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.

SGFD wishes to thank the men and women who have served in our armed forces and their families for their sacrifice and service. We owe the freedom that we hold so dear to them, the real heroes. ... See MoreSee Less

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Halloween night members of the SGFD will be at the fire house 6-8:30... trick or treaters feel free to stop by and get some candy! ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Ste Genevieve Fire Department

Drive Thru Flu Clinic at the Ste. Genevieve Fire Dept today!The Drive Thru Flu Clinic scheduled today 10/24/2019 will be moved to the Ste. Genevieve Fire Dept due to the rain. The clinic will still be held from 1pm to 6pm. You will drive into the fire house so if it is raining, we will all stay dry! Call the Health Department for further information. 5738837411. Thanks! ... See MoreSee Less

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Ste Genevieve Fire Department safely rescued a cat from a tree today!

Rescuing cats from trees is not a common occurrence for firefighters since most cats eventually come down on their own, but this little fella needed help as it had been stuck for at least 3 days!

It is also gives us a good training opportunity. Firefighters can use it to practice with our equipment so we can be ready in the event that a human life is on the line.
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