Craig Fire Rescue

Craig Fire/Rescue, founded in 1921, covers 180 square miles in Moffat County (Colorado) including the areas of Cedar Mountain, Elk Ranch, Elkhead Reservoir, Moffat County Fairgrounds, North Park, Pan-O-Rama Trail, Trapper Mine & Wilderness Ranch. (FDID #08110)

Craig Fire/Rescue was originally formed in 1916 as the Craig Fire Department, during World War I, so many firemen went to fight that the fire department was disbanded. After the war, a new department was organized in 1921. Named changed in 1953 to the Craig Rural Fire Protection District. In 1994, the name changed to the Craig Fire/Rescue.

Station 1 – Craig
Training Center
Official Site


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