Unprotected Rating Questionnaire Answers

Does the property fall within the Crystal Lakes Fire District:  Crystal Lakes map 

Crystal Lakes-map.pdf
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Name of Responding Fire Department:  Crystal Lakes Volunteer Fire Department
Phone Number:  970-881-3521
Protection Class: 9
 
Paid or Volunteer:  Volunteer
Response Time: add ten minutes to the driving time between the property address and fire station (at 237 Blackfoot Rd) per any navigation app
Are roads paved and accessible year-round:  Roads are not paved but are plowed all year.
Any physical barriers:  Only if the property itself has a locked gate or other barrier.
Number of pumpers and pumping capacity: 1 engine/pumper, carries 500 gallons, pumps 1000 gpm
Number of tankers and capacity: 1 water tender, carries 2000 gallons, pumps 750 gpm
 
Is there a public hydrant within 1000 from the home:  The only hydrant in the district is at 300 Tami Road (so you can check distance from the property address). It's gravity fed and attached to a cistern holding 10,000 gallons.
If not, describe the water source: Drafting from local lakes and streams with tender delivery of water to site.
Distance from dwelling: Lakes are shown on the fire district map (linked above).
Amount of water available: Effectively unlimited
Accessible by the Fire Department year-round: Yes
Dry Hydrant installed: There are dry hydrants installed at Beaver Lake (on Tuscarora Way), Catawba Pond (on Mobile Way), Lower Lone Pine Lake (at the end of Beartrap Rd), and Little Lone Pine Lake (at the end of Ada Ct).
 
Any full-time or live-in employees: Crystal Station is not manned
Is dwelling occupied daily:  We do not have this information about properties in our district.
Central Station Fire and Burglar alarm system installed and monitored: We do not have this information about properties in our district. We do not monitor fire or burglar alarms.
 
Please feel free to contact us for further information at:  clvfd@clvfd.org
 
 

IN AN EMERGENCY

CALL 9-1-1 FOR ASSISTANCE

Warning Sirens

For the safety of the community, Crystal Lakes Associations has evacuations sirens posted throughout the Association. The evacuation siren in case of failure of the dam is located near the Wapiti Mailsheds to cover the floodplain area and sounds like this whoop sound:

whoop.mp3
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Property owners in the floodplain should evacuate immediately if they hear this siren; all other property owners should remain on their lots, to keep the roads clear for those evacuating the floodplain. Sirens in ALL parts of the association will sound the fire evacuation siren if a wildfire threatens the community -- it sounds like this alert sound:

Alert.mp3
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ALL property owners should evacuate IMMEDIATELY if they hear this siren. Emergency personnel will be on hand to help direct evacuating property owners out of the area.

Where to Find Us:

Crystal Lakes Fire Protection District (CLFPD)

237 Blackfoot Road

Red Feather Lakes, CO 80545

970-881-3521 (Phone)

970-881-2085 (Fax)

clvfd@clvfd.org

 

Crystal Lakes Volunteer Fire Department (CLVPD)

237 Blackfoot Road

Red Feather Lakes, CO 80545

970-881-3521 (Phone)

970-881-2085 (Fax)

clvfd@clvfd.org

 

Click here for a map.

How to Contact Us

For more information, feel free to contact us by telephone, email, or by using our contact form. We look forward to hearing from you!

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