The mission of the Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District (ICFPD) is to aid in the preservation of life and property. Throughout the year, our volunteers participate and contribute to a myriad of functions related to the public safety of the citizens of the district. We invite you to explore this site to learn more about our organization. Please do not hesitate to contact us if we can be of service.
The Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District is located southwest of Denver in the foothills of Colorado. Organized in 1956, Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District. With a first due response area of 52 square miles the firefighters of ICFPD respond to an average of 350 calls per year.
With a roster of fifty active firefighters, the department operates fifteen pieces of apparatus at five stations throughout the district.
Apparatus includes 5 engines, 2 brush trucks, 3 water tenders, 3 ambulances, and 2 rescue trucks.
The firefighters, EMTs and paramedics of ICFPD include a team of highly motivated and trained volunteer professionals. Our purpose is to respond for fire suppression, wildland fire, rescue, emergency medical calls and hazardous material emergencies.