Evergreen Fire Rescue (EFR), covering 125 square miles in Jefferson, Park & Clear Creek Counties including the towns and areas of Alderfer-Three Sisters Open Space Park, Alpine Hills, Arapaho National Forest, Bear Creek, Bear Mountain Vista, Beaver Brook, Bergen Park, Bergen Peak State Wildlife Area, Blue Creek, Blue Spruce, Brook Forest, Brookvale, Camel Heights, Circle K Ranch, Corwina, Cub Creek, Cub Creek Park, Dedisse Park, Eagle Nest Trail, Elk Meadow Open Space Park, El Pinal Acres, El Rancho, Elephant Park, Elm Green, Evergreen Hills, Evergreen Lake, Evergreen Lakehouse, Evergreen Mountain, Evergreen Park Estates, Far View Acres, Floyd Hill, Forest Estates, Glen Eyrie, Greenwood, Hangen Ranch, Happy Hill, Herzman Mesa, Hidden Valley, Hill Top, Hiwan Hills, Hiwan Village, Kittredge, Little Cub Creek, Marshdale, Mountain Meadow Heights, Myers Gulch, O’Fallon Park, Parmalee, Ranch View, Rosedale, Rossman Gulch, Sawmill, Skyline, Soda Creek, Sprucedale, Stage Coach, Squaw Pass, Summit Trail, Sunset Heights, Tanoa, Troublesome Gulch, Troutdale, Upper Bear Creek, Valley-Hi Ranch, Wah Keeney, Waiikeeney, Wild Iris Meadow Loop Trail, Witter Gulch & Yankee Creek.
Evergreen Fire Protection District originally started out in 1926 as the Mountain Parks Protective Association Bucket Brigade with a group of volunteers. Evergreen Volunteer Fire Department was formed in 1948, and the Evergreen Ambulance Service was formed in 1952 until 1986 when they merged with the fire district. In 2009 the protection district was created.
Evergreen Fire Protection District is dispatched by Jeffcom 911.