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St. Louis County Fire Department

County Fire Department Numbering Scheme

The composition of the unit number is as follows.

    12 3 4
                                | | |
                                | | |
                                | | +------------ Apparatus Type
    Area -----------------------+ |                0 = Pumper
     See District                 |                1 = Pumper
     Identification Numbers       |                2 = Aerial, Pumper/Aerial, or Quint
                                  |                3 = Tanker or Pumper/Tanker
    Engine House Number-----------+                4 = Rescue Pumper
                                                   5 = Pumper/Rescue/Aerial
                                                   6 = Rescue Squad
                                                   7 = Ambulance (EMS Unit)
                                                   8 = Brush Unit
                                                   9 = Specialized Equipment
 

 


0100 South County Fire Alarm Association

DistrictHouse & LocationUnit #Paging TonesApparatusNotes
1100 Affton Fire Protection DistrictHouse 1
(Gravois Road)
1114
1117
/
/
Rescue Pumper
EMS Unit
1989 Maxim 'F' (1250 GPM/500 G/50 F)
1998 Ford E-Super Duty type III ALS Ambulance
House 2
(Valcour)
1124
1190
1197
/
/
/
Rescue Pumper
Pumper
EMS Unit
1995 HME/Ferrara (1250 GPM/500 G/40 F) 1190
Ford-C/Emergency One (1000 GPM/500 G)
1994 Ford E-350 Braun LEFA type III ALS Ambulance
House 3
(Seibert Avenue)
1130
1189
/
/
Pumper
Special
1984 Ford-C/Emergency One (1250 GPM/500 G/15 F)
1976 Ford F/Kranz 6 bottle Air Cascade
1200 Crestwood Fire DepartmentHouse 1
(Detjen Drive)
1210
1214
1216
/
/
/
Pumper
Rescue Pumper
EMS Unit
1987 Seagrave (1500 GPM/500 G)
1995 Seagrave (1750 GPM/500 G)
1995 Ford F/National Ambulance
1300 Fenton Fire Protection DistrictHouse 1
(Gregory Lane)
1314
1319
1399
/
/
/
Rescue Pumper
Special
Special
1993 Pierce Arrow (1250 GPM/750 G)
1990 Dodge Ram 150 Pickup
16' JohnBoat 50 HP
House 2
(Horan Drive)
1325
1327
1397
/
/
/
Aerial
EMS Unit
EMS Unit
1999 HME/Firemaster
ALS Ambulance
ALS Ambulance
House 3
(Smizer Mill Road)
1334
1337
1339
/
/
/
Rescue Pumper
EMS Unit
Special
1991 Pierce Arrow (1250 GPM/65' Tele-Squirt)
ALS Ambulance
1985 Dodge Utility
House 4
(Rott Road)
1345
1394
1387
/
/
/
Aerial
Pumper
EMS Unit
1996 Emergency One Hurricane (1250 GPM/65' Tele)
1986 Ford-C/1987 Pierce (1250 GPM/750 G)
ALS Ambulance
1600 Lemay Fire Protection DistrictHouse 1
(Telegraph Road)
1610
1611
1614
1617
1619
1697
/
/
/
/
/
/
Pumper
Pumper
Rescue
EMS Unit
Special
EMS Unit
1990 Pierce Lance (1250 GPM/500 G/30 F)
1966 Ford C/Young (1000 GPM/400 G)
1987 Pierce Arrow (1250 GPM/750 G)
1997 Freightliner/Marque ALS Ambulance
1982 Dodge 4 bottle 2216 psi air cascade
ALS Ambulance
1700 Mehlville Fire Protection DistrictHouse 1
(South Lindbergh)
1710
1717
746.8/788.5
746.8/879.1
Pumper
EMS Unit
1999 Pierce Quantum (1250GPM/500)
1996 Freightliner/Marque ALS Ambulance
House 2
(Telegraph Road)
1722
1727
746.8/600.9
634.5/600.9
Aerial
EMS Unit
2001 Pierce Dash (1500GPM) 75' Rear Mount Aerial
2000 Freightliner FL50/Marque Bodywork
House 3
(Sappington Barracks)
1730
1737
1791
707.3/669.9
707.3/832.5
/
Pumper
EMS Unit
Pumper
1990 Spartan Gladiator/FMC (1500GPM)
2000 Freightliner FL50 with Marque Ambulance
1985 Seagrave (1500 GPM/500 G)
House 4
(Tesson Ferry)
1742
1747
746.8/634.5
707.3/879.1
Aerial
EMS
2001 Pierce Dash (1500GPM) 75' Rear Mount Aerial
2001 Freightliner FL50/Marque ALS Ambulance
House 5
(Mueller Road)
(Fuel Station)
1750
1752
1754
1756
1757
1767
1787
746.8/669.9
/
/
707.3/600.9
788.5/634.5
/
/
Rescue Pumper
Pumper
Brush Unit
Rescue Squad
EMS Unit
EMS Unit
EMS Unit
1993 Pierce Arrow (1500 GPM) 4 bottle air cascade
2000 Pierce Dash (2000GPM) 100' Rear Mount Aerial
1993 Pierce Arrow (1500 GPM/ 500G)
1997 Pierce Saber (Generator/Light Tower/Cascade)
2000 Freightliner FL50/Marque bodywork
1998 Degel/FD ALS Ambulance
