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Mountain View Fire responds from ten fire stations throughout the District. Ten stations are staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Administration Office-3561 N. Stagecoach Road 

Mountain View Fire Rescue moved its Administration Office from Station 10 to the new office conveniently located off of North Stagecoach Road and Highway 119. 

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Contact Information

Ph: (303) 772-0710
Fx: (303) 651-7702


Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Maintenance Facility-5322 County Road 7 

Mountain View Fire Rescue strives to keep all apparatus well maintained and safe. We employ Emergency Vehicle Technicians (EVT) who are located in the fleet maintenance shop located in Erie. Each of these technicians has many years of experience and numerous certifications in emergency vehicle service and repair. Providing maintenance and repair services in-house provides cost savings and allows MVFR to have greater control over the quality of services.  The maintenance division also repairs apparatus from other Districts.  

Maintenance Garage

Mountain View Fire Rescuet facility maintenance department moved into the 23,100 square foot maintenance facility that was constructed at 5322 County Road 7 in Erie, CO. The building provides much-needed space for MVFR’s staff to perform maintenance on their larger fire engines and ladder trucks indoors, out of Colorado’s unpredictable elements. The building has an astounding 34’ ceiling height to allow for raising ladders and working under trucks. The building has space for central receiving, fire and EMS storage, a pump testing pit as well as 5 drive-through truck bays.

Maintenance Facility

5322 County Road 7

Erie, Colorado 


Longmont Station 1-10939 Weld County Road 5 

Crews moved into the new Station 1 in November of 2013.  This  station houses MVFR's technical rescue team and provides quick response and continued excellent service to the Highway 119 area which MVFR has provided service to for over 50 years.  The previous Station 1 is now Station 10 and is still operational and active on County Line Road.  

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This station was determined to be essential for MVFR's long term plans.  Adding this station assisted MVFR to be able to achieve a lower Insurance Service Office rating and to earn International Accreditation by the Center for Public Safety Excellence.  This station allows for quicker and efficient service to Highway 119 communities as well as rapid access to I-25. 

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10939 Weld County Road 5

Longmont, CO 80504

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Boulder Station 2-7700 Baseline Road 
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Station 2 was originally built in 1972, and then an extra bay was added in 1979.  In 2012 a remodel occurred creating a much larger space that enabled the station with the ability to house 4 fullsize  apparatus and sleep 6 fulltime firefighters.  The station covers unincorporated Boulder County between the City of Boulder and the City of Lafayette. 

Station 2

7700 Baseline Road

Boulder , CO 80303

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Mead Station 3-441 3rd Street 
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Built in 1983 along with the Town of Mead, Station #3 protects the northern portion of the Fire District. In 2014 a drastic remodel occured which created a much larger space for the crews and included a workout area.  The remodel was done along with the Town Hall and was partially paid for with a grant from the Department of Local Affairs.  

441 3rd Street

Mead, CO 80542

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Niwot Station 4-8500 Niwot Road 
Station 6

Niwot Station 4 was built in 1983 to accommodate the growth in the Niwot area and was initially staffed by volunteers.  As the needs of the community increased, so did the size of the station. In 1995, a meeting area and crews quarters were added to the south side of the building. This was followed by another remodel in 1999 to the north side changing the old kitchen and training room into a weight room and offices. To accommodate an increase in staffing, the Niwot station began renovation in July of 2012 and was completed as of January 2013.

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Currently, the Boulder County Sheriff had a substation at this location as well. 

8500 Niwot Road

Niwot, CO 80544

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Superior Station 5-2701 S. Indiana Street 
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Station 5 sits on 1.5 acres and was remodeled in 2010.  The station is equipped with 4 bays that can hold up to 8 pieces of apparatus.  It also has a climbing wall used for high angle rescue training.  Station 5 serves unincorporated Boulder County and the Town of Superior.

Station 5

2701 S. Indiana Street

Superior, Colorado 80027

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Erie Station 6-50 Bonanza Drive 
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As the Town of Erie experienced the increase in population, a new location was needed for Station #6. The old station was limited in height and depth and the location was not in an area that ideally met the needs of the Fire District and the Town. 

A location was chosen in the Grand View subdivision off Weld County Road 8. This gave the District a better response to the Interstate as well as the south end of the District including access into the new growth in the area. 

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Built in 2002, Station 6 serves as the primary response for the Town of Erie.

50 Bonanza Drive

Erie, CO 80516

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Dacono Station 7-161 Perry Lane 
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The old fire station in the City of Dacono was replaced with a new state-of-the-art facility, completed in September of 2009. Station 7 houses the District's hazardous materials response team. Located at 161 Perry Lane, the placement of the new facility enhances the Fire District’s ability to improve its response times to new growth areas, while maintaining good response times to existing areas of the City.

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This fire station was built using grant money from Energy Impact Grant Funds, thereby lessening the impact to the taxpayers of the Fire District. This type of funding reflects the Staff and District Board's philosophy of trying to enhance the District's infrastructure with as little impact to the taxpayers as possible.

161 Perry Lane

Dacono, CO 80514

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South Erie Station 8-400 Bonanza Drive 
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Due to increased population & increase in emergency calls, MVFR built a new station in the Vista Ridge community beginning in 2015.

MVFR was awarded an Energy and Mineral Impact Assistance Fund grant in the amount of $600,000 from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA.)

Benefits of Station 8:

  • Construction of a second response station in the Town of Erie provides citizens with faster response for emergency services with increased personnel and emergency apparatus available. 
  • The improved response times and availability of emergency personnel and apparatus should also improve the District’s Insurance Service Office ratings, which may result in lower insurance premiums to citizens and business owners who pay for fire insurance in the community.
  • The new station has an energy efficient design.  This design for the new station saved the District and its taxpayers in annual energy operation costs. 
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400 Bonanza Drive

Erie, CO 80516

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Eldorado Springs Station 9-4390 Eldorado Springs Drive 
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Built in 2013, Station 9 sits on 2.5 acres at the base of Eldorado Spring Canyon serving the community of Eldorado Springs and unincorporated Boulder County.

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Station 9

4390 Eldorado Springs Drive

Boulder, Colorado 80303 

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Flagstaff Station 10-5748 Flagstaff Road 
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Station 10 was originally built in 1977 and has gone through many remodels in the last 44 years.  The most recent was in 2017 where a training room, two bedrooms and a new kitchen were added to the station.  The station is now able to accommodate a 24/7 crew staffing.  This station serves the Flagstaff Community as well as parts of unincorporated Boulder County.

Station 10

5748 Flagstaff Road

Boulder , CO 80302

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Station 13-Training 9119 East County Line Road 
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Built in 1975 to serve as the Fire District Headquarters and to house the career firefighters. As the Fire District developed, a larger administrative staff was required. The amount of office space available at the Station was limited, so the administrative staff was moved to 700 Weaver Park Road in Longmont. 

In 1995, the decision was made to add-on to the station. A larger crew quarters and administrative offices were added. The original design for this station had plans for a hose-drying tower, but it was never added.

The administrative staff worked in this station until September of 2013.  The administration office is now located 3561 N. Stagecoach Road, Unit 200 in Longmont and now this station is used for training and community education classes.  

9119 East County Line Road

Longmont, CO 80504

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