LFPD Burn Permits Now being Issued
Douglas County has returned to NO Fire Restrictions as of December 16, 2020
Pike National Forest has canceled all fire restrictions as of December 10, 2020
LARKSPUR FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT
LFPD has at least 6 career firefighters/EMTs on duty at all times. Paid staff is augmented with around 35 trained and certified volunteer firefighters.
We operate an Advanced Life Support ambulance transport service. Our fleet consists of 3 ambulances; two located at Station 161 in the Town of Larkspur and one located at Station 162 in Perry Park.
You know the saying: "an ounce of prevention . . ." We're ready, 24/7 to respond to your emergency, but we'd prefer to prevent. From wildfire mitigation insprections to home smoke alarms and new business inspections, we're here to help.
Larkspur began as a volunteer fire department and volunteers are still critical to our success today. Download this application and consider joining us. All requirements are listed on the application but include: you must be at least 18; have a valid Colorado drivers' license and have a high school diploma or GED.
The Larkspur Volunteer Fire Auxiliary supports the department through fund raising efforts, educational programs and participation in community activities. Learn more at www.larkspuraux.org.
To mitigate! Wildfires can happen in any season in Colorado.