1988 Chevrolet C70/1989 Wheeled Coach
House 6
(Telegraph Road)
1760
1768
1789
1790
1797
1708
1749
634.5/746.8
/
/
/
/
/
/
Pumper
Brush Unit
Special
Pumper
EMS Unit
Special
Special
1997 Pierce Arrow (1250GPM/500G Tank)
1981 International-S 4x4/3D (1000 GPM/500 G)
Tactical Rescue Support Unit
1976 Seagrave/1988 Southern Coach (1250 GPM)
1988 Chevrolet C70/ Southern Ambulance Builders
1993 Ford F700/Knapheide - Mechanic Vehicle
1983 Ford F350/Reading - Mechanic Vehicle
House 7
(Old Lemay Ferry)
1770
1776
1778
707.3/634.5
/
/
Rescue Pumper
Rescue Squad
Special
1995 Pierce Arrow (1250GPM/Foam Tank/Cascade)
1997 Pierce Saber Heavy Rescue
1981 S-Model International (4WD) (pump/ foam)
House Unknow1702569.1/651.9Special-
1900 Valley Park Fire Protection DistrictHouse 1
(St. Louis Avenue)
1912
1914
1917
1929
1999
/
/
/
/
/
Pumper
Rescue Pumper
EMS Unit
Special
Special
1998 Pierce Lance (2000 GPM/75' Rear Mount Aerial)
1989 Pierce Arrow (1250 GPM/1000 G)
ALS Ambulance
1995 Chevy 4x4/Stahl 4 bottle/5000 psi Air Cascade
Boat
House 2
(Crescent Avenue)
1923
1924
1927
/
/
/
Tanker
Rescue Pumper
EMS Unit
1998 Pierce (1250 GPM/2000 G)
1994 Pierce Arrow (1500 GPM/500 G)
ALS Ambulance
2400 Eureka Fire Protection DistrictHouse 1
(Hwy W)
2412
2414
2417
2418
2469
2495
2496
2497
2499
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
Aerial
Rescue Pumper
EMS Unit
Pumper
Special
Tanker
Rescue Squad
EMS Unit
Special
100' Aerial
1997 Emergency One 'American Eagle' (1250 GPM/1000 G)
1999 Ford E-450/Wheeled Coach ALS Ambulance
2000 Ford F-350
1993 Weldcraft 18ft. John Boat
1967 Jeep Flammable Liquid Trailer
1999 Vintage 32ft. Goose Neck Technical Rescue Trailer
1993 Ford E-350/Wheeled Coach ALS Ambulance
1986 Mobile Command Trailer
House 2
(West 5th Street)
2420
2424
2428
2427
2490
2498
/
/
/
/
/
/
Pumper
Rescue Pumper
Brush Unit
EMS Unit
Pumper
Brush Unit
Reserve Pumper (6-Flags)
1980 Hendrickson/Pierce (1250 GPM /500 G)
1967 Kaiser Jeep 4x4 (90 GPM/125 G)
1996 Ford E-450/Wheeled Coach ALS Ambulance
1967 Ford-C/Young (750 GPM/6 Bottle cascade)
Safe House
House 3
(White Oak School Road)
2433
2434
2438
/
/
/
Tanker
Rescue Pumper
Brush Unit
--
1980 Hendrickson/Pierce (1250 GPM/500 G)
1999 Ford F-250 4x4 (100 GPM/250 G)
6100 Pacific Fire Protection DistrictHouse 1
(West Osage)
6112
6115
6116
6118
6149
6189
/
/
/
/
/
/
Pumper
Aerial
Rescue Squad
Brush Unit
Special
Special
1982 Ford (1000 GPM/55' Rear Mount Aerial)
2000 Pierce Dash (1500 GPM/2000 G/75 F)
1987 Chevrolet Light Rescue
1989 Dodge/FD 4x4 (150 GPM)
9 bottle 3000 PSI Air Cascade Trailer
Franklin County Trench Rescue Truck
House 2
(Highway O)
6123
6125
6126
6128
6129
6169
6193
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
Pumper
Pumper
Rescue Squad
Brush Unit
Special
Special
Tanker
1986 Kenworth/FMC (1000 GPM/1250 G/35F)
1992 Pierce Dash (1500 GPM/1250 G/50 F)
1996 Chevrolet Light Rescue
1987 Chevrolet/FD 4x4 (50 GPM/100 G)
1962 Willys Jeep (50 GPM/65 G)
16ft Jon Boat
1996 Pierce Dash (1250 GPM/3000 G/30 F)
House 3
(Buscher Rd at Hwy F)
6133/Pumper1984 Kenworth/FMC (1000 GPM/1000 G/30 F)
7300 Shady Valley Fire Protection District
(Imperial, Missouri)
House 1
(Old Highway 21)
7310
7313
7314
7318
7319
7329
7379
7369
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
Pumper
Tanker
Rescue Pumper
Brush Unit
Special
Special
Special
Special
1987 Ford/Pierce (1000 GPM/1000 G)
1979 Spartan/FMC (1500 GPM/2000 G/70 F)
1995 Freightliner/SEMO/Pierce (1250 GPM)
1969 Jeep 4x4 (350 GPM/250 G)
1984 Chevrolet Suburban Utility
1968 Kaiser Jeep 4x4 Support Pickup
Technical Rescue / Shoring Unit on trailer
Foam Trailer
7400 Springdale Fire Protection District
(Fenton, Missouri)
House 1
(South Highway 141)
7413
7414
7419
7489
/
/
/
/
Tanker
Rescue Pumper
Special
Special
1992 International (150 GPM/1500 G)
1983 Ford C/Pierce (1000 GPM/750 G/35 F)
1991 Ford F Super Duty 4x4
6 bottle Air Cascade
House 2
(Saline Road)
7420
7424
7499
/
/
/
Pumper
Rescue Pumper
Special
1983 Ford C/Pierce (1000 GPM/750 G/35 F)
1993 International 4800 4x4 (1250 GPM/500 G)
18' 35hp Jon Boat

