Alert-The Winter Weather is upon us ! Know these Wood Burning Stove & Fire Pit Fire Safety Tips!

Alert-The Winter Weather is upon us ! Know these Wood Burning Stove & Fire Pit Fire Safety Tips! With the return of the winter season we ask that you take special caution when disposing of hot ashes from fireplaces and fire pits. Numerous fire incidents occur each year from the improper disposal of these ashes. Please read and follow these important Winter Heating Fire Safety Tips from the NFPA, it just may save your property or even your life!
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    Cottleville Fire District becomes, "Toys for Tots" collection site!

    Cottleville Fire District becomes,

    It's that time of the year again! We are excited to be apart of a great organization that gives back to the needy. We have joined forces with the, "Toys for Tots" United States Marine toy drive this year! We are an offical drop-off location at our Station 1 Fire house located at 1385 Motherhead road. Please help out the less fortunate this year by dropping of a new unwrapped gift this year at our location. For more information goto: Toys for Tots



    Food Drive Kick-Off

    Food Drive Kick-Off

    We are also sponsoring our yearly food drive for the St. Joachim & Ann Food Pantry, drop off locations include our Station 1 and at the following grocery store locations. 1. Schnucks-Jungerman Road @ Hwy 94, Schnuck-Midrivers road @ Hwy N, Dierbers-Midrivers road @ Hwy 94 and at Shop N Save- Hwy K @ OFallon road. Look for our Christmas paper wrapped collecting totes located in the store to make your donation! For more information goto:

    Literacy is Everything Book Drive Kick-Off

    Literacy is Everything Book Drive Kick-Off

    This year we are also happy to announce that we are collecting new and gently-used books for the St. Charles Library Foundation, please donate today and help out this worthy cause. Drop contatainers are located at our Station head quarters entrance and our front door entrance at the Fire Station located in Cottleville. For more information goto:

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    More than 2,500 times every year the firefighter/EMTs of the Cottleville Fire Protection District respond to emergency calls from residents of Cottleville, Weldon Spring, Dardenne Prairie, St. Peters, and O’Fallon, Missouri. The District covers 38-square miles of southwestern St. Charles County and operates four fire stations. Firefighters respond to a variety of emergency situations including fires, hazardous materials incidents, motor vehicle accidents and medical emergencies.