NE Teller County Fire Department

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Resources from the NE Teller Co. Fire District are accessible to everyone in our community. Find out how to contact us, apply for a burn permit, or apply to join our team. Need help? We look forward to hearing from you. 



Discover the ways to reach out to us, obtain a permit for burning, or explore opportunities to become a part of our team. 


Do you have slash, tree cuttings, or debris piling up on your property in Northeast Teller County? Look no further than the Northeast Teller County Fire Protection District (NETCFPD)! We offer residents a safe and responsible way to dispose of this material through controlled burning.

Important Note: Open burning is prohibited within the City of Woodland Park, except for small recreational fires with flames not exceeding three feet. If you reside in Woodland Park, please refer to their specific regulations.


Burning Safely with NETCFPD Permits


  • Always follow permit instructions and fire restrictions.
  • Never leave a fire unattended.
  • Clear a ten-foot perimeter around your fire pit free of flammable materials.
  • Only burn dry, natural materials like tree branches and leaves.
  • Extinguish your fire completely before leaving it.

Stay Informed

Visit the NETCFPD website for the latest updates on burning regulations and permits.

Follow NETCFPD on social media for reminders and safety tips.
Safe burning not only helps manage your property but also protects our community from wildfires. By following these guidelines and obtaining the necessary permits, you can enjoy the warmth and ambiance of a crackling fire with peace of mind.



Drivers LicenseDrivers License Department of Motor Vehicles—Powers
Branch, 5650 Industrial Place, Suite 100
Colorado Springs, CO (719-520-6240)
Bank AccountsYour bank as soon as possible
Insurance PoliciesYour agent as soon as possible
Military and Discharge PapersNational Personnel Records Center
Papers Military Personnel Records Center
9700 Page Boulevard
St. Louis MO 63132-5100
PassportsUS Postal Office
300 W. South Ave.
Woodland Park, CO 80909 719-574-9279
Birth, Death & Marriage CertificatesState Bureau of Records in the state of birth, death, marriage, etc.
Divorce PapersCircuit court where decree was issued
Social Security or Medicare CardsSocial Security Administration
1049 N. Academy Blvd
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
Credit CardsThe issuing companies as soon as possible
Titles or deedsRecords department of city or county in which the property is located
Stocks and bondsIssuing company or your broker
WillsYour attorney
Medical RecordsYour doctor
WarrantiesIssuing companies
Income Tax RecordsInternal Revenue Service
24 hour Recorded Tax Assistance 800-829-4477
Federal Tax Questions 800-829-1040
Auto Registration and Title CardsDepartment of Motor Vehicles—Powers Branch
5650 Industrial Place, Suite 100
Colorado Springs, CO (719-520-6240)
Prepaid Burial ContractsIssuing company
Post OfficeUS Postal Office
300 W. South Avenue
Woodland Park, CO 80866-9998 (719-687-6179)
Citizenship PapersImmigration & Naturalization Service
Animal RegistrationSociety or governmental agency of registry
Telephone CompanyQWEST, customer service 1-800-1491-0118

In Case of Personal Injury

In the event that you, a friend, or family member is injured in the emergency, you should follow certain procedures if the injury requires treatment beyond the scene of the incident. Contact your company, health insurance, or agent if it is your personal policy. You may be covered under your homeowner’s, automobile, or health insurance. This would apply in the event of short or long-term disability, also.

Salvage Hints

Information concerning the salvage and restoration of such items as clothing, cooking utensils, electrical appliances, food, flooring and rugs, bedding, leather and books, locks and hinges, walls and furniture can be obtained from the U.S. Fire Administration, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Washington, DC 20472 or through the internet at Additional information is also available from the Fire Center of the University of Minnesota.


Electric CompanyIREA, 800 N Hwy 67, Woodland Park, CO 80863
Gas CompanyBlack Hills Energy, 24-hr cust. service 1-888-890-5554
Propane CompanyContact your provider
Emergency AssistanceAmerican Red Cross
Pikes Peak Chapter
1040 S. Eighth Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
(719-632-3563)Salvation Army
908 Yuma Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80909 (719-636-3891)
Towing ServicesFred’s Towing 687-9313
J.E.T. Service 689-2325
Alpine Towing 748-3331
Randy’s Towing 596-6067
Lock ServicesThe Lock Shop 687-2257
County Door and Hardware 687-2863


Find answers to commonly asked questions about NE Teller County FPD department.