 


0200 Central County Fire Alarm

DistrictHouse & LocationUnit #Paging TonesApparatusNotes
2200 Monarch Fire Protection District
(formerly Chesterfield FD)
House 1
(Baxter Road)
2212
2216
2217
/
/
/
Aerial Pumper
Rescue Squad
EMS Unit
2000 Pierce Dash (1500GPM) 105' Rear-Mount Aerial
1991 Pierce Dash Heavy Rescue
ALS Ambulance
House 2
(Wild Horse Creek Road)
2220
2228
/
/
Pumper
Brush Unit
1996 Pierce Arrow (1250GPM/Foam)
1986 Ford-F 4x4/1990 FD (250 GPM)
House 3
(Fernview Drive)
2230
2237
2297
/
/
/
Pumper
EMS Unit
EMS Unit
1998 Pierce Arrow (1500 GPM)
ALS Ambulance
(Reserve Ambulance)
House 4
(Olive Boulevard)
2242
2290
2247
/
/
/
Aerial
Pumper
EMS Unit
1986 Pierce Arrow (1500 GPM) 75' Rear-Mount Aerial
1994 Sutphen 'Deluge' (1500 GPM)
ALS Ambulance
House 5
(Long Road)
2253
2257
/
/
Quint
EMS Unit
1987 Pierce Arrow (1500 GPM) Foam, 4 Bottle Ccascade
ALS Ambulance
2300 Creve Coeur Fire Protection DistrictHouse 1
(Olive Boulevard)
2315
2317
2369
2396
2397
/
/
/
/
/
Aerial
EMS Unit
Special
Rescue Squad
EMS Unit
1986 Pierce Arrow (1500 GPM) 75' Rear Mount Aerial
1994 International ALS Ambulance
-
St. Louis County HAZ-MAT trailer
ALS Ambulance
House 2
(Schuetz Road)
2324
2316
2327
2387
2394
2369
/
/
/
/
/
/
Rescue Pumper
Rescue Squad
EMS Unit
EMS Unit
Rescue Pumper
Special
1993 Pierce Arrow (1500 GPM)
(out-of-service)
1993 International ALS Ambulance
-
1990 Pierce Arrow (1500 GPM) Foam
John Boat
3300 Metro-West Fire Protection District
(Grover, Missouri)
House 1
(Manchester Road - Ballwin)
3312
3316
3317
3310
/
/
/
/
Aerial
Rescue Squad
EMS Unit
Pumper
1999 Sutphen (2000 GPM) Foam, 100' Mid-Mount Aerial
1998 Spartan Gladiator (Tandem axle)/Saulsbury Heavy Rescue
ALS Ambulance
1989 Pierce Arrow (1250 GPM) Reserve
House 2
(New Ballwin Road - Castlewood)
3324
3327
3328
3398
3329
/
/
/
/
/
Rescue Pumper
EMS Unit
Brush Unit
Brush Unit
Special
1993 Sutphen/1999 Degel (1250 GPM) Foam
ALS Ambulance
2000 Ford F-350 Super Cab (200 GPM)
1998 John Deere Gator 4x6 (HiPr/50 G)
Rescue Boat
House 3
(Manchester Road - Wildwood)
3333
3335
3336
3338
3368
3399
3337
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
Tanker
Aerial
Rescue Squad
Brush Unit
Brush Unit
Special
EMS Unit
1982 Ford L/4 Guys (500 GPM)
1994 Sutphen (1500 GPM) Foam, 75' Mid-Mount Aerial
1990 Pierce Dash 4x4 Heavy Rescue
2000 Ford F-350 Super Cab (200 GPM)
1989 Dodge 4x4/FD (125 GPM)
1997 John Deere Gator 4x6 (HiPr/50 G)
ALS Ambulance
House 4
(Clayton Road - Ellisville)
3342
3347
/
/
Aerial
EMS Unit
1993 Sutphen (1500 GPM) Foam, 75' Mid-Mount Aerial
ALS Ambulance
House 5
(Stark Road)
3354
3356
/
/
Rescue Pumper
Rescue Squad
1997 Spartan Gladiator/Ferrara (1500 GPM) Foam
1982 Ford L/Hackney Technical Rescue Support Unit
3500 West County EMS & Fire Protection District
(Manchester, Missouri)
House 1
(Manchester Road - Manchester)
3514
3517
3590
/
/
/
Rescue Pumper
EMS Unit
Pumper
1994 Emergency One Hurricane (1500 GPM) Foam
ALS Ambulance
1974 Ward LaFrance/L.E. Mueller (1500 GPM)
House 2
(Manchester Road - Manchester)
3522
3527
/
/
Aerial
EMS Unit
1988 Emergency One Hurricane (1500 GPM) 80' Aerial
ALS Ambulance
House 3
(Clayton Road - Town & Country)
3535
3537
3591
/
/
/
Pumper
EMS Unit
Pumper
1991 Emergency One Hush (1500 GPM)
ALS Ambulance
1985/1996 Emergency One Hurricane (1500 GPM)
4400 Maryland Heights Fire Protection DistrictHouse 1
(Schuetz Road)
4410
4417
4490
4497
4499
/
/
/
/
/
Pumper
EMS Unit
Pumper
EMS Unit
Special
1997 Freightliner/Ferrara (1250 GPM) Foam
1999 Ford E-450/Med-Tec ALS Ambulance
1983 Seagrave (1500 GPM)
1999 Ford E-450/Wheeled Coach ALS Ambulance
Ford L8000/Hackney Shoring/Trench Rescue/HazMat Support
House 2
(Dorsett Road)
4425
4427
4416
/
/
/
Aerial
EMS Unit
Rescue Squad
1996 Duplex/Saulsbury (1750 GPM) Foam, 75' Rear Mount Aerial
ALS Ambulance
1989 Duplex/Saulsbury Heavy Rescue
8300 St. Clair Fire Protection DistrictHouse 1
(470 E. North Street)
8300
8302
8311
8313
8315
8316
8318
8369
8393
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
--
House 2
(104 Lefler Lane)
8323
8325
8328
8399
/
/
/
/
--
House 3
(2028 HWY K)
8335
8338
/
/
--
House 4
(3545 HWY 47 S.)
8345
8348
/
/
--

