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Aspen Volunteer Fire Department
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Outspoken1
N 39° 11.388 W 106° 49.118
13S E 342937 N 4339414
Quick Description: The Aspen Volunteer Fire Department tries to keep a staff of approximately 36 firefighters as a baseline.
Location: Colorado, United States
Date Posted: 6/4/2018 6:15:04 PM
Waymark Code: WMYE60
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Kurt Franke
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Long Description:
"The Aspen Fire Protection District provides services with a volunteer force supported by a small, full-time staff that performs most of the administrative functions and day-to-day tasks. Our volunteers are viewed as an integral part of our success. Without the volunteers continuing dedication to professional emergency response, the District would not be able to provide the numerous fire/rescue services we currently offer.

The Volunteer firefighters and officers currently number approximately 36. This number insures our ability to consistently deliver the number of firefighters and apparatus required for our baseline level of service (2 fire apparatus and 15-18 firefighters). As the number of active volunteers shrinks over time, the officers begin to consider a new “class” of probationary members. The applicants are usually brought on probationary status as a group of 6-8, to provide an efficient training program which will lead to their certification with the State of Colorado as Firefighter I within 18 months of applying. Applications are always available for the next class.

As part of the emergency services, our organization gives you the satisfaction of meeting new challenges, working with fellow members on difficult calls, and seeing the face of someone who can’t even begin to express how grateful they are that you have arrived to help them.

Requirements & Commitment

Must be at least 18
Must be a Legal US Resident
Driver’s License Needed
High School diploma or GED
Clean driving history
Clean criminal history
Pass the Physical Agility Test
Live within the District


Honor of serving your community in emergency situations.
Opportunity to meet and work with other highly trained, motivated and enthusiastic individuals.
Opportunity to interact with numerous local, state and national fire and rescue organizations.
Opportunity to take many different training classes at no charge to you.
Fire and Rescue related training
Emergency medical training.
Use of exercise equipment.
Participation in numerous department and community functions held each year.
Worker’s compensation coverage while training and performing firefighting duties.
Disability and life insurance coverage if injuries or death occur while training or performing firefighting duties.
Retirement benefits
Health Insurance
Fitness/Wellness Benefit" (from (visit link) )

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Paid or Volunteer: Part Paid / Part Volunteer

Has 911 Dispatch: yes

Has Emergency Siren: yes

Number of Firetrucks: 3

Related Website: [Web Link]

Physical Address:
420 E Hopkins Ave.
Aspen, CO USA

Number of Emergency Staff: 36


EMS Involvement: Not Listed

Has Emergency Call Box: Not Listed

Has Fire Pole: Not Listed

Average Alarms Per Year: Not Listed

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