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Official Site for the Crystal Park Volunteer Fire Department
and the Crystal Park Metropolitan District

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Our Vision, Purpose and Service Area

Our Vision

To provide a highly proficient and rapid first response organization, providing Structure Fire, Wildland Fire, High Angle Rescue, Special Operations, and Emergency Medical Services to Crystal Park, and provide mutual aid to the surrounding communities.

Our Purpose

To improve the quality of life of Crystal Park residents through the preservation and protection of life and property from the consequences of fire and/or other emergencies, to promote the health and welfare of Crystal Park, and to assist other communities in times of need. Our people are the key to success - Volunteers Serving Neighbors!

Please see the CPFD Constitution and By-Laws for more information.

Our Service Area

CPFD provides fire protection services within the boundaries of two subdivisions which comprise Crystal Park, a 2,200 acre private community set in the mountains above Manitou Springs, Colorado. Crystal Park has 360 individual memberships/home sites, of which over 220 are developed sites. In coordination with El Paso County, the Department may also be called upon to respond to other private areas in the vicinity of the service area through mutual aid.

There are 46 miles of roadway in Crystal Park that are maintained year-round. These roads provide limited but critical fire service access to many areas of Crystal Park and in some cases the only access to remote areas of El Paso County and Pike National Forest.


 

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