Foothills Fire Protection District

Jefferson County Colorado | NFPA | Homeland Security

Foothills Fire & Rescue
District ISO Rating 4/5




Team Motto

One Mission: To Protect and Serve

One Challenge: To Respond Quickly, Safely and Effectively

One Team:
Dedicated to serve with Pride, Professionalism, Tradition and Courage

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide protection for life and property within the district; respond in a quick, safe and effective manner; and serve with pride, professionalism, tradition and courage.

The District will cooperate with other Jefferson County fire protection and law enforcement agencies in their own similar management efforts, recognizing that extreme situations will arise from time to time where the assistance of other jurisdictions will be indispensable.

We will complement Highland Rescue Team Ambulance District’s emergency medical response services to District residents with a capable and reliable staff of qualified EMTs and first responders.

Current News

2014 Election2014 Board of Directors Election
The Foothills Fire Protection District will be holding an election on Tuesday, May 6, 2014 for two (2) upcoming Board of Directors' seats. The two seats available are currently held by Director Robinson and Director Bartlett. Director Robinson has served 1 term and is elegible for reelection. Director Bartlett has served 2 terms and is term limited. As in past elections, Board seats up for election are voted for by the residents in the communities the fire department serves.

The polling place for the election will be at the Grapevine Fire Station, which is located at: 893 So. Grapevine Road (NE side of District near I-70 and Exit 256). For directions to the FFPD polling place, click on the purple address pin notated on the map below:

IMPORTANT NOTE: The election is walk-in voting (polling place) only. Absentee ballots will be sent to registered voters upon request. To download the Absentee Ballot Request Form, click here...

Ballots can be cast from 7:00 am to 7:00 p.m. on Election Day. The polling location will remain open after 7:00 p.m. until every eligible elector who was at the polling place at or before 7:00 p.m. has been allowed to vote. Any person arriving after 7:00 p.m. shall not be entitled to vote.

Firefighter HelpVolunteers Needed!
Foothills Fire & Rescue is a combination department comprised of full-time and volunteer firefighters. The department accepts applications year-round for volunteer firefighters to join our team! If you would like more information about the benefits of membership, and/or how to apply, click here... For additional information, contact Recruitment Coordinator, Pati Stajcar, at We are now accepting applications for the 2014 Foothills Fire Academy!

Smart911Sign Up with Smart911
Smart911 is a free service that allows citizens across the U.S. to create a Safety Profile for their household that includes any information they want 9-1-1 to have in the event of an emergency. Critical information such as family members, bedroom locations, utility shut off information, pet information, etc. At a time when seconds count, being able to provide 9-1-1 with all details that could impact response the second an emergency call is placed could be the difference between life and death. For more information and to sign up with Smart911, visit their website at:

no fires imagesAll Fire Restrictions Lifted
The Jefferson County Sheriff's department lifted all fire restrictions for unincorporated Jefferson County as of July 17, 2013. Please continue to check back for updates or changes.

The Jefferson County Sheriff's department has developed information sheets that contain language, definitions and photographs of items that are restricted in either a Level 1 or Level 2 Fire Ban. See links below for more details:
- Fire Restriction Level 1 (or Stage 1)
- Fire Restrictions Level 2 (or Stage 2)
- Photo Display of Restricted Items

lockCodes and Keys Requested
Residents of Foothills Fire & Protection District: The fire department would like to know if you or your community has a key-pad gate, and if so, what the code is.  A lot of our gates already have Knox access, but we would like to have the key pad codes for back-up.  For your information, a knox lock is accessed by keys that are only held by the fire department. Please email Brian Zoril with the information at: Thank you and be safe!

Contact Information

EMERGENCY: Business Office Hours:

Saturday - Monday:
Tuesday & Friday:
Wednesday & Thursday:

7 am - 3 pm
9 am - 6 pm

7 am - 6 pm

Non-Emergency: Address:

(303) 526-0707

28812 Rainbow Hill Road,
Evergreen CO 80439


(303) 526-2225

Key Personnel

Brian Zoril - Fire Chief
Team Collage

(303) 526-0707
(303) 900-8675

Dave Stajcar - Fleet Officer

(303) 526-0707
(303) 916-8928

Julia Kalish - Training Officer

(303) 526-0707
(303) 828-8802

Jill Inman - Executive Assistant

(303) 526-0707

Pati Stajcar - Recruitment Coordinator

(303) 526-1099

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