New CCFR Fire Station Dedication Saturday Morning.
Community invited to attend and tour new station.
Dedication and community open house of the new Central County Fire & Rescue
(CCFR) Fire Station #2. The station is being dedicated to the men and women who served on the St. Peters Community Volunteer Fire Department from 1904 to 1971 and the St. Peters Fire Protection District from 1971 to 1998.
An open house and tours of the station will take place following the dedication ceremony.
CCFR Chief Russ Mason and Board of Directors Chairman Dave Tilley, and Board Members Robert Carpenter and Patricia Hamm will conduct a dedication ceremony. Local elected officials and community members are also expected to attend.
Saturday, July 12
Central County Fire and Rescue Station #2
109 McMenamy Road, St. Peters, MO 63376
About Fire Station #2
Fire Station #2 officially opened Thursday, April 24, 2014. The 8,834 square-foot fire station features:
• Two fire engine bays
• One Battalion Chief vehicle bay
• Housing and living space for four firefighters and on-duty Battalion Chief
• Decontamination room for emergency equipment and personnel
• Storage room for personal protective equipment and gear
• Storm shelter for on-duty personnel
• Physical training room
• Emergency generator for non-disruption of power
• Updated traffic signals at the corner of McMenamy Rd. and Mid Rivers Mall Dr.
The community recommended replacing the aging Station #2 to better meet the needs of the community during the SAFE-T (Securing A Future of Excellence – Together) process in 2008. In January 2011 the public provided District leadership with feedback on the station plans and architectural renderings.
About Central County Fire & Rescue
The Central County Fire & Rescue (CCFR) District is one of the largest fire districts in Missouri, covering 72-square miles of St. Charles County, MO and a population of 90,000. A team of 82 firefighter/EMTs, fire inspectors and operational staff work together to keep the St. Peters and St. Charles, MO community safe. This well trained team operates six fire stations, seven days a week. A three member, citizen-elected Board of Directors, leads the District.