Cunningham Fire Protection District
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About the District

Population and Service Area

  • Our service area covers over 14 square miles in unincorporated Arapahoe County and portions of the City of Centennial.
  • We provide emergency services to over 22,000 households and approximately 70,000 citizens.
  • We provide service to a mix of commercial, industrial, and residential areas.
  • Cunningham Fire Protection District has been serving the community since 1950.

Emergency Response & Staffing

  • The firefighter/EMTs and firefighter/paramedics are trained and prepared for all types of emergencies.
  • Each engine is capable of providing basic life support services and our ambulance transport units provide advanced life support services.

Personnel

  • 67 uniformed employees
  • 6 civilian employees

Facilities

  • 3 Staffed Stations
  • 1 Quartermaster Facility
  • 1 Administration Building

Apparatus

  • 2 Engines
  • 1 Engine with 70 foot platform
  • 1 Brush Truck
  • 2 Medic Units
  • 1 Command Vehicle

Facts & Figures

  • Cost of an engine $450,000
  • Cost of a medic unit $170,000
  • Cost to equip an engine $55,000
  • Cost for a set of bunker gear $2,500

Dispatched Incidents in 2013

  • Emergency Medical Incidents 3,170 (67%)
  • Fire 102 (2%)
  • Alarms 608 (13%)
  • Public Assistance/Other 830 (18%)
  • TOTAL 4,710

Governance

The District is governed by an elected Board of Directors that meets monthly at the Administration Building.   Board members include: William Packard, Richard Wells II, Nancy Cronk, C.J. Whelan III and Paul Hanley
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