Highland Rescue Team Ambulance District
Highland Rescue Team Ambulance District (HRTAD), covering 33.5 square miles in Jefferson County including the areas of Apex Park, Bear Creek, Beaver Brook, Brookcress, Buffalo Bill Grave & Museum, Buffalo Overlook, Cabrini, Cedar Lake, Chief Hosa, Chimney Creek, Clear Creek Canyon, Cody Park, Cold Springs Ranch, Deer Valley, El Rancho, Elk Herd Enclosures, Evergreen, Genesee, Genesee Mountain, Genesee Park, Genesee Vista, Golden, Golden Reservoir, Grapevine, High Meadow, Idledale, Katherine Craig Park, Krestview, Lariat Loop, Little Park, Lockout Mountain, Lookout Mountain Nature Center & Preserve, Matthews – Winters Park, Moss Rock, Mother Cabrini Shrine, Mount Morrison, Mount Vernon, Paradise Hills, Rainbow Glen, Rainbow Hills, Range View, Red Rocks Park, Shingle Creek, Silver Willow, Skyhill, Spring Ranch, Summit Ranch, Thunder, Windy Saddle Park and also including I-70 from the Morrison Exit (Mile Marker 259) to just pass the Evergreen Exit (Mile Markers 251). (FDID #00015)
Highland Rescue also has a Wildland Fire Team that was established in 2009 and provides Wildland EMS support.
The Highland Rescue Team was founded in 1964 by the Idledale Fire Protection District volunteers and was originally named Idledale Rescue, named changed in 1966 to the Highland Rescue Team.
Highland Rescue Team provides EMS service and Wildland EMS support to the Foothills Fire Protection District and Genesee Fire Protection District.
Highland Rescue Team is dispatched by Jeffcom 911.
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