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ALL FIRE RESTRICTIONS LIFTED FOR TFPD & FREMONT COUNTY!

Currently, all Fire Restrictions have been lifted for TFPD and Fremont County.
However, do not burn during RED FLAG or HIGH FIRE DANGER WARNINGS!

PLEASE REMEMBER THE FOLLOWING:

- You must contact the TFPD Fire Chief by calling (719) 275-3058 for permission for open burning.
All requests by District residents or property owners to conduct a controlled burn are subject to prior approval.

- No fire or grill should be left unattended, and shall have an adequate water supply and/or fire extinguisher on site.

- Use water to put out a fire or campfire.  Using dirt will not always extinguish a fire and
some embers can stay hot underground for a long time.

- You cannot burn tree stumps, tires, plastic, cut lumber, construction debris, trash, chemicals.

- In the State of Colorado, it is illegal to burn anything in barrels (or burn barrels).

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Fire Danger, Current Condition Status, and other pertinent information is also posted on our Facebook Page.

 

Please remember that you must always contact the TFPD Fire Chief by calling (719) 275-3058 for permission for open burning.  Obey all Fire Restrictions and Fire Bans.

WHAT'S NEW AT TFPD?

HELP US HELP YOU in an emergency situation!  TFPD BOARD OF DIRECTORS launch the EMERGENCY MEDICAL INFORMATION PROGRAM!  Please click HERE to find out how you can become a participant in this life-saving program.

 

UPDATE:  All TFPD BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETINGS (regular and/or special) will return to In-Person Regular Meetings.  Please click HERE for complete details.

 

Considering making a MONETARY DONATION to TFPD?
  Please click HERE for additional information.

 

TFPD BOARD OF DIRECTORS / RECOGNITION COMMITTEE needs your help in honoring those individuals who have made a substantial impact on our organization!  Please take a moment and click HERE for additional information.

 

IF WE CAN'T FIND YOU -- WE CAN'T HELP YOU!  Please click HERE to order your REFLECTIVE ADDRESS SIGN today!

 

TFPD PUBLIC AGENDA NOTICES for special and monthly Board of Directors Meetings are now published only to this website.  Be sure to check "Public Records / Board Meeting Agendas" for this important information.

 

In May, your TFPD VOLUNTEER FIRST RESPONDERS answered 13 Total Calls; bringing the Y-T-D total to 69 Total Calls.
THANK YOU TFPD Volunteer First Responders!

PLEASE SIGN UP FOR TEXT-EM-ALL!

Sign up to receive important messages from TFPD via text.

Send the text message:   Join TFPDTextGroup   to   800-316-8233   and you will be added to our contact list.

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You can opt-out at any time by replying:   STOP

PLEASE PROVIDE CONTACT INFORMATION!

Whether you live here full time or live miles away, in the unfortunate event of a fire either on or near your property, TFPD should be able to notify you directly either by email or phone.  In addition, having your email address allows TFPD to notify you of other important matters or events within the District.

Please send an email to:  communications@talxfire.com  and provide your name, email address, and phone number.  All information provided will be kept private, confidential, and secure.

Thank you for your cooperation.

 

Serving Northwestern Fremont County, Colorado

The TFPD is located in the Rocky Mountains, in northwestern Fremont County, Colorado, and named for the Tallahassee Creek southeast of Waugh Mountain.  The District encompasses 361 square miles. We respond in an area which includes Parkdale, County Road 11, State Highway 9 to Park County, and the U.S. Highway 50 corridor from the intersection with Highway 9 to Texas Creek. Most of this rugged land is sparsely inhabited and our population is concentrated in a handful of subdivisions, ranches and valleys. Approximately half of our fire protection area is either state or federal land. Our elevations range from 6,200 feet in the southeast to the 11,709-foot summit of Waugh Mountain.

 

General information is available at:  facebook.com/TallahasseeFPD  or  twitter.com/TFPDColorado

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