Crested Butte Fire Protection District
The mission of the Crested Butte Fire Protection District is to help improve the quality of life for our citizens by providing prompt, safe and efficient responses to emergencies with highly trained Firefighters and Emergency Medical Providers.
News and Updates via Facebook:
1 day ago
What a beautiful weekend to learn. 15 different Fire districts are here in Crested Butte learning critical topics that help ensure safety to you and us. Dave Dodson is delivering 2 important topics: the art of reading smoke and the art of reading buildings. Thanks to all the firefighters here who are dedicated to increasing their knowledge. ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Big congratulations to the CBFPD Team on this award. We have all worked hard to improve the level of service we provide. Thanks to everyone including our community, first responders and of course our team for continued excellence. 6 of us are in keystone at the state conference and will be accepting this award tonight. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations 🎊 well deserved!!
Congratulations, and thank you for maintaining your long-standing tradition of excellence in emergency services.
So proud of you all!
Congratulations Robert Weisbaum!
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1 month ago
You may see a haze and even smell a hint of smoke due to the Cow creek fire. If the smoke begins to effect anyone’s respiratory illnesses, we are here for you. Thank you.Winds have shifted near the Cow Creek Fire causing smoke to move into our area. This may impact our area for several days. Please only call dispatch if you see flames or a definitive plume of smoke. ... See MoreSee Less
Fire prevention week was a success. Thanks to all the staff and volunteers who helped teach the importance of fire prevention and thanks to CBCS for hosting us. Always a treat ... See MoreSee Less
INFORMATION update on Whetstone fire: No need to report smoke showing
Yesterday, 10/08/19 the fire became slightly active again due to lower humidity and high winds. USFS has been managing this since it began nearly 2 weeks ago and is watching it closely. There are no values at risk. Although the fire now encompasses approx 5 acres with isolated group torching, spotting and creeping, the fire crews are not actively putting it out. You may see some smoke - so please do not report. Electronic signs have been placed along hwy 135 and Ohio Creek Rd. We have snow anticipated starting tomorrow. Thank you all. ... See MoreSee Less