General Information

North Metro Fire Rescue District


North Metro Fire Rescue District has a rich history that began in 1946 when it was formally known as West Adams County Fire Protection District. North Metro Fire has greatly progressed over the past several decades seeing many important changes to the organization, services provided to our citizens, and the fire industry as a whole.

Getting to Know Us



Fire Chief


Fire Chief David A. Ramos

District Size


63 square miles

Counties & Cities Served


City and County of Broomfield, City of Northglenn and unincorporated areas of Adams, Boulder, Jefferson and Weld counties

District Population


117,000 residents
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Mission Statement


To be a responsive all-hazard organization that works to provide a caring, high quality, professional delivery of service.

Slogan


Excellence Through Each Individual Act

The District at a Glance


Since 1946, North Metro Fire Rescue District has served to protect its citizens and their property with a high level of care, compassion and professionalism. North Metro Fire is equipped and committed to ensuring public safety through fire suppression, emergency medical services and patient transportation, hazardous materials response, technical rescues and wildland firefighting.

The citizens of our District are served by 113 professional firefighters, operating from seven fire stations. Headquarters and the Training Center are staffed with 30 administrative and fire prevention personnel. The District is also guided by an elected, five-member Board of Directors, that provides direction to Fire Chief David Ramos.

Our hard working team is dedicated to keeping our citizens safe, and our efforts personify the District’s slogan, “Excellence Through Each Individual Act,” by going the extra mile to help our community.

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