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Greeley Fire Department

We provide service twenty-four hours per day, seven days a week, and we protect a total of 64 square miles. In addition to responding to requests for assistance, our firefighters are also involved in public education, stand-by duties requiring first aid or fire watches, and maintenance.

The City of Greeley has adopted the 2021 International Fire Code which becomes effective January 1, 2023. The Greeley Fire Department will continue to use the 2018 International Fire Code for the remainder of 2022. Beginning January 1, 2023, the Greeley Fire Department will begin conducting plan reviews and inspections under the 2021 International Fire Code.

Mission Statement and Organizational Values

"WE, the members of the Greeley Fire Department, serve to create and maintain a safe and healthy community through relentless preparation and delivery of world-class emergency services."

  • Dedication: We are devoted to those we serve and each other;
  • Excellence: We strive to provide the highest quality in everything we do;
  • Honor: We take pride in the opportunity to serve;
  • Integrity: We value the trust of others;
  • Respect: We treat our citizens and each other with respect;
  • Safety: Safety is primary in everything we do.


Please note: Greeley Fire does not fill swimming pools.

Car Seats

Make sure your car seat is installed correctly by visiting the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.


Get a firsthand view of what we do. Come on a ride-along!

Ride-along Application

Please complete the ride along form in its entirety and email it along with your background results from the Colorado Bureau of Investigations to GFD@greeleygov.com. You will be contacted to finalize the scheduling of your ride-along after your request has been approved. No request will be approved without proof of background.

Station Visits and Onsite Visits

You can visit a Greeley Fire Department station OR we can come to you! Fill out the appropriate request form below.

Request to visit a GFD station

Request a visit from GFD to your site

Please note:

  • A three-week notice is required for all requests;
  • We can't fulfill non-emergency requests during the week of the Greeley Stampede, (typically the last week of June through July 4);
  • We can't fulfill non-emergency requests during Fire Prevention week, (typically the second week of October);
  • Please understand that your visit may be interrupted by staff responding to an emergency call;
  • You will receive a response to your request(s) within two weeks.

Events that we make every effort to attend:

  • School visits;
  • Career fairs;
  • Medical stand-by for events;
  • Safety talks;
  • Station tours;
  • Fund raisers for non-profits.

Events we do not attend:

  • Private parties;
  • Events to bring customers in to your business or grand openings.

If you have questions about station visits or onsite visits, call 970-350-9500.

Hazardous Materials and Tier II Reporting

Fire Hazardous Materials and Tier II Reporting

Local Reporting Requirements

Community Safety

Our Community Safety Division is here to help with the following:

  • Fire code compliance;
  • New construction permits and plan review;
  • Fire protection systems permits and plan review;
  • Development review;
  • Fire flow information;
  • Fire safety education.

For information on permits and reports, please contact us at 970-350-9510 or communitysafetydiv@greeleygov.com.

To schedule an inspection please visit https://trakit.greeleygov.com/etrakit. Please allow 2 business days for an inspector to contact you to schedule your inspection.

2023 Fee Schedule

For tips on how to be fire safe, check out the National Fire Protection Association.

Contractor Resources

Frequently Asked Questions

Fire | FAQs

How do I become a firefighter?
Why do so many fire, police, and ambulance vehicles respond to an emergency?
Will the Fire Department charge me for their services?
What is the code on an open fire pit in the city and near a building?
Will you make sure my carseat is properly installed?

About Us

Firefighters protect lives and property through activities associated with fire prevention, rescue, fire fighting, hazardous materials and emergency medical incidents and participates in the training and maintenance activities necessary to achieve that end; men and women dedicated to saving your life.

In addition to fire emergency response, we are involved in the following:

Fire response types

Hazardous materials response
Emergency medical response
Technical rescue response
Water rescue response
Wildland Fire Team
Greeley Fire Department
Fire Truck

Contact Us


1155 10th Avenue
Greeley CO, 80631
970-350-9500 tel
970-350-9525 fax

Fire Chief:
Brian Kuznik

Operations Chief:
Christopher Ellmer

Chief of Administration:
Jeff Stranahan

Always Open

Community Safety

1100 10th Street
Greeley, CO 80631
970-350-9510 tel

Fire Marshal:
Bob Fries

Office of Emergency Management

1155 10th Avenue
Greeley CO, 80631
(970) 350-9598

Interim Emergency Manager
Lt. Dominic Tatti

Station Locations

Station 1: 1155 10th Avenue 970-350-9500
Station 2: 2323 Reservoir Rd 970-336-4020
Station 3: 150 35th Avenue 970-336-4240
Station 4: 2191 1st Avenue 970-336-4022
Station 5: 4701 24th Street 970-336-4070
Station 6: 10603 20th Street 970-350-9520
Station 7: 6623 West 10th St 970-336-4138