Estes Valley Fire Protection District (EVFPD), covering 66.3 square miles in Larimer County including the towns and areas of Aspen Brook, Aspen Knoll, Beaver Meadows, Bella Vista, Big Thompson Canyon-West, Black Canyon, Bobcat Gulch, Buck Creek, Canyon Cove, Canyon River, Castle Mountain, Cherokee Meadows, Devils Gulch, Dripping Springs, Dry Gulch, Eagle Cliff Mountain, Enos Mill Cabin, Estes Park, Estes Valley, Fall River, Fish Creek, Gianttrack Mountain, Kiowa Ridge, Lake Estes, Lily Lake, Livingston Lake, Loveland Heights, Lumpy Ridge, MacGregor Ranch, Mary’s Lake, Old Fall River, Pawnee Meadows, Peak View, Prospect Mountain, Rabbit Gulch, Rams Horn Mountain, Rocky Mountain National Park-East, Stanley Hotel, Stone Cliffe, Thunder Mountain, Trail Ridge Road-East, Willow Ridge, Windcliff & Wind River.
Estes Valley Fire Protection District established in 2010, and originally founded in 1907 as the Estes Park Volunteer Fire Department.
Estes Valley Fire Protection District is dispatched by EPECC.
Station 71 – Estes Park
Station 72 – Rocky Mountain National Park
Command / Support
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