The District Administrative Offices have moved to 248 Welch Avenue in Berthoud


Community Outreach & Public Education Events

Berthoud Fire Protection District is pleased to offer and participate in various community engagement events and activities for our citizens and our community such as:

  • Life Safety Education Events
  • Station Tours
  • Community Events

Please fill out the request form below or call us at 970-532-2264.  Based on availability of our crews, we will do our best to accommodate your request.   


Life Safety Education Events

Ours firefighters will come to your school, business, or event and provide education on many topics to include

  • Fire Prevention & Safety
  • Fire Drills/Escape Plans
  • Smoke Alarms/Carbon Monoxide Alarms
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Emergency and Wildfire Preparedness
  • Fall/Slip Prevention for older adults
  • Careers in the fire service

If you want us to address other fire- or life-safety topics, please let us know.  To inquire about our organization assisting with an education event, please fill out the form below or call us at 970-532-2264.  

Station Tours

A station tour is a pre-scheduled educational walk-through and apparatus/equipment demonstration at one of our fire stations.  

We are happy to schedule station tours for citizens of our fire district.   Please note that during schedule station tours our firefighters will remain in-service and ready to respond to emergencies.  As a result, they may have to cancel, be late, and/or may have to leave early.

To inquire about a station tour, please fill out the form below or call us at 970-532-2264.

Community Events

Ours crews are available for various community events such as:

  • fairs
  • festivals
  • parades
  • community gatherings

To check our crews availability and schedule an event, please fill out the form below or contact us at 970-532-2264.

Firefighter showing school age children his bunker gear
Berthoud Fire trucks at Berthoud Day
Kids spraying a giant ball with a fire hose at firefighter for a day camp.
A firefighter petting a dog