Castle Rock Fire Rescue

Castle Rock Fire & Rescue Department (CRFD), covering 66 square miles in Douglas County (Colorado) including the areas of Baldwin Park, Bell Mountain Ranch, Bison Park, Brookside, Canon Ridge, Castle Butte, Castle Crest, Castle Highlands Park, Castle Oaks, Castle Ridge, Castlewood Canyon, Castlewood Ranch, Cedar Hill. Centennial Park, Charter Oaks, Cobblestone, Cobblestone Ranch, Crowfoot Valley, Crystal Valley, Diamond Ridge, Escavera, Founders Village, Gemstone Park, Greater Plum Creek, Hidden Mesa, Highlands Vista, Hunt Gulch, Keene Ranch, Lake Gulvh, Lemon Gulch, Liberty Village, Lost Canyon, Matney Park, McMurdo Gulch, Meadows, Memmen Park, Metzler Ranch, Mitchell Gulch Park, Paintbrush Park, Philip S Miller Park, Pine Crest, Plum Creek, Quarry Mesa Open Space, Red Hawk, Rhyolite Regional Park, Ridgeline Open Space, Rock Park, Rocky View, Sapphire Pointe, Scott Gulch, Setlers Gulch, Silver Heights, Spring Bridge, Springer Park, Stone Canyon, Stone Point Trail, Tomah, Twin Oaks, Wilcox Square, Willow Creek, Wolfensberger, Woodlands, Wrangler Park & Yucca Hills. (FDID #03510)

Castle Rock Fire Rescue started out in 1892 as a fire brigade. In 1915 as the Castle Rock Volunteer Fire Department was organized until the late 1990’s.

Castle Rock Fire Rescue (150) is dispatched by Douglas Regional 911 Communications Center under the United Fire Dispatch Authority (Castle Rock, Franktown, Jackson 105, and Larkspur fire departments).

Station 151 – Downtown
Station 152 – Crystal Valley
Station 153 – Founders Village
Station 154 – The Meadows
Station 155 – Crowfoot Valley
Station 156 – Cobblestone Ranch
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