High Ridge Fire District has child passenger safety technicians on duty each day to help you ensure your children are properly protected. Our technicians go through a lengthy training program and are certified under Safekids, USA.

If you would like to schedule an inspection, please click HERE to utilize our contact form, or call our administrative offices at 636-677-3371 Monday-Friday between 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM.

CPR – or Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation – is an emergency lifesaving procedure performed when the heart stops beating. Immediate CPR can double or triple chances of survival after cardiac arrest.

We have instructors certified through the American Heart Association that can teach your business, community group, or family the lifesaving steps of CPR. Please use the contact form by clicking HERE inquire about scheduled a class.

If you have a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or Autism, they can be at a significant risk of wandering from a safe place. We are proud to offer Project Lifesaver to residents within our district, a program that is dedicated to bringing your loved ones home. Contact us for additional details on how to enroll your loved for this important program.

Smoke alarms are a key part of a home fire escape plan. When there is a fire, smoke spreads fast. Working smoke alarms give you early warning so you can get outside quickly.

We have partnered with the Red Cross to provide free smoke detectors to residents of our district that need them. To get more details, or if you need assistance with your existing detectors, please contact us at 636-677-3371.

Weather radios, often referred to as “Smoke Detectors for Storms”, are designed to alert you to severe weather affecting your area, especially when it strikes overnight while you are sleeping.

If you purchase a weather radio, or already own one, and you need help programming it to receive alerts for our area, please call us at 636-677-3371 to set up an appointment.

A Look Back at 2018

2018 has come and gone, and 2019 will be another busy year for the High Ridge Fire District, as we continue our mission of providing the finest fire protection, medical services, and public education to our residents. As we look ahead to a new year, we also want to take some time to look back at just a few of the major efforts we undertook last year.

Here's a map of forecast wind gusts for Thu. Instead of hyper-focusing on specific numbers, focus instead on preparing by securing loose outdoor objects. Remember-- winds will be widespread & likely stronger than what we've seen in quite a while. #stlwx #midmowx #mowx #ilwx

The @NWSStLouis has issued a wind advisory for our area. It is possible we will see wind gusts tomorrow up to 60 MPH. Please make sure to secure anything outdoors that may become airborne, and use caution when traveling. #jeffcowx ^JB