Artesia Volunteer Fire District

Artesia Volunteer Fire District, covering 73.5 square miles in Moffat County (Colorado) including the areas of Baking Powder Ridge, Baxter Flats, Baxter Springs, Blue Mountain, Boston Flats, Box Canyon, Buffalo Gulch, Cathedral Bluffs, Cedar Mountain, Cedar Springs Draw, Colorado Welcome Center at Dinosaur, Cross Mountain, Dinosaur, Dinosaur National Monument, Elk Springs, Elk Springs Draw, Elk Springs Ridge, Dinosaur, Dinosaur National Monument & Park, Dripping Rock Creek, Jack Springs, Jack Springs Pass, Lay, Lone Tree Draw, Martin Gap, Massadona, Maybell Ditch, Middle Fork Creek, Rock Wall Gulch, Skull Creek, Skull Creek Basin, Sunbeam, Thornburg Draw, Twelvemile Mesa, Wild Horse Ridge, Wolf Creek & Yampa River. (FDID #08105)

Artesia Volunteer Fire District is bordered by the Colorado / Utah State line on the west, the Moffat / Rio Blanco County line on the south and County Rd. 16 on the north.

Artesia Volunteer Fire District also is known as the Artesia Volunteer Fire Protection District and Artesia Fire Protection District.

Station 1 – Dinosaur
Station 2 – Elk Springs

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