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Commitment. Compassion. Courage.

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Commitment. Compassion. Courage.

Commitment. Compassion. Courage.

Commitment. Compassion. Courage.

Commitment. Compassion. Courage.



Loveland Fire Rescue Authority Community Wildfire Preparedness Survey

The Loveland Fire Rescue Authority (LFRA) and The Ember Alliance are embarking on the creation of a Loveland Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP). Up-to-date information and fire modeling will be used to assess local hazards and identify strategic investments to mitigate risk and promote preparedness. A CWPP will improve the ability of the fire protection district, landowners, and residents to prepare for, respond to, and adapt to wildfires. Your input as a community member is a vital aspect of CWPP development and implementation.

Please take this anonymous survey to share your insights and thoughts about your wildfire risk and community preparedness. Your information will be kept confidential. 

Survey Web Link: https://arcg.is/1yefaH

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If you have any questions or would like to stay updated on the CWPP project and receive email notifications from LFRA please submit your email to wildfireinfo@lfra.org.

This survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete.


Loveland Fire Rescue Authority Looking for Citizen Advisory Commission Members

The Fire Rescue Advisory Commission has vacant seats open to citizens within the LFRA response district.
Loveland Fire Rescue Authority (LFRA) is looking for five residents who live within the LFRA response boundaries to apply to become citizen advisors to the LFRA Board of Directors and the Fire Chief.
The Fire Rescue Advisory Commission (FRAC) has been reconfigured to include Ward representation throughout the LFRA response district.  With the restructuring, FRAC now has five vacant seats on the commission.
FRAC is an advisory commission that provides input on a wide range of topics, including wildfire preparedness planning, emergency medical services, public education needs, etc.
Members of FRAC assist the LFRA Board and the Fire Chief in planning and updating services that affect the quality of life and economic impact on citizens and businesses.  
Citizens selected to serve on the commission will spend 3-4 hours per month preparing for and meetings that are held at LFRA fire stations.
To apply download your application HERE and submit it by the application due date below.

Applications are due by COB Friday, February 10, 2023.


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LFRA Brings Lifesaving Technology to Loveland via PulsePoint, a 9-1-1 Integrated Mobile App

The Loveland Fire Rescue Authority (LFRA) recently announced the adoption of PulsePoint in Loveland to further the commitment to increase the survivability of cardiac arrest events. This service will be available to the community starting February 14, 2021. PulsePoint [...]

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