Parker Fire Protection District

Parker Fire Protection District, covered 110 square miles in Douglas, Elbert & Arapahoe Counties (Colorado) including the areas of Aurora, Bayou Gulch, Bingham Lake, Bradbury Ranch, Canterberry Crossing, Centennial, Centennial Airport-South Runways, Clark Farms, Cottonwood, Country Meadows, Crestview Estates, Denver Tech Center-South, Foxfield, Franktown, Grand View Estates, Hidden River, Interness, Iron Horse, Mead’s Crossing, Meridian, Misty Pines, Parker Heights, Parker View Estates, Parker Vista, Pine Grove, Pinery, Pine Lane, Pradera, Preston Hill, Rowley Downs, Sierra Vista, Smokey Hill Ranches, Stonegate, Stroh Ranch, Vistancia, Willow Ridge & Windy Hills.

Parker Fire Protection District was founded in 1958 as the Parker Volunteer Fire Department. In 1967, the District Court for Douglas County granted the creation of the Parker Fire Protection District. In 1983 the department transitioned from an all-volunteer fire department to a combination department with the hiring of its first career firefighters and fire chief. 

Parker Fire Protection District District Boundary were North: Orchard Rd. & Parker Rd. South: Bayou Gulch Rd. & Parker Rd. West: I-25. East: Delbert Rd.

Parker Fire Protection District was a member of the Tri-County Volunteer Firemen’s Association.

Parker Fire Protection District consolidated with South Metro Fire Rescue on May 1st, 2008 and operated briefly as the Parker-South Metro Fire Authority before switching the South Metro Fire Rescue Authority (SMFRA) name in September, 2008. Parker Fire Protection District completed their merge with South Metro Fire Rescue on January 1st, 2016.

Station 1 – Preston Hill
Station 2 – Foxfield
Station 3 – The Pinery
Station 4 – Meridian
Station 5 – Stonegate
Station 6 – Stroh Ranch
Station 7 – Tomahawk


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