Laramie County Fire District 2 was founded in 1950 and transformed from a small volunteer department to the professional group of over 90 dedicated firefighters it is today.


The Department takes pride in its ability to serve the needs of the community. Each day, our citizens call upon our firefighters to respond to a variety of emergencies including medical emergencies, structure fires, technical rescues, hazardous material incidents, and vehicle accidents.


Fire prevention and education also play a major role in our service to the communities north of Cheyenne.  Contact us to order a reflective street sign, install a car seat, receive information about your insurance fire protection rating, receive a home inspection and smoke detector installation, or organize a fire station tour for your youth group.  

Child Seat Installation
Child Seat Installation

Open Burning
Open Burning

Reflective Street Signs
Reflective Street Signs

Child Seat Installation
Child Seat Installation

Protect the ones you love. 

According to the National Fire Protection Association….


In 2014, there were 1,298,000 fires reported in the United States. These fires caused 3,275 civilian deaths, 15,775 civilian injuries, and $11.6 billion in property damage.


494,000 were structure fires, causing 2,860 civilian deaths, 13,425 civilian injuries, and $9.8 billion in property damage.


Don't become a statistic. 



Close the Door

Most people don’t realize the benefits to closing doors when faced with a fire. We want to spread this message so everyone knows that a closed door is one of the best firefighting tools around. 

Child Safety Seats

Did you know 86-94% of Wyoming car seats are misused or installed incorrectly? Laramie County Fire District #2 currently has 2 members certified by the Wyoming Safe Kids program.

Reflective Street Signs

Do you have a reflective address sign to assist emergency vehicles in finding your house? In an emergency, locating the caller's address as soon as possible is the first step in saving lives and property.

Smoke & CO Detectors

Smoke and Carbon Dioxide (CO) Detectors can act as a warning to get out of a building but they are only effective when working properly. Every home and business should be equipped with alarms that are installed correctly and tested regularly. 

Controlled & Open Burning Regulations

The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality has an Open Burning Program that falls under state regulations Chapter 10, Section 2. It pertains to most small-scale burns. Large-scale vegetative burning, on the other hand, is regulated under the Smoke Management Program.

Firewise Communities

A wildland–urban interface refers to the zone of transition between unoccupied land and human development. These lands and communities adjacent to and surrounded by wild and grasslands are at risk of wildfires. Find out how to protect your property.

Knox Box

Knox Rapid Access System provides non-destructive emergency access to commercial and residential properties.  Order your Knox Box online at

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