Affton Fire Protection District is proud to serve its
residents. The department is also proud of its
fire house and equipment.
fire fighters enjoy showing tour groups the engine
houses where we live and work, and the apparatus
stationed at the fire house. We offer station
tours for groups of all ages.
schedule a tour please call Affton Fire Protection
District Headquarters at 314-631-1803 ext. 5.
Please leave your name, phone number, name of group,
number of people attending the tour (please specify
number and age group of kids and adults).
FIRE SETTER PROGRAM
to the Burn Institute, Juvenile fire setting is the
fastest growing fire threat in the United
States. They estimate more than 300 people are
killed, and nearly $300 million dollars in property
damage is caused by children setting fires.
Roughly 34% of victims are the children who set the
you have a juvenile fire setter problem, we have
trained fire fighters who handle this matter
confidentially. They can talk with your child
about the dangers of setting fires and playing with
Not Delay Getting Help For This Problem!
call the Affton Fire Protection District at
314-631-1803 ext. 5 to set up an appointment.
Please leave a message with your name and
number. If you need immediate assistance dial
314-631-1803 ext. 3 and talk with the on duty Fire
you have a group looking for someone to talk about
being safe in your home, fire safety, fire prevention,
basic first aid or what to do in a medical
emergency? The Affton Fire Protection District
has a community out-reach program. Through this
program a representative from the district will attend
a meeting to discuss and cover topics of the group's
AID AND CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION (CPR) CLASS
Affton Fire Protection District provides to the
community Basic First Aid and CPR
further information or details, please contact the EMS
division at 314-631-1803 ext. 4 and speak with the
Medical Lieutenant to set up a class.
Affton Fire Protection District currently has a smoke
detector program. Members of the district can
provide answers to questions on where to install the
detector in your house, how often to change the
batteries or other question you might have about smoke
detectors or carbon monoxide detectors.
this program, Affton Fire Protection District
residents, if eligible, may be able to receive a smoke
detector or batteries. In addition, it may be
possible to receive assistance from the district on
installing them in your house.
further information please contact the Affton Fire
Protection District at 314-631-1803 ext. 3 and speak
with the on duty Fire Captain.