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The City of Thornton maintains a full-service Fire Department with five 24-hour fire stations. Each fire response crew consists of a station officer, firefighter/engineer, and firefighter/paramedic. The department also oversees the City's fire safety issues, provides ambulance service, and carries on education and training around a whole spectrum of public safety issues.
Thornton Fire has partnered with Allegro Coffee to create First Alarm coffee. This special blend is for sale at the Fire Administration office in City Hall, 9500 Civic Center Drive. The cost is $10 for a 12 ounce bag. Proceeds assist the Thornton Fire Foundation. Look for other coffee blends to be made available throughout the year! For more information call 303-538-7677.
Want a small fire in your backyard fire pit? A bonfire for your school game? Want to burn some leaves or lawn trimmings? Learn the dos and don'ts of open burning in the City of Thornton...
Open Burning Page
When firefighters respond to an emergency, every second is crucial. A fire hydrant hidden by a fence or shrubbery could seriously delay emergency response. Please see the attached brochure for more information...
Thornton Connected: Fire Department
For non-emergency information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 303-538-7602. Or visit our Contact Information page.