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.

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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.

Stephanie Hackett
Emergency Management Coordinator
City of Brighton/Brighton Fire Rescue District

3401 E. Bromley Lane
Brighton, CO 80601

Phone (303) 655-2316

Emergency 911


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