Log Hill Volunteer Fire Department





Welcome to the home of the Log Hill Volunteer Fire Department

Log Hill Mesa, Ouray County, Colorado




Current Fire Restrictions:

There are currently no county-wide fire restrictions in Ouray County.

(Check with your Home Owner's Association to verify burning restrictions in your subdivision. Please call the Montrose Regional Dispatch Center at 252-4020 and inform the Dispatch Center of any controlled burns or fires you plan to have on your property.)



Log Hill Fire is honored to have been chosen by Flower Subaru to be it's local Non-profit for the 2018 Subaru Share the Love Event. From November 15, 2017 to January 2, 2019, Subaru will donate $250 for each new Subaru sold or leased to the purchaser's choice of Log Hill Fire or one of four national non-profits. Additionally, Flower Subaru will donate $50 for each new Subaru Sold or leased directly to Log Hill Fire. Please spread the word to all of your friends and family who may be in the market for a new car of this great opportunity to support some great organizations.

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A big thank you goes out to the Ouray County Community Fund who just announced a $2,000 grant to Log Hill Fire. We will use these funds to increase the wildland fire equipment on our wildland brush trucks and improve our ability to attack brush fires in our district and within neighboring districts when asked to assist. Thanks also goes out to The Citizens State Bank and the Western Colorado Community Foundation for supporting the Ouray County Community Fund through their donations and support of this local effort.


2018 Chief's Award

At the recent Firefighter Appreciation Dinner, Scott Taylor received the Chief's Award as the Firefighter of the Year for 2018. Scott has been a firefighter since 2015, assigned to Station 1. He is a Nationally certified wildland Firefighter 2. He has completed the Basic Wildland Firefighter Course. Scott Red Cards every year. He has an in-depth knowledge of the fire district and wildland fire skills far exceeding his experience with the department. Scott has a calm demeanor that is truly an asset on any stressful fire scene.


Log Hill Mesa Renews Firewise Community Status
for 2018.

Log Hill Mesa has renewed its Firewise Community USA status for 2018.  This status recognizes the work of residents in the Log Hill Mesa Fire Protection District.  Residents have put in over $38,000 worth of in kind effort through educational activities, mitigation work and preparation for the upcoming Community Chipping Program sponsored by the West Region Wildfire Council.


For more information on becoming a volunteer firefighter please see our Recruiting Brochure.