Who We Are!

The Redings Mill Fire Protection District proudly protects approximately 13,000 citizens in a 110 square mile fire district located in Southwest Missouri. Our organization operates out of six fire stations utilizing a combination of highly dedicated career and volunteer staff members. Our staff provides fire, ems, rescue, and hazardous material…


News

Summer Hiking and Canoe Safety – Know Where You Go!

Summer is here and that means we are in the outdoors more often. We often respond to emergencies with hikers, horseback riders and those on boats or canoes. One of the biggest challenges is being able to provide our 911 Dispatch Center with your location when you are out in…


Storm Shelter Registry

The Storm Shelter Registry is a service for Redings Mill Fire District residents to provide information about their storm shelters to help first responders in case of an emergency. Registering your storm shelter is a simple process. Just tell us your address, the type of shelter you have, where it…


Firewise Assessments

Redings Mill Fire District wants to assist our residents with planning and executing safe outdoor burning procedures. Although we can’t standby for your planned outdoor fires, we can help you plan safe and effective outdoor burning on your property. Redings Mill Fire Protection District and the incorporated villages in our Fire District became Missouri’s first Firewise Recognized Community in 2010. The Firewise…


Modern Fire Spread Is Much Faster Than 30 Years Ago

This video, made by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Testing) shows the danger of “modern” fires compared to the danger of fires occuring 40 years ago. Keep your eye on the clock! This video shows how little time we have to get out of a modern residence after a…


Safety Zone

Fire Extinguishers

Fire extinguishers A portable fire extinguisher can save lives and property by putting out a small fire or containing it until the fire department arrives; but portable extinguishers have limitations. Because fire grows and spreads so rapidly, the number one priority for residents is to get out safely.Safety tips Use…