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In this section, you can find information about:

• Station Locations & ISO Ratings
• Board Members
• District Map
• Photos
• Transparency – District Reports, Meetings, etc
• Impact Fees
• Volunteer with EGFPD

About East Grand Fire Protection District

East Grand Fire Protection District was formed in 1968. At that time, we had metal buildings for stations with a couple of trucks and a handful of vehicles at each station. Sixteen years later we moved into our current locations at Highway 40 in Fraser and 60 County Road 526 in Tabernash.


In an effort to promote transparency, meeting minutes and agendas as well as the EGFPD Special District Transparency Information is available. Please visit the Transparency page for more information.

East Grand Fire Protection District Resident Program

A unique feature of the East Grand Fire Department is our Resident Program. We have living quarters at both our Headquarters and Tabernash Stations. Resident Firefighters reside at both the H.Q. Station and in Tabernash. These Resident Firefighters maintain the apparatus and buildings as well as respond to incidents in exchange for living quarters. It is a department goal to have our fire trucks going out the door inside three minutes. The Residents provide systems and equipment maintenance critical to our I.S.O. Rating as well as allow us credit for full time firefighters at a fraction of the cost.

Impact Fees

An impact fee is a one-time charge for new development that attempts to recover the cost incurred by local government in providing the public facilities required to serve new development. For current impact fees and more details, visit the Impact Fee page.

Inter Governmental Agreements

East Grand Fire Protection District #4 has Inter Governmental Agreements with: Auto Aid Agreement – Granby Fire Protection District #1 Mutual Aid Agreement – All Grand County Fire Protection Districts Mutual Aid Agreement – Clear Creek County Emergency Service District Mutual Aid Agreement – Northwest Colorado – I 70 Corridor IGA – Grand County Emergency Telephone Service Authority IGA – Grand County Dispatch Center IGA – Grand County EMS and Search & Rescue Annual Operating Plan – Wildfire Fire Code Enforcement – Town of Winter Park Fire Code Enforcement – Town of Fraser Fire Code Enforcement – Grand County IGA Impact Fee – Town of Winter Park IGA Impact Fee – Town of Fraser IGA Impact Fee – Grand County IGA Mechanics Agreement – Snake River Fire Department Western Slope Health Care Group

Current Fire Danger

Fire Danger is MODERATE Today!

Fire Danger is MODERATE!

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