North Fork Volunteer Fire Department

North Fork Fire Protection District (NFFPD), all-volunteer department covering 240 square miles in Jefferson, Douglas & Park Counties (Colorado) including the areas of Baldy Peak, Bear Mountain, Bennett Mountain, Buffalo Creek, Camp Shadybrook, Cheeseman Reservoir, Cliffdale, Colorado Trail, Crassons, Crystal Lake, Dear Creek, Deckers, Dome Rock, Eagle Rock, Flying J Ranch, Hatch, Longview, Lost Valley Ranch, Nighthawk, Oxyoke, Pine Bluff, Pike National Forest, Pine Grove, Pine, Pine Station, Pine Valley Ranch, Rainbow Falls-North, Redskin Mountain, Russell Gulch, Scraggy View, Skull Rock, South Fork, Stoney Pass, Trumbull, Twin Cedars, Wellington Lake, Wildcat Creek, Willow Bend & Wigwam Creek. (FDID #05978)

North Fork Volunteer Fire Department originally organized in 1977 as a non-profit corporation, and fire protection district in 1991. The district took over fire service from the Trumbull Volunteer Fire Department.

North Fork Fire Rescue is part of the 285 corridor fire departments and has an auto-aid / or mutual-aid agreements with Elk Creek Fire Protection District, Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District, Mountain Communities Volunteer Fire Department, Platte Canyon Fire Protection District & West Douglas County Fire Protection District.

North Fork Fire Protection District (1200) is dispatched by Jeffcom 911.

Station 1 – Buffalo Creek
Station 2 – Pine Grove
Station 3 – Trumbull
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