Fire Danger High
18-Sep-2017
Sky is the limit
RCVFD maintains an efficient Quick Medical Response Team. We coordinate our medical response with Poudre Valley EMS Ambulance, Thompson Valley EMS, and and Flight for Life Services like Airlink.
Structural Firefighting
Equipped with advanced CAFS and 10 Scott Air Packs RCVFD can provide resources for Structure and Vehicle Fires.
Wildland Attack
RCVFD maintains an NWCG certified Wildland Initial Attack Team. With over 30 certified firefighters, 10 vehicles and a variety of specialized tools, our volunteer fire department can access some of the most remote areas in our 100 square mile area.
  • 20 Sep
    BOD Meeting 07:00 PM to 09:30 PM

    Board of Director Meeting

  • 27 Sep
    Medical Training 07:00 PM to 09:30 PM

    Medical Training Agenda TBD by PVH.   CE credits avail for all EMTs

  • 11 Oct
    Ladders and Chimney Fires 07:00 PM to 09:30 PM

    It's that time of year when the leaves turn and that burned dust smell from freshly fired furnaces — and with it comes a rise in chimney fires.  Chimney fires can burn explosively.  The first indication

  • 18 Oct
    BOD Meeting 07:00 PM to 09:30 PM

    Board of Director Meeting

  • 20 Sep - 18 Oct
  • 25 Oct - 22 Nov
  • 13 Dec - 20 Dec

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photos by Mike McDonnell from PCFPD
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Carol Dollard Chief RCVFD
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