Stations 272 and 261 are staffed by reserves. Station 261 is a joint facility with the Rattlesnake Fire Protection District.
“It is through professionalism, dedication to duty, integrity and exceptional training that we endeavor to safeguard the lives and property of our citizens.”
-Division Chief, Heath Aldridge
The primary functions of the EFPD are:
¨ Basic and Advanced Life Support
¨ Fire Suppression
¨ Fire Prevention
¨ Rescue and Extrication
¨ Hazardous Materials
¨ Emergency Ambulance Transport
¨ Public Education
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The Elizabeth Fire Protection District provides emergency fire suppression, rescue and emergency medical services to over 111 square miles of Elbert County. EFPD operates 24 hours per day, 7 days-a-week. Our combination paid/reserve department runs an average of 1,000 calls annually. EFPD personnel enjoy the highest quality of training, as well as the most advanced equipment and apparatus available. Men and women at least 21 years of age, who have the desire and physical capability to participate in Fire, Rescue and Emergency Medical Services, are encouraged to apply.
“We will actively participate in our community, serve as role models and strive to effectively utilize all of the necessary resources available to provide a service deemed excellent by our citizens.”
-Chief , TJ Steck
Complete our Application available on our website at www.elizabethfire.com or they are available in our administrative office at 155 W. Kiowa Ave., Elizabeth, CO 80107.
Once your application has been received, it will be reviewed by our Membership Committee and you will be called in to interview. Following your interview:
¨ Provisional Offer
¨ Physical Agility Test
¨ Background Check
¨ DOT/Drug Test
¨ Invitation to join our Academy
Elizabeth Fire Rescue
Your experience as a reserve firefighter will be one of the most rewarding of your life! Once certified, you will have the opportunity to serve your community and help your friends and neighbors when they need help the most. Come share in the pride, professionalism and friendship among the members of the Elizabeth Fire Protection District.
Participation as a “reserve” member provides a sense of accomplishment you will not find anywhere else. The self esteem and personal rewards gained by working as a team under difficult circumstances is a unique and distinctive experience. Our department is well known regionally for our superior training programs and professionalism. The prospect for advancement is real. Over the last few years, many of our reserve members have been hired-on for career positions by EFPD and some of the largest fire departments in the state. EFPD has also been known to provide the highest average test scores.
We have four fire stations in our district. Station 271 and 273 are staffed 24/7.