Firestone Police Chief Retires
The Town of Firestone is announcing the retirement of Chief David Montgomery. We want to thank him for his more than two decades of service to the community.
Chief Montgomery served the Firestone community from 1999 to 2021. In the early years of his appointment, the Chief served the community with only two other officers. Under his authority, the department grew and now consists of 28 sworn officers and 4 civilian employees. We are grateful for the role Chief Montgomery played in getting ballot initiative 2A passed in 2017. In 2019, Chief Montgomery and the Firestone Police Department opened the doors to a new Police Department and Municipal Court facility that will continue to serve the community for years to come.
The Town of Firestone owes Chief Montgomery a debt of gratitude for his many years of service. As he retires, we hope he looks back on a successful career, knowing that his efforts will forever be appreciated. Indeed, Chief Montgomery was instrumental in helping build a great Firestone community. We wish him well in this next chapter.
Public safety will remain a top priority to the Town of Firestone. All of the staff within the Firestone Police Department will continue to provide essential services to the community.