October10th  During the snowstorm yesterday, TLMFPD Station1 hosted several high-level NFPA staff members, including the President/CEO Jim Pauley of NFPA and Tom Welle NFPA Wildland Division Officer. The purpose of the meeting was two-fold, one to receive a presentation regarding the Red Rock Ranch HOA’s national recognition as a Firewise Site of Excellence that included progress made so far, and secondly for agencies to discuss partnerships to assist moving fire mitigation forward. 
KOAA and the Gazette both covered the presentation where there were multiple speakers, including the NFPA President, Dave Betzler, the HOA Firewise lead,  State Rep. Terri Carver, Pike Natl Forest District Ranger Oscar Martinez, along with myself and several other wildfire prevention partners.  All who attended acknowledged TLMFPD’s efforts in assisting with the wildfire problem and assisting homeowners with mitigating their property.

For Red Rock Ranch’s, this is a huge recognition. It displays how they are raising themselves to a standard that will be shared around the nation, along with lessons learned by Firewise. 

Pictures of both Jim Pauley and Representative Terri Craver are on home page

September 28th, TLMFPD Open House, 11-2p, located at Station1, 18650 Hwy 105. Click here

Aug.16th RFP for Snow Plow Service. Click here
June 27th New Ambulance in service. 

June 17th
"Push-in" Ceremony for new Engine located at St 3 on Woodmoor Drive. See pics on home screen. 

June 15th- TLMFPD celebrated the Town of Monuments 140th birthday celebration

April 12, 2019 - MASTER PLAN - In late 2018, the TLMFPD hired Emergency Services Consulting International to provide a comprehensive long-term analysis and plan foundation for the fire district.   As most residents in the Monument area know, the District has been experiencing rapid growth and it's our belief that the more proactive we can be anticipating the growth and its impact on the organization and community, the less likelihood of additional risk being taken on and the more cost effective decisions can be.  The document they produced, now called the 'Master Plan', can be downloaded by clicking here.  

The document is very detailed and provides an analysis of many aspects of the District, its organization, and its possible future growth.   It's intended to provide decision-making guidance and foundational benchmarks to continue growing the organization.  While a summary presentation was made to the Board of Directors at their March Board meeting, it's planned that the document will be broken down into parts and comprehensively discussed at future Board meetings.

The TLMFPD Board of Directors welcomes the community to view the document to see not only what the District is currently doing but ideas about the growth of the District and the organization.  If you have comments or questions about anything in the document, please don't hesitate to contact Fire Chief Chris Truty.  In addition, if you would like Chief Truty to come do a presentation on the document to a local organization, please inquire as well.

We aim for the community to know what we're doing and where we plan on going to continue to be able to provide the best possible services to its residents and vistors.

April 3, 2019 The Town of Monument provided TLMFPD with a plaque in appreciation of outstanding serivce during the blizzard.

March 15 2019  Special Meeting Notice

2/14/19 Follow us on Twitter. High Wind Warnings today. 

November 21, 2018 Click here for information on Toy Drive for Santa on Patrol.

October 9, 2018 
The opening of the Station 1 RFP proposals has been delayed.  We aim to make some progress shortly and will be in touch will all who submitted proposals.

August 22, 2018 
The RFP for the Station 1 remodel has been reposted with a submission deadline at the end of Sept.
Click here for details.

August 9, 2018 TLMFPD is hiring. See flyer

August 1, 2018
TLMFPD in need of Request for Proposal for Fire Station Living Quarters Remodel.

Special Meeting of the Board of Directors called for June 13, 2018.