The Streator Police and Fire Commission will begin the testing process to establish an eligibility list for the position of Firefighter on September 9, 2017.
Welcome to Streator Fire Online!
It is my hope that you can easily find useful information in the pages that follow. We take public education very seriously at the Streator Fire Department and this website is one way to reach our residents. Please visit our FAQ page or contact us via the "Contact Us" page if you are unable to find your answer.
The Streator Fire Department was established in 1887. We celebrate a proud and distinguished history of service in protecting our community. Our mission is dedicated to the protection of life, property, and the environment for those who live, work, visit, or invest in our community. We will continue to do as much as we can to protect lives and property and limit the degree of human suffering when called to emergencies.
We proudly offer services in the areas of fire suppression, rescue, community risk reduction, emergency medical services, and code enforcement. It is our expectation to always fullfill our duties. Keeping Streatorites safe is our #1 priority.
We hope you find the following pages helpful,
Fire Chief Gary BIrd
Burn Ordinance Information
According to City ordinance, the open burning of landcape waste in Streator is only allowed on Tuesday and Saturday. Landscape waste is defined as any material occuring naturally including sticks, leaves, and grass. All waste must be dry. Additionally, recreational fires are allowed on any day provided the fire is less than 3x3x3 and is contained in some type of fire pit.
For information on all Ordinances that pertain to the Streator Fire Department, please click the link...
The Streator Fire Safety Initiative
The Streator Fire Department began an initiative in 2015 to improve the safety of Streator residents.
Since 2015, several programs have proven successful in helping Streator residents. The smoke alarm program has installed over 1600 smoke alarms in Streator homes. The Vial for Life program has distributed over 1300 vials to residents. And finally, over 450 commercial safety inspections have been completed.
Each of these programs have been implemented to make Streator a safer place!
Click on the Programs link to see more information on current SFD programs.