Applications & Forms
The Northeast Teller County Fire Protection District offers residents of the county the opportunity to dispose of slash through burning. The City of Woodland Park prohibits open burningwith exception to small recreational fires not exceding three foot flame lengths, therefore, we do not issue paperwork for permits within the city limits.
To receive a burn permit, you must first contact the fire district at 687-1866 and request a burn site inspection. You will need to be present during the inspection and your site must meet certain criteria. Remember that you must have firefighting tools (garden hose, shovels, a fire extinguisher, etc.) and there must be access for firefighting vehicles to your site.
Upon completion and approval of the inspection, you may take the NETCFPD Burn Permit Inspection Form to the Teller County Sheriff’s Office in Divide, CO to purchase the county burn permit.
Full Time Employment
NE Teller County Fire, does not have a regular testing for employment schedule. Hiring is done on an as needed basis. Testing information will be updated here and on our facebook page when opportunities are available. The minimum qualifications for employment are:
At least 18 years of age, at the time of employment.
High school diploma, G.E.D. or equivalent.
Current State of Colorado FF I certification or higher.
Current State of Colorado EMT-Basic or higher
Valid State of Colorado Driver’s License.
Ability to obtain a USDA Red Card.
Current CPAT certificate.
NE Teller County Fire is now accepting applications for full time employment. The application deadline has been extended to June 3, 2019.
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Part Time Employment
NE Teller County Fire Employs part time firefighters. All part time firefighters, must be full time paid firefighters in good standing with another agency.
There are currently no opportunities for part time employment.
Fire and EMS Departments can engage citizens who are interested in assisting the department in a variety of non-operational activities through the utilization of a national organization known as Fire Corps. NETCFPD has an active group of citizen volunteers, many of whom are also Teller County first responders, who provide back up and assistance to the District so that the professionals can focus on their primary responsibilities. Our duties can change from time to time in order to meet the demands and needs of the District and community. Please fill out the “Volunteer and Fire Corps Application” if you are interested in joining the Northeast Teller County Fire District Fire Corps.
The requirements for being a member of Fire Corps enable most average citizens to participate. No fire experience is necessary. You must be able to pass a CBI criminal background check and driver’s history conducted through the District. Our business and training meeting is the 3rd Thursday of every month, starting at 12pm and lasting approximately two hours.
For more information regarding Fire Corps visit: http://www.citizencorps.gov/programs/firecorps_detailed.shtm