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Help Shape the Future of Boulder Fire-Rescue

Boulder Fire-Rescue is currently working on an update to its Master Plan. This process includes a thorough evaluation of how the department currently operates and potential areas for improvement or efficiencies. Learn about what's ahead and how you can get involved.

Boulder Fire-Rescue Master Plan

Provide Feedback Online

Visit Be Heard Boulder , the city's new online engagement platform, to provide feedback on this project. We currently have a survey about your perception of risks in Boulder and possible changes to emergency medical services. We'd love your input!

Contact Information

Emergencies: 911
Non-emergency dispatch: 303-441-3333
Fire inspections & plan reviews: 303-441-4179
Administrative offices: 303-441-3350
Boulder County Sheriff’s Office/Non-emergency dispatch: 303-441-4444

Message From the Chief

On behalf of the dedicated men and women of the Boulder Fire-Rescue, I welcome you to our website. Boulder Fire-Rescue Department (BFRD) strives to make Boulder a safe place to live, work and play. BFRD reduces the human suffering caused by fires, accidents, sudden illnesses, hazardous material releases, and other disasters.

I hope you find that it, and the men and women of our organization, exceed your expectations for public service. We continually strive for excellence and always welcome your suggestions on how we might serve you better.

Michael Calderazzo
Fire Chief 

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