Ellicott Fire Department
Proudly Serving Our Community For Over 50 Years
The Ellicott Fire Department is a combination department
We cover approx. 276 square miles located in the center of Elpaso County .
We provide fire and medical response .
23650 Hwy 94
Calhan Colo. 80808
All medical and quick response vehicles are at this station
75 N. Ellicott Hwy
This is our main station and business is conducted at this facility
Main pumpers and tankers are located at this station
Mid Jones Rd
Our 2500 gallon pumper is stationed here at this location
3525 Merdian Rd
Colorado Springs Colo 80929
One tender and one medical response ambulance is located at this location
Meetings are held every Tuesday at 7:30pm
at station #2.
75 N Ellicott Hwy .
(just north of the High school)
Board Meetings :
Held at station 2
the Wed following the second Tuesday of the month
Chief : Nellie Roop
Asst. Chief : Christy Malone
Fire Captain : Michael Henley
Medical Captain : Crystal Westcott
Maint.Captain : David A. Henley Sr.
Saftey Officer : Jeremy Bertsch
Training Officer : Pete Henley
Engineer : Charlie Salladay
Secretary : Ashley Cook
Fire Lt.: Jeremy Hancock
Lt. : Jordan Johnston
Lt. : Jacob Lafrenier
Lt. Mike Olonia
Behind the Scenes:
Ellicott Fire Deaprtment fought one of its largest fires, Wedensday October 27, 2010 at Riley's mobile home sales lot in Ellicott, more than a hundred mobile homes that were located on this lot estimated 40 to 50 structures was lost .
With 22 Different agencies and over 100 Firefighters and EMS personel, no one was hurt or injuried and with excellent efforts on all we came together and made a differance .This is what a unified fight is. Great Job by all !
We would like to express how important it is to fire wise your home and property .
First of all we have all seen it on the news , homes lost in growing wildfires, so lets make sure that there is proper distance cleaned out from around your house, make sure that your keep your grass and weeds mowed down to help with fire loads. Help us help you .
Remember never throw out cigarettes from your vehicle that is why manufacturers make ash trays. Make sure all outside type fires are secure, never leave BBQers unattended. Always ensure that all matches and lighters are put up and in a safe area from small children .
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