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.
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.