Community Events and Public Education Events Request Form

If you would like ACFR to attend your community event or request a Public Education event, please fill out the following form. Please note because of time constraints and schedules, we cannot guarantee we can attend every event.

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Operation Freebird

Every year, the week before Thanksgiving, Adams County Fire Rescue takes part in Operation Freebird. The event is put on by the Adams County Sheriff’s Office with generous assistance from many people in the community. Operation Freebird provides a complete Thanksgiving meal for those in need along with health screenings and other community services that are offered. In past years, ACFR has participated in this community event by showing children the value of having smoke detectors in our homes, letting children tour our smokehouse, and also teaming up with Mile High RETAC to teach the community CPR and the use of AEDs.

Two firefighters and four children
Firefighter giving out candy to children at Halloween event

Trunk or Treat

Every year, usually the Friday night before Halloween, we participate in Adams County Sheriff’s Office Trunk or Treat event along with Adams County Office of Emergency Management, and Adams County Animal Management. The event has previously been held at Ranum Middle School and neighborhood kiddos are invited to wear their favorite costumes, meet first responders, and check out each agency’s apparatus and learn more about safety in their community.

Toy Drive

We held our first annual Toy Drive in December of 2021, along with Adams County Sheriff’s Office, and Boyer’s Coffee. The event was a huge success as our firefighters and administration bought presents for Adams County children in need, along with toy donations from the Adams County Sheriff’s Office, and the Boyer’s staff. Our community also donated to the cause by dropping off toys at the Boyer’s coffee truck at 73 rd and Washington. This is an event we plan on continuing and making even bigger and better!

Six firefighters in front of Christmas tree