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Our webpage is currently undergoing a redesign. Please be patient with us as we work to improve our page to give you better information! Thank you for all your support. If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to contact us either by phone 970-353-3890 or at email@example.com.
As of March 3, 2016 we will be updating our Community Room Use agreement. Due to damages that have occurred previously and costs associated with those repairs, the district will now be charging OUT OF DISTRICT residents a non-refundable fee to use the room (for parties, showers, etc.). Proof of residency will be required when scheduling use of the room. We apologize for the inconvenience and we appreciate your understanding. Please contact 970-353-3890 or firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or concerns you may have. We appreciate your cooperation and thank you for your support.
Welcome to the home of the Platte Valley Fire Protection District!
The Platte Valley Fire Protection District (PVFPD) was officially established in 1954 to serve the Town of Kersey, community of Gill, and the surrounding unincorporated areas in Weld County, Colorado to provide the citizens of our district with professional emergency services responding to fire, EMS, and rescue incidents as well as citizen assists, community events, fire prevention training, and more. Platte Valley Fire Protection District is considered a special district in the State of Colorado and is governed by a board of publicly elected Directors who reside within the District.
We welcome you to browse around and learn more about our District. Inside you will find a wealth of information for yourself, your neighbors, and your children. Please feel free to call or email us at anytime with questions you may have, or stop by the station for a visit.
We are currently working on a program to distribute reflective address signs to the residents of our district. These new signs will allow us to better identify your residence during emergency situations when seconds count. Please contact the station if you are interested by calling 970-353-3890 or email at email@example.com