C Shift crews completed training with confined space equipment - 09/16/18 Photos courtesy of BC Ojinaga #Readiness
Greeley Fire Department - Greeley, Colorado recently completed annual JPR (Job Performance Requirement) training at Station 7 with the State of Colorado Hazmat Trailer. This Trailer provides a great prop for realistic training. Area Fire Departments and Hazmat team members, E7, E2, and LDR5 completed the JPRs on September 13, 2018. #Partnership #Cooperation #Teamwork #Readiness Photos courtesy of Lt. Logston
Greeley Firefighters recently participated in Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) training at the Greeley–Weld County Airport. The Greeley-Weld County Airport and the Greeley Fire Department - Greeley, Colorado provide ARFF services to aircraft operators when requested. This type of training provides the Fire Department with up to date information about the airfield and access points. We also have the opportunity to train with the ARFF units, Rescue 8 and Rescue
One of our Greeley Firefighters is currently deployed as a member of FEMA USAR Colorado Task Force 1 providing hurricane relief in North Carolina..... photos are courtesy of Co-Task Force 1.
Engine #1 crew assisting a citizen by demonstrating how to install their child safety seat properly...
09/12/18 - Greeley Fire Department - Greeley, Colorado has sent five personnel and a Brush Truck / Type 6 Engine to the #SeamanReservoirFire. The fire was caused by a lightening strike on Tuesday, September 11th. The fire is burning in steep terrain west of the reservoir and near the Hewlett burn scar. This mountain reservoir is an important part of the Greeley Water system. Roosevelt National Forest is currently in
Greeley Fire Department - Greeley, Colorado has sent one of our firefighters on this joint deployment for #HurricaneFlorence. Thank you to all agencies participating in this partnership and to West Metro Fire Rescue for being the lead agency. Be safe!45 members of Colorado Task Force 1 (CO-TF-1) will be leaving tomorrow morning- headed for Raleigh, North Carolina to assist with Hurricane Florence. The storm has prompted mandatory evacuations and could
9/11/18 - Members of Greeley Fire participated in the #Denver 9/11 #StairClimb. Participants climb the 55 flights of stairs twice in full bunker gear to simulate the 110 floors of the #WorldTradeCenter. This event pays tribute to the 343 members of #FDNY that lost their lives on September 11, 2001. #NeverForget Thank you all for your participation! Photo courtesy of BC Ojinaga
Greeley Fire Department and Banner Paramedic Services responded to the 300 block or 43rd Ave CT. for a person having a medical emergency on a roof of a house. Greeley Fire Engine 3 arrived and determined additional resources would be needed to safely remove the patient from the roof. Greeley E3 and Banner Paramedics provided patient care to the patient while awaiting the additional resources. Upon arrival of the additional
Front Range Fire Consortium Academy is in the Station #1 classroom this morning. Happy Monday!
Engine #1, ready 24/7, 365 days a year.....3,752 total responses in 2017.
Greeley fire: Thursday bedroom blaze causes $30,000 in damageA fire that might have started with a candle caused about $30,000 in damage to a Greeley home Thursday night. About 11:05 p.m., Greeley firefighters began fighting flames pouring from a second-floor bedroom window at a home in the 3100 block of 51st Ave. Greeley fire Battalion chief Dave Einspahr sa...
Although grilling season is coming to an end, please be careful and follow the helpful tips we provided in this article. Propane gas grill fire injures 2 at Greeley homeTwo people were injured Monday evening after a propane gas grill caught fire at a Greeley home. Greeley fire Battalion Chief Ben Ojinaga said two people at a home in the 6200 block of 3rd Street suffered burns and were taken
All Greeley Fire personnel are attending ARFF( Aircraft Rescue & Firefighting ) training this week at the Greeley-Weld Airport.
Greeley Firefighters spent part of their Labor Day performing pre-planning of apartment buildings in each of the six response districts. In these pictures E1 and L1 crews perform a pre-plan at 815 15th St. Pre-plans are completed for various reasons based on occupancy levels for residential structures or known hazards in a commercial structure. This activity provides vital information for the Firefighters in the event of future incident, such as
Have a safe and happy Labor Day! Crews are working and perfecting driving skills in preparation for the upcoming engineer promotional exam.
Greeley Fire crews participating in Pit Crew CPR #training - adopted by Dr. Poles, our medical director. Studies show that this method of CPR increases save rates. #CPRSavesLives
08/28/18 E2, L1, and BC1 and Banner responded to 2320 Reservoir Rd for a vehicle vs building. Units arrived and found a vehicle that has drove through the glass. No injuries were were reported. Crews assisted with glass clean up and remained on-scene till vehicle was removed. Photo - BC Ojinaga
Greeley Fire is proud to announce the following promotions: Brian Kuznik to Division Chief Ben Ojinaga to Battalion Chief Jon Hergenreter to Lieutenant Congratulations gentlemen! You have worked hard to achieve these positions and will serve our community City of Greeley Government and Greeley Fire Department - Greeley, Colorado with honor.
August 20 - November 11, 2018 Greeley Fire is accepting applications for Firefighter applicants. TO APPLY: Step One: Visit http://greeleygov.com/government/hr/job-center/fire to complete the required City of Greeley application and review information for minimum requirements and testing instructions. Step Two: Visit to https://nationaltestingnetwork.com/publicsafetyjobs/index.cfm website to schedule a written exam and complete the NTN application. Step Three: Candidates who do not already possess a current Candidate Physical Ability Test card, they can