Central County Fire & Rescue - Working together, keeping you safe.

Central County Fire & Rescue will be selling 3 surplus vehicles listed below. All vehicles have standard equipment, and all are sold as is. Before the sale is complete all district equipment will be removed. All vehicles will be a silent sealed bid with no reserve. All vehicles are considered good condition. Viewing of the […]

A foot of water traveling 2 mph is all it takes to sweep away a large SUV, pickup truck or car. Flash flooding is common in many areas of our community, so it is important to remember to avoid water-covered roads, and to never drive around a “road closed” barrier. Within CCFR’s boundaries, there are […]

Home fires can happen at any time, but they generally increase during the fall and winter, with December and January being the peak months. That’s no surprise, with many of us decking our halls with Christmas trees, twinkle lights and holiday candles — decorations that can bring great joy to family and friends, they can also […]

If you or someone else were drowning, would you know what to do? Ten people die each day from unintentional drowning, but these deaths are largely preventable with proper water safety precautions and quick thinking in case of emergency!

We know that for most of us with pets, they really are a member of the family. Central County Fire & Rescue is offering its residents a unique opportunity to bring their dog or cat to CCFR Station #6, 1151 Jungs Station Rd., St. Charles, MO 63303, to have a picture taken on a fire […]

More Than A Firefighter is a series of video stories to give you an inside look at life as a CCFR professional firefighter/paramedic. It’s our hope in sharing them that you get to know us a little better and learn what drives each of us to work together to keep our community safe. Click here […]

When neighbors and a passerby rescued two residents from a burning home in June, firefighters with Central County Fire & Rescue (CCFR) recognized that the experience had the potential to leave these civilian heroes scarred and possibly suffering from undiagnosed post-traumatic stress (PTS). In the days following the fire, CCFR firefighters brainstormed how to help […]

  Like many things, fireworks are going to look a little different this July 4. With 72-square miles in our Fire District, we serve numerous communities here in St. Charles County, and each municipality has established fireworks regulations. Take a look below for the regulations where you live. If you do decide to set off […]

At around 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 17, Central County Fire & Rescue was called to a house fire on Westwinds Dr. in the Fourwinds subdivision in St. Peters near Interstate 70. Neighbors noticed thick black smoke and flames shooting from the home and called 911. Three of these neighbors jumped into action and helped […]