CCFR Looks To Community To Develop Long-Range Facilities and Equipment Plan
Residents Encouraged To Attend SAFE-T Meetings and Open Houses
Six years ago, the residents of the Central County Fire & Rescue fire protection district (CCFR) came together through the SAFE-T (Securing A Future of Excellence – Together) program to create a long-range plan to continue quality emergency services. Now, the Board has charged the community with continuing this program to develop recommendations for the future of the District’s facilities and equipment, and provide updates to the original plan.
“As we have seen over the past few years, SAFE-T is a great opportunity for the residents of our area to learn more about and provide input on the level of emergency services they expect,” says SAFE-T Community Co-Chair Terri Fletcher.
The citizen-led SAFE-T program seeks the opinions and insights of patrons, residents, business leaders and employees. Feedback is then used to create plans for the future of the fire District.
There will be three SAFE-T meetings and a series of Fire Station Open Houses where residents can learn more and provide feedback.
» Tuesday, Sept. 30 • State of the District and SAFE-T Update
» Tuesday, Oct. 14 • Facilities and Equipment Review
» Monday, Nov. 10 • Prepare Recommendations For Open Houses
All meetings are held from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the St. Peters Senior Center, 108 McMenamy Rd., St. Peters, MO 63376.
The fire station open houses will be held in November and December. Dates will be announced this fall.