Castle Rock Fire and Rescue

Wildfire preparedness presentation

  1. Join us for a CRFD wildfire preparedness presentation from 10 to 11:15 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 8, at Fire Headquarters, 300 N. Perry St., to learn what CRFD is doing to prepare for wildfires and how you can reduce risks around your home and property. CRFD held this same presentation in June at Station 154. If you were unable to attend, we hope to see you at this one.

    Adults should come ready to learn and to have their questions answered. For more information about our Community Wildfire Protection plan (PDF), please visit our page on wildfire safety today.

Protecting life and property

The Castle Rock 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 94 career members (91 uniformed staff) who staff five fire / rescue stations 24 hours a day to provide fire, medical, and prevention services to the community. The department also has four administrative volunteers.

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The Fire and Rescue Department provides:

  • Advanced live support / emergency medical services (paramedic ambulance transportation)
  • Fire prevention / inspection services
  • Fire suppression (structural, wildland and vehicle) response
  • Hazardous materials response and mitigation
  • Public and risk-reduction education
  • Technical rescue (trench, confined spaces, building collapse and water rescue) services
Learn more in the department's 2020 Annual Report (PDF).
2020 CRFD Annual Report