Fort Collins Interagency Dispatch Center (FTC) is one of nine
Interagency Dispatch Centers in the Rocky Mountain Area. The
purpose of the FTC is to manage wildland fires and the mobilization
of wildland firefighting resources in the Northern Front Range
and Northeast Colorado. The Northern Colorado Front Range
Wildfire Cooperators (NFRWC) Board of Directors is made up
of representatives from the Arapaho and Roosevelt National
Forests, Rocky Mountain National Park, the US Fish and Wildlife
Service, the Colorado State Forest Service, Boulder County,
Clear Creek County, Gilpin County, Grand County, Larimer County,
the City of Boulder Fire Department, and Poudre Fire Authority.
The NFRWC advises the FTC Interagency Dispatch Center on matters
of wildland fire management and cooperation. Numerous Volunteer
Fire Departments and Fire Protection Districts in the Northern
Front Range and Northeast Colorado participate in local, regional,
and national interagency wildland fire management through
the Fort Collins Interagency Dispatch Center.
you navigate this website, it will become obvious that it
is technical in design and is primarily for use by local and
geographic area wildland fire managers and firefighters.For
the general public, this website may not meet your needs.
If this is the case, please check out the National
Fire News website, provided by the National
Interagency Fire Center, and the InciWeb
website, provided as a guide to large fire incidents throughout
the United States.