About Us

  1. About the Red, White & Blue Fire District

    Although our name is patriotic, Red, White and Blue originates from 3 different fire companies that were organized in 1882 to protect the mining district of Breckenridge after 3 large fires almost destroyed the town.

  2. Accreditation

    View the Strategic Plan information as well as information about the department's accredited status.

  3. Agendas & Minutes

    Access easily searchable meeting agendas and minutes for various boards, commissions, and committees.

  4. Annual Reports

    Annual Reports

  5. Apparatus

    Read more about each of the apparatus used by the Fire District.

  6. Board of Directors

    See a list of current directors and their contact information.

  7. Community Risk Management Division

    The goal of the Community Risk Management Division is to provide a safe place for citizens and guests of the Upper Blue Valley, to live, visit, work and play.

  8. Employment Opportunities

    Find information about submitting an application as well as job descriptions and other information.

  9. Fire Stations

    Look through information about each of the Fire Stations in the Fire District.

  10. Funding

    The District is primarily funded through local property tax revenues based on a calculation of its certified mill levy and assessed value of property. Other sources of funding include: specific ownership tax, grants and other operational and administrative service fees.

  11. Government Partners

    View links to local government partners.

  12. History of Red, White & Blue Fire District

    The threat of a major conflagration, accentuated by an occasional small blaze, was the reason for the formation of the Breckenridge Fire Department in 1880. The volunteer department soon boasted one hook and ladder and two hose companies. A “company” was a group of men organized to fight fire - women were not considered for service in those days.

  13. Honor Guard

    The Red, White and Blue Honor Guard was formed in late 2004 following the untimely death of Driver Operator Barrie Niebergall. Since the inception of the program, the honor guard has participated in many local, state, and national events.

  14. Personnel

    Search through contact information for all organization staff and departments.

  15. Red, White & Blue Fire Museum

    The current Fire Museum displays an original human-powered ladder cart, a restored hose cart as well as firefighting equipment and uniforms from the first company.

  16. Bid Opportunities

    View open bids for consultants, service providers, contractors, vendors, and suppliers.

  17. Services

    Red, White & Blue Fire District is an all-hazard emergency response career fire department. We have 3 shifts of dedicated men and women available 24/7, operating from 3 strategically located fire stations.

  18. Strategic Plan

    Learn more about the Red White & Blue Fire Protection District's process of defining its strategy, direction, and how it is making decisions on allocating its resources to pursue this strategy.

  19. Transparency Notice

    Pursuant to section 32-1-809, Colorado Revised Statutes this information must be provided annually to the eligible electors of the district no later than January 15.