WE ARE BERTHOUD
The Berthoud Fire Protection District is a prestigious Class 2 Fire District, proudly serving the Berthoud community since 1888. Berthoud Fire Protection District is responsible for fire suppression, emergency medical services, extrication, hazardous materials, risk reduction & public safety education, wildland protection, and rescue services for an area of over 103 square miles within Larimer, Boulder, and Weld counties.
FIRE STATION UPDATES
Larimer County Open Fire Ban in Effect as of August 18, 2020. The ban will stay in effect until noon on September 18, 2020. Learn more via the Larimer County website at https://www.larimer.org/spotlights/2020/08/18/larimer-county-open-fire-ban-effect
Crews Deployed to the Cameron Peak Fire
Berthoud Fire Protection District has deployed two crews to the Cameron Peak Fire locate 15 miles southwest of Red Feather Lakes, Colorado. On August 13, 2020, a three-person crew of Engine Boss Shane Prime, Firefighter Cory Tovar and a Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District firefighter were deployed. As of August 19, 2020, another three-person crew was deployed, which includes Battalion Chief Lyle Fenderson, Engineer Danny Reese and a volunteer firefighter from Loveland Fire Rescue Authority. Additionally, Firefighter Don Patterson was deployed to assist as a communication resource. The Cameron Peak fire ignited on August 13, 2020 on the Araphao and Roosevelt National Forests near Cameron Pass and Chambers Lake.
Berthoud Fire Protection District and COVID-19
BFPD returned to a ‘normal’ response protocol as of May 2020. Our response plans have been modified for some medical emergencies based on the information received from emergency dispatchers; however, citizens will still receive the same high-level quality of care and service. Until further notice all fire station tours, public education events, and civilian ride-alongs are canceled.
For frequent updates on COVID-19 Coronavirus, visit the Larimer County Health Department’s webpage: