Fox River & Countryside Fire/Rescue District


demoFox River & Countryside Fire/Rescue District will be conducting business occupancy inspection on a semi-annual basis.



demoEmergency Medical Services are provided by the Fox River & Countryside Fire/Rescue ambulances. They are staffed with Paramedics on Advanced Life Support Ambulances.


demoMonthly Board Meeting will be held at 7:00 p.m. in Station # 1 in Gaffney Hall located at 34W500 Carl Lee Rd., St. Charles, IL 60174. Meeting dates, agendas, & minutes will be posted on this site. The public is encouraged to attend.



Meeting Dates

demoMeeting dates, agendas, & minutes will be posted on this site. The public is encouraged to attend.


Spring 2016

demoThe National Safety Council has some Spring Safety tips.  Click HERE to see more.



Fire Sign Replacement

A fire sign that is in good condition, visible from the street and undamaged is critical since fire signs act as physical addresses in the district. If yours is not please click below and follow the instructions.

Fire Sign replacement will begin again in the Spring as we are not able to replace during Winter months.

Click HERE to request fire sign repair or replacement

Fox River & Countryside Fire/Rescue District


The Fox River & Countryside Fire/Rescue District spans over 38 square miles. The district covers parts of three townships (St. Charles, Campton, and Wayne), within two counties (Kane and DuPage) in Illinois. It includes unincorporated areas in these townships as well as sections of the Villages of Wayne and Campton Hills.

Notice of Election

Notice of Election for the Office of Fire Protection District Trustees at the Consolidated Election to be held April 4, 2017.  For more, click HERE.


Mission Statement

Provide world class fire, EMS and community risk reduction programs in the community through leadership, innovation, collaboration and partnerships.  Promote fire and life safety and awareness within the community through administrative oversight for incident response, code enforcement and public education, accomplished through training, prevention, communication, emergency response, facilities, apparatus, equipment and other related emergency and non-emergency activities.

Objectives Achieved

  •  Reduced emergency response times for calls for service.
  •  Increased emergency service resources for a matured and vibrant community.
  •  Fiscal responsibility with tax payer dollars; provide long-term financial stability and   avoid the need for large  tax increases.
  • Involved residents in department.

Station Locations

Both fire stations are manned with 4 Fire Fighter/Paramedics.

 Station #1 34W500 Carl Lee Road, St. Charles, IL 60174

Fire Station 3

The District Office is located at Station #1, 34W500 Carl Lee Road, St. Charles, IL 60174


Station #2 40W361 Rt. 64, St. Charles, IL 60175
Fire Station 1


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