LFR purchases new and improved gear

May 2017

At the end of February, Littleton Fire Rescue took a big step to improve the health of its firefighters by purchasing new protective hoods for every firefighter. In the past, Littleton firefighters used traditional knit [read more…]

LPD reminds cyclists to ride safely

Mar 2017

As the warm weather starts creeping in and people begin to pull out their bicycles, it’s important to keep safety in mind. Bicyclists accounted for 2% of all traffic deaths and 2% of all crash-related [read more…]

Front Range sees increase in rat activity

Mar 2017

Over the past several months, the City of Littleton has received calls from citizens who have noticed rats around the community. Littleton Code Enforcement typically manages inquiries regarding rats. If a property has a persistent [read more…]

Prepare for flood season

Mar 2017

With a snowy December and January, followed by a warm and dry February, it is too early to tell what the 2017 flood season might hold. In Littleton, flood season is from about mid-April to [read more…]

LPD seeking tips on unsolved homicide

Mar 2017

On March 18, 2016, Littleton Police Department (LPD) officers responded to 8122 Southpark Lane on a homicide. Jamie Villarreal was found dead of a gunshot wound at that location. Although LPD detectives continue to actively [read more…]

Scam targeting Xcel customers

Jan 2017

Littleton Police are warning residents about a scam going around Colorado, that has made its way into Littleton. Customers are being victimized by callers claiming to be from Xcel Energy who threaten to turn off [read more…]

LFR training division update

Nov 2016

This fall, Littleton Fire Rescue (LFR) Firefighters participated in 3,607 hours of training. October also marked the beginning of the second Firefighter Academy of 2016. Six recruits began the 14-week process to become Littleton Firefighters spending [read more…]

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