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We want to say THANK YOU to Advance Tank and Construction for your generous dona…

We want to say THANK YOU to Advance Tank and Construction for your generous dona... 1

2020-11-09 20:46:17

We want to say THANK YOU to Advance Tank and Construction for your generous donation of N95 masks. We are grateful for your kindness and support.

On Wednesday, March 25th from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wellington Fire Protection District Station 16 will serve as a collection point for unused personal protective equipment for health care workers and first responders. The Larimer County Emergency Operations Center will distribute these items to agencies that need supplies. Items needed include N95 masks, surgical masks, nitrile gloves, and disposable gowns. If you have any unused PPE, please consider donating it for use by our local hospitals and emergency responders.

WFPD Station 16
8130 3rd St, Wellington 80549

Donations can be brought to the administration entrance on the south side of the station on McKinley Ave., and left in the box by the front door. Our crews will retrieve all PPE by the end of the day.

Thank you for your support!

#WellingtonStrong



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Earlier today, Wellington Fire responded to a 911 call for a possible structure …

Earlier today, Wellington Fire responded to a 911 call for a possible structure ... 2

2020-11-24 16:18:43

Earlier today, Wellington Fire responded to a 911 call for a possible structure fire in the area of Mt. Nimbus St. and Ronald Reagan Ave. No smoke or flames were visible when Engine 16 and Battalion Chief 3 arrived on scene. After completing their investigation, firefighters found an electric space heater that had overheated and began to smoke. Thankfully, there was no fire or damage to the home. We want to thank our partners at Poudre Fire Authority for your assistance.

With the colder temperatures, more time is being spent indoors. Portable space heaters have become a popular way to heat a room. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), heating equipment, such as electric space heaters, is one of the leading causes of home fires during the winter months. If you plan to use portable electric space heaters, make sure to follow these safety tips.

1. Keep the heater at least 3 feet away from anything that can burn, including people and animals.
2. Place the heater on a sturdy, flat surface.
3. Make sure your heater has an auto shut-off to turn the heater off if it tips over.
4. Inspect for cracked or broken plugs or loose connections, and replace any before using.
5. Never use an extension cord. Plug the heater directly into the wall outlet.
6. Space heaters should be turned off and unplugged when you leave the room or go to bed.

You can find more information on electric space heater safety at bit.ly/NFPAHeatingSafety.

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Severe Weather Shelter and COVID-19 Recovery Center Dashboard Now Live

Severe Weather Shelter and COVID-19 Recovery Center Dashboard Now Live 3

2020-11-23 17:36:00

The City of Boulder’s Housing and Human Services Department has launched a new data dashboard that tracks utilization and capacity for two of the services that serve individuals experiencing homelessness.

Severe Weather Shelter and COVID-19 Recovery Center Dashboard Now Live

Increased inquiries from the community members for data about these programs prompted HHS to create an easy to access dashboard.

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Boulder County has now moved to “Level Red: Severe Risk” on the state’s COVID-19…

Boulder County has now moved to "Level Red: Severe Risk" on the state's COVID-19... 4

2020-11-20 17:36:46

Boulder County has now moved to “Level Red: Severe Risk” on the state’s COVID-19 dial. Level Red prohibits personal gatherings between members of different households, indoor events and indoor dining at restaurants. Do your part to help limit the spread of COVID-19. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2KsMbuZ.

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