May 13. It is a day that Central County Fire & Rescue (CCFR) Assistant Chief Brian Ochs will never forget. Nearly 50 years ago, on May 13, 1969, two St. Charles Township Volunteer firefighters were tragically killed in a fire truck accident. On May 13, 2018, Ochs will honor these friends as he hangs up […]


May is National Electrical Safety Month!


St. Peters residents will soon be able to learn a new life-saving skill, when paramedics from Central County Fire & Rescue (CCFR) begin teaching a Heartsaver CPR AED class later this spring.


At approximately 4 a.m. on Monday, April 23 Central County Fire & Rescue (CCFR) responded to a semi-truck fire on the eastbound entrance ramp to Interstate Highway 70 at Veterans Memorial Parkway and Mid Rivers Mall Dr. in St. Peters, Missouri. When crews arrived on the scene, they learned that the truck was transporting ethanol, […]


                          Central County Fire & Rescue is offering the following vehicles by sealed bid.


One person was injured and two homes were damaged April 4 in separate kitchen fires in the St. Peters area.


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


We work hard to protect our homes from fire, by installing and regularly testing smoke alarms, avoiding common fire hazards and teaching fire safety to family members of all ages. But do you know how to practice fire safety when you’re out in public places? A fire can happen anywhere, anytime, and in an unfamiliar […]


Over the past year, the 15 existing Central County Fire & Rescue (CCFR) firefighter-paramedics have completed more than 100 hours of paramedic training to update their emergency medical skills as CCFR transitions to providing advanced life support (ALS) care.