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Lake Saint Louis Fire Protection District

Welcome to the Lake Saint Louis Fire Protection District Website. The Lake Saint Louis Fire Protection District is located in St. Charles County, Missouri, approximately 30 minutes west of St. Louis on Interstate 70. Bordered by Interstate 70 to the north and Highway 40/61 to the west, we cover a response area of approximately 7 square miles and protect a population of about 12,000 persons. We are a combination department and presently we have approximately 25 Reserve Firefighters, 8 Support Services Members, 1 part-time Administrative Assistant and Accountant and a career staff of 13 consisting of the Fire Chief, 3 Captains, 8 Firefighters and the Fire Marshal.

The Fire District is comprised of three divisions: Administration, Operations and Fire Prevention/Code Enforcement. The Administrative Division provides human resources, future planning, research, loss prevention, budgeting and accounting, record keeping, inventory control and governmental relations. The Operations Division provides all emergency services, departmental training and equipment and facilities maintenance. The Fire Prevention/Code Enforcement Division provides new construction building and fire prevention code inspections, building plan reviews, issuance of permits, annual fire prevention inspections of all commercial properties and occupancy permit inspections for both commercial and residential properties. The Fire Prevention/Code Enforcement Division is also responsible for coordinating and conducting all public fire safety education activities such as demonstrations, safety talks and station tours.

The Board of Directors, staff, officers and firefighters would like to thank you for visiting our website and for your interest in the Lake Saint Louis Fire Protection District. We would like to ensure you that we are committed to constant improvement, customer service, and to providing the best fire protection and emergency services possible to the community.

Lake Saint Louis Fire Protection District to Escort Santa!

Santa is back and once again and the Lake Saint Louis Fire Protection District will be escorting him throughout the neighborhoods of Lake Saint Louis! The firefighters and their engines will bring Santa, his sleigh, and all the reindeer to visit the children. We are not able to drive down every street so try to meet us at the intersections listed below. There are many children to see so please be patient, remember to dress warm and be careful when approaching the fire trucks. The firefighters will also be accepting canned good donations and / or a new, unopened toy for Caring and Sharing to provide for local needy families. For more information and maps of the routes are listed in the flyer link below. Happy Holidays from your Lake Saint Louis firefighters!

Santa Times and Routes

Emergency Beacon Program

The Lake Saint Louis Fire Protection District and the City of Lake Saint Louis in partnership with the Mid-East Area Agency on Aging are collaborating to bring residents the Emergency Beacon Program.

This program provides an Emergency Beacon Device FREE to Seniors, Veterans and Medically Disabled. All that is required is filling out a form indicating where this device is being used.

The Emergency Beacon Device is an everyday porch or window light that becomes a FLASHING BEACON to help Emergency Responders find you FAST!

For more information, please download the Emergency Beacon Program flyer.


The Lake Saint Louis Fire Protection District is actively seeking men and women
interested in serving as volunteers in their community. Positions are available for
both emergency response and non–emergency support. Certified divers are also
needed for the Water Rescue Team.

Click here for more information or contact us at 636-561-9200.

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Lake Saint Louis Fire Protection District

Community Emergency Response Team

Call 636-561-9200 for more information

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