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EMS Open House Saturday, May 14th

The Fenton Fire Protection District will once again hold the annual open house to celebrate National Emergency Services Week.

On Saturday, May 14th from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM, Fenton Fire Station One located at 845 Gregory Lane (across from Fenton City Hall) will be buzzing with activities. There are activities for kids of all ages. We will also have information booths from many safety and service organizations as well as child safety seat information. All of our fire equipment and ambulances will be on display. There will even be refreshments including hot dogs, snacks, sno-cones, and soft drinks.

This is a great opportunity for the citizens we serve to see what we have to offer in emergency services and the many ways in which we serve the community.

Fenton Firefighters Annual Golf Tournament

The Fenton Firefighters 22nd Annual Golf Tournament will tee off on Monday, May 9th at 11:00 AM at Sunset Hill Golf Club, 13550 W. Watson Rd. in Sunset Hills. All proceeds benefit Responder Rescue

The tournament is a four person scramble and includes lunch, dinner, and prizes. Registration is limited to the first 36 teams.

Not a golfer? You can sponsor a hole! A $60 donation includes a sign placed at a hole advertising your support and sponsorship.

A registration and sponsorship form is available for download.

For more information contact Colin Patrick at 314-517-9611 or by email at stlfirefighter7@yahoo.com.

Position Announcement: Fire Chief

The Fenton Fire Protection District is currently accepting resumes for consideration for a Fire Chief.  This position is a full time regular, exempt position.

Interested applicants shall submit a cover letter, resume, 3 professional references, and copies of certifications and/or degrees by 4:00 pm, Tuesday, May 31, 2016

The full position announcement and a complete job description are available for download as PDF documents.

Know Your Severe Weather Words

What is the difference between a watch and a warning issued by the National Weather Service?

  • IMG_0557.JPGTornado Watch: Be Prepared! Tornadoes are possible in and near the watch area. Review and discuss your emergency plans and check supplies and your safe room. Be ready to act quickly if a warning is issued or you suspect a tornado is approaching. Acting early helps to save lives! Watches are issued by the Storm Prediction Center for counties where tornadoes may occur. The watch area is typically large, covering numerous counties or even states.
  • Tornado Warning: Take Action! A tornado has been sighted or indicated by weather radar. There is imminent danger to life and property. Move to an interior room on the lowest floor of a sturdy building. Avoid windows. If in a mobile home, a vehicle, or outdoors, move to the closest substantial shelter and protect yourself from flying debris. Warnings are issued by your local forecast office. Warnings typically encompass a much smaller area (around the size of a city or small county) that may be impacted by a tornado identified by a forecaster on Radar or by a trained spotter/law enforcement who is watching the storm.
  • Severe Thunderstorm Watch: Be Prepared! Severe thunderstorms are possible in and near the watch area. Stay informed and be ready to act if a severe thunderstorm warning is issued. Watches are issued by the Storm Prediction Center for counties where severe thunderstorms may occur. The watch area is typically large, covering numerous counties or even states.
  • Severe Thunderstorm Warning: Take Action! Severe weather has been reported by spotters or indicated by radar. Warnings indicate imminent danger to life and property. Take shelter in a substantial building. Get out of mobile homes that can blow over in high winds. Warnings are issued by your local forecast office. Warnings typically encompass a much smaller area (around the size of a city or county) that may be impacted by an on-going severe thunderstorm.

More information is available from the National Weather Service.

Medication Drop Boxes

Wondering what to do with expired or unwanted prescription or over-the-counter medications? Dispose of them properly at a location provided by Missouri Youth/Adult Alliance's Statewide Permanent Drop Box Program. With this program, locations across Missouri are available to get unwanted medications out of circulation.

The locations closest to the Fenton Fire Protection district include:

  • St. Louis County Police 7th Precinct
    232 Vance Road
    Valley Park, MO  63088
  • Arnold Police Department
    2101 Jeffco Blvd.
    Arnold, MO  63010

For more locations or additonal information, visit MYAA's Drop Box Program website.

Meramec Flood Planning

faFlooding is a common occurrence in certain areas of the Fenton Fire Protection District. Because of this constant threat, the district has developed maps to display the potential effects on flooding at different river levels. The maps are an estimate based on ground elevation and river levels measured at the Meramec River at Valley Park Gage.

The following maps are sized to be printed on 11x17 paper, are available as PDF files, and estimate the flooding of the Meramec River at:

Adobe Reader may be required to view the maps.

Fenton Fire District Mission Statement

fentonpatch.gifThe Fenton Fire Protection District is committed to providing our residents and neighbors the highest quality emergency services by being progressive, highly trained, and community oriented. We will achieve our mission through strong leadership, financial responsibility, and innovation.

Building Permits

oldfenpatch.gifThe Fenton Fire Protection District issues permits for building construction, commercial use, blasting, bonfires, open burning, and commercial fireworks. Our permit applications are available for download from the Permits Page as well as plenty of information about what is required for a permit application.

Photo Gallery

brannans02.jpgAs you may have noticed, we've changed how things look on www.fentonfire.org. We also have set up a new photo gallery to make it easier to see what we do.