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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.

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

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Here is some great information about signs and symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning, as well as steps that you can take to keep you and your family safe from this deadly gas. Carbon monoxide is a very serious issue, and can be dangerous. Please ensure that you have carbon monoxide detectors, and that they are in proper working order. 

Please read it, and do not hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions or concerns.

Stay Safe,

Captain Nina M. Griffin

Medical and Safety Officer

Boulder Mountain Fire Protection District

BMFPD Web Site Has a New Look for 2012

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We've made a cosmetic change to the look of the BMFPD web site for 2012.

Please observe a moment of silence to remember the beloved "flame-orange" theme we used from 2008 - 2011. This was a really great look for a site related to fire.

If your reaction to the new look isn't instantly positive, give it a while. We've been testing this look for some time, and the #1 reported effect of the new color scheme is "it just makes me feel more relaxed."

Thank you and Emergency Call Back Issues (evacuation notices)

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From: John Benson  –  Fire Chief  –  Boulder Mountain Fire Protection District

First off I want to thank the citizens of Boulder Heights who assisted in trying to put out the spot fires along Deer Trail Road on November 12, 2011. I know that the winds did not cooperate by any means, and all of you worked diligently in heavy smoke conditions to prevent another Old Stage and Four Mile Fire. Your efforts did not go unnoticed. ON BEHALF OF BOULDER MOUNTAIN FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT, THANK YOU AGAIN FOR YOUR ASSISTANCE. 

Mountain Expressions Sale benefits BMFPD

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Neighbors,

The 38th Annual Mountain Expressions Art + Craft + Bake Sale is coming up!

Sat Nov 19 hours: 10 - 5

Sun Nov 20 hours: 12 - 4

Station One at 1905 Linden Dr will be transformed for the event. Please join us for free hot cider and punch. You'll find lots of scratch-baked goodies, fine art and hand-crafted items for any gift-giver's budget.

A downloadable poster - forward it to your friends! - and info about the artists is available at mountainexpressions.org

BMFPD AUXILIARY FIRE SAFETY STORE OPEN ONLINE

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The recent Fire Safety Sale was a great success, with over 100 district residents updating their fire extinguishers, smoke and CO detectors and reflective house numbers.

Products are still available online, so even if you missed the sale, you didn't miss an opportunity to update your home safety equipment at below-retail prices.

 

Order and pay online, and we'll be in touch to arrange a time for you to pick up your items at the fire station in Pine Brook Hills at 1905 Linden. You'll also be able to drop off old fire extinguishers for FREE recycling.

 

Auxiliary sponsors first ever Fire Safety Sale

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The BMFPD Auxiliary is pleased to welcome our district neighbors to the Fire Safety Sale this weekend, an opportunity to learn about household fire risks, learn how to use fire extinguishers, and update all home fire safety equipment from extinguishers to detectors.

Those super-reflective house number kits that first responders rely on to help you in an emergency are also for sale. This is so critical - if your numbers disappeared over the years, PLEASE replace them.

 

Letter to the US Forest Service regarding fires in the Left Hand Shooting Area

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Attached is a letter to the US Forest Service regarding BMFPD's position on recent fires in the Left Hand Shooting Area.

Click the file below to view the letter.

 

Vehicle Familiarization Attendance Report ( PDF )

Fourth of July BMFPD Patrols

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BMFPD wishes all residents and visitors a happy and safe Fourth of July. The Boulder County Sheriff's Office has issued a Fire Ban for this area, and it includes FIREWORKS. You can visit www.bouldercounty.org/sheriff for further information on the Fire Ban.

Starting on Saturday, July 2, and continuing through Monday, July 4, the fire department will be patrolling the district. Station 1 will be staffed during these patrols. Fireworks or other fire activity can be reported by calling Station 1, 303-440-0235 and BMFPD will investigate. If you have any questions please call 303-440-0235.

Maxwell Fire Update (Lefthand Canyon)

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For Immediate Release, June 29, 2011

John Benson, Fire Chief Boulder Mountain Fire Protection District

BMFPD remains on high alert regarding the Lefthand Fire, which started Sunday evening. Per BMFPD officials citizens within the initial evacuation area are advised to stay vigilant and be prepared to evacuate if necessary.  BMFPD, Sunshine Fire, Boulder Rural Fire, Lefthand Fire and City of Boulder provided Structure Protections for homes along the northern edge of BMFPD's District, which included Peakview Road, Reed Ranch and Rembrandt.  Crews will continue to work the Maxwell fire. 

With the advancing 4th of July holiday weekend coming up, BMFPD will be conducting patrols throughout the weekend, temperatures will be hot, with little or no precipitation expected. If you see smoke we ask that you dial 911 immediately, so that we can have our crews respond quickly. 

If you have any questions please call 303-440-0235.

Small Wildland Fire Contained in Boulder Heights

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For Immediate Release, June 14, 2011

John Benson, Fire Chief Boulder Mountain Fire Protection District

On June 14th The Boulder Mountain Fire Protection District received a page for a small wildland fire at 1163 Deer Trail Road at 1:43. Initial units arriving on scene found heavy smoke, erratic winds and fire burning behind the residence, in grasses, downed logs and standing trees

Joesph Bruzga, an occupant of the residence, used a garden hose to keep the fire from spreading, until fire department engines arrived on scene.

Arriving units from the Boulder Mountain Fire Protection District, Boulder Rural Fire Protection District, Lefthand Fire Protection District, Colorado State Forest Service, and the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office quickly established water supply and handlines to control the fire. By 2:22 PM the fire had been contained and was in mop-up mode.

The fire was contained to 1/20th of an acre.

The cause of the fire is undetermined at this time.

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