CONTROLLED BURNS ARE ALLOWED IN THE PUEBLO RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT WITH A PERMIT.

Our Mission Statement

The mission of Pueblo Rural Fire Protection District is to provide a Professional response to all emergencies with integrity, honor and excellence. To provide educational opportunities for the community we serve and to excel in the craft of Fire Fighting. We strive to face all emergencies that threaten the community with urgency, and to preserve life and property at all costs.

Notice of Cancellation for the Board Meeting on December-13-2023.pdf   PUEBLO RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT  CANCELLATION   NOTICE  for  December 13, 2023   Board Meeting  6 p.m. ...
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Elections Joint Press Release

Link for Elections-Joint-Press-Release.pdf   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, April 21, 2023 JOINT STATEMENT FROM PUEBLO COUNTY GOVERNMENT, PUEBLO WEST METROPOLITAN DISTRICT, COLORADO CITY METROPOLITAN DISTRICT,...
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Rules for Agricultural Burn

The Pueblo Rural Fire Protection District (“PRFD”) takes no liability, responsibility or obligation and states that the signed permit has informed PRFD of your intent to have this burn and to conduct it in a responsible way as not to lose control or inhibit any neighbor or other property.

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Rules for Residential Open Burn

Permittee is responsible for conducting the burn, which must be constantly and physically attended to with appropriate and adequate extinguishing equipment available and ready for immediate use for the size of the burn being conducted…

IF FOR ANY REASON THE FIRE GROWS TOO LARGE OR GETS OUT OF YOUR CONTROL DIAL 911

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Mike Furney

Fire Chief

719-948-4646
[email protected]

Rodney DeSiata

A Shift Assistant Chief

Fire Inspector

[email protected]

Steven "GIZ" Passig

B Shift Assistant Chief

Training Coordinator

[email protected]

Robert Tracy

C Shift Assistant Chief

EMS Coordinator

[email protected]

WildLand Fire Community Preparedness for 2021

Wildland fires can be a danger most of the year, now. Below is a link to a tool kit to help make sure that your house is protected against wildland fires this season.

Wildfire Community Preparedness Day Tool Kit

Transparency Notice

Our Agenda

Agenda for our meetings are posted at Station 1, Station 2, Station 3, and the Pueblo County Courthouse.  One week prior to a meeting contact Tomma Parco or Chief Mike Furney to be placed on an agenda.

Tomma Parco at (719) 568-2188 (cell) or (719) 948-2609 (home)

Chief Furney at (719) 948-4646
(Station No. 2)

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