Fire - Rescue COVID-19 Measures
Due to COVID-19, and the threat that this pandemic presents to the public as well as our emergency responders, measures to prevent the spread are in place within Boulder Fire Rescue.
We encourage your feedback as we strive to maintain our high standards, and welcome your recommendations about the service we provide, your commendations or your complaints about the actions of any department member.
Due to COVID-19 our ride-along program has been suspended until further notice.
If possible, please make your request at least two weeks in advance of your event. Please note, we are not able to host or attend birthday parties.
Open burning regulations within city of Boulder limits.
Your children are important to you! They’re important to the Boulder Fire-Rescue too, which is why we have a team of car seat technicians. These trained specialists are available to teach parents how to safely install their car seats and ensure their child is as safe as possible while in it. This service is great for new parents, as well as people who just want to ‘double check’ that they are doing everything correctly.
During a car seat inspection, we will:
Get the form:
How it works:
All plans submitted to the City of Boulder Fire Rescue must be submitted through the city's Customer Self-Service Portal.
In order to get a license, the city of Boulder requires all vending trucks, canteens or food service vehicles which utilize fuel for cooking to be inspected and permitted by the fire safety division. A packet explaining how to get an inspection and what we look for can be accessed by the link on the right of the page.