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Central County Fire & Rescue, a leading emergency response organization, serves more than 90,000 people who live and work in St. Peters and St. Charles County, Missouri.  Along with local residents, the team of full-time firefighter/EMT's work together to keep the community safe.

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Recent Incidents

02/03/2014 05:14:05 Spencer RD Spencer RD
02/03/2014 04:22:25 Executive Centre PKWY Executive C
02/02/2014 23:13:32 S River RD S River RD
02/02/2014 21:29:59 Veterans Memorial PKWY Veterans Me
02/02/2014 20:29:02 Diekamp Farm TRL Diekamp Far
02/02/2014 20:21:40 Benton DR Benton DR
02/02/2014 18:07:00 Settlers CIR Settlers CI
02/02/2014 16:43:37 Orchard Hills DR Orchard Hil
02/02/2014 14:55:38 Jungermann RD Jungermann
02/02/2014 14:50:54 - 2923 Saint Babette LN - 2923 Sain

Upcoming Events

MAY
13

Tuesday, May 13, 2014 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Board of Directors Meeting

MAY
27

Tuesday, May 27, 2014 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Board of Directors Meeting

JUN
10

Tuesday, June 10, 2014 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Board of Directors Meeting

JUN
24

Tuesday, June 24, 2014 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Board of Directors Meeting

JUL
08

Tuesday, July 8, 2014 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Board of Directors Meeting

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Firefighter Spotlight

James Hill


1. Why did you become a firefighter?

The job of a professional firefighter is very dynamic. I enjoy the schedule as well as the daily duties that range from EMS to fire suppression. The camaraderie that you have with your fellow firefighters is truly unique to the fire service and one that I truly enjoy.

2. How long have you been with the District?

I have been with CCFR since 2013.

3. What is your favorite part of the job?

My favorite part of the job is getting face to face with the public. Making a difference in people's lives; hopefully for the better.

4. What do you like to do outside of work?

Being a Dad is one of my favorite things outside of work.

 

 

5. What would people be surprised to know about you?

Snakes frighten me.

6. Describe a typical day at the firehouse:

A typical day in the firehouse begins with our 7 a.m. shift change. We check our gear and the truck to make sure our equipment is in working order. Afterwards, we typically finish house chores (if needed). We often have some training to do which normally takes us into the afternoon hours. Our daily timeline is subject to change and it often depends on the emergency calls that come in.

7. What are two things about you job that people would surprise non-firefighters?

We work 48 hour shifts. How much our gear, tank and helmet actually weighs is usually surprising to people.