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Saline Valley Appoints New Fire MarshalDeputy Chief LaPlant Named To Position

February 14,† 2014

The Board of Directors of the Saline Valley Fire Protection District at the 100th monthly Board Meeting on February 13, 2014 appointed Deputy Chief Joseph LaPlant as the new Fire Marshal for the Saline Valley Fire Protection District.


Deputy Chief LaPlant has been serving the District since 1998. He has been the Districtís Training Officer since 2004 and will continue to serve in that position as well. He is certified through the Missouri Division of Fire Safety as a Fire Investigator and an Inspector.


LaPlantís duties prior to his appointment as Fire Marshal included building inspections and code enforcement in the absence of the previous Fire Marshal, as well as fire investigations.


For information regarding code enforcement and prevention, please contact our office at (636) 343-9300

Fire House Movie Nights Are Back!Three Family Friendly Movies To Be Shown This Summer

May 21, 2014

Once again the Saline Valley Fire Protection District is hosting Fire House Movie Nights! The movie nights take place over three nights during the summer. The District sets up a 20 ft inflatable screen in the engine bay at Station #1 and shows family friendly movies. There will be hot dogs, drinks, popcorn and chips available as well. The event is totally free and open to all.


There will also be apparatus displays and safety materials available before the shows. Those who plan to attend, please bring lawns chairs or blankets to sit on.


For more information, please contact our Station #1 at (636) 343-9300.




May 31st

8:00 PM

June 28th

8:00 PM


September 6th

7:00 PM

Fill The Hat For BackstoppersFirefighters Will Be Out Memorial Day Weekend, Collecting For Backstoppers

May 21,† 2014

This weekend, our firefighters will be out participating in the Fill the Hat Campaign for Backstoppers. Backstoppers is a non-profit organization that brings relief in many forms to the families of first responders killed in the line of duty.


Our firefighters will be out at intersections such as Romaine Creek and Saline Rd, Northwest Blvd and Saline Rd and at Phillips 66 at W. Rock Creek and Old Highway 21.†

On June 20th, the fireworks stands in Jefferson County officially opened. Saline Valley Firefighters will perform regular safety inspections twice daily on each of the stands operating within the District.


During these inspections, firefighters check to ensure that trash is picked up, exits and isles are clear, NO SMOKING signs, Exit signs and NO DISCHARGE OF FIREWORKS signs are in place and easily seen. Firefighters also check to make sure fire extinguishers are up to date and that there are enough extinguishers on sight, based on the square footage of the stand.


Each stand must meet Saline Valley, Jefferson County and Missouri State safety requirements for operation and sales of consumer grade fireworks. Homemade and commercial grade fireworks are illegal to sell from consumer fireworks stands.


Fireworks are legal to purchase and discharge in Jefferson County, however if you feel the use of fireworks are causing damage or harm or are being used in a manner other than intended, notify the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department or Saline Valley Station #1 (636) 343-9300.


The alteration or misuse of fireworks can be considered a crime and will be investigated as such.


For more information on Fireworks Safety, click here to go to our Safety Page.

June 25,† 2014

Fireworks Season OpensFirefighters Work To Ensure Safe Season