News & Announcements


  • Fireworks

    For our residents that live within the boundaries of the Wescott Fire District:

    fireworksIn areas that lie within the town of Monument or the City of Colorado Springs, ALL FIREWORKS ARE ILLEGAL!

    For our residents living in the El Paso County and not within a municipality, fireworks are legal, but with restrictions. Please note that fireworks not purchased locally that fly, go airborne or explode are absolutely ILLEGAL. Sparklers, glow worms, small cones and fountains sold by local vendors are considered legal.Please use all fireworks responsibly with adult supervision for the kids. Please have a garden hose, a pail of water or a fire extinguisher available when using fireworks.

    Please contact us if you have any questions regarding fireworks.


  • Next Board Meeting, August 19

    calendar-iconNext board meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, August 19, 2014 at 7:00pm. All meetings are at Station #1, located at 15415 Gleneagle Drive, and are OPEN to the public.


  • Donald Wescott Fire Department EMT Jared Whitely presented with the Gold Honor for Saving Life

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    The Emergency Medical Services Association of Colorado (EMSAC) and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment presented Donald Wescott Fire Department EMT Jared Whitely and AMR paramedic Robert Good the Gold Honor for Saving Life at the Colorado EMS Conference on November 9th. Read More

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  • Fire Danger

    Information on fire restrictions and bans can change quickly.  It is important to read current wildfire danger and burning restrictions.

    Fire Restrictions

  • Burn Permits

    Would you like to have an open fire?  Please follow the link below to view Wescott Burn Regulations for obtaining a burn permit.

    Learn More

  • Reverse 911

    A public safety communications system used by public safety organizations to notify residents of emergency situations.

    Registration

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