RESCUE 2 RESOTRATION PROJECT
LCFD#1, with huge thanks to Palamino Industries, is ready to start getting Rescue 1-1 (Former FDNY Rescue 2) back in service! This will bring a whole new realm of capabilities to LCFD#1 in our effort to bring the best rapid-response to our citizens and mutual aid partners!
Laramie County Fire District #1 proudly protects 11,000 people living in an area of 180 square miles. We operate out of 2 stations that protect a primarily residential area. Our department is a combination department consisting of volunteers and paid personnel. We run an average of 1600 calls per year with an average first due response time of 5-9 minutes.
Laramie County Fire District #1 was established in 1947 and serves the area south of the City of Cheyenne to the Colorado border. LCFD #1 also provides mutual aid with the remainder of Laramie County, and portions of Northern Colorado. Currently we have 40 members, six of which are full-time, a paid Assistant Chief and a paid Fire Chief.
Laramie County Fire District #1 is trained and equipped to provide the following services:
- Firefighting - Hazardous Materials Emergency Response - ALS Medical Services -
- Vehicle Rescue (Extrication) - Search and Rescue - High and Low Angle Rescue -
Laramie County Fire District #1 - A group of individuals more varied than the weather of Wyoming, bound together by the desire to protect and serve their community and its citizens in their time of need. We are a union of men and women doing good for our fellow man because we can, not because we must.
"Yet what force on earth is more feeble than the strength of one?" - Ralph Chaplin (1887-1961)
LCFD#1 Shirts and Address Signs
Laramie County Fire District #1 now has LCFD#1 supporter Shirts. We are also offering large, reflective street signs (custom made) to help us better identify your address. Please give us a call or stop by (if we're not a call) we will be glad to help you in purchasing these items. They are both priced at $20 a piece and this can be in the form of cash or check.
Fire District Board Info.
Laramie County Fire District #1 is administered by a board of non-member individuals who volunteer their time to administer the Fire District. Here you will find the schedule for their regular meetings that are open to the public and information they want to ensure the public is aware of.
Fall/Winter Fire Safety
As we fire up our heating devices for the winter with snow in the forecast, you should remember that any heat producing device is a risk for fire within your home. Using manufacturer recommendations and a safety-oriented attitude will help protect you and your family from these dangers.
Sign up for the chance to become a volunteer firefighter and protect your community!