Our Mission

“The South Adams County Fire Department is dedicated to protecting life, property, and the environment through prevention, emergency response and public education. We maintain a work environment that fosters diversity, promotes innovation and delivers the highest quality of service with pride and excellence”

 

When should you call 911 ?

And when should you call a non-emergency line instead?

ADCOM911  wants you to know when you should call 911

and when you should call a non-emergency line instead. 

Check out their website for more information on this topic at adcom911.org

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Administrative Offices are Closed Tuesday, January 1st in Observance of the New Year Holiday. All Operations will resume on Wednesday, January 2nd  at 8:00 am. If you have any questions or concerns please call our[...]
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“The South Adams County Fire Department is dedicated to providing the highest possible service to the community we serve. We are continually striving for new heights and exploring new avenues to make sure we are providing the most efficient and highest quality service. All firefighters, reserve or career are required to have their CO state FF-1, Hazmat Operations and EMT Basic certificates. Education is not only recommended it is encouraged. With such a diverse district, we continually challenge ourselves in training and strive to improve ourselves every day.”

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