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2020 Annual Report

2020 Annual Report Front Range Fire Rescue’s Annual Report gives an overview of our District activities and summarizes some of the services we provide our community.   We encourage you to take a few moments to browse these reports and...
Holiday Safety

The winter holidays are a time for families and friends to get together. It’s fun to decorate for the winter holidays, but holiday decorations can increase your risk for a home fire. As you deck the halls this season, be fire...
November Pension & Board Meeting Zoom Only

Due to the recent surge in COVID-19 activity, the Board of Directors has decided that the November 10th Pension & Board meetings will be held virtually only.The Pension Meeting is November 10th at 6:00 pm; the regular Board Meeting follows...
FRFR Board has Approved 2021 Fee Schedule

The FRFR Board approved the 2021 Fee schedule for construction and fire protection plan reviews and permit fees, to take effect on Jan 1, 2021. FRFR works to make it easy for you to get the permits, plan reviews, and...
Fill The Boot!

Every day, children are born with muscular dystrophy, and adults are diagnosed with ALS and other life-threatening diseases that take away their most basic freedoms - like walking, talking, eating, hugging, and ultimately life itself. For more than sixty years,...
UPDATE FROM THE FIRE CHIEF

August 18, 2020 Good Day! I hope your summer is going well and you are healthy and safe. We have been extremely busy at #FrontRangeFireRescue (FRFR), and I wanted to take a little time to update you on what we’ve been doing....
Pension and Regular Board Meeting

We are still managing the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, the August Pension and Regular Board meetings will be held both virtually and in-person tomorrow, August 11th at 6:00 pm; instructions to join the conference can be received by emailing info@frfr.co Those...
Masks Required at FRFR

I hope this post finds you well. As you likely know, the Governor has issued a statewide facemask order. We want to remind you that we require physical distancing and masks for anyone visiting our facilities at Front Range Fire...
RED shirt Friday

. Today you might notice something new at FRFR. Our crews are wearing red t-shirts instead of our standard blue ones. Why red? Red is worn by many public service agencies to “Remember Everyone Deployed.” We are wearing these in...

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