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Fire Rescue

1221 W. Mineral Ave.

Suite 100
Littleton, CO 80120
Ph: 303-795-3800
Fax: 303-794-5804
Mon-Fri: 8am-5pm
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Littleton Fire Rescue (LFR) provides emergency response services and life safety education programs to the citizens of the City of Littleton, the Littleton Fire Protection District, and the Highlands Ranch Metropolitan District.

Our Mission Statement is “Serving with pride and honor to protect our community”.  Our Motto is “Serving with pride and honor”.  Our vision is to be the recognized leader in the fire service through:

- Dedication to safety, reliability, and customer service
- Professionalism and compassion
- Innovation and creativity
- Teamwork and commitment
- Trust and respect.

Our Core Values are:

Health and Safety - (Take care of each other) commit to a culture of safety and wellness that protects our members.

Team Work - (Helping others succeed) support one another and put others before yourself for the success of our mission.
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Integrity - (Do the right thing) value the public trust, be committed and honest, and demonstrate ethical behavior.

Effective Communication - (Be open and honest) always seek the facts, carefully prepare the message, communicate using the proper medium, and provide respectful feedback.

Responsibility - (Be accountable for our actions) show respect for others, demonstrate humility, and do your job to the best of your ability.

Innovation - (Challenge the status quo) foster creativity, be receptive to new ideas, and use progressive methods to provide services to the community.

This service is provided to approximately 220,000 people residing in a 92 square-mile area. Emergency response services include: fire suppression, emergency medical services, hazardous materials response, Tactical Emergency Medical Support (TEMS), water emergency rescue and recovery, and wildland fire suppression.

In 2014, LFR responded to 14,163 calls for service from eight fire stations located throughout the service area. In addition, LFR responded to 773 calls outside the service area in neighboring jurisdictions for a total of 14,936 responses. Seventy percent of those calls were medical emergencies. Each LFR fire engine medic vehicle is fully equipped for advanced life support capabilities.

LFR’s Prevention Division manages code review and revision, plan review, code enforcement, and fire/arson investigations.

Fire dispatch stationThe Communications Center is the "first" first responder on fire and medical emergencies. This team provides assistance and information to citizens, both to emergency 911 calls and to routine fire request calls, 24 hours daily. If needed, communications specialists assist with CPR and rescue breathing instructions over the phone until paramedic/fire personnel arrive.

The life safety educator provides programs for all age groups. Special events, such as station tours, open houses, and ice cream socials provide opportunities to teach in an entertaining yet meaningful format. Educational programs include: Juvenile fire-setter program; Life Safety Education presentations, Bike helmet safety, characterization team, and Kids Mini Fire Academy.

Last updated: 3/29/2016 1:52:01 PM