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Services DescriptionLivermore Fire Protection District (LFPD) is the responding agency for 911 emergency calls including: wildland fire, structure fire, vehicle accidents, medical emergencies, smoke reports within our district. We also respond to surrounding districts with mutual aid agreements.  LFPD serves one of the largest fire protection districts--covering 322 square miles.
Enabling Act/StatuteIn 1997, by general election, Livermore Fire Protection District was formed as a Special Fire District, funded by landowner property taxes in unincorporated Larimer County and tax-deductible donations from the community.
StaffThere are no paid LFPD staff members; the entire membership is strictly volunteer.
Governing Board 
General InformationThe LFPD Board of Directors consists of seven members who each are nominated to a three-year term.  
Board Contact
Compensation reports for all board membersNo LFPD members receive payment.  All are strictly volunteer.
CommitteesLFPD does not use formal committees.
Meeting NoticesMeeting notices are posted on the Board Meetings page.
AgendasMeeting agendas are posted on the Board Meetings page.
Public Records 
FOIA (Freedom of Information Act)
Guidelines for submitting records request
Current FY BudgetThe current FY budget is posted on the Board Meetings page.
Past 3 FY BudgetPrevious years budgets are submitted to the State of Colorado and can be found at
Most Recent AuditPosted audit information can be found at
Past 3 Years AuditsPosted audit information can be found at
Tax RatesLFPD does not participate in setting taxes.
Fees & RevenueLFPD does not charge fees or produce revenue. 
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