Congratulations to Front Range Fire Rescue's newest probationary firefighters! Last night, at our monthly board meeting, the three were sworn in at a socially distanced event, and their family members pinned their new badges on them. They all graduated from the Front Range Fire Consortium Academy on December 4. They will be on duty in Johnstown and Milliken starting next week. Here's a little about the newest members of the FRFR family-
Cory Gore-Salazar was a youth sports performance coach with Game Ready Fitness prior to starting with us. Through GFC, he has helped many young people and youth teams reach their athletic goals. Sal comes from a large family and is one of seven children. Sal currently lives in Broomfield with his girlfriend.
Justin Herman was a reserve firefighter for FRFR before being hired. He and his wife have four children. Justin lived in Guatemala for seven years, where he founded an orphanage, House of Hope, in 2015.
Cutter Wicks moved to Colorado to start his career at FRFR wife and two dogs. While in the academy, they welcomed their first child. Cutter has spent the past year as an intern firefighter for Clark County Fire and Rescue in southwest Washington.
Both eligible Larimer County and Johnstown-Weld County businesses have the oppor…
Both eligible Larimer County and Johnstown-Weld County businesses have the opportunity to apply for COVID-19 relief (specifically movie theaters, breweries/wineries, restaurants and bars) through the SB20B-001relief funding.
All eligible businesses in Larimer County have an opportunity to apply, however, the Town of Johnstown applied for funds from the State (and was approved) on the behalf of Johnstown-Weld County businesses when the county opted not to apply. For this reason, only those Johnstown based Weld County businesses are eligible for the grant funding being offered by the Town.
*This is NOT the same grant as the Jtown Small Business Micro Grant*
The Board of Education will be determining the new high school site on January 2…
The Board of Education will be determining the new high school site on January 20th, 2021 at 7 pm. This meeting will be LiveStreamed.
You can also email the board your feedback/questions/input by emailing: email@example.com
Please see the map, below, for the two locations that are under consideration.
FRFR joins Colorado Fire Agencies to focus on Community Risk Reduction Week. W…
FRFR joins Colorado Fire Agencies to focus on Community Risk Reduction Week. We focus on the 5 E’s: Education, Engineering, Enforcement, Economic Incentives/Disincentives, and Emergency Response. These 5 E’sform the foundation by which we plan, establish, and measure our CRR activities and programs.
A big FRFR thanks to Fire Inspector Kurt Nakata who obtained a grant from National Fire Prevention Association and mySidewalk to assist with determining the Front Range Fire Rescues’ specific community needs. The project will combine industry-leading codes and standards, with mySidewalk’s innovative Community Intelligence Platform to create a user-friendly tool to assist FRFR with the risk assessment process. #frontrangefirerescue #CRR
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