4800 West 92nd Avenue Westminster, CO 80031



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Westminster Fire Department

Welcome to the Westminster Fire Department

The Westminster Fire Department responds to almost 10,000 calls a year. About 70 percent are medical calls. The remainder of calls include response to fires, alarms, hazardous materials, rescues (water, technical, etc.) and public assists. Response time is typically under 6 minutes. For more information and statistics, please view our annual report.

Founded in 1934 as a one-station, volunteer department, the Westminster Fire Department has grown to over 135 career firefighters, paramedics and support staff who serve the city from six fire stations and the Public Safety Center. Like our Westminster Fire Department page on Facebook!

Community Events

The Westminster Fire Department participates in many community events to actively promote fire and life safety and to support charitable causes. Here's what's coming soon:

Fire Chief Ale Chili Cook Off Events

May 6 - Station 5 Open House

Fire Station 5, located at 10100 Garland St., is opening the bay doors to the public on Saturday, May 6th from Noon to 3 pm for the annual Fire Station 5 Open House! Bring the whole family by for a BBQ lunch cooked by Westminster Fire's own firehouse chef's. Enjoy visiting with your local firefighters, touring fire trucks and ambulances, getting a ride around the block on a vintage fire truck, and letting your kiddo particpate in a kiddie combat obstacle challenge. There may even be a helicopter visit from Flight for Life! This is a great family and neighborhood event. Be sure to stop by the Westminster Fire tents while you are there to get great info about fire prevention and safety tips for your home and family. For more information, call at 303-658-4500.


Safety Tips

Warmer Weather and Outdoor Entertaining

As the days begin to warm up, the natural call to the outdoors comes alive. Whether it’s spending more time cooking on the grill, spending time out on the patio, or by an outdoor portable fireplace, the warm weather draws us out of our homes to spend quality time outside with our friends and family. But when hosting outdoor events we want to make sure that everyone is being safe and we have a few tips that should help keep everyone in the family safe the next time you entertain outside.

  • Have an adult present at all times when a portable fireplace is burning
  • Keep anything that can burn, including children and pets, at least three feet away from an open flame
  • When grilling, be sure to keep your grill clean by removing grease buildup from the grill and tray below the grill and never leave your grill unattended
  • Use battery operated flameless candles or solar powered patio (tiki) torches in place of an open flame. Flameless candles come in call colors, shapes, and sizes and many are scented.

If you have any questions about portable fireplaces, seasonal fire safety, or general questions, please contact us at the number below.


Contact Us

9110 Yates St., Westminster, CO 80031
Dial 911 in an emergency
Fire Administration: 303-658-4500
Administration offices are open 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday-Thursday.
After hours, non-emergency number: 303-658-4360

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