|Effective January 1, 2019, fire and emergency services in the City of Littleton will be handled by South Metro Fire Rescue
For EMS transport and billing questions for service dates prior to January 1, 2019, contact the Littleton Finance Department at 303-795-3776 or email@example.com
Littleton Fire Rescue currently provides fire and injury prevention programs to citizens, community groups, businesses and schools. Classes are taught by life safety educators and line firefighters. When presentations are assigned to on-duty fire crews, every effort is made to accommodate the request, but 9-1-1 emergencies are given priority.
Due to the nature of our job, we cannot accommodate birthday parties at the fire stations, but groups are invited to schedule a station tour as part of their special day. Crews cannot be scheduled to attend birthday parties at residential homes.
Boy and Girl Scout Education
Scout troops are invited to the fire station for a tour and educational session based on their current badge requirement (Readyman, First-Aid, Respecting Authority), or a crew may be requested to attend a Scout meeting at a public facility (no residences).
Businesses — Emergency Planning
A meeting can be arranged to discuss life safety issues regarding a particular business or structure. Assistance is provided to owners/managers in the development of an emergency procedure plan.
Car Seat Check
Visit South Metro Fire Rescue Car Set Inspections page for information and to schedule an appointment.
Fire and rescue crews can be requested to attend special community events, pre-schools or schools to provide educational tours of the apparatus. Please remember, emergency calls take priority. For-profit events are excluded. At least 10 days advance notice is required.
File of Life
This valuable document is provided to members of the community, particularly seniors, to document medical issues, medications and other pertinent information. Emergency crews use the information for a more accurate assessment and treatment.
Fire and Tornado Drills
Assistance with and evaluation of fire and tornado drills can be scheduled for any business or school through the life safety educators.
Community groups and organizations may request a guest speaker for topics relating to fire and injury prevention.
Smoke Alarm Program
Littleton Fire Rescue will provide a smoke alarm and battery to any citizen that demonstrates a need for this important life-saving device. Education on installation and maintenance are provided.
Basic fire safety and injury prevention classes are provided for mature audiences and can be customized to meet the special needs of your community group or living facility.
Station tours can be scheduled at one of eight fire stations for ages three years and older. A 10-day advance notice is required.