Pacific Fire District

Welcome to the website for the Pacific Fire Protection District. We hope this resource will allow our citizens to learn more about the services we provide, our life safety initiatives, and how we protect our community. Feel free to email or call us at any time to let us know how we can better serve you.

Pumper Bid Notice










The Pacific Fire Protection District will be accepting sealed bids for the sale of a used 1992 Pierce Dash Pumper/Tanker.  Minimum bid of $35,000.00.  Truck may be viewed by appointment.  Call 636-257-3633, ext. 12.

  • 1992 Pierce Dash 4-door enclosed cab, top mount pump panel, hydraulic ladder rack.
  • 1250 Gallon booster tank, 1500 gpm Waterous 2-stage pump. Pump test 11-2014
  • Detroit 6v-92 motor 350 hp, Allison ht-740 automatic transmission
  • Motor complete overhaul 6-2009, mileage 69,609.  Hours 5,448.
  • Current Mileage 78,085.  Hours 6,084.

Truck comes with following equipment:

  • 10” Newton dump chute housed in rear compartment
  • Front suction and discharge in extended front bumper
  • Pre-piped Akron deck gun with stacked tips
  • 5-SCBA seats with brackets
  • 2-10’ pieces of hard suction
  • 24’ extension ladder, 14’ roof, 10’ attic on hydraulic rack
  • Honda EM 5000 SX generator on pull out tray, connected to two 1500 watt extenda lites on sides of truck
  • 1500 gallon porta-tank in hose bed compartment
  • Onspot tire chains
  • Kussmaul auto charger
  • Code Three warning lights and siren, Q2 siren mounted on front bumper

Sealed bids may be mailed or hand-delivered to the Pacific Fire Protection District’s Administration Office located at 910 West Osage, Pacific Missouri, 63069.  Bids will be accepted until April 9, 2015 at 3:30 p.m.  Bids will be opened at the Board of Directors meeting that evening at 7:00 pm.  The truck will be available for pick-up on May 1, 2015.  Form of payment must be cashier’s check or money order.

Truck is sold with no guarantees or warranties.

The Pacific Fire Protection District reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids, and also reserves the right to extend the bid process if so needed.



Pacific Fire Protection District Board of Directors

By: Rick Friedmann, Fire Chief

Items For Sale

Items for Sale

The Pacific Fire Protection District is selling the following surplus equipment:

THREE (3) POWER UNITS $1,000.00 Each
Unit #1 DPU60PH Honda DPU6000885  
Unit #2 2060 PU Briggs 17002  
Unit #3 2060 PU Briggs 12160  
FOUR (4) REELS $2000,00 Each  
Hanney Reels      
Electric Rewind      
100' Twinline Thermoplaste Hose  
2 reels are 2008      
2 reels are 2011      
THIRTEEN (13) 32 FOOT HOSES      $100.00 Each
13-32' Twinline Hoses, various years  
Mix of rubber and thermoplastic  


To inquire about an item call Chief Friedmann at 636-257-3633, ext. 12.  Payment needs to be a check or money order. 

All items are sold as is. No warranties.  No guarantees.



Chief Rick Friedmann

Pacific Fire Protection District

Smoke Detector Grant

Ten-year Life of Smoke Alarms


Rick Friedmann, Fire Chief

Pacific Fire Protection District


Working smoke alarms detect and alert people to fire in its early stages, providing the warning needed to escape safely.  According to the nonprofit National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), working smoke alarms cut the risk of dying in reported home fires in half.  However, smoke alarms don’t work forever.


As Fire Chief of the Pacific Fire Protection District, I’m concerned that the presence of smoke alarms in the Pacific Fire Protection District residents’ homes (most U.S. homes have at least one) may give them a false sense of security.  Oftentimes, people don’t know how old their smoke alarms are, if they’re still functioning properly, or at all.  That lack of awareness can have deadly consequences: nearly two-thirds of all home fire deaths result from fires in homes with no smoke alarms or no working smoke alarms.


Smoke alarms more than 10 years old no longer offer a reliable level of safety.  The Pacific Fire Protection District urges all Fire District residents to determine how old their smoke alarms are.  (The date of manufacture is located on the back of the alarm.)  If they’re 10 years old or older, replace them immediately!  This includes smoke alarms that use 10-year batteries and/or are hard-wired.


In accordance with NFPA, the Pacific Fire Protection District offers the following recommendations for buying and installing smoke alarms:

·        Purchase combination smoke alarms or both ionization and photoelectric alarms.

·        Make sure smoke alarms have the label of a recognized testing laboratory.

·        Install smoke alarms in every bedroom, outside each sleeping area and on every level of the home, including the basement.  (Some older homes may not have smoke alarms installed in bedrooms, but it’s important that these locations include them to provide adequate warning.)


Time and time again, the Pacific Fire Protection District has witnessed the life-saving impact of smoke alarms.  But we also know tragedy can result from smoke alarms that aren’t working properly.  We strongly encourage all Fire District residents to inspect their smoke alarms today, and to replace them, if necessary, as soon as possible.


If you have questions or concerns about smoke alarms and/or smoke alarm installation, please contact the Pacific Fire Protection District at the following numbers:


Pacific Station 1 at 636-257-4160

Pacific Station 2 at 636-257-2811


Or visit for more information.


The Pacific Fire Protection District applied and was awarded a grant from the ECMA Fire Grants in the amount of $15,845.00.  This grant is for the purchases and installation of ten-year battery operated smoke detectors into homes where the current smoke detectors were past the ten year life expectation or in homes that have no working smoke detectors at all.  Starting in mid-March the Pacific Fire Protection District will start a ten-year battery operated smoke detector installation program within the Pacific Fire Protection District.  The Fire District will be conducting a door-to-door campaign in our older subdivisions where we believe smoke detectors are past the ten-year life expectancy.