4 weeks ago
Quick reminder about lock boxes for commercial buildings in Ste Genevieve!“Save your business from costly lock or entry repairs"
Did you know that the Ste Genevieve Fire Department participates in the Knox Box Program?
With one master key our fire department can gain access to commercial properties. More than 11,500 Fire Departments in North America use Knox® products. The Knox System includes UL listed lock boxes and storage cabinets.
SGFD uses the KeySecure®, master key security system, to control the Knox Master Key. These Master Key Retention units provide accountability with an audit trail giving the date, time and user ID for each key release. Property owners in our community store entrance keys, access cards and floor plans in high-security Knox-Box® key boxes mounted near their building entrances. Each Knox-Box purchased by the property owner is keyed to a single master key controlled by your department.
With the Knox System, there is no waiting for a property owner to unlock the door in the middle of the night, and no forcing the door open to gain entry. The Knox Rapid Entry System reduces response time, property damage and the liability for lost keys.
To order your Knox Box, go to www.knoxbox.com
If you have any questions regarding the Knox Box program you can contact us for more information here on Facebook or call 573-883-5321 ... See MoreSee Less
Change your clock, change your batteries! Smoke & CO Alarms only work when they have good batteries, so, when you change your clocks forward for daylight savings time, change the batteries in your Smoke & CO Alarms! ... See MoreSee Less
SGFD responded early this morning to assist Big River Fire Department on a third alarm church fire.
There were crews from Ste Genevieve County, St. Francois County, Jefferson County, and St. Louis County.
Mutual aid is a important part of how we handle large incidents. We are always thankful for those that assist us when needed and thankful we can do the same in return. ... See MoreSee Less
With temperatures trending warmer today, elevated 🔥fire🔥 danger is expected this afternoon thanks to low humidity, gusty winds, and very dry vegetation. Please exercise caution and avoid outdoor burning if possible! ... See MoreSee Less
2 months ago
Last weekend the Ste Genevieve Fire Department hosted a University of Missouri Fire Training Class on auto extrication. The class was 16 hours long and we learned new techniques to remove injured occupants. There were participants from Ste Genevieve Fire Department, Bloomsdale Volunteer Fire Department, Zell Volunteer Fire Department, Ozora Fire Department, Kinsey Volunteer Fire Department, Perryville Fire Department, Hematite Fire Protection District, St Louis Fire Department, Richmond Heights Fire Department, Crestwood Fire Department and West County EMS & Fire Protection District.
We would like to thank the following for making the class a success
Speed Service Center & Auto Sales Inc.
Perry County Towing
Pippin Towing & Recovery
Sentinel Emergency Solutions
Ste Genevieve Public Works
Kinsey Volunteer Fire Department Perryville Fire Department Zell Volunteer Fire Department Bloomsdale Volunteer Fire Department Richmond Heights Fire Department Crestwood Fire Department West County EMS & Fire Protection (SLFD)Zell Volunteer Fire Department Pippin Towing & Recovery Sentinel Emergency Solutions Perry County Towing St. Louis Fire Department ... See MoreSee Less