We’re a dedicated team of firefighters and EMTs protecting Woodland Park and the surrounding 89 square miles, stretching from Douglas County to Green Mountain Falls and El Paso County.

ISO is the Insurance Service Office, a nationwide independent agency that evaluates Fire Department Capabilities and helps set insurance rates by providing information to Insurance Companies.

While we serve the city, our district extends beyond its boundaries, safeguarding a larger community.

You can always count on 4 full-time firefighters responding to every emergency. We supplement our core team with part-time professionals, ensuring optimal coverage.

  • 1 Fire Chief 
  • 1 Deputy Fire Chief
  • 1 Executive Assistant
  • 1 Emergency Vehicle Technician (EVT)
  • 15 Full-Time Firefighters
    • 3 Captains
    • 2 Engineer/Paramedic
    • 1 Engineer
    • 2 Firefighter/Paramedic
    • 7 Firefighters
  • 13 Part-Time Firefighters

ISO is hired by insurance companies as an independent agency to evaluate Fire Departments and help them evaluate risk and use that to determine insurance rates. Their evaluations help find any holes in our coverage. We cannot ignore their findings for the sake of our community safety and your pocketbook!

  • Structural Fire-fighting 
  • Vehicle Fires 
  • Wildland Fire-fighting 
  • Traffic Accidents and extrication 
  • Specialized rescue (swift water, ice, rope, below ground) 
  • Hazardous Material Response (members of the South-Central team for Teller County) 
  • Emergency Medical Response (ALS and BLS, wilderness/backcountry rescue) 
  • Community Fire Education (fire extinguisher classes) 
  • Community Risk Reduction 
  • Fire Code Compliance 
  • Pre-Incident Planning 
  • Wildland Fire Property Assessments 
  • Burn Permit Inspections 
  • Existing Building Code Compliance 
  • New Development/construction code compliance


Ready to make a difference in your community? Look no further than the Northeast Teller County Fire District. We’re not just firefighters – we’re a team of dedicated professionals united by a passion for safety, service, and community. Check out our Employment Opportunities below. NE Teller County Fire hires as needed. All part-time firefighters in NE Teller County Fire District must be full-time paid firefighters in good standing with another agency. Testing information for new employment opportunities will be updated here and our Facebook page. We’re searching for talented individuals to join our ranks. 

Employment opportunities are available for Colorado residents who are:

Do you check all the boxes? Contact us to enquire about employment opportunities. 



Support your community alongside dedicated firefighters and paramedics by joining the Fire Corps. The Northeast Teller County Fire District (NETCFPD) welcomes you to join our Fire Corps, a national program connecting passionate citizens with valuable non-operational roles within the department.

Our Fire Corps volunteers, many of whom are also Teller County first responders, play a crucial role in supporting our professionals and ensuring the district’s smooth operation. From administrative tasks and public education initiatives to assisting with community events and emergency preparedness programs, your contributions are invaluable.

No experience? No problem! We believe anyone with a helping heart and a commitment to service can make a difference. Our Fire Corps welcomes diverse backgrounds and skills, offering fulfilling opportunities for everyone.

Becoming a Fire Corps member is simple

  • Meet the basic requirements Pass a CBI background check and driver's history check, and be at least 18 years old.
  • Join us for our monthly business and training meeting Meet fellow volunteers, learn about current needs, and discover exciting ways to contribute. Our meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of every month at 12pm and last approximately two hours.

For more information regarding Fire Corps visit:



At NE Teller Co Fire District, we’re always ready to answer your questions, address concerns, and connect with our community. We’re not just firefighters – we’re your neighbors, friends, and safety net. So, whether you have a burning question about fire safety, want to learn more about our programs, or simply wish to express your gratitude, we look forward to connecting with you.


Help us keep our community safe by supporting the NE Teller County Fire District.

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