The Third Annual Fire Training Symposium scheduled for the weekend of August 1 - 3, 2014 has been rescheduled for the weekend of October 3-5, 2014. Course offerings and costs are presented on the Symposium page of this website along with registration information. Mr. Randy Stagner has been appointed to our Board of Directors to fulfill the roll of Training Coordinator and can be reached at: randall_S.firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at: (719) 322-6835 for more information or to assist with the planning of this year's Symposium. As more detailed information becomes available we will post it on this website and on our Facebook Page.
The Pikes Peak Training Consortium is composed of Training Officers, area Chiefs, and Firefighters interested in the training agenda of the PPFFA. The Training Consortium meets on the third (3rd) Wednesday of every month at 1800 Hrs. at the Colorado Springs Fire Department Headquarters Building on Printers Parkway in Colorado Springs. Anyone interested in Fire Training and the PPFFA Training Agenda is welcome to become a part of the Consortium.
Pikes Peak Firefighter's Association
PO Box 64142
Colorado Springs, Co 80962
Fax (719) 598-2699
Welcome to the Pikes Peak Firefighter's Association web site. The purpose of this web site is to provide general information about the Fire Association and to provide an easy format to join or renew memberships and to make contributions as well as to publish information about special events, training opportunities, and a variety of information items related to the Fire and EMS industry. You can also find us on, Facebook/Pikes Peak Firefighters Association, become a fan and get connected with current events.
PPFFA's purpose is to enhance the personal career (whether employed or volunteer) of those individuals affiliated with emergency response agencies in the Pikes Peak Region, to provide an avenue of information in all areas of the emergency services industry, and to enhance the services provided by emergency services personnel to area citizens.
The organization includes approximately 27 Fire and EMS departments as well as various commercial businesses, agencies, and individual members associated with the fire and rescue community from Colorado's Pikes Peak region.