Welcome to the

Larkspur Fire Protection District 

“Dedicated to our community through quality services, compassion, and excellence”

LFPD Board of Directors is currently accepting Letters of Interest for an open position (serving until May, 2016) on the Board of Directors.

To be considered for this position please submit a Letter of Interest to Jodi Warner at jwarner@larkspurfire.org or 9414 S. Spruce Mtn. Rd Larkspur CO 80118 no later than Monday, July 6, 2015.

 Attendance at the July 9, 2015 Board of Directors meeting is suggested for those who are interested in filling this vacancy, to introduce yourself and state why you should serve in this position.

Black Forest Fire – June 11, 2013

Pikes Peak Wildfire Prevention Partners


Wildfire can happen to you!

Wildfire/Mitigation Workshop March 27, 2015

Press Release

Workshop Announcement Flyer

Workshop Schedual


LFPD wildfire/mitigation Workshop

Saturday, April 18, 2015

9:00 am – 1:00 pm

At Station 161 – 9414 S. Spruce Mountain Road,

Larkspur, CO

Free admission and light refreshments served

Experts in the subject will help you learn how to

protect your family, home, property, community

and lifestyle from the devastating effects of wildfire

Updates on the upcoming fire season and

regional preparedness efforts


Perry Park Ranch Firewise

Community Meeting

May 2, 2015 – 9 am till noon

At the Perry Park Golf Club House 



Black Forest Fire Video



Larkspur Fire Ready, Set, Go Presentation: LFPD_RSG Powerpoint 2013

READY, SET, GO – 2A – RSG National Action Guide Low Res

Wildfire: It’s Just the First 10 Minutes

of Your Disaster!

Fire Restrictions

Click on the link below for more information. 
Douglas County Fire Restrictions

Click on the link below for Pike National Forest Fire Restrictions
Pike National Forest Fire Restrictions

Note:  Individual counties may have fire restrictions in place that are in effect in the portion of the Pike National Forest within their county even if the Pike National Forest does not have forest-wide fire restrictions in place.

Fire Restrictions in other Colorado Counties

Wildfire Evacuation

Waldo Canyon Fire – Colorado Springs – June 2012

Are you prepared for an evacuation from a wildland fire?
Click on: Wildfire Action Plan Video for information on how to prepare for and what to do if a wildfire evacuation order is issued.  Do not wait for an official notification to evacuate if you feel threatened by a wildland fire.  Leave early and drive away from the fire.

Also, visit the
 Ready, Set, Go! website for more information on evacuation issues.


Please click on CodeRED to register for the Douglas County Emergency Mass Notification System that will allow your cell phones, work phones, and email to be contacted as well as your home phone, should an emergency event or evacuation notice affect the area where you live.  Add additional members of your family and their contact info by seperate registration for each person at your address.


Douglas County also offers a program for citizens with special needs that may require assistance in the event of a disaster.  Please click on:    Special Needs Registration 
for more information.  The Special Needs Registry should be considered for all people who have special medical needs (i.e. oxygen or life support systems that are dependent upon electrical power) or have disabilities that would make it difficult to independently follow public safety directions, such as evacuation, if the need arose.


Community Wildfire Protection Plan(CWPP)
The Communities of: Sterling Pointe, Perry Park East, Sage Port, Bear Dance, Hidden Forest & Antlers continue to work on a CWPP.   This plan will serve as a guide for residents as they work towards the goal of creating a Fire Adapted Community.

If you live in one of these communities, please contact the HOA board of directors for your community to ask how you can be apart of the planning process.

To go to the LFPD CWPP page click on: CWPP 

To go Also visit Firewise Communities for more information on wildfire mitigation visit: Firewise Communities

Please click on: 

for information regarding the Colorado State tax subtraction for expenses related to wildfire mitigation. 


No trees allowed? Don’t believe the hype when it comes to wildfire safety and your home.