South Metro Fire Rescue
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South Metro Fire Rescue serves approximately 76 square miles in Arapahoe and Douglas Counties. Our service area includes most of the Denver Tech Center and Inverness, Centennial Airport and the Park Meadows Mall. We provide fire and emergency medical services to the cities of Cherry Hills Village , Greenwood Village and Lone Tree , as well as portions of the city of Centennial. Communities we serve in Douglas County include Castle Pines Village, Castle Pines North, Surrey Ridge, Beverly Hills, McArthur Ranch, Daniels Gate, Happy Canyon and Louviers.
Our Division of Life Safety provides plan review and code enforcement for new and existing commercial buildings. Our public educators also offer fire and life safety education classes for schools and businesses, including fire warden and fire extinguisher training.
South Metro Fire Rescue consists of more than 230 men and women dedicated to providing quality emergency services to the people who live, work and travel through our service area.
At South Metro Fire Rescue...our people are our greatest asset. Responding to the many needs of the employees of the South Metro Fire Rescue District is a key responsibility for the Human Resources Division. The Division coordinates the District's formal employee recruitment programs, the annual compensation plan update and employee benefit programs. The Division also oversees the firefighter cadet recruitment, testing and selection process.
We believe in&Responsible Service through Excellence.
We are a caring family. We recognize that one of the strengths of our organization lies in our diverse backgrounds, personalities and abilities. We value and demonstrate caring by modeling compassion and empathy. Our culture of mentoring and compassion enhances personal and professional growth. We go above and beyond the standard to provide the best care possible to all people - inside and outside the organization.
We are a government agency that the public trusts and respects. As a leading fire services organization we are in a position to help and to do what's right. We all make a difference by giving back to the community when acting as role models, both as individuals or as teams. We are reinforced by positive public appreciation, fair monetary compensation, good working conditions and the resources necessary to do our jobs safely. We use all of our contacts with the public as an opportunity to promote life safety. Our culture embraces our active involvement in meeting many community needs.
We, as Fire Service professionals, are committed to a team culture without which we are at risk. The culture recognizes each individual's strengths and their role as we work together toward the successful accomplishment of our goals each and every day, not accepting anything less than excellence. Teamwork demands commitment, trust, honesty, and open communications to ensure the safety of our community and ourselves. "The whole is better than the individual effort." WE MAKE IT HAPPEN .
We hire quality people with humanitarian values. The foundation of our trust is based on everyone's personal integrity and is fostered by a high level of training and preparedness. Trust in each other enriches our work environment and self-fulfillment. Reputations are based on present performance. We have good communications skills that allow us to solve differences. We hold confidences in sacred trust. We take care of each other on and off the job and through retirement. The brotherhood and sisterhood within this department are apparent to all (inside and out) by the way we stand together.