Fire & EMS


Fountain FD Patch 2023

We will be there for you if you need us! The City of Fountain Fire Department covers a city of 25 square miles with a population of 33,000 citizens. The department also covers 19 miles of Interstate 25 from mile post 135 south to the Pueblo County line, mile post 116. The department has 52 career Fire Fighters and 21 Volunteer Fire Fighters and support staff, which work out of three fire stations. The Fire Department provides; Fire Suppression, Fire Prevention and Education, Basic and Advanced Medical Life Support, Ambulance transport, Hazardous Materials Unit, Heavy Rescue Unit, Technical Rescue Team and Wild land Fire Team.


Mission Statement:

To minimize loss of life, suffering and damage due to fire, medical, and environmental emergencies within the community of Fountain through public education, code management, and incident response.


The City of Fountain Fire Department is committed to protecting citizens, visitors, animals, property, and the environment within our community.  We will be responsive to the needs of our citizens and visitors by providing rapid, professional, and humanitarian services essential to the health, safety, and well-being of the community.  We will accomplish our mission through prevention, fire suppression, advanced medical services, hazard mitigation, and other related emergency and non-emergency activities.  We will actively participate in our community, serve as role models and strive to effectively utilize all of the necessary resources available to provide a service deemed excellent by our citizens. 

Average Response Time 4.59 minutes

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Fire Chief Devin Graham

Chief Devin Graham

Fountain's new Fire Chief, Devin Graham, was introduced and sworn in during the October 11, 2022, City Council meeting.

Graham hails from Roswell, New Mexico, where he worked for many years until retiring from the fire service there in 2020. He had been the Fire Chief there for nearly six years.