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General Information

Contact Information

The fire district accepts the following forms of payment

Credit Card - in-person at office only [Visa, MasterCard and Discover Card]

Debit Card - in-person at office only

Check made payable to Monarch Fire Protection District

Are You Located in the Monarch Fire Protection District?

The Monarch Fire Protection District covers 62.7 square miles and includes portions of the cities of Ballwin, Clarkson Valley, Chesterfield, Creve Coeur, Maryland Heights, Wildwood and unincorporated St. Louis County.

Please use the following procedure to verify whether or not a property is in the Monarch Fire Protection District

St. Louis Property Lookup


  1. Click on the search box field

  2. Enter the address, which does not need to be complete.

    Do Not include street type words or abbreviations,

    such as, Lane, Ln.; Drive, Dr.; Court, Ct., etc.


    • To find 13725 Olive Blvd., Chesterfield, MO 63017

    • Enter 13725 Olive

  3. Either click the magnify glass icon or press Enter on the keyboard to perform the search.

  4. A dialog box will open with information on the address. Verify that the Fire District is Monarch.

  5. If the dialog box does not open automatically, click on the address number of the map to open the dialog box.

Environmental FOIA Request & Incident Reports

Are you located in the Monarch Fire Protection District?

Environmental Request

Send an email request to: [email protected] and provide the following information:

    1. Full address of the property

    2. Provide specific details as to the type environmental information and code violations

    3. 3. How do you want the information returned,

Email, formal letter, complete a form, etc.

There are no fees for a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment request

Incident or Fire Report

Send an email request to: [email protected] and provide the following information:

    1. Date and time of the incident

    2. Type of incident

    3. Relationship to the property owner or occupant, i.e., property owner, occupant, property management, insurance company, etc.

There are no fees for an Incident or Fire Report

ISO & Insurance FAQ

Are you located in the Monarch Fire Protection District?

ISO Score

Effective July 1, 2019 Monarch FPD has an ISO split classification of Class 2 / 10. The Class 2 rating applies to all properties within 5 road miles of a fire station.

Residential Structure Fire Response – Single Family Dwellings

Fire Departments Responding

  • There will be multiple fire departments involved

  • All St. Louis County fire departments utilize an automatic aid system whereas the fire departments send apparatus to calls outside of their own jurisdictional boundaries based on pre-arranged response plans.

  • All St Louis County fire departments near Monarch FPD:

    • Have same dispatch agency

    • Will be dispatched at same time as Monarch FPD

    • Share common radio frequencies and fireground tactics

Firefighting Operations - Areas Without Fire Hydrants

Firefighting in areas without fire hydrants involve the use of multiple tanker trucks to shuttle water from fire hydrants to the fire scene. Tankers discharge the water into portable folding tanks allowing them to quickly dump the water and head back to the fill site to refill. This process is continued until the fire is out.

Current Initial Response for Residential Structure Fires

A. Areas with fire hydrants

2 - Aerial Apparatus [400 gal. water each]

4 - Pumpers [1,000 gal. water each]

1 - Rescue Squad

2 - Advanced Life Support Ambulances

2 - Battalion Chiefs

B. Areas without fire hydrants

Add 4 Tankers [> 1,000 gal. water each]

Note: Specific apparatus selected for a call will be based on

  • Type – Pumper, Tanker, etc.

  • Availability – Already on a call, mechanical issues, training, etc.

  • Location – All apparatus are GPS equipped and selected based on distance from an incident