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Fire District No Longer Accepting Fire Tags
Thursday, July 1st, 2021

The Wolf Creek Fire Protection District will no longer accept fire tag payments for the fiscal year 2021. The lnk to pay online as well as the fire tag form has been removed. Your payment for fire protection for the fiscal year 2022 will be on your next tax bill for December 2021.

Thank you for your support!

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The Wolf Creek Fire Protection District has passed an ordinance requiring Commercial buildings within the district to install Knox Boxes. This will insure quicker, non-destructive entry into a commercial building in the event of an emergency response.
Friday, February 4th, 2022
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Wolf Creek Fire Protection District has released an RFQ (request for qualification) notice inviting architectural and engineering firms to submit a design bid for two satellite fire stations. Information on the bid process can be found on the form
The Wolf Creek Fire Protection District will no longer accept fire tag payments for the fiscal year 2021. The lnk to pay online as well as the fire tag form has been removed. Your payment for fire protection for the fiscal year 2022 will be on your next tax bill for December 2021.
Thursday, May 6th, 2021
The Board of Directors for the Wolf Creek Fire Protection District held their first official meeting. Board members Ken Nash, Collin Rogers and Charles Chucky Farr III were all present. Ken Nash was voted to serve as the first President of the fire district.
Tuesday, May 4th, 2021
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The district board of directors has set their monthly meeting for the first Thursday of each month.
Friday, April 30th, 2021
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The Board of Directors of the Wolf Creek Fire Protection District will meet on Thursday, May 6, 2021 at 7:00 pm.
Wednesday, April 21st, 2021
The final hearing for the fire district was held today with Judge Goff reviewing and certified the voting results for the April 6 election. Fire District board members Charles "Chuckie" Farr and Colin Rogers were also sworn in today.
Tuesday, April 6th, 2021
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The voters in the proposed Wolf Creek Fire Protection District voted yes for the formation of the district on April 6 60% yes - 40% no. We would like to thank all of the supporters of this important measure.
Wednesday, February 10th, 2021
The Chief Officers and Board of Directors will be holding a town hall meeting on March 9, 2021 at 6:00 pm to answer questions about the proposed Wolf Creek Fire Protection District. We hope to see you there!!
Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021
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A tentative agreement has been reached, pending official signatures, between the Wolf Creek Fire Department and the Park Hills Fire Department to realign the boundaries and coverage area of the respective departments with Wolf Creek assuming coverage of all or some of the area of Flat River Rd., Hil...
On February 5, the Wolf Creek Fire Department placed a feeler poll on its Facebook page to get a feel for who would support the formation of a tax supported fire protection district. The poll results at 90% for and 10% against.
The Board of Directors of the Wolf Creek Fire Protection Association voted 7-0 tonight tonight to move forward with a ballet initiative for the formation of the Wolf Creek Fire Protection District. If passed, you would no longer pay a Fire Tag for fire protection and instead pay at the end of the ye...
Tuesday, September 11th, 2018
The Wolf Creek Fire Protection Association (Wolf Creek Fire Department) is soliciting from qualified vendors to provide Self Contained Breathing Apparatus equipment for the Wolf Creek Fire Department, Farmington Fire Department, Desloge Fire Department, Leadington Fire Department, Bonne Terre Fire D...
Thursday, March 23rd, 2017
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The Wolf Creek Fire Department is happy to announce that their new pumper is now in service. Training has been completed by personnel and all of the equipment is on the pumper. The pumper was placed into full service in end of February.
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Wolf Creek Fire Department received a grant from the Ste. Genevieve Holsom Grant funding for a new thermal camera to go in the new recently purchased pumper. The camera purchased is the Flir K-65 Thermal Camera.
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The Board of Directors of the Wolf Creek Fire Department recently voted to accept and sign a contract with First In Fire Trucks to purchase a refurbished 1999 Peirce Quantum Pumper. The truck will replace the current aging front line Pumper 4261.
Friday, September 4th, 2015
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In August of 2015 the Wolf Creek Fire Department took delivery of a new tanker to replace the older tanker recently sold to another department. The tanker has a 350 GPM pump and 3000 gallon tank. The tanker has push button all wheel drive and is equiped with a collision avoidance system as well as b...
Asst. Fire Chief Young was recently appointed to the development committee for NFPA 1700. This is a development committee that will be developing a guideline for structural firefighting for NFPA (National Fire Protection Association).
Thursday, June 11th, 2015
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The Wolf Creek Fire Department will be taking delivery of a new tanker in late June of 2015. The tanker is a new Deep South Fire Apparatus tanker built on a 2010 all wheel drive Freightliner chassis. The chassis was obtained through a grant program through the Missouri Division of Conservation.
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