815 North 6th Street
Kansas City, Kansas 66101
Phone: 913- 573-5550
The Kansas City, Kansas Fire Department (KCKFD) provides fire protection, rescue capabilities, and emergency medical service to the citizens of Kansas City, Kansas.
Fire Department Divisions:
The city is protected by 18 fire stations, four of which are double houses staffed by a pumper as well as a ladder truck. Unlike some fire departments, one of the unique components of the KCKFD is that Fire Suppression, Advanced Life Support (ALS) emergency, and non-emergency response is available from all 18 fire stations.
Annually, firefighters respond to more than 26,000 calls for service with an overall average response time of less than 4 minutes. The KCKFD has been a pioneer when it comes to equipment. Kansas City Kansas Fire Department had the areas first Hazardous Materials Unit. The KCKFD also has specialty operations, which include heavy/technical rescue, confined space rescue, water rescue, and high angle rescue teams as well as being part of the Kansas City metro areas UASI teams.