Leadville/Lake County Fire-Rescue

Leadville/Lake County Fire-Rescue (LLCFR), founded in 1882 covering 376 square miles in Lake County (Colorado) including the areas of California Gulch, Climax, Dexter, Evans Gulch, Iron Hill, Leadville Junction, Leadville National Fish Hatchery, Malta, Matchless Mine, Moffat Mine, San Isabel National Forest, Stringtown, Turquoise Lake, Twin Lakes & Venture Mine. (FDID #06515)

Leadville/Lake County Fire-Rescue took over fire service from the Climax Fire Department in 1995 and Twin Lakes Fire Department at an unknown date.

Leadville/Lake County Fire-Rescue is dispatched by Lake County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center.

Station 1 – Leadville
Station 2 – Twin Lakes
Headwaters Training Center
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