We Are Here To Serve

Tri-Lakes Monument Fire Protection District has served to protect its citizens and property with character, connection, and commitment to excellence. TLMFPD is equipped and committed to ensuring public safety through fire suppression, emergency medical services and patient transportation, hazardous materials response, technical rescue, and wildland firefighting. Our three fire stations are staffed 24/7/365. 

Engine 2213
Engine 2213

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Battalion 2202
Battalion 2202

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Engine 2213

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Service Area

The Tri-Lakes Monument Fire Protection District is located in northwestern El Paso County.
 
Our boundaries are the Rampart Range/Palmer Lake to the West, Air Force Academy/Baptist/Hodgen Roads to the South, Black Forest Road to the East, and County Line Road to the North.  In addition, we provide mutual aid to the United States Forest Service in the extreme western part of our district in the Mount Herman area.

Quick Facts

Average Elevation: 7,100 feet
Population Served:  41,000 residents 
Area of Coverage: 52.1 square miles
Stations: 3

Administration Building: 1
Daily Staffing: 14 career
Response: 24/7/365 to serve the community
Estimated: 9,652 residential households
Estimated: 418 businesses

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