Greeley Fire Department
Greeley Fire Department (GFD), covering 64 square miles in Weld County (Colorado) including the areas of Bittersweet, Boomerang, Brentwood, Centennial Park, Centennial Village, Garden City, Glenmere, Hazelton, Hogarty Reservoir, Linn Grove, Monfort Park, Pheasant Run, University Of Northern Colorado-UNC & Union Colony Civic Center. (FDID #12333)
Greeley Fire Department is also cross trained to operate the Greeley-Weld County Airport ARFF apparatus.
Poudre Valley Hook and Ladder Company was founded in 1871, also called “Poudre Valley Hooks” or the “Boomer Hooks” after Captain William. M. Boomer. In 1913 Greeley Fire Department was formed with the hose companies listed as the Boomer Hooks, J.L. Brush Hose Co. No. 1, Geo. D. Statler Hose Co. No. 2, Greeley Hose Co. No. 3, and South Side Hose Co. No. 4. Union Colony Fire Rescue Authority was founded in 1997 when an agreement was reached between the Greeley Fire Department and Western Hills Fire Protection District, and the named changed to Greeley Fire Department in 2011.
Greeley Fire Department has automatic and/or mutual-aid agreements with Evans Fire Protection District, Loveland Fire Rescue Authority, Poudre Fire Authority & Windsor Severance Fire Rescue.
Greeley Fire Department has an agreement with UC Health Paramedics (UCH) as the medical provider for the district.
Greeley Fire Department is dispatched by Weld County Regional Communications Center.
Station 1 – Greeley
Station 2 – Centennial Park
Station 3 – Bittersweet
Station 4 – Garden City
Station 5 – Monfort Park
Station 6 – Linn Grove
Station 7 – Hazelton
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