Computer Bid Requests

The Florissant Valley Fire Protection District is accepting sealed bids per specifications for computers to be used for the purpose of documenting patient care reports. Specifications may be obtained at the Fire District Administrative Offices, 661 Saint Ferdinand Street, Florissant, Missouri 63031, between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM Monday through Thursday, and between 8:00 AM and 3:00 PM on Friday.

All bids should be marked “SEALED BID/Computer” and mailed or delivered to the Fire District Administrative Offices no later than 3:00 PM Friday, February 22, 2019. All bids are scheduled to be opened by the Board of Directors at their meeting on February 26, 2019 at the Fire District Administrative Offices.

Read the Full Bid Notice here (pdf)

New Chief and Pinning Ceremony

FVFPD Recognition Ceremony and Swearing In of New Chief
Ceremonies were held Tuesday evening January 29th at the Florissant Justice Center marking the change in command at the District, promotions in the ranks, recognition of busiest fire and ambulance crews and the swearing in of new Firefighter Paramedics beginning their careers at the District.

Pinning of badges for new Firefighters/Paramedics:

  • Joe Grotha
  • Brett Feldewerth
  • Ahmad Isaacs
  • Jacob Behr

Pinning of badges for new promotions:

  • Ryan Kostel – Captain
  • Russell Kleffner – Battalion Chief
  • Jason Hoevelmann – Fire Chief

For 2018:

  • Individual who ran the most calls:  AJ Freihoff, 1,021 calls
  • Busiest Ambulance Crew: Brian McHugh & Jeremy Edwards, 1,935 calls
  • Shift with most working fires: C Shift, 32 fires
  • Busiest Shift: A Shift, 5,318 calls
  • Busiest Truck Crew: A Shift Crew 4015, 675 calls

Recognition Ceremony

Group photo including retirees

 

Fire Marshal Cliff Robinson Receives Award

Fire Marshal Cliff Robinson Receives AwardOur Fire Marshal Cliff Robinson received the Paul Harris Fellow award December 6th, 2018 in appreciation for his service to North County. Cliff not only makes the Florissant Fire District safer place to live but assists Ferguson, Black Jack, Spanish Lake, Riverview and North East Fire Districts as well.

Congratulations Cliff!

 

 

 

 

Cliff Robinson at Awards Ceremony

Santa Visits

Santa VisitSanta is visiting kids and their families in local neighborhoods from 6:00-8:00pm in the evening. If he doesn’t make it down your street, you can also visit with him from 8:00-9:00pm at the end of his route. Please check our Facebook page for the most recent news about which neighborhood he will be visiting.

And don’t forget, Santa relies on his Firefighter elves, so a high volume of emergency calls may affect his visit. Any changes to the schedule will be noted on Facebook as soon as possible.

Special Shopping Trip

Dream Factory shopping tripThis morning, Firefighters Joe Alberts, Eric Balmes and Captain Chris Alber participated in the Dream Factory Christmas shopping event. This event involves firefighters from all across the area taking special needs children shopping for their parents at Dillards at South County Center. This is always a fun and humbling event. This year, we escorted Lily.

Dream Factory shoppping trip

Toys for Tots

Toys for Tots logoChristmas Tree

The Florissant Valley Fire Protection District will once again be a drop-off point for Toys for Tots.

Please bring new, unwrapped toys to any of our fire stations between now and Friday, December 14th.

House 1 and Administration
661 St. Ferdinand

House 2
1925 Pohlman Rd.

House 3
1910 Shackelford Rd

FVFPD Firefighters Make Dramatic Rescue

Early Thursday morning in the 2000 block of Splendor Drive in Florissant, Florissant Valley Firefighters responded within 3 minutes to a residential fire with two occupants trapped in separate bedrooms. The patients were extricated from the burning home through bedroom windows in the rear of the house. Fortunately, the doors to both bedrooms were closed, which effectively kept the blaze from spreading into the rooms with the occupants. Both patients were transported by FVFPD EMS to hospitals for treatment. Departments from Blackjack and Hazelwood were on scene in mutual aid.

Several news media outlets did stories on the fire and the rescue. The home had no working smoke detectors. The entire incident was an important lesson on the value of smoke detectors and safety actions like always closing bedroom doors while you are sleeping.

Such actions are truly life-saving things to know. If you have any questions, feel free to call the FVFPD at (314) 837-4894.