El Paso County Wildland Fire Management

El Paso County Wildland Fire Management, 7 Career and 30-volunteer team that covers more than 2,158 square miles and comprised of citizens from El Paso County (Colorado) and the surrounding area dedicated to saving lives and property. All crew members are dedicated, well-trained, hard-working individuals who take satisfaction in delivering a much needed and important service to the community. El Paso County Number Series: 3100

El Paso County Wildland Fire Management provides engine crews and hand crews for all ranges of wildland fire suppression from initial attack to mop-up, prescribed burns, and urban interface protection. Since 1994 this crew has successfully fought hundreds of wildland fires in our county and surrounding areas from small lightning strikes to full blown wildland fires. In addition to fire suppression activities the crew provides public services in the form of training and education.

El Paso County Wildland Fire Management assists all County fire departments, United States Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Colorado Department of Public Safety, Colorado State Forest Tree Service, National Park Service, Department of Defense: Air Force Academy & Fort Carson.

El Paso County Wildland Fire Management (3100) is dispatched by El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Communications Center.

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