Adams County Fire Rescue

Adams County Fire Rescue (ACFR), formed in 2014 covering 19 square miles in Adams, Denver & Jefferson Counties including the areas of Arvada-East, Berkeley Gardens, City View Heights, Commerce City, Coronado Hills, Denver, Dewey Lake, Elmwood, Fairview, Hidden Lake-South, Hodgkins, Jim Baker Reservoir, Northfield, North Valley, Northview, Ranum, Rotello Park, Shaw Heights, Sherrelwood, Tennyson Knolls, Twin Lakes, Utah Junction, Valley View, Welby, Western Hills, Westminster & Zuni.

Adams County Fire Rescue was formed by a merger between North Washington Fire Rescue District & Southwest Adams County Fire Protection District in 2014. Both departments were originally formed in 1946.

Adams County Fire Rescue Auto-Aid (Automatic-Aid) agreement with: Federal Heights Fire Department (1991), North Metro Fire Rescue District (1996), Thornton Fire Department (1999), South Adams County Fire Department (2005), Westminster Fire Department (2011), Arvada Fire Protection District (2016), and the North Area Automatic Aid Agreement in 2019. 

Adams County Fire Rescue is part of the North Area Technical Rescue Team.

Adams County Fire Rescue is dispatched by Adcom 911.

Adams County Fire Rescue and the South Adams County Fire Department announced that they are working on a merger of the two entities into a single organization called South Adams County Fire Protection District, which will begin in 2020. On April 4th, 2019 both departments Board of Directors passed the IGA (Intergovernmental Agreement) to begin the integration period. Some departments will move to incorporate their day to day operations starting with mixing administrative and operations through 2019.

Station 11 – Twin Lakes
Station 12 – Hidden Lake
Station 13 – Denver
Station 14 – Welby
Station 15 – Westminster
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