MISSION STATEMENT

Through professionalism, dedication, duty, pride and tradition the members of the East Joliet Fire Protection District work to safeguard the lives, property and enhance the quality of life for residents and visitors of the district. This is accomplished by implementing comprehensive training and strategies in fire prevention, fire suppression, EMS, emergency preparedness and community based fire services.

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A Message from Fire Chief Kirk Kelly
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On behalf of the East Joliet Fire Protection District, thank you for taking time from your day to view our web page. Your continued support is greatly appreciated.

It is our goal to provide highly trained Firefighters, Paramedics and EMTs to residents and users in any time of need. We will continue to provide well prepared emergency service providers, through the commitment of our career, part-time and paid on call Firefighters.

It is through these dedicated men and women we continue to provide the residents of unincorporated Joliet Township a safer place to live, work and raise families. 

On behalf of the Board of Trustees, Company Officers, Firefighters and staff, thank you for your continued support in allowing us to serve you.

 

Respectfully,

Kirk Kelly

Fire Chief / Administrator

kkelly@ejfpd.com

East Joliet Fire Protection District
2019 In Review

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2019 - East Joliet Fire Protection District Call Totals

Structure Fires - 36
Emergency Medical Calls – 1,429
Motor Vehicle Accidents - 173
Auto, Brush, or other fire - 43 
Hazardous Materials (CO/Gas leaks) - 41
Service Calls - 188
Good Intent Calls - 156
False Alarms – 158

Year End Total - 2,224

It was another busy year for East Joliet. In 2019 we ran 80 more calls than in 2018 setting a new department record for calls in a single year at 2,224.

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