Central County Fire & Rescue (CCFR), one of the largest emergency response agencies in the St. Louis metropolitan area, has increased its Insurance Services Office (ISO) Public Protection Classification to a 3/3X. Only 13 percent of the more than 42,000 fire agencies that ISO rates have a score of three or higher.
Learn how to properly use a fire extinguisher in this hands-on class taught by Central County Fire & Rescue (CCFR) firefighter/EMTs and paramedics. Attendees will learn how to safely and effectively use a fire extinguisher, then practice those skills on a live fire during the class. Monday, Oct. 29 7 p.m. CCFR Station #3 511 […]
In April, Central County Fire & Rescue celebrated 20 years of serving the community. CCFR was founded after the community voted to consolidate the St. Charles and St. Peters fire protection districts, eliminating duplicated services and allowing for the sharing of financial resources, personnel, equipment, and purchasing.
October is Fire Prevention Month, and a great opportunity for us all to refresh ourselves on the best ways to practice fire safety in our everyday lives. Read on for fire prevention tips from CCFR and the National Fire Protection Association. Look Look for places fire could start. Take a good look around your home. Identify potential fire hazards and take care of […]
More than hot dogs and hamburgers felt the heat of the barbecue flames at a condominium complex in Saint Peters, Missouri on the night of Sunday, Sept. 23. An overheated grill sent flames up the side of the complex, and onto the deck. The Saint Peters Police Department was closest to the scene and were […]
Central County Fire & Rescue (CCFR) truck 9524 recently responded to a reported water leak in a residence, where crews found a broken water line, water damage, a loss of running water and a resident unable to manage the costly repairs. CCFR crews got to work cleaning the residence and affected contents, but felt strongly […]