Hale Fire Protection District

The Hale Fire Protection District is the emergency services provider serving the Northeastern Carroll County and Southeastern Livingston County communities in coordination with other local, state, and federal officials.

Welcome to Hale Fire Protection District

With a dedicated team of trained firefighters and emergency medical responders, the district is equipped to handle a wide range of emergency situations, from fires and natural disasters to medical emergencies and more. The district is committed to providing the highest level of service to the community, with a focus on safety, integrity, and professionalism. Whether responding to a sudden emergency or working to prevent potential disasters, the Hale Fire Protection District is dedicated to protecting the lives and property of those it serves. With a strong focus on community outreach and education, the district is committed to fostering strong relationships between emergency responders and the community, working together to build a safer, stronger, and more resilient community.

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Hale Fire Protection District

Front Row: Candy Parker, Jason Fisher and Gabby Parker
2nd Row: Assistant Chief Randy Coopman, Justin Caselman, Tucker Brown, Gordon Kirk, Shawn Cotter, Jim Parker, and Captain Darin Mattox
Back Row: Bre Cotter and Chief Nick Wilson
Missing: EMR Captain Ethan Ralls

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Station #1
Hale, MO

Station #2
Avalon, MO

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Run Totals

It is crucial for a fire department to be transparent to the public regarding the number of calls they respond to because it promotes accountability and trust and reinforces the department’s mission to provide prompt and efficient emergency services. The community has a right to know how often their fire department responds to emergencies in their area. When a fire department provides this information to the public, it provides a clear picture of the department’s performance, including strengths and weaknesses. This fosters trust between the department and the public, improving relationships and enhancing the community’s confidence in the department’s ability to keep them safe. Additionally, transparency allows for community involvement and participation in the fire department’s decisions and priorities. Ultimately, being transparent about call volume helps the department prioritize its resources, anticipate community needs, and continuously improve their services.

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Mutual Aid

Mutual aid is crucial for fire departments as they face challenging situations, needing extra resources to respond to emergencies. By working together, departments can effectively respond to complex emergencies, share knowledge, and access additional equipment and personnel. This promotes collaboration, enhances preparedness, and improves public safety.

Our Mutual Aid Partners

It is important to recognize our mutual aid partners and say thank you to each of the agencies for their assistance both on and off of scenes.
We appreciate you!

SKYWARN Trained Weather Spotters

Why SKYWARN

SKYWARN storm spotters are volunteers who help keep their local communities safe by providing timely and accurate reports of severe weather to the National Weather Service (NWS). The information provided by SKYWARN spotters is essential for NWS meteorologists to issue accurate warnings and forecasts, which can help save lives and property.

Udentify & Report

SKYWARN spotters are trained to identify and report the following weather hazards: tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, flash floods, hail, high winds, and waterspouts.

They also learn how to use a variety of tools to observe severe weather, including weather radios, doppler radar, satellite imagery, and personal observation.

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Weather Aware

Being weather aware is crucial for staying safe and prepared in unpredictable and potentially dangerous weather conditions.

Knowing & Preparing

As a responsible individual, it is essential to be “weather aware.” That means not only being aware of the current weather conditions but also taking proactive measures to keep you and your loved ones safe. In being weather aware, you must first stay informed about the latest weather forecasts to plan accordingly. This includes understanding the potential hazards that may arise from severe weather events, such as thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, or blizzards, among others. Being weather aware also means taking necessary precautionary measures before and after such events occur. You should prepare for such conditions by stocking up on emergency supplies and creating an evacuation plan in case of an emergency. When extreme weather events occur, you must be prepared to minimize risks to yourself, your family, and your property. In summary, being weather aware promotes resilience, protects you and your community from the impact of changing weather patterns, and ultimately saves lives.

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GRAND RIVER - SUMNER FLOOD WARNING IN EFFECT FROM WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON TO EARLY FRIDAY AFTERNOON... * WHAT...Moderate flooding is forecast. * WHERE...Grand River near Sumner.

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Severe Thunderstorm Warning for... Northwestern Chariton County in north central Missouri... Southern Linn County in north central Missouri... Northeastern Ray County in west central Missouri...

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Flash Flood Warning for... Caldwell County in north central Missouri... Northwestern Carroll County in north central Missouri... Southeastern Daviess County in north central Missouri... Grundy

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Severe Thunderstorm Warning for... Northwestern Chariton County in north central Missouri... Southern Linn County in north central Missouri... Southeastern Clinton County in northwestern Missouri... Northern

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LIVINGSTON COUNTY Severe Thunderstorm Warning for... West central Adair County in northeastern Missouri... Northwestern Chariton County in north central Missouri... Linn County in north central

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch from TUE 4:45 PM CDT until WED 12:00 AM CDT THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS ISSUED SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH 498 IN EFFECT

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FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM 5 PM CDT THIS AFTERNOON THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING... * WHAT...Flash flooding caused by excessive rainfall is possible. * WHERE...Portions of

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Are your pets prepared?

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Dangerous heat and humidity this afternoon, followed by strong to severe storms by late afternoon into the evening.

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Heat Advisory from TUE 12:00 PM CDT until TUE 8:00 PM CDT ...HEAT ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM NOON TO 8 PM CDT TUESDAY... * WHAT...Heat

We need your help! Our community is looking for courageous and dedicated individuals to volunteer as firefighters. Are you up for the challenge? Not only will you be making a difference in the lives of those around you, but you’ll also receive some amazing rewards for your service.

As a volunteer firefighter, you’ll gain hands-on experience in emergency situations, as well as the satisfaction of knowing that you’re making a positive impact on your community. Additionally, you’ll have access to free training, on-the-job experience, and a supportive family of fellow firefighters.

So, what are you waiting for? Join us today and become a part of a team that makes a difference in our community, and receive the benefits of being a volunteer firefighter!

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