Colorado Air & Space Port originally started out as in 1984 as the Front Range Airport, and sits on 3,349 acres of land, surrounded by 6,000 open acres. The area features the tallest general aviation airport control tower and two 8,000 foot runways, and actively pursue the FAA designation of Spaceport, allowing for horizontal or vertical launch.
In 2018 Front Range Airport ARFF became the Colorado Air & Space Port ARFF.
Bennett-Watkins Fire Rescue District has a mutual-aid agreement as needed.
*ARFF Station 1
*ARFF Station 2
*No Station Information at this time
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