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Website and Technology Accessibility 

The Summit Fire & EMS Fire Protection District is committed to providing accessible services and technology, including website accessibility, to all of its users. To that end, Summit Fire & EMS strives to continually evaluate its website and technology and to improve their accessibility for all abilities.

The district’s accessibility efforts aim to adhere to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) version 2.1, conformance levels A and AA. These guidelines help make technology accessible to users with disabilities. There may be areas of the Summit Fire & EMS website and technology where the district could improve accessibility. The district welcomes feedback on how to improve the accessibility of its website and technology for users with disabilities, as well as requests for accommodations related to the district’s website or technology.


Compliance Officer and Reports

Summit Fire & EMS has designated Steve Lipsher as its Compliance Officer for website and technology disability-related accommodations. Users also may contact the Compliance Officer to provide feedback on the accessibility of the district’s website or technology. Summit Fire & EMS often can resolve accessibility issues in a timely manner if they arise.

If you encounter accessibility barriers on the Summit Fire & EMS website or technology, or would like to request an accommodation, please contact the Compliance Officer at:

                               (970) 262-5100, ext. 125
                              Summit Fire & EMS, P.O. Box 4910, Frisco, CO 80443

The district is committed to providing a timely response to reports of accessibility barriers and requests for accommodation, and seeks to respond to all reports and requests within two business days.


Third Party Documents, Websites, and Technology

Please note that the Summit Fire & EMS website or technology may link to third-party documents, websites, or technology that do not provide accessible content or an accessible user interface. While the district cannot control the accessibility of services and information provided by third parties, the district welcomes reports of accessibility barriers encountered with respect to any third-party documents, websites or technology that is linked by Summit Fire & EMS so that the district can evaluate any remedial actions it may reasonably be able to take.