Mission Statement

The Mission of the dedicated professionals of the Golden Fire Department is to enhance the quality of life for the Golden Community through fire and injury prevention, education, and protection of life and property.

Fire Department Services

Non-emergency Services
Mon-Fri, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
After business hours & weekends

March 2016 Fire Department Call Statistics

Major Incident Types
Number of Incidents
Percentage of Total
Overpressure rupture00%
Rescue & Emergency Medical Services8954.60%
Hazardous Conditions (No Fire)106.13%
Service Call84.91%
Good Intent Call1911.66%
False Alarm & False Call3219.63%
Severe Weather Related Call00%
Special Incident Type00%
Total Incidents163100%

Incidents by Location

Clear Creek Canyon31.84%
District #1 (North end)7546.01%
District #2 (South end)5345.40%
Gaming Related Call23.68%
Other Outside of City21.84%

Other Statistics

Automatic Aid Received1
Automatic Aid Given1
Mutual Aid Received6
Mutual Aid Given3
Average Response Time4:59 mins.
Average Total Time per Call28:48 mins.
Average Number of Firefighters per Incident5
Total Dollar Loss for the month$253,630
Fire Department Services:
Car Seat ChecksAlarm Registration
Community Wildfire Protection PlanFirefighter Member Training
Fire DonationsFire Safety Education Programs
Senior Fire SafetySmoke Signals Newsletter
COG Mesa

 Golden was named after Thomas L. Golden,
a gold prospector who arrived in Jefferson County in 1858.

Additional Resources

City of Golden, Colorado
COG Mesa