Grand Junction Fire Department

Grand Junction Fire Department (GJFD), founded in 1889 covers 93 square miles in Mesa County (Colorado) including the areas of Appleton, Bookcliff, Canyon View, Colorado National Monument, Colorado River State Park, Connected Lakes, Cross Orchards Historic Farm, Duck Pond Park, Durham, Eagle Rim Park, Fruitvale, Grand Valley, Gunnison Dam, Las Colonias, Little Park, Matchett, Orchard Mesa, Pear Park, Pomona Park, Red Canyon, Redlands, Riggs Hill, Riverside, Rosevale, Walker State Wildlife Area, West Lake & Whitman Park. (FDID #07735)

The Grand Junction Fire Department is a career fire department with full-time employees serving Fire/EMS operations, fire prevention, community outreach, and administration. The department is comprised of 6 Fire Stations across the city with daily staffing of up to 42 personnel spread across 4 Engine Companies, 2 Truck Companies, 1 Battalion Chief, 2 Medical Officers, 6 “911” Ambulances, and 1 “IFT” / Day-Shift Ambulance. The department recently built its sixth station and has plans to add two more in the next 5 years to add additional coverage to the growing city thanks to the 2018 First Responder Tax that will fund 3 new fire stations, the personnel to staff them, and the apparatus to respond with.

The City of Grand Junction Fire Department provides fire protection, rescue, and emergency medical services to the City of Grand Junction, Grand Junction Rural Fire Protection District, and Grand Junction Redlands Fire Sub-District.

Grand Junction Fire Department is dispatched by Grand Junction Regional Communication Center.

Station 1 – Downtown
Station 2 – Matchett
Station 3 – Pomona Park
Station 4 – Orchard Mesa
Station 5 – Redlands
Station 6 – Horizon Park
Station 7 – Appleton
Station 8 – Pear Park
Fire Administration
Reserve Apparatus
Regional Training Facility
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