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National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Weekend

Each year, thousands attend the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Weekend in Emmitsburg, Maryland. Firefighters and families participate in the national tribute to all firefighters who died in the line of duty during the previous year.

May 4, 2024 International Firefighters’ Day

Saturday, May 4, 2024 is International Firefighters’ Day, a day when people all around the world can say thank you to firefighters for keeping our communities safe. It’s a time to appreciate their hard work and all they do to protect us.

Please Come to Our Annual Pancake Breakfast June 1, 2024

You are invited to join us on June 1 for our Annual Pancake Breakfast at FRFR Station 1. We will be serving breakfast from 5 am to 9 am. We're also pleased to announce the completion of the remodel of Station 1 and we will be rededicating the facility at 8 am on the 1st. We hope to see all of you there!

Happy Administrative Professionals Day!

Today, we celebrate the unsung heroes who keep our workplaces running smoothly every single day. From organizing schedules to managing projects, your hard work and dedication make all the difference. Thank you to our own Cindy Heesemann for your tireless efforts and commitment to excellence. We appreciate you! 

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National Volunteer Week- Our Dedicated Volunteers serving on the FRFR Foundation

It’s National Volunteer Week! FRFR is taking a moment to celebrate the incredible efforts of our dedicated Foundation Members who have organized the Front Range Fire Rescue Foundation. The foundation is dedicated to empowering our community with life-saving knowledge and skills. If you want to lend a hand or contribute to their cause, drop an email to Thank you Front Range Fire Rescue Foundation for all that you do!

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Celebrating Weld County Regional Communications Center Dispatchers, during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

This week, we celebrate our fellow first responders, Weld County Regional Communications Center Dispatchers, during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. Front Range Fire Rescue (FRFR) has always understood that our dispatchers are unsung heroes who are truly the "first, first responders" on an incident. Last month, Colorado became the 20th state in the U.S. to recognize dispatchers officially as first responders. It's great to see them get this distinction, which is long overdue.

FRFR Awards Firefighter of the Year and Chief's Award for 2023

April 12, 2024, Front Range Fire Rescue (FRFR) recognized several members for their accomplishments in 2023. 

Our annual Firefighter of the Year Award was given to two members this year. Firefighter Cory Gore-Salazar and Lieutenant Chris Linder. This tribute acknowledges the individuals who embody the core values of FRFR daily, as recognized by our entire membership. 

Firefighter Gore-Salazar demonstrates forward-thinking and continuous self-improvement, earning him respect and a leadership role among his colleagues. 

Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control joins FRFR at Station 3

Your safety is our top priority, which is why we're excited to announce a new cooperative agreement between Front Range Fire Rescue and the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control. As of today, one of their wildfire crews and apparatus will be stationed part-time at FRFR Station 3 in the Hill and Park neighborhood. This means that in the event of an incident, we'll have even more first responders ready to help. Plus, this essential regional resource is now in a great location that will allow for faster response times.


Front Range Fire Rescue

PO Box 130
Milliken, CO 80543

970-587-0260 (fax)

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