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Glenwood Springs Residents living within 5 miles of a fire station have an ISO 2 rating.
Residents living outside of a 5 mile radius from a fire station have an ISO rating of 9.
Fire Awareness Resources
Fire is dangerous and destroys everything in its path. We need your help in protecting lives and property. The resources below define what you can do to prevent fire and save lives during a fire.
National Fire Prevention Week
FIREWISE; Residents Reducing Wildfire Risks
National Interagency Fire Center
Fire Sprinkler Initiative
Ready Set Go - Colorado
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Propane Tank Safety Tips include:
Store Propane Tanks outside in an upright position 10 feet from any flammable or spark-causing object
Never use a damaged propane tank
Property secure or anchor tanks at all times
Propane tanks 10 years and older should be professionally inspected or discarded
Regulator supply line should be in serviceable condition
Always keep the valve closed when not in use
Store tanks in the shade out of direct sunlight
Be aware of recently filled tanks that may release excess pressure.
Contractors, Developers and Architects
General Fire Department Permit Application (PDF)
Temporary Membrane Structure, Tent and Canopy Requirements & Permit Application (PDF)
Open Burn Permit Application (PDF)
Firework Display and Pyrotechnic Special Effects Requirements & Permit Application (PDF)
The City of Glenwood Springs Fire Department has adopted the 2015 International Fire Code by City Ordinance and District Board Resolution.
For additional questions or comments, please contact our Fire Marshal, Greg Bak, at 970-384-6433 during normal business hours.
Current Fire Restrictions
Wildfire Safety Tips
Physical Ability Test
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