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Fire / EMS
Protecting life and property
The Fire and Rescue Department protects the life and property of all residents in a 66-square-mile area, including the Town of Castle Rock and the Castle Rock Fire Protection District in Douglas County.


To be the best - at providing emergency and prevention services. 

High customer satisfaction - through quality preparation and excellent service.

  • Strength
  • Honor
  • Integrity
  • Excellence
  • Leadership
  • Dedication
  • Service
The department has 76 career members (74 uniformed staff) and one volunteer member who staff four fire / rescue stations 24 hours a day to provide fire and medical services to the community.

In 2013, the department responded to 4,428 calls for service, an increase of 247 runs compared to 2012.

The Fire and Rescue Department provides:
  • Fire suppression (structural, wildland and vehicle) response
  • Advanced life support / emergency medical services (paramedic ambulance transportation)
  • Hazardous materials response and mitigation
  • Technical rescue (trench, confined space, building collapse and water rescue) services
  • Fire prevention / inspection services
  • Public and risk-reduction education

Emergency mass notifications
The CodeRED system is used to send critical communications to residents and business owners during emergencies in Town. When you sign, your information is put into a database to receive emergency mass notifications, otherwise known as reverse 911 calls. Help protect what is most important to you -- your home, your business and your loved ones -- by signing up now

Click CodeRED  to sign up.




Arturo Morales
Fire Chief

Contact Us

300 Perry St.
Castle Rock, CO  80104

Ph: 303-660-1066
Fax: 303-660-1069
Dial 911 for emergencies

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Castle Rock Fire and Rescue is hosting it's annual Paint-A-Thon on Sept. 26 and Oct. 3.

Castle Rock citizens interested in having their house painted should complete an eligibility application by Sept. 4. Eligibility applications are available at Station 151 (300 Perry St.), Town Hall (100 N. Wilcox) or online at eligibility.

Volunteers are always needed. For those interested in volunteering, applications are due by Sept. 18. Volunteer applications are available at Station 151, Town Hall or online at volunteer.

Interested in being a  sponsor for the Paint-A-Thon? Sponsorship applications are due by Sept. 18 and are available at Station 151, Town Hall or online at sponsorship.

Castle Rock, CO
100 N. Wilcox St.
Castle Rock, CO 80104
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