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Operations Division

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Andy Kovacs

Fire Chief

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The Operations Division is the largest division in the Monument Fire District. It is comprised of highly-trained and educated fire service professionals. Operations personnel work a 48-hours on / 96-hours off work schedule. The Operations Division is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the district and responds to emergency and non-emergency calls from five fire stations located in the district. Operations personnel are on duty and ready to answer the call 24 hours a day.  The Operations Division is also responsible for the Training and EMS Divisions.  The current makeup of the Operations Division is as follows: 

  • Fire Chief and Executive Battalion Chief

  • 4 Battalion Chiefs (3 Shift Battalions, 1 Training & EMS) 

  • 15 Lieutenants (5 Lieutenant Paramedics)

  • 15 Engineers (1 Engineer Paramedic)

  • 16 Firefighter/Paramedic

  •  2 Single-Function Paramedics

  • 14 Firefighters

Specialized Services

The Operations Division is an all-hazards response organization that is prepared and trained to mitigate emergency incidents such as:

  • Emergency Medical Services (Advance Life Support response and transport)

  • Motor Vehicle Accidents/Extrication 

  • Physical Entrapments

  • Fire Suppression  

  • Wildland Fire

  • Odor Investigations

  • Gas Leaks

  • Hazardous Materials

  • Technical Rescue

    • Water Rescue (Surface)

    • Trench

    • Collapse

    • Confined Space

    • Low Angle (Rope)

Micah Coyle

Executive Battalion Chief

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