Welcome to the official website of the Grant Park Fire District. Throughout our site you will find useful information about our department and community. Our mission is to provide dedicated and professional service to the residents of Grant Park with pride, dedication and tradition.
Our organization is a combination department made up of 36 part time and paid on call firefighters, emt's, and paramedics. We pride ourselves on upholding the core values of the Grant Park Fire District ; Professionalism, Respect, Innovation and Integrity, Determination, and lastly making sure Everyone Goes Home! It is our primary goal to provide services and help when someone in our fire district is in need of emergency services.
Our primary goal is to serve the public with the upmost professionalism, integrity and respect. Without the community around us, our organization would not be the organization we are today and will be in the future. As we rely on the community to support us, we recognize and execute out that the community relies on us to provide a quality level service. Through this we are able to accomplish these expectations through training and a constant review of our operations to ensure that the needs of the community are met.
As the Fire Chief of the Grant Park Fire District, I want to thank you all for the support that you give our organization through our community. Additionally, I want to thank you again for visiting our website and hopefully you find the information here resourceful and interesting. If you ever have questions, please reach out and we will get your questions answered as efficiently as possible.
The Grant Park Fire District announces today a ballot initiative on the November 3, 2020 election seeking support from the community for a referendum to improve services throughout the fire district. More information is available in the attached press release as well as will be posted here in the coming weeks.
The Fire Prevention Code of the Grant Park Fire District has been amended to be identical with the provisions of the publication of the International Fire Code, 2015 edition as published by the International Code Council. Listed in the ordinance is the regulations, provisions, penalties, conditions, and terms of the adopted code with amendments.
The Grant Park Fire District has received a grant award through the FEMA AFG-Supplemental 2020 grant program. This grant awarded to the Grant Park Fire District was in the amount of $26,290.48 for personnel protective equipment, disinfectant equipment as well as SCBA cartridges to help protect our personnel with the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you to FEMA and Congresswoman Robin Kelly for assisting us in our mission to continually improve our services we provide as well as improving the safety of our members.