 


East Central Fire Alarm

DistrictHouse & LocationUnit #Paging TonesApparatusNotes
1800 Shrewsbury Fire Department
Glendale Fire Department
House 1
(Shrewsbury Avenue)
1814
1817
1890
1897
/
/
/
/
Rescue Pumper
/EMS Unit
/Pumper
/EMS Unit
1994 Emergency One Protector (1500 GPM)
1998 Freightliner/Medic Master ALS Ambulance
1981 Seagrave/Emerge-A-Star (1000 GPM)
1990 Ford/Braun ALS Ambulance
2000 Webster Groves Fire DepartmentHouse 1
(South Elm - north side)
2010
2015
2017
2097
/
/
/
/
Pumper
Aerial
EMS Unit
EMS Unit
1989 Seagrave (1500 GPM)
1992 Spartan Gladiator/Smeal 105' Rear Mount Aerial
Freightliner/Wheeled Coach ALS Ambulance
ALS Ambulance
House 2
(South Elm - south side)
2030
2090
/
/
Pumper
Pumper
1989 Seagrave (1500 GPM)
1974 Seagrave (1500 GPM)
2100 Richmond Heights Fire DepartmentHouse 1
(Dale)
2110
2117
2190
2197
/
/
/
/
Pumper
EMS Unit
Pumper
EMS Unit
1996 Pierce Quantum (1500 GPM) Foam
1995 International/Marque ALS Ambulance
Pierce Arrow (1250 GPM)
ALS Ambulance
3100 Maplewood Fire DepartmentHouse 1
(Manchester Road)
3110
3111
3116
3199
/
/
/
/
Pumper
Pumper
Rescue Squad
Special
1992 Pierce Dash (1250 GPM) Foam
1976 Seagrave (1250 GPM)
1998 Ford F/Marque light rescue
John Boat
3200 Clayton Fire DepartmentHouse 1
(North Bemiston)
3210
3212
3217
3289
3297
/
/
/
/
/
Pumper
Aerial
EMS Unit
Special
EMS Unit
1991 Pierce Javelin (1500 GPM)
1995 Sutphen (1500 GPM/) 100' Tower Ladder
ALS Ambulance
Air Cascade
ALS Ambulance


