Lefthand Fire Protection District

Lefthand Fire Protection District (LHFPD), volunteer department founded in 1981 and covering 52 square miles in Boulder County (Colorado) including the areas of Altona, Balarat, BarK Ranch, Buckingham Park, Cal-Wood, Conifer Hill, Corral Trail, Crestview Estates, Crocker Ditch, Dakota Hogback, Fairview Peak, Geer Gulch, Glacier View Ranch, Glendale Gulch, Greenbrier, Haidi Ditch, Heil Valley, Jamestown, James Creek, Lakeridge Trail, Lake of the Pines, Lee Hill, Lefthand Canyon, Mattoon’s Highlands, Mountain Ridge, Neva, Nugget Hill, North Foothills Ranch, Olde Stage, Overland Trail Area, Peak to Peak Highway, Rock Lake, Rowena, Sixmile Canyon, Sky Ranch Estates, South St. Vrain Canyon, Springdale, Spruce Gulch, Stream Crest, Walker Mountain & Wonderland Lake. (FDID #01357)

Lefthand Fire Protection District was founded in 1981 and the named after Chief Niwot or Left Hand(-ed) (c. 1825–1864), was a tribal leader of the Southern Arapaho people.

Lefthand Fire Protection District has automatic-aid/or mutual-aid agreements with Boulder Fire-Rescue District, Boulder Rural Fire Rescue, Gold Hill Fire Protection District, Hygiene Fire Protection District, Jamestown Volunteer Fire Department, Longmont Fire DepartmentLyons Fire Protection District and Pinewood Springs Fire Protection District.

Lefthand Fire Protection District (4100) is dispatched by Boulder County Communications.

Station 1 – Altona
Station 2 – Bark Ranch
Station 3 – Lee Hill
Station 4 – Nugget Hill
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