Quick Facts

Did you know... ...that we provide service to residents in both Dupage and Kane counties?
Did you know... ...that we have 2 Advanced Life Support (ALS) ambulances and all fire suppression units provide ALS care?
Did you know... ...that the we have protected the community since 1896?
Did you know... ...that we provide full time Aircraft Rescue Firefighting services to the Dupage Airport?
Did you know... ...that we respond to over 4000 calls for service annually?
Did you know... ...that we protect 26 square miles with 4 fire stations?
Did you know... ...that all four of our stations are staffed 24/7, 365 days per year?
Did you know.... ...that the West Chicago Fire Protection District is an ISO Class 2?
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News & Events
Training at Turtle Splash Pool

Member Bill Schultz, May 28

Our firefighters, medics, and Park District lifeguards trained together this afternoon at Turtle Splash Pool. Personnel practiced hands-on training that covered victim stabilization and removal from the pool. Thank you to our Park District partners for this valuable opportunity to train! ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Today, the Pioneer Preschool class stopped by Station 6 for a visit

West Chicago Fire Protection District, May 17

Battalion Chief Will Gray explained what to do and what not do in case of a fire. The children, teachers and some parents also got to see the Tower 6 ladder reach for the clouds. Thanks for LT Mike Buenrostro, FF Ryan Kral and FF Naim Herrera for assisting with the festivities. west West Chicago Professional Fire Fighters Association - IAFF Local 3970... (Full Story & Photos)

Members of West Chicago FPD particicated in the 31st Annual Illinois Fallen Firefighter Memorial Ceremony

West Chicago Fire Protection District, May 15

This dedication is to honor Illinois firefighters who have lost their lives in the line of duty. Shout out to Lt Mike Myers and FF Naim Herrera for helping honor our fallen brothers!... (Full Story & Photos)

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