Fire-Rescue Master Plan

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Boulder Fire-Rescue is currently working on an update to its Master Plan. This process includes a thorough evaluation of how the department currently operates and potential areas for improvement or efficiencies.

Another significant part of the process is community engagement. We want to know what the public perceives as current and emerging risks and needs. Then, we want to hear your ideas about how to resource these appropriately.

The Master Plan will serve as guiding document for the next five years and will include measurable goals and objectives. The city will use this strategic plan to make many critical decisions, including how to allocate funding, if and when to create new programs and services, where to construct fire stations, and how to provide emergency medical service.

If you have thoughts or concerns about public safety in Boulder, this is a process that will matter to you!

Boulder Fire-Rescue is currently working on an update to its Master Plan. This process includes a thorough evaluation of how the department currently operates and potential areas for improvement or efficiencies.

Another significant part of the process is community engagement. We want to know what the public perceives as current and emerging risks and needs. Then, we want to hear your ideas about how to resource these appropriately.

The Master Plan will serve as guiding document for the next five years and will include measurable goals and objectives. The city will use this strategic plan to make many critical decisions, including how to allocate funding, if and when to create new programs and services, where to construct fire stations, and how to provide emergency medical service.

If you have thoughts or concerns about public safety in Boulder, this is a process that will matter to you!

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

As we embark on this process, we anticipate you may have questions about how fire, rescue and emergency medical service is currently delivered and the changes the city is considering making. This is a great place to ask us any fire, rescue or emergency medical response questions that are on your mind. Please do NOT use this forum to report emergencies. Call 9-1-1 instead.

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