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FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q1: Are there fire restrictions in the Kremmling area?   

                            A: Click for Grand County Open Burning Information.

Q2: How do I obtain a permit for slash burning?

                            A: Contact Grand County Department of Natural Resources

Q3: Is there a resource that can help me prepare and protect my home before a         wildfire strikes?

                            A: Grand County Wildfire Council

Q4: What is KFPD's ISO rating (also called Property Protection Class PPC)?

                             A: Within town limits -- 4.

                                  Five miles from town limits -- 4x (9).

                                  Farther than 5 miles from town limits -- 10.

Q5: How do I know if my property is in the Kremmling Fire Protection District?

                             A: Click for map of fire district boundaries.

Q6:  I am an insurance agent trying to insure a property in your area or a homeowner            trying to get property insured. Can you give me information?

  • Fire Station is located at 1320 Eagle Ave, Kremmling, CO 80459

  • 3 career firefighters/remainder volunteer (Classified as volunteer department)

  • If property is 10 miles or more from the fire station--response time is 30-60 min

  • 1 pumper --1,500 gallons per minute; holds 750 gal of water

  • 1 tactical tender -- 500 gallons per minute; holds 2,500 gal of water

  • Click for map of fire district boundaries.

  • If your property is outside the district boundaries see Question 7 for additional response information.

Q7: How does Kremmling Fire handle out-of-district emergencies?

Click for map of fire district boundaries

  • Response to out-of-district emergencies is not guaranteed.

  • Nevertheless, KFPD will make all reasonable efforts to create a response plan in consideration of the following:

    • Availability of firefighters​

    • Safety of firefighters and the public

    • Adequate protection for the fire district

    • The nature of the emergency and the expected duration of response

    • Evaluation of alternative measures to address the situation

  • All fire districts in Grand County are authorized to bill for services provided during out-of-district response.  If individuals are determined (by Law Enforcement) to be liable ​for the emergency, KFPD may bill for time and materials at the currently agreed-upon rates.

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