About Us

Our mission is to minimize the loss of life and propety resulting from fires,
medical emergencies, environmental and other disasters.  We will accomplish our mission through a progressive and professional system of personnel develeopment, public education, fire suppression, code enforrcement, medical services and rescue skilss. We will actively participate in our community, serve as role models and strive to effectively and efficiently utilize all of the necessary resources at our command to proved a service deemed excellent by our citizens.  

The Tri-Lakes Monument Fire Protection District is a career fire department providing fire, rescue and emergency medical services to the Tri-Lakes and Monument regions of northern El Paso County.   Our number one priority is to minimize loss of life and property.  We serve to protect our citizens and value community relations.  We invite you to contact us anytime to ask questions, schedule a tour, see the trucks or to meet the firemen.  Contact our administrative offices on our nonemergency number at 719-484-0911.

Area We Serve
The Tri-Lakes Monument Fire Protection District is located in northwestern El-Paso County.
Our boundaries are the Rampart Range/Palmer Lake to the West, Air Force Academy/Baptist/Hodgen Roads to the South, Black Forest Road to the East, and County Line Road to the North.  In addition we provide mutual aid to the United States Forest Service in the extreme western part of our district in the Mount Herman area.

Quick Facts
Average Elevation: 7100 feet
Population Served:  33,000+ residents
Area of Coverage: 52.1 square miles
Stations: 3
Administration Building: 1
Personnel: 45 Firefighters/EMTs/Paramedics, 5 Admin staff
Daily Staffing: 15 career personnel
Response: 24/7/365 to serve the community
Estimated: 9,652 residential households
Estimated: 418 businesses