Department, Medical Services...
Chillicothe Emergency Services proudly protects
living in an area of 576 square miles. The Chillicothe Emergency Services provides fire,
rescue and Emergency Medical Services to the residents of Livingston County.
Emergency Medical Services are located at 700 Second Street in
Chillicothe. Citizens dial 9-1-1 to report fires. Non-emergency calls should be directed
our Local Emergency Operations Plan
Fire website for additional information...
Scanner: 154.980 Mhz
700 Second Street, Chillicothe, MO 64601
Emergencies Dial: 911
December 11, 2013
October 16 and October 13, 2012
October 11, 2012
July 30, 2012
& City Burn Ban
- CFD Celebrates
Completion of Expansion
Thursday, December 1, 2011
(Includes) Fire Department Open House
& Photo Gallery: Apr 04, 2012 Constitution Tribune
- Wright Named New Fire Chief
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
There currently are four locations at which to seek shelter during storm emergencies.
Some are available 24 hours a day while others are open only during normal business hours.
- Chillicothe Fire Department
700 2nd Street
- Chillicothe City Hall
- Livingston County Courthouse
- First Baptist Church
The ambulances are
housed with the fire trucks at the Fire Station on 700 Second Street, Chillicothe.
Emergency calls are taken via the Enhanced 9-1-1 system. Non-emergency calls can be
directed to 660-646-2332.
EAGLE, an air ambulance service, maintains its north base in
The base at Trenton's municipal airport houses the state-of-the-art Bell 407GX
helicopter as well as provide lodging for its staff. This photo shows LifeFlight
Eagle's new Trenton-based aircraft, left, and Harrisonville-based aircraft during final assembly and
customization at Bell Helicopters service facility in Piney Flats, TN.
one of LifeFlight Eagle's new Trenton-based Bell 407GX helicopter, right, sits on a dolly at the downtown airport in Kansas City
during training, while its Odessa-based aircraft sits in the background.
LifeFlight Eagle has replaced its helicopters based in Harrisonville and
Trenton with two new state-of-the-art helicopters. The new aircraft feature technology and safety upgrades, including a glass-cockpit and
two-axis autopilot, among others.
RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT provides fire
protection to persons residing outside the corporate limits of the city and within a 10-mile radius of Chillicothe. For more information about membership, visit their web site, write to P.O. Box
432, call 660-646-3631, or email