• Full-Time Career Position Opening at FLMFPD Fort Lewis Mesa Fire Protection District has an immediate opening for a full-time Fire Officer/Maintenance Officer.  Please see our Career Opportunities page under the Join Us tab for more information.
    Posted Oct 26, 2016, 1:31 PM by Robin Walsh
  • Open Burning In La Plata County, burn permits are required for any open burning that is not agricultural or recreational. Fort Lewis Mesa Fire normally issues burn permits Monday -Thursday from 12:30-4:30 by calling 970-238-0115. Alternatively, FLMFPD has an on-line application for a permit that can be filled out at any time for processing during the work week.  Once you have been issued a permit and are intending to burn, you must call in to 911 Dispatch (970-385-2900) to notify them that you are burning. Recreational Fires: A camp fire that is smaller than 3’x3’ and is contained is considered a recreational fire. Agricultural Fires: To be considered agricultural, the burning must be ...
    Posted May 16, 2016, 11:11 AM by Robin Walsh
  • FLMFPD Mourns Loss of Pam Ramsey On May 9, 2016, Pam Ramsey, long time member of the fire department family, passed away at her home. Pam was an early member of the department, one of the local “dispatchers”, a member of the “Day Shift”, and involved in the Auxiliary. Married to long-time volunteer firefighter/EMT Doug, Pam held down the fort at home while also supporting the department in many different ways. We extend our sympathy to her family which includes her husband Doug, daughter Cassie, and son Travis, all of who are  members of the Fort Lewis Mesa fire department family. Durango Herald obituary here.    The Day Shift - Pam is third from left.
    Posted May 16, 2016, 6:31 AM by Robin Walsh
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