Fire and EMS Services

Stage 2 Fire Restrictions

Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue (SSFR) serves the City of Steamboat Springs and the surrounding community by reducing human suffering and property loss, protecting the environment, and promoting life safety through incident response, public education, and fire prevention programs.

Services

SSFR delivers service to the City of Steamboat Springs and the surrounding area which falls under the Steamboat Springs Area Fire Protection District. For additional information on the Steamboat Springs Area Fire Protection District please visit their website.

STAGE 2 PERMIT EXEMPTIONS

max-larochelle-KxJKPddlYOM-unsplashWith resources stretched due to local wildfires, related calls and other enhanced prevention activities, SSFR will not be considering any exemption permits for work under Stage 2 Fire Restrictions until after the July 4th holiday weekend at the earliest.

Under Stage 2, the following acts are prohibited, welding, operating of acetylene or other torch with open flame, or any activity that generates heat or sparks such as grinding. In addition, operating or using any internal combustion engine without a spark arresting device properly installed, maintained and in effective working order is also prohibited.

We understand projects have work to complete but ask for patience as available SSFR resources are allocated on multiple fronts at this point. Conditions remain extremely dry, and all Stage 2 Fire Restrictions should be fully followed.

 

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    Chuck Cerasoli

    Fire Chief

  2. Travis Wilkinson

    Deputy Fire Chief

  3. Doug Shaffer

    Fire Marshal

  4. Shannon Yaconiello

    Fire Admin Assistant

  5. Physical Address
    2600 Pine Grove Road
    Steamboat Springs, CO 80477

    Mailing Address
    P.O. Box 775088
    Steamboat Springs, CO 80477

    Phone: 970-879-7170
    Fax: 970-870-8030


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City Council is seeking to develop solutions that assure Steamboat Springs Fire/EMS and its surrounding Fire District’s services keep pace with the community’s growing demands for service.