North-Central Fire Alarm Dispatches

Unit # Area Served Notes: ------ -------------------------- --------------- 0300 North County Fire Alarm 3600 Berkeley Fire Department - House 1: 3615, 3616 (North Hanley Road) - House 2: 3620, 3611 (Natural Bridge Road) 3700 Black Jack Fire Protection District - House 1: 3710, 3712 (Old Halls Ferry Road) - House 2: 3720, 3729 (Old Jamestown Road) 3800 Community Fire Protection District (St. John, Missouri) - House 1: 3810 (St. Charles Rock Road) - House 2: 3822, 3890, 3890, 3897 (Lackland Road) - House 3: 3830, 3837 (St. Charles Rock Road) 4100 Hazelwood Fire Department - House 1: 4115, 4117 (North Lindbergh Boulevard) - House 2: 4125, 4129, 4190 (Howdershell) 4200 Jennings Fire Department - House 1: 4210, 4211, 4290 (West Florissant Avenue) 4300 Kinloch Fire Department - House 1: 4310 1982 Seagrave Pumper, 4313 1987 KME Tanker, 1250 gal (Martin Luther King) 4500 Mid County Fire Protection District - House 1: 4510, 4511, 4517, 4590, 4597 (Pennsylvania Avenue) 4600 Moline Fire Protection District - House 1: 4610, 4691 (Chambers Road) 4700 Normandy Fire Protection District - House 1: 4710, 4712, 4717, 4790, 4719 (Pasadena Boulevard) 4800 Pattonville Fire Protection District (Bridgeton, Missouri) - House 1: 4810, 4817 (Fee Fee Road) - House 2: 4822, 4827, 4890 (McKelvey Road) - House 3: 4833, 4837, 4899 (Earth City Expressway) 4900 Riverview Fire Protection District - House 1: 4910, 4918 (Diamond Drive) - House 2: 4920 (Bellefontaine Drive) 5000 Robertson Fire Protection District (Hazelwood, Missouri) - House 1: 5010 (Missouri Bottom Road) - House 2: 5022, 5027, 5090 (Gist Road) 5100 Spanish Lake Fire Protection District - House 1: 5110, 5118, 5189 (Bellefontaine Road) - House 2: 5120 (Larimore Road) 5200 West Overland Fire Protection District - House 1: 5210, 5217, 5290, 5297 (Midland Boulevard)

Municipal Fire Department Dispatches (self dispatched)

Unit # Area Served Notes: ------ -------------------------- --------------- 0400 Brentwood Fire Department - 154.37/154.37/153.83 - House 1: 411, 412, 408 (retired 11/18/04), 407, 497 (South Brentwood Boulevard) 1400 Glendale Fire Department - 154.37/154.37/153.83 - House 1: 1400, 1414, 1419, 1490 (North Sappington Road) 1500 Kirkwood Fire Department - 154.37/154.37/153.83 - House 1: 1512, 1516, 1517 (West Argonne) - House 2: 1524 (Big Bend Boulevard) - House 3: 1534, 1590 (West Essex) 2600 University City Fire Department - 154.37/154.37/153.83 - House 1: 2612, 2614, 2617 (Harvard) - House 2: 2634, 2637, 2690 (North & South Boulevard) 2700 Olivette Fire Department - 158.94/158.94/153.83 - House 1: 2710, 2716, 2791 (Olive Boulevard) 2800 Des Peres Department of Public Safety - 155.43/155.43/153.83 - House 1: 2810, 2811, 2817 (North Ballas Road) 2900 Frontenac Fire Department - 154.37/154.37/153.83 - House 1: 2910 (Clayton Road) 3000 Ferguson Fire Department - 154.40/154.40/153.83 - House 1: 3010, 3011, 3016, 3019 (Church Street) - House 2: 3020, 3091 (West Florissant Avenue) 3400 Rock Hill Fire Department - 154.37/154.37/153.83 - House 1: 4310, 3419, 3490, 3499 (John Boat) (Manchester Road) 3900 Ladue Fire Department - 159.18/154.37/153.83 - House 1: 3910, 3917 (Clayton Road) - House 2: 3924 (Clayton Road) 4000 Florissant Valley Fire Protection District - 154.40/154.40/153.83 - House 1: 4012, 4017 (St. Catherine) - House 2: 4020, 4027 (Washington Avenue) - House 3: 4030, 4037, 4090 (Humes)

City of St. Louis Fire Department Dispatches

Unit # Area Served Notes: ------ -------------------------- --------------- 0900 St. Louis City EMS 1000 St. Louis City Fire Department - Engine House 1 (S. Jefferson at Pestalozzi) - Engine House 2 (S. Tucker at Spruce) - Engine House 4 (S. Compton at Dakota) - Engine House 5 (N. Market at Rauschenbach) - Engine House 6 (Manchester at Pierce) - Engine House 7 (Lasalle at Jefferson) - Engine House 8 (Salisbury at Blair) - Engine House 9 (Labeaume at N. Broadway) - Engine House 10 (Kennerly at Whittier) - Engine House 11 (S. 7th at S. Broadway) - Engine House 12 (W. Florissant at Geraldine) - Engine House 13 (Shawmut at Ridge) - Engine House 14 (Magnolia East of Grand) - Engine House 17 (Martin L. King at Leonard) - Engine House 19 (Morganford at Haven) - Engine House 20 (Prescott at N. Broadway) - Engine House 22 (Mccausland S. of Hwy 40) - Engine House 23 (Michigan at Soper) - Engine House 24 (Natural Bridge E. of Union) - Engine House 26 (Margaretta at Taylor) - Engine House 27 (Partridge at Riverview) - Engine House 28 (Enright at Bayard) - Engine House 29 (S. Vandeventer at Forest Park Blvd.) - Engine House 30 (Debaliviere S. of Delmar) - Engine House 31 (Donovan at Watson) - Engine House 32 (S. Grand at Potomac) - Engine House 33 (N. Broadway at Mclaren) - Engine House 34 (S. Broadway at Hurck) - Engine House 35 (Arsenal at Sublette) - Engine House 36 (S. Kingshighway at Christy)

