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OFFICIAL NOTICE

In an effort to eliminate the potential for the transmission and spread of COVID-19, we are suspending all public access to the fire station and meeting rooms until further notice. If you have an emergency please call 911. If you have a question for the fire department staff, please feel free to contact us at 630-393-1381.

*We appreciate your understanding as we strive to protect the health and well-being of our community and our firefighters.*

Important Safety Notice

We want to make you aware of a dangerous viral video challenge that first appeared on the social media app TikTok. Read More...

Illinois-American Water Grant

The Warrenville Fire Protection District will be purchasing a new water supply hose for a front-line fire engine thanks to a grant from Illinois American Water.. Read More...

2019 Eligibility Register

The 2019 Final Eligibility register has been released. Click here for the list.

Upcoming Events

Take a CPR Class - 2020 Dates Now Available

The Warrenville Fire Protection District recognizes the importance of CPR, First Aid, and AED training. The instruction of non-Fire District personnel increases both awareness and readiness within the community and plays a vital role in the chain of survival for heart attack victims. Our CPR class schedule, fees, and registration information can be found by clicking here.

Car Seat Installation

For Car Seat Installation, please contact Michelle Kelecka at Central DuPage Hospital. Her phone number is 630-208-3986.

Did You Know?

OSFM Warns of Kidde Fire Extinguisher Recall

The Office of the State Fire Marshal (OSFM) warns residents of a Recall Notice for Kidde Fire Extinguishers made between 1973 and 2017. Click here for details.

Home Fire Dangers

Research shows that 30 years ago, you had about 17 minutes to escape a home fire. Today that time is only 3-4 minutes. Click here to view a recent video from the Today Show that illustrates why this is the case.

Opioid Overdose Intervention

Opioid overdose continues to be a major public health problem in the United States. It has contributed significantly to accidental deaths among those who use or misuse illicit and prescription opioids. In fact, U.S. overdose deaths involving prescription opioid analgesics increased to about 19,000 deaths in 2014, more than three times the number in 2001. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data, health care providers wrote 259 million prescriptions for painkillers in 2012, enough for every American adult to have a bottle of pills.
Where to go when help is needed:
DuPage Narcan Program Website
DuPage County Coalition Against Heroin Website