Glenwood Springs Fire Department Prevention

This page is dedicated to the prevention of fire, fire is a dangerous thing and destroys just about anything in its path. We need your help in protecting lives and property. By frequently checking this page you can find out what you can do to prevent fire and save your life in the event of a fire. See below for information on Local Fire Prevention Activities, National Fire Prevention Week, Fire Prevention for New Construction, and Home Fire Prevention including Wildland Fires. If you have questions or comments please contact our Deputy Fire Marshal, Greg Bak, at 970-384-6433 during normal business hours.

Information for Contractors, Developers and Architects

The Glenwood Springs Fire Department has adopted the 2009 International Fire Code by City Ordinance and District Board Resolution. Note:  Please submit three (3) copies when submitting a downloaded Plan Review or Permit Application

Home Fire Prevention

What else can you do to prevent fires in your home? Click on the links below to find out!
NFPA - Fire Prevention Week FireWise National Interagency Fire Center Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition

Read the Living with Wildland Fire brochure for helpful tips to save your home, save our forests, and protect your safety!

Download the Glenwood Springs Fire Department Community Wildfire Prevention Plan

Read Living with Wildland Fire for helpful tips to save your home, save our forests and protect your safety.