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Posted on: September 10, 2019

Help us Protect Your Parks!

Firestone Officer

Update from the Firestone Police Department on Park & Open Space Vandalism

Over the past few weeks, the Firestone Police Department has been notified of vandalism, including graffiti, in Town owned parks and open spaces.  The Police Department is committed to keeping the community safe, this includes working with neighbors of these areas to discourage vandalism.  The Town of Firestone has recently made many investments and enhancements to our parks, and will continue to do so in the years to come, but we need the communities support to help us maintain them.

Patrol Officers and Community Services Officers will continue to conduct increased foot patrols, and in some locations monitor surveillance cameras.  This has already resulted in multiple citations for curfew violations and minors in possession, but we ask that the public continue to be eyes and ears in these public spaces.  Please remember all Firestone parks close one hour after sunset each evening and open again one hour prior to sunrise the following morning.  If you see something suspicious, including vandalism that has occurred, please contact the Firestone Police Department.  What is suspicious activity?  Suspicious activity is an occurrence that is out of place in your neighborhood.  Don’t assume someone else called, if you see something, say something.  

Contacting the non-emergency dispatch number (720-652-4222) is the best way to report anything suspicious. While we know many people utilize social media, the Town of Firestone cannot monitor those outlets 24-7, and are able to be much more responsive when reports are given through the proper channels.

Neighborhood Watch Programs, are an excellent way to allow citizens to help in the fight against crime and be an extra set of eyes and ears in the community. Most neighborhoods in Firestone have Neighborhood Watch Programs coordinated through their Homeowners Association (HOA), residents are encouraged to contact their HOA to learn more. If you are in an area that does not have an HOA or a program, please contact the Firestone Police Department for more information on how to coordinate one.


Town of Firestone Police Department

Main: 303-833-0811 | Non-Emergency Dispatch: 720-652-4222

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