WarningFloodSpring Flood Watch and WarningsWarningFlood


Warmer weather and spring storms can cause flooding of nearby waterways; significant rainfall during a storm can cause flash floods. Please be aware of the dangers associated with flooding.

  • Make a family emergency communication plan and include pets.
  • Have emergency supplies in place at home, at work, and in the car.
  • Check on your neighbors to make sure they’re okay.
  • Know what to do before, during, and after a flood.
  • Flood insurance takes 30 days to take effect, so purchase now to protect your family!
  • Listen to local officials by radio, TV or social media.
  • Evacuate when advised by authorities or if you are in a flood or flash flood prone area.
  • If you are on high ground above flooded areas, being prepared to stay where you are may be the best protection.
  • Never drive or walk through flooded streets; Turn Around, Don’t Drown! Do not go through flood waters.

For current local flood, notification visit the National Weather Service at http://www.weather.gov/riw/


Spring is Here!

With the warmer weather upon us, it is a good time to remind everyone of outdoor and wildland fire dangers. It is also a great time to add some home fire safety items to your spring cleaning list.

Please take the time to click on the links below and view the safety tips or better yet; print them out and share with others.

Grilling Safety Tips Sheet
Smoking Safety Tip Sheet
Wildfire Safety Tip Sheet
Dryer Safety Tips

Tips that your furnace may be needing some professional attention

•           Streaks of soot around the furnace

•           No upward draft in your chimney

•           Excessive moisture on the windows, walls, and other cold surfaces

•           Excessive rusting on flue pipes, pipe connections, or appliance jacks

•           Water leaking from the base of the chimney, vent, or flue pipe

•           Rust on the vent pipe visible from outside

Smoke Alarm Safety Tips
Home Escape Plan

On The Move

March 13, 2017

Promotions are something special. It's difficult to become a firefighter, and even more difficult to be selected among your peers to fill leadership roles in the department. These firefighters exemplify the values of the Casper Fire-EMS Department - we're proud to have them, and they are proud to serve Casper.

Congrats to all!

From Engineer to Captain: Chad Denton

From Firefighter to Engineer: Jeremy Bledsoe

From Probationary Firefighter to Firefighter: Troy Heib and Matt Thomas


September 11, 2016

Several Natrona County Fire Departments, spouses, children, and members of the public collectively climbed over 8875 stories in honor of the victims of 911. That would mean as a group of 71 participants they climbed both 110 story World Trade Center Buildings 40 times.


  Never Forget









Engineer Jim Barton Retirement

On Thursday, June 24, 2016, we gathered at Fire Station 3 to celebrate Engineer Barton's 27 years of service with the Casper Fire-EMS Department.

We wish you the best in your future endeavors, Jim!

For more photos please visit our Facebook Page: Casper Fire-EMS Department

Captain Brian Spaulding Retirement

On Friday, April 22, 2016, we gathered at Fire Station 3 to celebrate Captain Spaulding’s 26 years of service with the Casper Fire-EMS Department.

We wish you the best in your future endeavors Captain Spaulding!


For more photos please visit our Facebook Page: Casper Fire-EMS Department

Newest Members


February 29, 2016

The City of Casper Fire-EMS Department welcomed two new members, Troy Hieb and Mathew Thomas. Troy and Mathew will be working at Fire Station 3 with Captain Hill, Engineer Mason, and Firefighter Ludwig.

As Firefighter Trainees, they will be on A Platoon with Captain Hill, as members of a five-person Engine Company.  Their training and FTO will last for sixteen weeks, with one of them starting work on B Platoon, July 6, 2016.


Troy Hieb

Troy was born in Newcastle, WY, where he graduated from high school. Troy attended Eastern Wyoming College, Casper College, and Chadron State College. Troy has Associates Degrees in Fire Science, Engineering Science, and Business Administration, as well as a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration.

Troy has been a member of the Newcastle Volunteer Fire Department for several years starting as a cadet in their department.  Troy worked for the United States Forest Service for 6 years as a Wildland Firefighter.

Troy is interested in everything outdoors, swimming, camping, hiking, biking, riding dirt bikes, horses, scuba diving, fishing, boating, hunting, running, meeting people, seeing new places and helping people.

Mathew Thomas

Mathew was born in Casper and graduated from Kelly Walsh High School. Mathew attended Casper College and has an Associate’s Degree in Fire Science.

Mathew is a former member of the Evansville Volunteer Fire Department. Mathew worked for the United States Forest Service for 5 years as a Wildland firefighter, including two years as a sawyer on the Gila Hotshot Crew.

Mathew is married; he and his wife Brandy have three children, one son, and two daughters and are foster parents to another son.

Swearing in:

On March 1, 2016, they were sworn in by City Manager V.H. McDonald.

** Photos attached (Photos were submitted by Firefighter Patrick Stafford) **

For more photos please visit our Facebook Page: CFD FaceBook.

Dave Harley

Retirement Celebration

On FridayJanuary 22, 2016 we gathered at Fire Station 3 to celebrate the 24-year career of William “Dave” Harley. We wish him and his family the best!

Dave has accepted a position with the State Fire Marshall’s Office working out of the Worland office.


 To view more pictures: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.992592150826366.1073741890.108405349245055&type=3

Fireman's Ball

January 16, 2016

3rd Annual Kilts and Collars Fireman's Ball was held Saturday, January 16, 2016. This was a fundraiser for the Casper Professional Firefighters Pipes and Drums as well as an award ceremony for the Casper Fire-EMS to announce Firefighter of the year Michael Baragar, and for Local 904 to announce the winner of the Brotherhood Award Shawn Elm. Congratulations to both of you!!!!

This annual event is an evening of fun for adult couples and is open to the public. This is a semi-formal event with fine dining and live entertainment as well as several raffles and silent auctions. We hope everyone plans on attending next year!

Casper Professional Firefighters Pipes and Drums: website -  www.904pipes.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Casper-Professional-Firefighters-Pipes-and-Drums-320818717949248/?fref=ts

Brotherhood Award – Shawn and Debbie Elm
Firefighter of The Year – Chief King handing award to Michael Baragar

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For information about Natrona County please visit The Natrona Regional Geospatial Cooperative website.

There is a tab for Natrona County Public Safety that will include CFD call information.
(click on the image below to launch site)