July 23, 2016

Fire Department

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I want to welcome you to the official web site of the Sterling Fire Department.  Our site contains valuable safety information and information about our department.  I hope you will take the time to explore the different areas and links.

The Sterling Fire Department has the strength of twenty-two career firefighters ten part-time EMS, and fifteen volunteer firefighters, which serve a residential population of more than 23,000 citizens.  Our department provides fire services to a geographical area of over 600  square miles and EMS services for Logan County, a geographic area of approximately 1850 square miles.  Our service area includes residential, commercial, and rural areas.

Our department provides the following services:

Fire prevention, emergency medical care including- Advanced Life Support and Basic Life Support transport, fire suppression, dive team, technical rescue, hazardous materials mitigation, disaster response, and any specific education classes within our scope.

Sterling is a wonderful community to live and raise a family.  Our department, which has an ISO fire rating of class 4, maintains a strong partnership with the community we  serve.

To accomplish our mission, we need your support and understanding of our operations.  I hope that our revised web site contributes to building an even better and stronger partnership between us.

Please feel free to contact us at anytime, 970-522-3823, or e-mail me personally at kvogel@sterlingcolo.com.

Best wishes,

Fire Chief

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Sterling Firefighters– stand and live for –

Trust, Integrity, Loyalty, Respect, Safety, Courage, Compassion, and Innovation.

Our Mission and VisionCalling 9-1-1Service Area  – Home and Fire SafetyUsing Fire ExtinguishersSmoke and CO DetectorsPictures – Volunteer Firefighters Contact UsLinksFAQsOpen Burning –   EMSPreparedness