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:

FIRE BAN (see below)

as of 20 August 2020

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



Save the Date: June 12, 2021

Stay tuned for more details, but save the date (June 12) for the First Annual Log Hill Fire Volksmarch Fundraiser. It will start and end at Station 2 in Loghill Village and the Volksmarch will follow trails in the Loghill Village Parks and Rec District. 10 K and 6 K walks are available.




Thank You to All of Our Supporters

What an amazing response!

The Log Hill Fire firefighters and district board members asked for the community’s help in reaching a goal to raise $18,000 to complete an ongoing capital campaign to replace vital safety equipment and protect our firefighters. In less than 10 days, the Ouray County community stepped forward and donated over $14,500 and the donations continue to funnel in! These generous donations along with our $10,000 matching donation from an anonymous donor allowed us to reach our goal in a record time.

With this amazing response, we will be able to replace the expiring breathing cylinders to ensure our firefighters remain safe and protected as they respond to emergencies in our district or in response to calls from surrounding agencies. We will use any donations received beyond our original goal to continue to provide needed safety equipment to protect all of our firefighters.

Thank you once again for your amazing support! It is an honor to live and work in such a wonderful community.



Log Hill Mesa Renews Firewise Community Status
for 2019.

Log Hill Mesa has renewed its Firewise Community USA status for 2019.  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.