Updated: April 9, 2021

Open Burn Reminder

Most Open Burns require a Burn Permit.  Depending on if you live in the City or County, please know what you are allowed to burn.  Click Here to learn more on what's allowed.

Please remember that on any RED FLAG Fire Weather Day all DFPD Burn Permits are Suspended and Agricultural Burning is Highly Discouraged.

DURANGO FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT

Durango Fire provides an all-hazards service, consisting of: suppression of building, wildland and vehicle fires, emergency medical services/ambulance service including patient transport, rescue (water, rope, vehicle), fire prevention, fire code enforcement, public education, and hazardous material response, to a population of 53,000 in approximately 325 square miles of southwestern Colorado.

UPDATES

Durango Fire on Twitter

Sunday 5/2/2021 Red Flag Weather Day. GUSTY WINDS, LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITY AND DRY FUELS FOR FIRE WEATHER. All DFPD open burn permits are cancelled for the day. Agricultural burning is highly discouraged.

Some wild spring weather is in store for the next couple of days! Scattered showers and storms + high fire danger today, then widespread valley rain and mountain snow on Monday! #UTwx #COwx

Stronger winds are expected across the area today and with dry conditions still in place, critical fire weather conditions continue. To that end, many Red Flag Warnings are in effect across the forecast area. #cowx #utwx

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Durango Fire on Facebook

Durango Fire & Rescue

2 days 5 hours ago

Sunday 5/2/2021 Red Flag Weather Day. GUSTY WINDS, LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITY AND DRY FUELS FOR FIRE WEATHER. All DFPD open burn permits are cancelled for

Emergency Notifications

DFPD MISSION STATEMENT

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Providing emergency services to our community

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Protecting our community from risk

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Preventing emergencies through education and training

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Performing all duties with courage, dedication, and respect

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Providing emergency services to our community

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Protecting our community from risk

3.

Performing all duties with courage, dedication, and respect

4.

Preventing emergencies through education and training
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