Southeast Weld Fire Protection District

Southeast Weld Fire Protection District (SEWFPD), formed in 1954 covering 405 square miles in Weld County & 87 square miles in Adams County, including the towns and areas of Dearfield, Keenesburg, Lost Creek, Masters, Prospect Valley, Riverside Reservoir, Roggen, Roy, Sand Creek, Slone, South Roggen, Tampa & The Wild Animal Sanctuary. In addition, significant portions of I-76, Highway 52, and Highway 79.

Southeast Weld Fire Protection District is dispatched by Weld County Regional Communications Center.

Station 1 – Keenesburg
Station 2 – Prospect Valley
Station 3 – Roggen
Station 4 – Slone
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