Brita Horn

Brita in the Press

Home On The Range: From Chasing Subways to Chasing Cattle – Rocky Mountain Tribune

For Brita, growing up near Chicago, then Upstate New York, and Washington DC, and ending up in the sleepy little community of McCoy, CO has been quite the experience.

New VCOS Board Members Sworn In at Fire-Rescue International – International Fire Chiefs Association

Congratulations to Chief Brita Horn, Assistant Chief Paul Sterling, Jr., Chief Al Yancey, Jr., and Chief Kevin Hardwick.

Brita Horn, Fire Chief Rock Creek Volunteer Fire Department, Has Been Appointed to Colorado’s Fire Programs Commission – Authority Press Wire

Brita Horn currently also serves Coloradans as the Treasurer for the Colorado State Fire Chiefs (CSFC) and the Eagle County Fire Chiefs Association. Also, as the Volunteer Section Chief for CSFC and was elected to the Club 20 Board of Directors.

First Female Elected as Vice President to the Colorado State Fire Chiefs – ABNewswire

Brita Horn, Never Give Up Consulting Chief Problem Solver and the Fire Chief of Rock Creek Volunteer Fire Department, has been elected Vice President of Colorado State Fire Chiefs (CSFC). She is the first female Fire Chief in the history of the organization (since 1968) to be elected to this position.

Colorado State Fire Chiefs increases volunteer representation with new appointment – Grand Gazette

The Colorado State Fire Chiefs have appointed Brita Horn of McCoy, Colorado as Treasurer. Having served as Routt County’s Treasurer and Public Trustee since 2012, and Rock Creek Volunteer Fire Department’s Chief for the last eleven years, many felt her appointment to be particularly effective in advancing the mission of the Colorado State Fire Chiefs and increasing representation of the state’s volunteer fire agencies.

The Small Town That Took on Big Coal—and Won – The New Republic

“We don’t do IOUs,” says Routt County Brita Horn, Colorado’s Republican treasurer.

Colorado Volunteer Fire Departments Struggling For Recruits – Colorado Public Radio

In many parts of Colorado when you dial 9-1-1 to report a fire, the firefighters who arrive to extinguish it are volunteers.

Ex-state treasurer hopeful Brita Horn takes job with Trump campaign in New Mexico – Colorado Politics

Former Routt County Treasurer Brita Horn starts work Saturday supporting President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign in New Mexico, Colorado Politics has learned.

Retired Eagle fire truck gets new lease on saving lives – Vail Daily

Eagle’s 1978 retired Ford fire truck is off to save more lives – in McCoy, Bond and Burns.Last week the Greater Eagle Fire Protection District donated the truck along with other fire accessories to the Rock Creek Volunteer Fire Department.