Jefferson County 911 Dispatches

Unit # Area Served Notes: ------ -------------------------- --------------- 0500 Jefferson County Fire Alarm 5300 Antonia Fire Protection District (Imperial, Missouri) - House 1: 5310, 5311, 5313, 5314, 5318, 5389 (Highway M) 5400 Big River Ambulance District 5800 DeSoto Rural Fire Department - House 1: 5810, 5813, 5814, 5818, 5819 (East Miller Street) - House 2: 5823, 5824, 5828 (Highway V) - House 3: 5833, 5834, 5893 (Ware) 5900 Dunklin Fire Protection District (Pevely, Missouri) - House 1: 5910, 5911, 5914, 5918, 5919, 5989, 5999 (Highway Z) 6000 Joachim Plattin Ambulance Dist. 6200 Hematite Fire Protection District - House 1: 6213 (Rice Street) - House 2: 6220, 6223, 6224, 6228, 6229 (Meyer Road) 6300 Herculaneum Fire Department - House 1: 6310, 6311, 6312, 6316, 6318, 6319, 6328, 6399 (Broad Street) 6400 High Ridge Fire Protection District - House 1: 6413, 6414, 6416, 6418, 6419 (High Ridge Boulevard) - House 2: 6424, 6489, 6499 (Gravois Road) - House 3: 6434 (Wild) 6500 Hillsboro Fire Protection District - House 1: 6510, 6513, 6516, 6518 (Fifth Street) - House 2: 6528, 6549 (Second Street) 6700 Mapaville Fire Association - House 1: 6710, 6711, 6713, 6714, 6718, 6719, 6723 (Mapaville Fire Department Road) 6800 N. Jefferson Ambulance Dist. 7000 Rock Township Ambulance Dist. 7100 Rock Community Fire Protection District - House 1: 7110, 7115 (Jeffco Boulevard) - House 2: 7124, 7129 (Main Street - Imperial, MO) - House 3: 7134, 7178, 7189 (Londell Road) - House 4: 7144, 7190 (Miller Road) 7200 Jefferson R-7 Fire Protection District - House 1: 7210, 7211, 7213, 7214, 7218 (Highway TT - Festus, MO) - House 2: 7220, 7223, 7228 (Ozark React Drive - Festus, MO) 7500 Valle Ambulance District 7600 Goldman Fire Protection District - House 1: 7610, 7611, 7613, 7614, 7616, 7618, 7628 (Old Lemay Ferry Road - Hillsboro, MO) 7700 Cedar Hill Fire Protection District - House 1: 7710, 7713, 7714, 7718, 7719, 7769 (Cedar Hill Road) - House 2: 7723, 7724, 7728 (Highway 30 - Dittmer, MO) - House 3: 7734, 7749, 7769, 7789 (Byrnesville Road)

Missouri County Fire Departments (Self Dispatched)

Unit # Area Served Notes: ------ -------------------------- --------------- 0600 New Haven Ambulance 0800 Sullivan FD 5500 Beaufort Leslie FD 5600 Crystal City Fire Department 0800 St. Charles County Fire Department 5700 DeSoto City Fire Department 6600 Festus Fire Department 6900 Potosi FD 7800 Boles FD 7900 Boeing Fire Department 8000 Washington FD 8100 Union FD 8200 St. Clair Ambulance District 8400 Christian Hospital Ambulance 8500 Meramec Ambulance District 8600 Augusta Community Fire Department (St. Charles County, Missouri) 8700 Cottleville Fire Protection District 8800 Orchard Farm Fire Department 8900 Marthasville FD 9000 New Melle Fire Department 9100 O' Fallon Fire Protection District 9200 Lake St. Louis Fire Department 9300 Portage Des Sioux Fire Department 9400 St. Charles City Fire Department 9500 Central County Fire & Rescue (St. Charles & St. Peters) 9600 St. Charles County Ambulance Dist. 9700 St. Clair Ambulance District (St. Clair, Franklin County, MO) 9800 Wentzville Fire Department 9900 West Alton Fire Department


ARCH Air Medical Services

Unit # Area Served or Based Tail Number ID ------ ---------------------- --------------- ARCH-1 Sparta, Illinois N211SL ARCH-2 Litchfield, Illinois N122SL ARCH-3 Sullivan N330SL ARCH-4 Chesterfield/Warrenton N440SL ARCH-5 Joplin, Missouri N550SL (MedFlight program) ARCH-6 Chesterfield N660SL ARCH-7 Cape Girardeau N770SL ARCH-8 St. Louis City N880SL ARCH-9 St. Louis City N990SL ARCH-10 Spirit Airport ? (Fixed-Wing Aircraft) ARCH-11 Spirit Airport ? (Fixed-Wing Aircraft)

