The Hudson Fire Protection District provides fire services to approximately 96 square miles in southern Weld County Colorado. We are committed to our customers, and it is our goal to provide quality fire suppression, fire prevention, life safety, and property conservation to the Town of Hudson, the Town of Lochbuie, and the surrounding rural area. We also provide basic life support emergency medical services within our area.
We have 3 stations to serve you. Station 1 in Hudson and Station 3 in Lochbuie are staffed around the clock, every day of the year. There are 3 firefighters at each station; giving the district 6 full-time paid firefighters at all times, day and night to respond to an emergency. From the time of dispatch to the time out the door to an emergency takes us 2 minutes, no matter the time the call comes in. This is the standard we maintain and practice. The 3 man firefighter crews work 48 hours on (2 days), and have 96 hours off (4 days); for a total of 3 shifts that rotate weekly. The average hourly work week for your firefighters is 56 hours a week. Firefighters live, sleep, eat, respond to calls, and train during their 2 day tour at their assigned firehouse.
Station 2 houses additional equipment and apparatus and is not staffed. Please feel free to come by and visit with your firefighters! They would be happy to show you around and answer any questions you may have about their careers and the district.
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