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.
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.
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 will be hosting an Electric Vehicle Safety for First Responders class on Monday January 23, 2023 from 5:30 - 9:30 at our firehouse.Please pass the info on to all first responders. ... See MoreSee Less
Everyone be careful out there and please follow the safety tips listed.It's going to be a windy day today, especially this afternoon through the early overnight hours. A wind advisory is in effect from noon today through 3AM Saturday. Wind gusts of 35 to 45 mph are forecast through the period. If traveling (especially on west to east oriented roadways), be aware of strong cross winds. These winds also may lift and move unsecured (light) outdoor objects. ... See MoreSee Less
Tonight we gathered at the firehouse to support one of our volunteers. Firefighter Bo Caldwell had a boxing match at the annual Gun N Hose Boxing exposition in St Louis. This is an annual fund raiser for the Backstoppers Organization that supports first responders and their families in need. We are proud to announce Firefighter Caldwell won his bout! Congratulations Bo! ... See MoreSee Less
The majority of fires we run over the holidays are kitchen and cooking fires. With the Holidays upon us, we ask that you FOCUS on what you're doing when cooking, grilling or frying. Be cautious when pets or children are around as it is easy to become distracted. The your SGFD Firefighters would like to wish you and your families a safe and happy holiday season. We won't take it personally if we're not invited to your gathering... ... See MoreSee Less