Denver Fire Department

Denver, CO, 80204

FDID: 01601 CFAI Accredited
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Last Updated: June 17, 2019, 12:02 p.m.
Structure Hazard Level Distribution by Travel Time
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Effective Response Force Coverage
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Community Risk Assessment

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Fire Risk
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Fire Spread Risk
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Death and Injury Risk
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Low: less than 25% of departments have an equal or smaller risk value.
Medium: 25-75% of departments have a smaller risk value.
High: over 75% of departments have an equal or smaller risk value.

Summary

Department Type
Career
NFPA Region
West
FDID
01601
State
CO
Phone
(720) 913-3473
Fax
Unknown
IAFF
858
Twitter

Structure Hazard Level Distribution

250,992 total structures protected

Estimations

Number of fires per year
Average since 2010
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Beyond room/floor
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Beyond structure
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Deaths & injuries per year
Average since 2010
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Predicted
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Description

The Denver Fire Department is a career department located in the West NFPA region and headquartered in Denver, CO.

600,158

Protected Population

154.45mi²

Community Size

Annual Structure Fires

Annual structure fire counts for the Denver Fire Department based on the National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS).

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Station Name Address
Denver Fire Department Station 1 745 W. Colfax Avenue
Denver Fire Department Station 2 5300 Memphis Street
Denver Fire Department Station 3 2500 Washington Street
Denver Fire Department Station 4 1890 Lawrence Street
Denver Fire Department Station 5 999 S. Clermont Street
Denver Fire Department Station 6 1300 Blake Street
Denver Fire Department Station 7 2195 W. 38th Avenue
Denver Fire Department Station 8 1616 Park Avenue
Denver Fire Department Station 9 4400 Brighton Boulevard
Denver Fire Department Station 10 3200 Steele Street
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