About CCFR

The Central County Fire & Rescue Protection District (CCFR) was organized in 1998 when the St. Peters and St. Charles fire protection districts consolidated.

CCFR currently provides emergency services to approximately 90,000 residents in a 72-square-mile area.

Full-time firefighters/EMTs staff six stations 24/7. This group of passionate, well-trained firefighters works with the community to keep residents, commerical buildings and drivers safe. Together with the community, CCFR has achieved one of the lowest commercial/industrial fire loss rates in the St. Louis metropolitan area.

CCFR works daily to keep its residents safe. Some of its annual duties include:

  • Responding to more than 5,000 calls for emergency services including building and vehicle fires, automatic alarms, automobile crashes and emergency medical responses.
  • Issuing hundreds of fire prevention permits and conducting thousands of safety inspections through the Fire Prevention Bureau.
  • Performing hundreds of public education events reaching more than 25,000 people.
  • Installing hundreds of complimentary smoke alarm in residents' homes.
  • Inspecting and installing hundreds of car seats — at no charge — for families in the district.