The Friends of Arvada Fire Protection District (FAFPD) was formed to raise money for and otherwise support the Arvada Fire Protection District (AFPD). Those members who formed FAFPD envision an organization that will reduce AFPD’s financial burden and allow AFPD to spend more of its time focusing on its mission of responding to emergencies within the community.
- Operations Division
- The purchase of firefighter/EMS apparatus
- The purchase of firefighter/EMS equipment
- The purchase of safety gear – bunker gear, personal protective equipment, safety vests, etc.
- The purchase of furniture, equipment and similar items for fire stations
- Firefighter/EMS training and education
- Training equipment and facilities
- Firefighter health and fitness initiatives
- Firefighter health and fitness testing
- The purchase of fitness equipment
- Life Safety
- Business inspection resources and equipment
- Public education initiatives
- Home fire safety
- Community Risk Reduction initiatives
- Support Services
- Radios and associated equipment
- Dispatch equipment and software
- Computer equipment, servers and software
Recently Funded Projects thanks to your valued donations
Safely lifts and loads patients to and from ambulance. Provides comfort and safety for patient and injury prevention for firefighters.
Studies show that the best chance of survival in residential fires is working smoke alarms. This program provides alarms and/or batteries and installation for residents of the District.
Allows firefighters to safely test electrical lines for current at emergency scenes.
Provides a realistic experience for home fire safety education.
The Child Passenger Seat Program provides car seats and installation. Firefighters can also check existing car seat installations.
Basic gear provided to citizen volunteers who have completed the CERT Basic Academy. These citizens provide support for professional responders in the City of Arvada.
Fire Investigation Cameras
Used for fire investigation documentation to help determine how a fire started, and provide educational information to the community on ways to prevent similar fires from occurring.