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Proposition F

The Board of Directors of the Fenton Fire Protection District have placed Proposition F on the ballot for the April 3rd election. Proposition F is a 25 million dollar bond issue with proceeds being utilized to replace the district’s two oldest stations and renovate the remaining stations to accommodate current industry standards and growth. Proceeds from the bond would also allow for the replacement outdated and aging equipment.

Proposition F is expected to increase the tax rate by $0.185 per hundred dollars of assessed valuation. The owner of a home valued at $100,000 would realize an increase of approximately $35.15 per year or $2.93 per month until the bond is paid off.

Costs Based On Home Market Value
  $100,000 $150,000 $200,000 $250,000 $300,000
Annual 35.15 52.73 70.30 87.88 105.45
Monthly 2.93 4.39 5.86 7.32 8.79

For more information, please download the newsletter recently mailed to all residents.

Please feel free to direct any questions regarding Proposition F to Chief Steitz in our administration office at 636-343-4188.

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:

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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.