The administrative offices of the St. Charles Fire Department are located in the EDC building. Residents can obtain…More permits, request ambulance billing, fire bonds, fire report or for a fire fighter to provide public education at these offices. The St. Charles Fire Department has its roots in the Union Fire Company, which was formed in 1964 to provide greater fire protection. Today, the department has more than 80 fire fighters at five stations across the city and also is one of just a few departments to have an urban search and rescue trailer that's equipped to respond to disasters such as a building collapse.
Fire Station #1 911 N 6th St, Saint Charles, MO63301 Fire Station #1 has a 100-foot aerial ladder truck, a life support vehicle as well as several reserve trucks and an…More ambulance. The Battalion Chief, who is the person on duty for 24 hours, is stationed out of Fire Station #1. Seven fire fighters work out of this station.
Fire Station #2 1550 S Main St, Saint Charles, MO63303 Fire Station #2 has a brush truck, which is used for brush fires or to access fires in places like the parking garage at…More the Ameristar Casino or SSM St. Joseph Hospital. It also has a tractor-trailer that has rescue equipment and is used for urban search-and-rescue and building collapse. In addition, this station has a training room.
Fire Station No. 4 is the oldest fire station in the city as of 2010, but a replacement is being designed. This…More station has a fire engine and water rescue equipment. Three to four people man the station at all times.
All told, there are 80 fire fighters that serve the city and cover 25 square miles. In a year, the department responds to 4,000 calls for service.
Fire Station No. 5 1650 Hawks Nest Dr, Saint Charles, MO63303 St. Charles City Fire Station No. 5 is the busiest fire station in the city because of its easy access to the highway…More and over-the-highway via Hawks Nest Passover. The station has both an engine and a life-support vehicle. Six firefighters work during each shift.
Fire Station #3 2817 Elm St, Saint Charles, MO63301 This station was originally built in the 1960s and remodeled in the 1990s. It is staffed by three to four people at all…More times and has a 75-foot ladder truck at this particular location. Assistant Chief Rich Oney says it's the mission of the fire department to serve without boundaries. The district reaches 20,000 people across the year at events, fairs and schools.
Servpro Industries Inc. 470 Saint Peters Howell Rd, Saint Charles, MO63304 Servpro Industries Inc. provides fire and water damage restoration services for commercial and residential clients.…More Emergency services are available.