News - Central County Fire & Rescue

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  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 […]


During a fire is not the time to make sure a fire hydrant is accessible and working properly.


With great growth comes great opportunity. As the needs of our community evolve, Central County Fire & Rescue is excited to evolve, too, in order to best serve our residents and meet their biggest safety needs. 2019 was a record-setting year for Central County Fire & Rescue. Our crews responded to 6,611 emergency calls — […]


May is National Electrical Safety Month!


Central County Fire & Rescue (CCFR) has promoted two team members. Jason Meinershagen is the District’s new Public Information Officer and Deputy Chief, and Jason Graff is the District’s newest engineer. In the newly created role, Meinershagen is responsible for all community relations and communications, community risk reduction, fire and life safety education programs, community […]


At around 1:45 a.m. on Friday, April 17, residents of the Turnberry Place apartments on Ehlmann Rd. in St. Peters called 911 when they awoke to find the deck of a third-floor apartment on fire. When Central County Fire & Rescue crews arrived on the scene, they saw heavy fire coming from the third floor, […]


Know the signs — and what to do if you think you or a loved one might be infected with COVID-19.