Committed to serving the community by protecting life, property, and the environment through prevention and professional response.
Proudly serving Cary, Trout Valley, Oakwood Hills and our neighboring communities.

Announcements and Upcoming Events

THE CHALLENGE OF WINTER STORMS AND EXTREME COLD

While the danger from winter weather varies across the country, nearly all Americans are likely to face some type of severe winter weather at some point in their lives. Winter weather has the ability to knock out heat, power and communications services, sometimes for days at a time. Icy roads, hypothermia and exposure to cold increase the danger factor at this time of the year. It is important to be pro-active and be prepared for winter weather before it strikes! ...Find out more

HELP US HELP YOU!

Often, in an emergency, seconds or minutes can make the difference between loss of life, home or property. This fragile time period can be destroyed when first responders need to clear ice and snow to locate an access path or reach resources. As you prepare for the oncoming winter weather, remember to "HELP US HELP YOU" by keeping all fire hydrants and emergency access areas free from ice and snow. Thanks, we appreciate it! With your help, may we ALL have a "safety smart" winter season!


Please check our Meetings page for a list of upcoming board meeting dates.

For more details about any of our events call 847-639-2121
or stop by our business office at Station 1 at 400 Cary-Algonquin Road.


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Chief Jeffrey C. Macko

EMERGENCIES
DIAL 911


Non-Emergencies
Station 1 - Headquarters
847-639-2121


Board of Trustees

Ernest Carlson - President
Ronald Raupp - Secretary
Mark Guerra - Treasurer
Patsy Frits - Trustee
William Hauck - Trustee



INCIDENT REPORT

December 2015
Fire Calls : 4
Medical Calls: 146
Other: 39