Air Evac Lifeteam

Unit # Area Served or Based ----------- ---------------------- AIR EVAC-5 Quincy, IL AIR EVAC-8 Farmington, MO AIR EVAC-11 Mt. Vernon, IL AIR EVAC-13 St. Clair, MO AIR EVAC-18 Hillsboro, MO AIR EVAC-23 Troy, MO AIR EVAC-27 Springfield, IL

 

Saint Louis County Fire Department
Commonly Used Fire Abbreviations and Fire Terminology

    20-Minute MARC -- Member Accountability Roll Call, Fire dispatcher checks with on-scene command every 20 minutes to make sure they can account for all crew personnel.
    Accidental Injury -- Injury that is NOT a result of an assault, automobile accident or medical condition.
    Abbott -- EMS service provided by private company (Lifeforce).
    Absorbents -- Substance material used to remove spilled fuel or other liquids from roadways. Informally called "kitty litter" because of the resemblance.
    ACLS -- Advanced Cardiac Life Support
    Aerial -- Fire truck with a long (75 feet or more) ladder or boom mounted on it.
    AFRCC -- Air Force Rescue Coordination Center. Once located at Scott AFB, IL. Now located at Langley AFB, VA.
    AirEvac -- Air transportation service (Lifeteam).
    ALS -- Advanced Life Support - EMS personnel that can provide advanced life saving procedures and administer cardiac medications, interpert EKG monitors, plus a whole lot more. Compare to BLS.
    AMA -- Against Medical Advice
    ARCH -- Area Rescue Consortium of Hospitals (Air Medical Services)
    Assist To -- Assist Other Department.
    Automatic Alarm -- Alarms that are monitored by an alarm company and received by the dispatch center through electronic means, an alarm panel in the dispatch office or by telephone call from a central monitoring company. They can indicate activation of smoke detectors, heat sensors, rate-of-rise detectors, wet or dry sprinkler system flow detectors.
    BJC -- Barnes-Jewish Corporation Hospital
    BLS -- Basic Life Support - EMS personnel that can splint broken bones, provide bandages, etc. Compare to ALS.
    Card Number -- The card system that the fire departments use is a type of map/direction system. Each station house normally has a set for their department and maybe even some surrounding departments. On the card there is specific directions to the street they are dispatched to and usually has closest fire hydrant. The map number is an even more detailed description of the street or building they are going to with the address of every house on the street and any possible hazards or special needs. These cards also contain a pre-planned response level covering 1st thru 5th alarm assignments, which engines, trucks, squads, EMS units, chiefs, etc. are to be sent out on various types of calls and who is to be sent if the alarm escalates (2nd-alarm, 3rd-alarm, etc.). Cards can also set up a response package for a given area; for example, a school will get more companies dispatched during an initial response than a residential area of single-family dwellings. A school would also get more equipment during the school day than on a Sunday night at 1:00 AM. Sometimes called Running Card, Interstate Card or Box Card.
    Cascade -- Fire truck with spare air bottles or an oxygen tank to replenish breathing air tanks, usually also has gatorade and extra (dry!) gloves available too.
    CDA -- Central District Alarm
    Booster -- Apparatus on scene using water on truck instead of outside supply.
    Christian Northeast -- Christian NE Hospitals in St. Louis
    Christian Northwest -- Christian NW Hospitals in St. Louis
    CO -- Carbon Monoxide
    Company Still -- Fire reported in person (by a citizen) to a fire station. A still alarm can also occur when a fire company discovers a fire by itself.
    Command -- Setup only on major incidents that warrant a commandpost.
    Coordinates -- Longitude/Latitude of either current location or landing zone.
    DNR -- Department of Natural Resources (Missouri State). Contacted if spilled liquid is over 50-gallons and of a substance that may require additional cleanup efforts.
    Downtown Base -- ARCH Base at St. Louis Downtown Airport, also called Parks Airport.
    ELT -- Emergency Locator Transmitter - device on aircraft which transmits a signal on 121.5 in case of crash used in conjunction with radio direction finding.
    EMS -- Emergency Medical Service
    EMT -- Emergency Medical Technician
    EPIRB -- Emergency Position-Indicating Radio Beacon. A radio beacon, carried by boats and ships, that is designed to float and transmit a radio distress signal. Most EPIRBS operate on 406.025 MHz. These devices are detectable by COSPAS-SARSAT satellites which are polar orbiting, and also ­by geostationary GOES weather satellites.
    ETA -- Estimated Time of Arrival
    ETOH -- Ethanol Alcohol (it means that the subject is drunk, intoxicated, inebriated.)
    EMSystem -- Internet-based communications system allows EMS dispatchers to quickly find out which hospitals' emergency rooms are accepting patients and which are diverting to other hospitals.
    Engine -- Commonly refers to a triple combination pumper having a firefighting capacity pump, a small water tank, ground ladders and hoses. (same as Pumper)
    EPTS -- Emergency Patient Tracking System - a barcode system which allows tracking of patients from a disaster site to the hospital.
    FD -- Fire Department
    Fill-in -- Apparatus from other departments are sent into the station(s) of a department that is working a fire or for some reason does not have enough apparatus/manpower left in the district to cover additional alarms. Sometimes called "Move-Up"
