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Important Information & Services

Dial 911 in case of emergency

In the event of an emergency, fire or medical, dial 911 and provide your detailed location and type of incident to the 911 operator. By doing so, you are ensured of an expedient response from trained volunteers and professionals. Not only will our local fire department be responding, but also the 911 dispatcher will be simultaneously dispatching Estes Park Ambulance and mutual aid tones to surrounding fire departments. In critical situations, time is of the utmost importance. By following theses procedures, you will receive the best response and professional care.



The PSFPD is proactive at understanding its community needs. There are several proactive steps you can take to help us help you.

  • Participate in wildfire mitigation on your property - learn more by setting up a free Wildfire Mitigation Assessment with a member of our Fire Department. PSFPD has affiliated with Wildfire Partners of Larimer County to offer an updated and enhanced assessment. 
    • This survey will detect issues in and around your home that can be removed or corrected to lessen the ignition points on your home site
    • Once the survey is completed you will receive valuable feedback to support wildfire mitigation on your property, including details on potential savings on state taxes and homeowner's insurance information
  • Contact our department to pre-plan for any special needs (hearing or visual impairment or mobility concerns).
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Chimney Maintenance – Each year our fire department responds to chimney fires more than once. You should make it a habit to have your chimneys cleaned each fall prior to use. A chimney sweep is much less expensive than a fire or smoke damage. Pay specific attention when you first fire up your stove or fireplace an check all connection points for leaks and pay attention to poor drafting. This may be an indication of blockage somewhere in the pipes.

Insurance Services Office – Public Protection Classification Rating

The Fire Board is pleased to announce that our current ISO rating has been determined to be at a Class 3 for all properties within 5 miles of the Pinewood Springs fire station, which applies to residences within the PSFPD response area.  This is a significant fire protection rating improvement, effective on March 1st, 2016.