Boulder Mountain Fire Protection District

BMFPD provides fire protection and medical response to Pine Brook Hills, Boulder Heights and Carriage Hills. It consists of approximately 50 volunteers led by a professional fire chief, and is governed by a seven person Board representing specific geographical districts. Our district is in the urban-wildland interface, and with our abundant Ponderosa forests, at high risk for wildland fires.

Serving as a volunteer with BMFPD or the Auxiliary is an interesting and exciting way to learn new skills, meet some of your neighbors and serve the community you live in. Volunteers are much appreciated by the residents they serve, and applications for memberships are always welcome. Contact Chief John Benson if you would like to volunteer. Training sessions are held twice each month, usually on a Wednesday evening and a Saturday morning.

BMFPD also provides First Responder and Fire Mitigation Services. There is a separate training schedule for medical responders, plus several joint fire and medical exercises each year. Volunteers may serve either as medical or fire volunteers or both.

Pine Brook Hills is served by Station 1 at the Community Center, 1905 Linden Drive


The Auxiliary is a group of men and women who support the fire department in non-emergency roles:

  • Provide food and fluids as needed during training and emergencies.
  • Keep firefighter and medical responder morale high (parties and awards).
  • Raise funds for non-budget expenses.
  • Complete specific non-emergency physical and administrative support tasks.

Each year the Auxiliary holds two major fund-raisers: Mountain Expressions (the fall art and crafts show/sale) and the Spring Garage Sale.

If you would like to join call any current officer:

  • Ann Blonston
    • Co-President
    • 720-295-2660
  • Catherine Von Hatten
    • Co-President
    • 303-997-8319