Emergency Management in the Fire District is through a cooperative arrangement with the City of Brighton. The City and the Fire District share an Emergency Manager who works closely with all entities within the Fire District.
Sign Up for Emergency Alerts!
Brighton Fire along with the City of Brighton and Brighton Police are using CodeRED, a high-speed notification system, to keep you safe in the event of an emergency. The system allows us to deliver emergency messages to you via phone call to your home phone or mobile device and through text and email, based on your preferences.
Examples of emergencies when CodeRED would be used include severe weather, public health emergencies, criminal activity, evacuation notices, fires, floods and missing person cases. Please keep in mind you must sign up for these notifications and are not automatically entered into the system.
Signing up for CodeRED alerts is easy and free. No computer? No problem. For questions or assistance in signing up you can contact Officer Gail Ashley at 303-655-8744.
Adams County: Click here to sign up for CodeRed Alerts in Adams County
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You will be notified by your local emergency response team in the event of emergency situations or critical community alerts. Examples include: evacuation notices, bio-terrorism alerts, boil water notices and missing child reports.
A community prepared with viable, sustainable and coordinated capabilities to prevent, protect against, respond to, and recover from all hazards are a product of the fulfillment of the resident's expectations for safety and socioeconomic potential. A comprehensive emergency management program will lessen negative impacts to those expectations by encompassing all organizations, agencies, departments, and individuals that have a role in emergency management and homeland security functions and provides public education that includes crime prevention, emergency preparedness/awareness for both the public and private sectors.
Is to develop a comprehensive, all-hazards emergency management program consisting of preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery with intentions of producing a disaster resistive community." We accomplish this through leadership, strong partnerships, coordinator and collaboration.
Emergency Management Coordinator
City of Brighton/Brighton Fire Rescue District
3401 E. Bromley Lane
Brighton, CO 80601
Phone (303) 655-2316