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Fire Prevention is Our Ultimate Goal

The South Adams County Fire Prevention Bureau was established in 1971 with one fire inspector.  Today the Fire Prevention Division is managed by the Division Chief of Fire Prevention/Fire Marshal and includes a Captain/Deputy Fire Marshal, a Fire/Life Safety Educator, three Fire Prevention Specialists, an Administrative Assistant/Permit Technician, and an Administrative Assistant. 

These individuals perform many tasks, including developing and teaching fire/life safety programs, technical review and approval of new development, construction, and fire protection system plans; new development and building construction inspections; fire protection system acceptance testing and inspections; compliance inspections of existing commercial businesses; and they are responsible for the investigation of fires in the district. 

The Fire Prevention Division believes their work with the community is essential in reducing the effects of fire related incidences throughout the community ensuring our mission of protecting life, property, and the environment.

 

Please look under our Fire & Life education tab for programs and educational information. The Plan Review tab for information on our contractor portal, construction plan reviews and inspections fees.  The Operational Permits tab for information on our annual operational permits. The Open Burn Permits tab for information on opening burning.

Fire Prevention 1
0 350

Inspections
Conducted

0 215

Public Education
Classes Per Year

0 300

Plan
Reviews

0 785

Hours of
Class Instruction

Fire Prevention Team

Randall S. Weigum

Division Chief of Fire Prevention/Fire Marshal

Ryan Doherty

Deputy Fire Marshal

Sarah Krzanowsky

Fire Prevention Officer

Kristen Marrs

Fire Prevention Officer/Life Safety Educator

Keshia Koger

Fire Prevention Officer

Savannah Elliott

Fire Prevention Officer

Emma Connors

Administrative Assistant, Fire Prevention

Fernanda Herrera

Receptionist

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It's Summer Time!!!!!

It’s summer time, which means it’s time for bicycle rides, cooling off by the pool, and of course, grilling some delicious food on the grill. While we strive to have a safe-fun summer, summer time is one of the most dangerous times of the year. Learn about ways we can keep our homes, our loved ones, and our community safe this summer.  

Grilling Safety Helmet Safety

There’s nothing that shouts summer more than a delicious BBQ! But BBQ’s are the number one summer related cause to fires and burn injuries. Roughly half of the injuries involving grills are thermal burns.

Safety Tips:

  1. Only use propane and charcoal grills outside.
  2. Keep children and pets at least 3ft away from the grill area.
  3. Place your grill at least 10ft away from any structures and fences.
  4. Never leave your grill unattended!

What Does a Helmet Do?

  1. Protects our SKULL & BRAIN
  2. Our skull needs help protecting our brain!
  3. If someone hits their head hard enough, the brain can shift inside of the skull and knock against the bony surface of the skull. 

 

South Adams County Fire Department strives to keep the community safe in everyway possible. It all starts with education. Our commitment is to provide education on how to prevent or respond to a potential life threatening emergency.

SACFD Classes and Programs

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Kids Corner

Click Here for more Sparky

Thank you to all of our schools, daycares, and businesses that have allowed up to come and teach about fire safety.  

Our Life Safety Educator, Kristen Marrs, reads a special book about Sparky the Fire Dog and how he becomes a Fire Safety Dog!

Safety Tips and Links

South Adams County Fire Department is committed to community safety. One of the first steps we take in making sure that the buildings around the district are safe is the with the plan review process. Below you will find the links for the applications and fee schedules. Please contact us with any other questions or concerns.

Notice: Plan review will be a minimum of thirty (30) business days after the plans meet our submittal requirements and the minimum fee is paid. We accept payment in the form of Check or Credit Card. All credit card transactions are subject to a 3.5% Fee.

Third Party Plan Reviews:

Due to the large influx of plans recieved, we will be using our Third Party Reviewers. Please reference our Plan Review and Inspection Schedule for hourly fees that will be assessed on top plan reviews fees. 

Check out the Plan Review and Inspection Fee Schedule here

 

Please Contact us at :

Email us : planreview@sacfd.org
6050 Syracuse Street
Commerce City, CO 80022
Phone : 303-288-0835

Please contact us with any questions:

Email us : planreview@sacfd.org

Phone: 303-288-0835

 

See below for information in regards to fire restrictions for the 2022 season. Fire Conditions will be updated as necessary pending changing fire weather conditions. Please remember open burning is from April 1st to October 31st. 

Adams County Levels of Burning Resitrictions

Open Burn Permit and Regulations

State of Colorado Open Burn Permit Application

Residential Fire Pits :

Residential Fire Pit Information

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