Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue 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.
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 I Fire Restrictions
Routt County and the City of Steamboat Springs implemented Stage I Fire Restrictions at 8:00am on Friday, June 29, 2018, which will remain effect until rescinded. The U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management have also imposed Stage I Fire Restrictions for the entire Routt National Forest.
Under Stage I Fire Restrictions certain activities are prohibited, however, the public can still use charcoal fires for cooking (BBQ); may have recreational fires at private residences with a valid permit from Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue; and recreational/camp fires are allowed in permanent fire pits or fire grates in a developed picnic areas or camp grounds.
Legal fireworks that do not leave the ground or produce a report (explode with a loud bang) may be used by private citizens as long as they are used in a safe area, away from combustible/flammable materials.
Please review the Stage I Fire Restrictions for permitted and prohibited activities and contact Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue for questions, 970.879.7170.