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Recongnition of Years of Service

Recongnition of Years of Service The Cottleville Fire District would like to recognize the following personnel for their dedication to the fire service and to their years of service anniversaries dates as of the month of April, 2016.

Firefighter Tierney is Sworn in at Board Meeting

Firefighter Tierney is Sworn in at Board Meeting Congratulations to Firefighter Patrick Tierney! Pat was officially sworn in at last Monday night’s board meeting after a long series of delays read more

Cottleville Fire District Promotes New Assistant Chief of Professional Services

Cottleville Fire District Promotes New Assistant Chief of Professional Services Congratulations to Assistant Chief Skip Stephens! Skip was sworn into office at Monday's night board meeting. Skip will serve as read more...
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    Carbon Monoxide

    Carbon Monoxide Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas that is a by-product of combustion. It is produced by a variety of household appliances such as oil/gas fired furnaces,

    Exit Drills

    Exit Drills Fire is hot, dark, and fast moving. It’s not light nor is it an environment that is cool enough to enter without protective gear, as it's portrayed on television and in movies. E.D.I.T.H (Exit Drills in the Home)

    Senior Citizen Safety

    Senior Citizen Safety According to the United States Fire Administration, at least 1,100 Americans ages 65 and older die as a result of residential fires. 
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    • Sparky checks off bucket list items 14 and 15: Visit the Rocky steps and the Liberty Bell
      Sparky got to spend a day in Philadelphia, where he checked off two of his bucket list items by running the famous “Rocky steps” and visiting the Liberty Bell. The 1976 film Rocky made the front steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art almost as much of a cultural landmark...
    • Include home fire safety on the spring season to-do list
      For many of us, now that the spring season is well underway, our thoughts are turning to the lengthy to-do lists we’ve made of spring cleaning and repair projects we have yet to tackle. But as we’re pulling out the mop bucket, sponges, screw drivers and hammers, let’s also carve...
    • Fire chief puts out blaze sparked by bizarre lightning strike
      In Glen Rock, New Jersey, this week a lightning strike sparked a fire at a house and a neighbor is being hailed as a hero for his quick response. Police say lightning struck a tree next to the house, stripping off the bark, before traveling underground and making contact with...

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    5th Annual M.E.B. Memorial Golf Tournament 2016 Charity Event

    5th Annual M.E.B. Memorial Golf Tournament 2016 Charity Event

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    More than 3,500 times every year the firefighter/EMTs of the Cottleville Fire Protection District respond to emergency calls from residents of Cottleville, Weldon Spring, Dardenne Prairie, St. Peters, and O’Fallon, Missouri. The District covers 38-square miles of southwestern St. Charles County and operates four fire stations. Firefighters respond to a variety of emergency situations including fires, hazardous materials incidents, motor vehicle accidents and medical emergencies.