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Boulder Mountain Fire Protection District is located to the northwest of Boulder, Colorado. The volunteer fire department responds to structure fires, wildland fires, medical emergencies, motor vehicle accidents and other community disasters. This web site is provided by the fire department as both a source of community information about the fire district and as a means of communicating vital information to volunteer firefighters and medical responders.

BOULDER MOUNTAIN HANDMADE NOV 10 & 11

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BOULDER MOUNTAIN HANDMADE is Auxiliary's main fundraiser. It's a popular art-craft-bake market held at Elks Lodge to raise funds for Auxiliary's programs that support BMFPD responders.

It's a family-friendly event complete with fire truck tours, an all-ages maker space, over 60 indie artisans in the market and special Auxiliary gift and bake areas.

Details: bouldermountainhandmade.com

 

Download a sale flyer and share with friends!

BMFPD Auxiliary: Quarterly Meeting July 22nd, Station #1

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At 3:00pm, before the actual meeting, Garry Sanfaçon, Flood Recovery Manager for Boulder County, will give a 45-minute presentation on adequately insuring mountain homes in case of disaster.

 

7th Annual Fire Safety Sale May 5 & 6 - It's much more than a sale!

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Learn how to put out a real fire, coached by our firefighters!

Have your fire extinguishers tested; be sure they work!

Attend info sessions on our life-saving community fuel breaks, fire-wise landscaping after mitigation, and so much more.

A wonderful supervised kids' area will keep young ones occupied while parents attend info sessions.

Find more details here:

http://www.bouldermountainfire.org/FireSafetySale

BMFPD Board of Directors - CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

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CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

BOULDER MOUNTAIN FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT

Boulder Mountain Handmade Nov 11 & 12, Elks Lodge

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Do your gift shopping at the craft fair that gives back to volunteer firefighting. Over 60 area artisans show their works in the Boulder Mountain Handmade marketplace. Auxiliary hosts Boulder's best bake sale, The Bakery, and offers up handcrafted gift items in a special craft booth, where 100% of your purchases go to support BMFPD.

The event returns to Boulder Elks Lodge, 3975 28th St, from 10 to 4 on Sat and Sun, Nov 11 & 12.

Boulder Mountain Fire Mitigation Crew's New Website

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Go check out the Mitigation Crew's new website! 

https://www.bmfmitcrew.com/

All Things Auxiliary Found at New Website

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Boulder Mountain Fire Auxiliary announces the launch of its website, bouldermountainfireauxiliary.org. The site is a source of community safety information, including the department's Public Information Office Twitter feed, 'Unacceptable Risk, a film made in Boulder about wildfire and climate change, Chief Benson's reminders of how to comply with a County Fire Ban, and links to sources of community and emergency info for residents of the Fire District.

GEAR needed for Forest Health and Safety

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Several years ago we posted a list of equipment items for BMFPD that would enhance our ability to protect the District and better serve our residents, but were beyond our normal budget.  Thanks to the generosity of many residents, we were able to purchase these items.

This year, our Emergency Response Team (also known as the Mitigation Crew) has been incredibly busy, and in the process finds the need to replace some of their equipment (saws, pruners, blowers, trimmers, and related supplies).

Wildfire Exercise 5/20/16

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Regional wildfire exercise

Tussock Moth Treatment

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Ben Pfohl, who was scheduled to speak at the Fire Safety Sale that got postponed, sent this new treatment document. Since the season is short and he will not be at the FSS in June, we thought it would be good to post the document as a pdf on the BMF website.

From Ann Blonston

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