Pamela Owens, Administrator
Rocky Mountain Fire Protection District
4390 Eldorado Springs Drive
Boulder, CO 80303
Ph: (303) 494-3735
Dino A. Ross, Attorney & Counselor at Law
Jeremy DeBacker, President Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ed Wiegand, Vice President, email@example.com
Suzanne DeVenny, Treasurer/Secretary, firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Femmer, Director, email@example.com
Alan Bloom, Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Board meetings are generally held the first Monday of each month at 4pm at Station 6, 4390 Eldorado Springs Drive, Boulder, Colorado. In 2019, September and December’s meetings are scheduled for the second Monday of the month. Notices are posted 72 hours before any regularly scheduled or special meeting. Changes in venue, cancellations, or other change notices are posted as soon as the District or the Legal Offices is informed of the need to change or cancel a meeting. To verify the date and time of a board meeting, please call 303-494-3735.
Elections for the Board of Directors are held on even years in May. Tax questions or other ballot measures may be placed on the May or November ballot. The terms of the members of the Board of Directors are subject to term limits, limiting them to two consecutive 4-year terms in office.
Notices of Election, Calls for Nomination, and any other Notices required for District Board business will be published in the Boulder Daily Camera.
Election Results for all District elections will be posted on the following website: www.rockyfire.org. November election results can also be found at the website for Boulder County Clerk and Recorder, as well as the Boulder Daily Camera.
Eligible electors may request to be placed on the permanent “Mail-in voter” status, which would provide that all elections run by this District (May elections of even numbered years) or run by the Clerk and Recorder (November elections in all years) of the County shall be mailed to them. The Boulder County Clerk and Recorder has officially recommended people take advantage of this process as it is both cheaper for the County and significantly more efficient. Rocky Mountain Fire follows Boulder County in encouraging all voters to vote by mail ballot as “Mail-in Status” electors.
The form to request being put on the permanent “Mail-in Status” is available at Secretary of State election website at www.elections.colorado.gov.
2017 mill levy generated $8,945,055
For a total ad volorem mill levy of 20.445
Rocky Mountain, with voter approval, is not subject to the revenue limitations contained in TABOR or "Bruce".
Updated by: Pamela Owens, Rocky Mountain Fire District on December 20, 2017.