Aurora Fire Rescue

Aurora Fire Rescue, covering 155 square miles in Arapahoe, Adams & Douglas Counties including the areas of Altura, Apache Mesa, Aurora Hills, Aurora Highlands, Buckingham Square, Centre Point, City Center, Colfax Square, Colfax Villa, Delaney Farm, Del Mar, Eagle Bend, Expo Park, Friendly Village, Gaylord Rockies, Havana Heights, Heather Gardens, Heather Ridge, Heritage Eagle Bend, Hillscrafts Village, Highland Villages, Highpoint, Hoffman Heights, Jewell Heights, Kingsbough, Kirkgaard Acres, Laredo, Lyn Knoll, Meadow Hills, Meadowood, Murphy Creek, Northeast, Painted Prairie, Queensborough, Ridgeview Glen, Sable Ridge, Saddle Rock, Sand Creek, Seville, Southeast Crossing, Spring Creek Meadows, Sunridge, Sunnyvale, Utah Park, Village East & Willow Park. (FDID # 00505)

Aurora Volunteer Fire Department was originally the Fletcher Volunteer Fire Department, which was formed in 1902 until 1907 when the town of Fletcher became Aurora, the department was all-volunteer until 1951. Aurora Fire Department took over fire service from the Hoffman Heights Fire Protection District in 1956 and the Fitzsimons Fire Department in 1996.

Aurora Fire Rescue is dispatched by Aurora 911 Emergency Communications.

Station 1 – Del Mar
Station 2 – Hoffman Heights
Station 3 – Sand Creek
Station 4 – Expo Park
Station 5 – Laredo
Station 6 – Meadowood
Station 7 – Southeast Crossing
Station 8 – City Center
Station 9 – Heather Ridge
Station 10 – Ridgeview Glen
Station 11 – Havana Heights
Station 12 – Northeast
Station 13 – Saddle Rock
Station 14 – Heritage Eagle Bend
Station 15 – Murphy Creek
Station 16 – Gaylord Rockies
Station 17 – Harmony
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