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Great article from the Coloradoan that explains Why Fire Departments are asking voters to approve adjusting mill levy rates to continue receiving the same amount of money they have been receiving in years past.

Your voter “blue book” has arrived in your mailbox…Next is your ballot. Take the time to review both carefully to understand the issues affecting your local special districts like EFR. View for more information.

Ballots are being mailed out today to all registered voters in Jefferson and Clear Creek Counties. Please look for yours in your mailbox the next few days and exercise your right and privilege as a citizen and taxpayer to vote!

The 2018-19 EFR academy is in full swing! The hard working probies learned about laddering a building and how to ventilate a roof. Important skills to have as a firefighter.

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EFPD Board Meeting News October 9th

The Evergreen Fire Protection District at its regular meeting October 9th reviewed and approved several resolutions. Under review is the adoption of Resolution 2018-0007 Adopt the 2018 International Fire Code and Resolution 2018-0008 Adopt the Wildland Urban Interface Code. Both resolutions were tabled until the November board meeting to allow new Fire Marshal Jim King the […]


New ISO ratings for Homeowners Insurance

The Evergreen Fire Protection District Receives Reduced Insurance Services Office Ratings of 3 and 4. Evergreen Fire/Rescue along with local water districts, notably the Evergreen Metro District and the Lookout Mountain Water District, and the Jefferson County Communications Center Authority (Jeffcom) are pleased to announce that following an audit of the fire protection district structure […]


Fire Restrictions in Effect

Pike and San Isabel National Forest is under a Stage 2 Fire Ban effective July 3, 2018 at 12:01 am. Click here for the press release and list of what is/is not allowed during a fire ban in the National Forest.