ACFR Jurisdiction Map

The map on this page shows the areas of Adams County that are within ACFR jurisdiction. Click on any of the station icons to learn more about that station.

ACFR - Adams County Fire Rescue

ACFR Jurisdiction Map

The map on this page shows the areas of Adams County that are within ACFR jurisdiction. Click on any of the station icons to learn more about that station.

ACFR Station 11

Station 11

1675 W. 69th Ave
Federal Heights, CO 80221

Station 11 opened in August of 2019, replacing the old Station 11 at 7980 Elmwood Lane. The 31,000 square foot super station is one of the most progressive in the country, and was built to respond to calls faster and reach more citizens in the district. The station houses a truck, an engine, a medic unit, a safety and medical unit, a brush truck, the Battalion Chief command vehicle, the heavy rescue unit, and a rapid deployment craft. Station 11 houses a minimum of ten firefighters and fire medics. The station was also built as a training facility for the technical rescue team.

Station 12

3365 W. 65th Ave
Denver, CO 80221

Station 12 was built in 1978 and was the original administration building of the Southwest Adams County Fire Protection District. The station was remodeled in 1997, and currently houses an engine and a medic. Station 12 always has a minimum of five firefighters/fire medics at all times. The station is also the official hazmat station of Adams County Fire Protection District. Although Station 12 responds to all types of incidents, EMS and evening calls are prevalent, as the station is in the midst of the Goat Hill neighborhood.

ACFR Station 13

Station 13

5840 Washington Street
Denver, Colorado 80216

Station 13 was built in 1980 and was remodeled extensively in 2003, while undergoing a kitchen renovation in 2019. The station has a minimum of five firefighters/fire medics. Station 13 houses an engine, a medic, and also a brush truck. Because of its geographic location, highway calls and industrial calls are frequent at Station 13.

Station 14

8055 Washington Street
Denver, CO 80229

Station 14 was built in 1980 and was remodeled in 2004. The station was originally the administration building of North Washington Fire Department. Station 14 houses a truck, a medic unit, and is crewed with at least five firefighters/fire medics. The truck is equipped with a 75 foot ladder. Although Station 14 responds to all incidents, the majority of calls are residential as the station is in the heart of the Welby neighborhood. The station is also scheduled to be remodeled in 2021.

Training Center

901 E. 68th Ave
Denver, CO 80216

The James “Jim Notary” Training Center has a rich history. It was originally the first North Washington Fire Department station, which was built in 1948. The building was completely torn down and rebuilt in 2002 as a training center. In 2004, the west bay was remodeled into an actual fire station, along with remaining as the training center for North Washington Fire Department. The training center includes a burn building on site, classrooms, and fitness center. Props used for training that are housed on site include a sprinkler/fire alarm prop, roof prop, forcible entry prop, and a liquid petroleum gas prop.

ACFR Fire Prevention Office

Fire Prevention Office

7980 Elmwood Ln
Denver, CO 80221

The ACFR Fire Prevention office is the former home of the Station 11, which is now located at 1675 W. 69th Ave. The former Station 11 was built in the early eighties, and was renovated in 2002. The Fire Prevention office has a full staff including the Fire Marshal, two Deputy Fire Marshals, ACFR’s Chief of Investigations, three Fire Inspectors, a Life Safety Educator, and a Fire Prevention administrative assistant. The Fire Prevention office is also the home of Riley, ACFR’s arson dog.

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