• Fenton Fire District
  • Fire and Emergency Medical Services
  • CFAI Accredited

Food Drive

The firefighters and paramedics of the Fenton Fire Protection District will conduct their annual food drive to help Feed My People and Circle of Concern food pantries on Saturday, December 5th. Fire district personnel will be collecting donations from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM at the following locations:

  • Dierbergs, Fenton Crossing -- 450 Old Smizer Mill Rd
  • Save-a-lot -- 1001 Majestic Dr
  • Shop 'n Save, Gravois Bluffs -- 45 Gravois Bluffs Plaza Dr

Thank you for your support in providing meals for our community.

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.

Winter Weather Readiness

The Fenton Fire Protection District is always prepared for whatever events may occur as a result of adverse weather. Prevention of injury, accident, or incident should be everyone's priority. When the National Weather Service forecast calls for ice, snow, high winds, and frigid temperatures, power outages are a very real possibility as are downed power lines.

  • Stay away from downed power lines and be aware of any objects such as fences which they are resting on
  • DO NOT operate emergency generators indoors, in a garage, or on a porch. Assure they are far enough away from your house so the exhaust is not drawn into your home.
  • Only utilize generators as directed in the owners manual.

We recommend everyone have a CO monitor in their home even if they don't have gas appliances such as furnaces or water heaters.  Carbon monoxide can enter the house from a vehicle left running in a garage or from a generator running too close to the house. Carbon monoxide is odorless, colorless, and tasteless, so the only way to detect it is with a CO detector.

Do you have one?

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.