secsfpd@fidmail.com

(573) 468-6161

Sullivan, MO

Sullivan, MO

WE SERVE PORTIONS OF FRANKLIN, CRAWFORD, AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES. ALONG WITH PORTIONS OF I-44

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WE SERVE PORTIONS OF FRANKLIN, CRAWFORD, AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES. ALONG WITH PORTIONS OF I-44

COVID-19 PANDEMIC

We apologize to inform you that there are no unauthorized visitors allowed in our firehouses at the time due to the Covid-19. We want to strive to keep our community and first responders safe during this time of crisis Again we apologize. We know that a lot of people and kids love to see inside our firehouses and firetrucks. Once we get passed this, and we will, we will inform everyone when you are allowed to visit again. Sorry for any inconvenience. Also, as we get ready to open businesses back up, please continue to practice safe social distancing. We have jumped a major hurtle but with everyone's cooperation, we will get past this 100%

Interested in Becoming A Volunteer Firefighter?

Interested

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter for the Sullivan Fire Protection District you can now access the application on this website under the Career Opportunities tab under Volunteer Firefighter.

Numbers on your Mailboxes

As your fire department, your safety is our first priority. If we cannot find your address then we cannot find you when you are having an emergency. Please for the safety of you and your family, please put your address on your mailboxes so that us along with EMS and Law Enforcement can find you quickly when an emergency strikes. Thank you and have a safe year.

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Residential Key Box Program

 The Residential Knox Box Program helps the Sullivan Fire Protection District loan out boxes to the elderly with medial call buttons and who have medical conditions that limit their mobility. The Fire District also loans these boxes out to people who have debilitating medical conditions (such as multiple sclerosis, etc.) regardless of age.

People who want a box are required to fill out an application, a medical history form, and must provide a key for their residence. (This key is locked in the Knox Box.) At this time the Fire District notes any hazards in the residence, such as oxygen tanks, and place this information in the dispatch system as a “caution note.” Fire district members will install the Knox Box on the residence.

This program has been very successful and is a great service that the Fire District provides to residents with over 50 boxes in place. Click on the link below, fill out the application and email the application to secsfpd@fidmail.com.  Any questions please call the office at 573-468-6161.

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