We take pride in serving the historic city ofSte Genevieve, MO

Our Mission

Our Mission

It is the mission of the Ste Genevieve Fire Department to preserve life and property, promote public safety and fire prevention through leadership, management and actions, as an all risk life safety response provider. It is the department’s endeavor to deliver the highest level of service to our residents with the utmost professionalism.

Our Team

OUR TEAM

We have about 30 active members who respond from home, work, or wherever they may be. Each of our members is at a minimum required to attend monthly department training’s and meet a department standard of training.

Interested?

SERVE WITH PRIDE

Ste Gen FD is looking for people who are interested in becoming volunteer members. For a member’s time and commitment we provide equipment and training in a motivating real world environment in order for you to gain an understanding, competence and receive certifications in firefighting. We accept applications throughout the year and bring new members at various times.

Amidst all the challenges that we saw in 2020 your Fire Department responded 220 calls. We are glad to have last year behind us and look forward to serving our community in 2021!

Still need a New Years resolution?? Think about becoming a volunteer firefighter!
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Pro's and Con's of joining the fire service;

Pro: great service to your community
get to play with nifty tools
get to drive fire trucks

Con: hours suck
pay sucks
wakes you up unexpectedly

Always looking for volunteers to join our department. If interested please send us a message and one of our members will message you directly on Facebook.
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Weather forecast predict possible ice and snow this week, so now is a good time to think about updating your winter emergency car kit if needed. Here are some suggestions that could come in handy.

Cell phone charger
Water
Snacks
Flashlight
First aid kit
Ice scraper
Shovel
Extra warm clothes
Blanket
Pocket warmers

It is also a good idea to keep a full tank of gas, drive safe, sober, and always wear your seatbelt!

Stay safe out there!
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Merry Christmas from the Ste Genevieve Fire Department! We hope everyone had a happy holiday with those closest to you this year. Be sure to keep warm and stay safe out there! #firefighter #stegenevieve #stegenevievemo #happyholidays #merrychristmas ... See MoreSee Less

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