Business Resources - Risk Reduction
We want to work together to protect your business. Below are a series of resources available to help set you up for success.EVFPD Information Guide-Business Resources.pdf
Fire Safety Inspections
Did you know that over 40% of businesses never reopen after having a fire? Of those that do reopen, 25% close within the next year after struggling to get back on their feet. These statistics from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) are quite sobering, and one of the reasons the Estes Valley Fire Protection District (EVFPD) works to ensure our businesses are fire safe.
The mission statement of the Estes Valley Fire Protection District includes providing, “…the citizens and guests to the Estes Valley with superior fire prevention, fire protection, and emergency services”. As you might expect, we take our mission seriously, and work hard to live up to the standards put upon us by the public and those we impose on ourselves.
Contact us at Prevention@EstesValleyFire.org to schedule your inspections. Let us help you make your business safe for you, your employees, and your customers.EVFPD Lodging Guide.pdfEVFPD Mobile Food Vehicle Guide.pdfMobile Food Truck Application - Fire Marshal Assoc of ColoradoEVFPD Restaurant Guide.pdf
Prepare for your inspection - know what we're going to be looking forSpring Cleaning & MaintenanceEVFPD Information Guide-Self Assessment Form.pdf
On May 14, 2019, the Estes Valley Fire Protection District updated to the 2018 International Fire Code (IFC). The accepted resolution, which includes the District specific amendments to the IFC can be found here:
- Estes Valley Fire Resolution 2019-01 to adopt the 2018 International Fire Code
This resolution was ratified by both the Town of Estes Park Board and Larimer County Board of County Commissioners in May 2019.
- Ratification by Larimer County on May 7, 2019
- Ratification by Town of Estes Park on May 14, 2019
If you are planning a major remodel, please contact us and learn more on our Construction page.