    First Alarm -- Refers to an initial standard fire assignment to a call. The size of a standard assignment varies with the type of call. See "Running Card"
    FIU -- Fire Investigation Unit
    FPD -- Fire Protection District
    Full Bladder -- Full gas tank, commonly used by helicopter pilots.
    HazMat -- Hazardous Materials
    HEAR 340 -- Hospital Emergency Administrative Radio Network - 155.340 MHz, 114.8pl
    HEICS -- Hospital Emergency Incident Command System
    HIPAA -- The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996.
    IC -- Incident Commander
    In Radio Service -- Available for a call, but not at the station.
    IREACH -- Illinois Radio Emergency Access Channel, refers to Illinois frequency 155.0550 MHz.
    J-4 -- Dead On Arrival (D.O.A.)
    Knox Box -- A secure, locked box on a wall at a building containing keys to the building or other pertinent items for fire crews.
    Glennon -- Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital in St. Louis
    LC -- Loud and Clear
    Level-1 Trauma -- Life threatening injuries. Dispatcher is to notify the hospital that they are to prepare for their arrival. In order for a hospital to be designated a Level-I trauma center neurosurgeons must be available 24-hours a day waiting for patients.
    Level-2 Trauma -- Severely injured patient with complex trauma. In order for a hospital to be designated a Level-II trauma center they must have all surgical specialties available essentially as the patient arrives in the operating room.
    Level-3 Trauma -- Level III and IV trauma centers provide resuscitation and stabilization of severely injured patients prior to transferring the patient to a higher-level trauma hospital.
    LifeBeat -- Name of ARCH service in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.
    LifeForce -- Abbott EMS agency.
    LifeTeam -- Air Evac EMS service.
    Line -- Fire hose.
    LZ -- Landing Zone for helicopter.
    MedStar -- EMS agency that serves St. Clair/Randolph Co in Illinois.
    MED 9 -- Refers to ARCH dispatch frequency of 462.9500 MHz, 162.2pl.
    MERCI -- Mobile Emergency Radio Communications of Illinois - Refers to hospital frequency, 155.3400 MHz.
    MHA -- Missouri Hospital Association
    Move Up -- Apparatus from other departments are sent into the station(s) of a department that is working a fire or for some reason does not have enough apparatus/manpower left in the district to cover additional alarms. Sometimes called "Fill-in"
    Mutual Aid -- Request for apparatus and/or manpower from another department to assist in managing an incident. Refers to the Fire Mutual Aid frequency of 154.28 MHz, CSQ.
    MVA -- Motor Vehicle Accident
    OBS -- Organic Brain Syndrome (Dementia/Delirium)
    OD -- Drug Overdose
    On Diversion -- Hospital is not accepting patients to the emergency room at this time.
    Overhaul -- Overhaul activities seek-out and extinguish all remaining fire, firefighters will rip into walls, floors and roofs, seeking hidden flames and smoldering embers that could reignite into a full-scale fire. They will also try to salvage as much personal property as possible, preserve evidence and secure the fire scene.
    Ped Patient -- Pediatric Patient
    POB -- Persons on Board (Souls) the helicopter.
    Pumper -- Commonly refers to a triple combination pumper having a firefighting capacity pump, a small water tank, ground ladders and hoses. (same as Engine)
    Quint -- Combination apparatus having a firefighting capacity pump, an aerial ladder, small tank, ground ladders, hose and rescue tools.
    Red Team -- Some of the responsibilities of the Code Red Team include assisting with building evacuation (if needed); providing traffic control,; and directing the responding fire department personnel to the fire location.
    St. Johns Mercy -- Hospital in St. Louis County.
    SARSAT -- Search And Rescue Satellite Aided Tracking A constellation of low and high–earth orbit satellites that listen for radio distress signals on 121.5, 243.0, and 406.025 MHz from ELTs, PLBs, and EPIRBs. System allows rapid triangulation to calculate position of beacon to within a few miles w­ith only 2 passes overhead.
    SCBA -- Self Contain Breathing Apparatus
    Second Alarm -- Generally refers to the dispatch of a duplicate assignment to the same location.
    Ship -- Aircraft/Helicopter
    Sick Case -- Illness.
    Simmons -- EMS agency that serves St. Clair County Illinois.
    Scene is not secure -- Do not enter until police have arrived and secured the scene. Usually when injury is due to suspicious circumstances or subject is OBS.
    SLMMRS -- St. Louis Region Metropolitan Medical Response System
    SLU -- St. Louis University Hospital
    Souls -- People on board aircraft.
    Spirit -- Spirit of St. Louis Airport in Chesterfield Missouri.
    Staging -- Waiting for police to secure the scene before entering.
    Still Alarm -- Fire reported by a person over the telephone to the 911 dispatch center.
    Stringer -- Someone who is a freelance news gatherer; Photographer, Cameraman.
    TIC -- Thermal Imaging Camera - Device capable of locating hidden fire and heat in areas that may go undetected, can also be used to detect body heat of a person trapped in a smoke filled room.
    Trauma Rotation -- Next hospital on list; attempt to minimize impact on hospital’s emergency staff.
    VFR -- Visual Flight Rules (helicopter)
    Working Fire -- Fire is consuming the structure; usually flames showing or heavy smoke or both.




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