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Save the date and join us on Saturday, May 6, 2023, from 9:00am to 12noon for our 2nd annual Community Wildfire Awareness Day event!

Pinewood Springs Firefighters and representatives from Larimer County Emergency Services, LETA, Colorado State Forest Service, Larimer County Office of Emergency Management and others will be here to provide information and answer your questions about wildfire mitigation and creating defensible space around your home, as well as information about emergency preparedness and preparing for evacuation. In addition, members from all of our local organizations will be here, including the Pinewood Springs Property Owners Association (PSPOA), the Pinewood Springs Water District, and the Pinewood Springs Road Advisory Board.

Follow this link to understand why you need to attend: How Do Homes Burn in a Wildfire? – YouTube

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Department Charter:
The Pinewood Springs Fire Protection District is a volunteer tax-based entity that provides services to the community of Pinewood Springs and Estes Park Estates, the adjacent National Forest areas, and  the US Highway 36 corridor.


The  coverage area includes sections of Larimer and Boulder Counties.

Our Core services include:

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PWS Fire Rescue: Truck 5101
  • Structure fire protection
  • Wildland fire suppression
  • Vehicle-fire suppression
  • Basic medical response
  • Motor vehicle accident response
  • Hazardous material containment and mitigation
  • Mutual Aid response
  • Rapid Intervention Team services.


These are provided with an emphasis on protection of life, limb, and property. In addition, the Fire Department accords its members the freedom to exercise discretionary use of training and resources to act on behalf of our customers in order to provide general assistance in a safe, courteous and respectful manner.