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Support your local community by bidding on these amazing items up for grabs. Th…

Support your local community by bidding on these amazing items up for grabs.  Th... 1

2020-10-28 08:36:41

Support your local community by bidding on these amazing items up for grabs. The money raised will go to providing permanent outdoor seating for Storytime, workspace and events around the library.
Thank you so much to the Wellington Area Chamber Of Commerce and all the sponsors of this event! We are grateful!

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Wellington Wisdom – Engine 17

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2020-11-28 22:43:59

We’re excited to announce the premiere of the next episode in our Wellington Wisdom series on YouTube! In this episode, Driver/Operator Nick Schneeberger gives you an inside look at Wellington Engine 17. Episode 2 will primer on our YouTube channel tomorrow (Nov. 29) at 10:00 a.m. We hope you can join!

Wellington Wisdom – Engine 17

In Episode 2 of Wellington Wisdom, Driver-Operator Nick Schneeberger gives an inside look at Wellington Engine 17. Engine 17 is a 2010 Type 1 structure respo…

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November 27 Train Derailment – Wellington Fire Protection District

November 27 Train Derailment - Wellington Fire Protection District 3

2020-11-28 10:41:31

Around 8:22 p.m., on Friday, November 27, Wellington Fire responded to a 911 call for a train derailment north of Wellington. When Engine 17 arrived on the scene, they saw a BNSF Railway engine had collided with an empty coal train parked at the Platte River Power Authority Rawhide Energy Station. The force of the collision knocked four empty coal cars off the railroad track. A drone was used to check for down power lines, fire, and potential hazmat concerns in hard to see spots from the air while firefighters searched from the ground. No issues of concern were found.

Three people were on board the train at the time. One crewmember was transported to a local hospital by UCHealth with minor injuries. The other two crewmembers were evaluated and released on scene. Wellington Fire remained on scene until 10:30 p.m. The cause of the derailment is unknown. The incident has been turned over to Platte River Power Authority and BNSF for further investigation.

Thank you to our partners at Poudre Fire Authority, Rawhide Emergency Response Team, and the Larimer County Sheriff's Office for your help.

November 27 Train Derailment – Wellington Fire Protection District

Around 8:22 p.m., on Friday, November 27, Wellington Fire responded to a 911 call for a train derailment north of Wellington. When Engine 17 arrived on the scene, they saw a BNSF Railway engine had collided with an empty coal train parked at the Platte River Power Authority Rawhide Energy Station. T…

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The Recreation Building is closed to the public. Please call (970) 568-7410 duri…

The Recreation Building is closed to the public. Please call (970) 568-7410 duri... 4

2020-11-25 22:28:15

The Recreation Building is closed to the public. Please call (970) 568-7410 during regular business hours for assistance!

😷 In response to Larimer County Department of Health and Environment shifting to Level Red: Severe Risk category Tuesday, Nov. 24 at 5 p.m., the Town of Wellington has made the decision to increase safety precautions for our facilities. 📢 Effective Wednesday, Nov. 25 administrative offices will be closed to the public. All Town Hall and Town Annex functions of Customer Service, Utility Billing, and Permitting will return to 100% virtual or drop box payment collection. For Municipal Court, staff will continue to process cases by phone, mail, email and other electronic means when appropriate and residents can contact the Court Clerk by calling 970-568-3381 X 110 to ask questions, resolve a… More

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