Special Board Meeting to be held Thursday, July 22nd from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm. All citizens wishing to attend may do so at 40144 Ridge Road, Deer Trail, CO 80105

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NOTICE OF OPEN POSITION ON THE NCFPD BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The Board of Directors for the North Central Fire Protection District has an opening for a Director. We are a small all volunteer Fire District located in central Elbert County. The District provides EMS/Fire services to the residents of the District. To apply for this position you must be a resident or own property in the North Central Fire Protection District and a registered voter. This position will involve participating in monthly Board meetings at the North Central Fire Station located at 40144 Ridge Road, Deer trail, CO 80105.  The Board members are responsible for providing guidance, support and financial backing for the volunteer Firefighters of the North Central Fire Protection District.

Though the Board is looking for an individual to appoint to fill a vacancy, the best candidate will have accounting and or finance background. Ideally, the new Director will be the District’s new Board Treasurer.

If you have an interest in helping your local First Responders please send a resume along with a letter of interest in filling such position to Dennis Allen, Chairman of our Board of Directors at dennisall3@aol.com prior to 6:00 PM on Tuesday August 10th.  You will be filling a Director’s remaining term which expires in May of 2023. The Director appointed to fill a vacancy shall serve until the next regular election, at which time the vacancy shall be filled by election for the remainder, if any, of the originally vacated term.

If contacted, you must have the ability to attend the Regular Board Meeting at 7:00 PM on Thursday August 12th. Interviews for interested potential Directors will be held on Aug 12th at 40144 Ridge Road during a North Central Fire Protection District Board regular board meeting.

THE NCFPD BOARD NEEDS A CPA

The Board of Directors for the North Central Fire Protection District has an opening for a Certified Public Accountant. We are a small all volunteer Fire District located in central Elbert County. This position will involve the normal scope of work of a CPA. You’ll be responsible for preparing, reviewing and analyzing financial reports, budgets, etc. for our Fire District. If you have an interest in helping your local First Responders please send a resume to Dennis Allen, Chairman of our Board of Directors at dennisall3@aol.com prior to 6:00 PM on Tuesday August 10th. Interviews for interested respondents will be held on Aug 12th at 40144 Ridge Road during a North Central Fire Protection District Board meeting.


North Central NEEDS YOU! 
We are in need of volunteers. If you are interested in helping to keep yourself and your neighbors safe please contact Chief Osborn at 303-621-2098 or Deputy Chief Hogan at 303-621-1118.

Interested in holding an event at the station? 
Contact Ruth Mason, our Administrative Assistant, at 303-621-1118. She will confirm availability and email you a packet containing the Station Rental Agreement and Guidelines for use. 

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About North Central Fire

The North Central Fire Protection District is an agency comprised of about 8 volunteers and a Board of Directors located in North Central Elbert County Colorado. A separate entity, the NCEC Auxiliary, helps to provide support to the Fire Department and community.

North Central Fire Protection District's emergency services of prevention, suppression, and rescue are provided by dedicated and committed volunteers who are trained and professional; who are committed to elevating the standard of service through continuing education, training, team effort, and time dedication.

If you are interested in joining our team please contact Chief Kay Osborn at 303.621.2098 or Deputy Chief John Hogan at 303.621.1118.

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Burn Permit Information:

A Burn Permit is required to burn any time there is a Burn Restriction in effect, which is most of the time. This includes burning trash or camp fires.

The Sheriff sets the Burn Restriction Level with input from the Elbert County Fire Chiefs. For more information about Elbert County's Burn Restrictions, including the current Burn Restriction Level, see Burn Restriction Information on the Elbert County Web Site.

Regardless of the Burn Restriction Level, weather conditions can create a Red Flag Warning condition. During a Red Flag Warning, NO BURNING is allowed, even with a Burn Permit. You can check whether a Red Flag Warning is in effect on the National Weather Service Web Site.

Contact Chief Osborn for a Burn Permit. Burn Permits are free, and require an inspection of the burn site by the Chief or a designated Fire Department Officer.

To familiarize yourself with the requirements the Burn Permit form can be found here:

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