Mountain View Fire Rescue

Mountain View Fire Rescue (MVFR), covering 250 square miles in Boulder, Jefferson and Weld Counties (Colorado) including the areas of  Autumn Ridge, Ballinger Reservoir, Barbour State Park, Baseline Reservoir, Baseline Reservoir, Bastille, Bastille, Bear Canyon, Bear Canyon, Bear Peak West Ridge Trail, Bear Peak West Ridge Trail, Boulder, Boulder Creek, Boulder Tech Center, Box Canyon, Box Canyon, Brownsville, Burke Lake, Burke Lake, Candlelight Ridge, Canfield, Canyon Creek, Cherryvale, Coal Creek, Coalton, Colorado National Speedway, Crown Rock, Dacono, Darvey Farms, Davidson Ditch, Del Camino, Dobbins Run, Dodd Reservoir, Eggleston Reservoir, Eggleston, Eldorado Canyon State Park, Eldorado Springs, Elmwood Reservoir, Environmental Technology Site, Erie, Fairview Estates, Firestone, Flagstaff Mountain, Flatirons Vista, Golden, Goodhue Ditch, Gooding, Grand View, Green Bear Trail, Green Mountain West Ridge Trail, Greenbelt Plateau, Gregory Canyon, Hillcrest, Gunbarrel Estates, Harsch Heights, Hillcrest Heights, Hodgson Harris, Hunters Gove, Kossler Lake, Kossler, Lake Mesa, Lakeshore, Legend Ridge, Leggett-Owens, Leyner, Long Canyon, Long Gulch, Longmont, Lookout Ridge, Louisville, Marshallville Ditch, Marshall. Marshall Lake, Marshall Mesa, Meadow Vale, Mead, Meadowdale, Morton Heights, Mountain View Estates, National Renewable Energy Lab, Niwot, Old Mesa, Old Town Superior, Panther Canyon, Oriole Estates, Overbrook, Oxford Farms, Pal Nor, Panorama Point, Pine Needle Nutch, Pleasant View Ridge, Plumbs, Quiet Retreat, Ridglea Hills, Rock Creek, Rocky Flats, Rocky Flats Wildlife Refuge, Sagamore, Shadow Canyon, Sombrero Ranch, Somerset, South Boulder Creek, South Boulder Peak, Spanish Hills, Spring Brook, Superior, Tabor, Valley Del Rio, Valmont Reservoir, Vista Ridge, Walker Ranch Park, Walnut Creek, Wattenberg, Westview Estates, White Hawk Ranch, Whiteriver Park, Wildflower, Willow Glen & Wyndham Hill. (FDID #01363)

Mountain View Fire Rescue originally started out as Longmont Rural Fire Protection District in 1961, and changed the name to Longmont Fire Protection District in 1962. In 1990 Erie Fire Department consolidated with Longmont Fire Protection District. Dacono Area Fire Protection District joined in 1991 and that same year the named changed to Mountain View Fire Protection District. In 1997 implementation of paramedic engines and ALS transport services implemented. In 1997 inclusion of a portion of the Tri-Area Ambulance District. In 2020 the Rocky Mountain Fire District merged with Mountain View and began operating under Mountain View Fire Rescue, which was started on January 1st, 2021.

Mountain View Fire Rescue has automatic-aid agreement /or mutual-aid with Arvada Fire Protection District, Boulder Fire-Rescue District, Boulder Rural Fire Rescue(2007), Fairmount Fire Protection District, Hygiene Fire Protection District, Lafayette Fire Department, Longmont Fire Department, Louisville Fire Protection District & North Metro Fire Rescue District.

Mountain View Fire Rescue is part of the North Area Technical Rescue Team and the Boulder County Hazmat Authority.

Mountain View Fire Rescue and Rocky Mountain Fire District entered into an agreement on January 1st, 2021 and is operating as one under Mountain View Fire Rescue.

Mountain View Fire Rescue (2200) is dispatched by Weld County Regional Communications Center & Boulder County Communications.

Station 1 – Longmont
Station 2 – Boulder
Station 3 – Mead
Station 4 – Niwot
Station 5 – Superior
Station 6 – Erie
Station 7 – Dacono
Station 8 – South Erie
Station 9 – Eldorado Springs
Station 10 – Flagstaff
**Station 11 – Cherryvale
**Station 12 – Brownsville
Station 13 – Training
Station 15 – Leyner
Command / Support
Bear Peak Wildland Fire Module
Fleet Maintenance Facility
Patches / Logos
**Station Closed
Official Site


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