Our administrative offices are located at Fire Station #2,
895 W. Via Appia, Louisville, Colorado.
Office hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Only for ambulance transport payments, inspections, fire permits, and plan reviews. For anything else, payment should be made by check to Louisville Fire Protection District.
You may contact the on-duty chief officer at 303-710-7359 or you may contact Boulder County Dispatch at their non-emergency number which is 303-441-4444.
Yes, please call 303-666-6595, ext. 202 for more information.
We do not maintain or repair hydrants. However, if there is an issue with a fire hydrant, please notify both the Louisville Fire Department and the City of Louisville.
No, while we would like to, we cannot facilitate birthday parties at this time.
No, all fireworks are illegal in the Louisville Fire Protection District, City of Louisville, and Boulder County. The only exception is a public display by permit only.
Yes, just call 9-1-1 and an engine will respond and can assist in turning your water off; however we don’t remove water. There are many restoration companies that provide this service. Their numbers are in the telephone book.
Possibly, please contact Fire Marshal Mestas at 303-666-8809. This is done on a case-by-case basis.
Yes, we are always happy to have citizens (18 years and older) participate in ride-alongs on an engine or an ambulance. Please contact our office for available dates, hours and requirements.
All of our personnel on the engine are medically qualified as EMTs and are there to assist our paramedics who respond on the ambulance.
Yes, the Louisville Fire Department is an all hazards response department and all of our personnel are certified at the Hazardous Materials Operations level or higher.
No. Please contact Boulder County Health Department for guidance on disposal.
On the fire scene, there is absolutely no difference. All of our firefighters hold the same certifications and receive the same training. We are fortunate to have men and women who volunteer their time as firefighters and EMTs.