Due to the high fire danger conditions throughout the area, fire restrictions are still in effect in Jefferson County, Boulder County and Gilpin County. The Coal Creek Canyon FPD urges all Canyon residents to check with their County Sheriff's Office for the most current outdoor fire activities allowed or prohibited. We also recommend that everyone register their mobile or VOIP phone line with their County Sheriff's Office - land lines are automatically registered to receive e911 notifications in the event of an emergency.
Each County Sheriff's Office contact information is as follows:
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office - www.co.jefferson.co.us/sheriff/index.htm 303-277-0211 (non-emergency)
Boulder County Sheriff's Office - www.bouldercounty.org/government/offices/pages/sheriff.aspx 303-441-4444 (non-emergency)
Gilpin County Sheriff's Office - www.co.gilpin.co.us/Sheriff/sheriffindex.htm 303-582-5500 (non-emergency)
Please be aware that the Coal Creek Canyon Fire Protection District (CCCFPD) adopted the following Fire Ban Policy (Resolution 11-06) on July 11, 2011:
"The District shall enforce a District-wide ban on open fires if any one of the three Counties in the District (Jefferson, Boulder, Gilpin) has a Fire Ban in effect."
Just a Reminder ... If you see or smell smoke, have a medical emergency, see a car off the road, hear an alarm go off, etc... CALL 9-1-1. The Coal Creek Canyon firefighters are notified of all emergencies via the Boulder Communications 911 dispatch system ... not through calls to our business office.