MAIN FIRE HOUSE
15529 County Road CC
Pleasant View, CO 81331
EMERGENCY CALL 911
We all had a fun time at the our annual
ABC FIRE WAS EVEN THERE GIVING FIRE EXTENGUISHER LESSONS
Plan on joining us next year if you were not able to join us this year.
See You There
WINNER OF THE 2016
BUFFALO HUNT RAFFLE
Proceeds of this raffle go towards college scholarships, Christmas baskets for widows and widowers and other people of need in our fire district.
THIS CAN BE YOU!!!!
THE 2018 RAFFLE WILL BE BETWEEN SEPTEMBER AND NOVEMBER, 2018
CONTACT ANY MEMBER OF THE PLEASANT VIEW FIRE DEPARTMENT TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKET.
JOIN OUR TEAM
As Chief of the Pleasant View Fire Department, I would like to welcome you. Our Department has been proudly serving our community for almost 60 years. I would like to thank all the dedicated men and women who have been willing to answer calls of emergency 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Thanks to all their families also for standing by them. Our appreciation also goes out to our Board of Directors and our support staff, who do an excellent job. Also the backing of our community is critical to our success.
PLEASANT VIEW FIRE AND RESCUE
These reflective address signs clearly mark your address for all emergency personnel to easily identify your location. You can get a nice reflective sign for a nominal fee from our Fire Department. Contact Jeff Daniel at 970-562-4812.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
We are so excited to be able to offer four $500 scholarships to students who either live in our District or whose parents live here. Congratulations to 2017 winners.
2018 applications are available on this web site and are due in April, 2018. Contact Katrina Baumgartner at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Board of Directors' meeting is the third Tuesday of each month at the Fire Station in Pleasant View, Colorado, at 7:00 p.m.
The Public is always welcome
Along with answering emergency calls, the members of our Department are continually training to improve their skills and learning new skills to provide the highest level of protective services possible. Our members train an average of 50-75 hours per year on fire-fighting techniques, new equipment, life-saving skills, EMT training, hazardous materials response and anything else that may be relevant. Along with that, we are always upgrading our tools, equipment and vehicles to assure the very best response. Our meetings are the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays every month at 7:00 p.m. Come visit us at our meetings or send us any comments or suggestions you may have.
CHANGE OF OFFICERS
The Pleasant View Fire Department is located in southwest Colorado in the shadow of the Mesa Verde National Park and the Ute Mountain, at an elevation of 6900 ft, and we cover an area approx. 384 square miles. The area consists of pinion and juniper covered canyons, dry land and irrigated farm land, many homes, outbuildings and barns.
The area we cover is made up of the three communities of Pleasant View, Yellow Jacket and Cahone. Operating under Pleasant View Fire Protection District, we provide fire protection, emergency medical services, hazmat response, and rescue for our communities, the people living in the area and travelers on Highway 491..
A MESSAGE FROM OUR CHIEF
NEW TIPS FOR PREPARING FOR SUMMER FIRE SEASON COMING SOON
FIREMAN OF THE YEAR
BUFFALO HUNT RAFFLE
Pleasant View Fireman of the Year
ANGELA ROHWER, who has been promoted to Assistant Chief!!!
And thanks to Jimmy Johnson, our outgoing Assistant Chief, for over 20 years of service to our community.
The personal rewards and satisfaction received
from the fire and rescue service are often beyond
description. There is a sense of accomplishment
after controlling a building or vehicle fire, joy and
elation when a child is born, compassion for acci-
dent victims, and fulfillment reaching out to your
community. However, this business is not for
everyone In addition to desire to help other people, you also need courage, dedication, assertiveness, and a willing to face new challenges. Often our members are called on to perform in hot or frigid cold conditions, sweaty, dirty, strenuous work, sometimes in uncertain and hazardous environments.
We are always looking for new members who are willing to make these sacrifices and if you feel you may be one, we would like to discuss the possibilities with you. Please click on "BECOME A MEMBER" tab for more information and to see the benefits of belonging to our Department.
OUR MAIN FIRE HOUSE
15529 County Road CC
P. O. Box 291
Pleasant View, CO, 81331
Chief Jeff Yoder 970-739-6060
EMERGENCIES DIAL 911
PLEASE call the appropriate dispatch center to report a controlled burn and to find out if there are any burn restrictions.
Dolores County Dispatch 970-677-2257
Montezuma County Disp. 970-565-8441