Firefighter/EMTs that remain on duty 24/7/365. Station 3 has Firefighters on site approximately 20 hours per week.
The District established an agreement with University of Colorado Health/Poudre Valley Hospital to provide EMS service staffed with professional paramedic crews. Paramedic crews are stationed in Johnstown (Station 1) and Milliken (Station 2) for rapid response times and advanced life support. Ambulance on-scene times have improved from 30 minutes to less than 9 minutes 93% of the time in suburban areas and less than 12 minutes 74% of the time in rural areas.
Emergency services are provided by a combination of professionally trained volunteer and career staff. Front Range Fire Rescue stands ready to assist our residents, business owners, and visitors with, but not limited to, public education and outreach, disaster preparedness, emergency medical services, fire suppression, and technical rescue. Serving a population of over 20,000 situated in a 74 square mile service area, the Front Range Fire Rescue continues to evolve in order to deliver the highest level of service possible at a reasonable cost. The members of the Front Range Fire Rescue are well trained, courageous, compassionate, and professional members of the communities we serve.
We appreciate the opportunity to serve our community 24/7/365.