About us

The Wolf Creek Fire Protection District is an all volunteer fire protection district located in southeast Missouri.  The Wolf Creek Fire Protection District covers approximately 200 square miles of rural southeast St. Francois County and rural southwest Ste. Genevieve County with a population of approximately 6,500.  The Wolf Creek Fire Protection District has one mission,

 

 "To protect the life and property of those living in and traveling through our district  boundaries"

 

The Wolf Creek Fire Protection District was established in 1984 as a Fire Protection Association.  This allowed each tag holder to be a member of the association and vote on issues at the yearly tag holder meetings. In April of 2021, the citizens within the area approved the formation of the district eliminating the fire tags and paying for fire protection through a tax levied by the districts board of directors.    

The Wolf Creek Fire Protection District has seen a lot of changes over the years.  The district was started with a single pumper out of a rented fire station and now has a fleet of eight apparatus in our current station built in 1998.  

The Wolf Creek Fire Protection District responds to a variety of emergency situations from structure fires, motor vehicle accidents, EMS calls, water rescues, hazardous materials calls, high angle rescue and search and rescue.  If it is an emergency and the authorities can't figure out how to fix it, you can bet that they will be calling for the fire department. 

 

 


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