1. Chief Day

    North Metro Fire Mourns the Loss of Ret. Deputy Chief and Friend Dennis Day

    North Metro Fire is mourning the loss of retired Deputy Fire Chief Dennis Day who passed away on May 20. Chief Day was an exceptional leader, brother and friend of the fire district. Read on...
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    Residents Elect Billera and Miller to Board of Directors

    The unofficial results show that residents have elected Peter Billera and Richard Miller to serve a four-year term on the North Metro Fire Board of Directors. Voters also approved an extension in the number of consecutive terms a director can serve. Read on...
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    North Metro Fire, Northglenn Police Host Red and Blue BBQ Cook-Off

    North Metro Fire Rescue District and Northglenn Police Department are coming together to host the First Annual Red and Blue BBQ Cook-Off on June 23 in Northglenn--a fun, family-friendly event benefiting first responders. Read on...
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    Area Youth Invited to Participate in Essay Contest for Flag Retirement Ceremony

    The 14th Annual Flag Retirement Ceremony will take place on Saturday, June 16, in Broomfield. Area youth are invited to participate in an essay contest for a chance to read their essay at the ceremony. Read on...
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    North Metro Fire takes proactive approach to oil and gas

    North Metro Fire will continue to remain a neutral party in the discussions surrounding oil and gas development in the region. However, the fire district is being proactive in its emergency response planning for any future large well sites. Read on...
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    Safety 101: Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms

    Installing and maintaining smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in your home is essential to keeping your family safe. Test your knowledge on what you need to do as a homeowner. Read on...
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    Residents urged to use 911 for emergencies only

    Recently, the Broomfield and Adams County dispatch centers for North Metro Fire have become inundated with non-emergency calls on their 911 lines. Officials are asking residents to use their city's non-emergency line instead for less urgent needs. Read More
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