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Fire Protection District
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Welcome to Winfield Fire Protection District

The Winfield Fire Protection District is responsible for protecting and preserving the lives and property of the citizens of Winfield, and surrounding unincorporated Dupage County, from fire and to assist them in emergency situations. We offer classes, programs, and safety tips to educate the public, and keep our residents safe.

Ambulance Billing Questions?

Call 630.530.2988
For more information about your ambulance, please call the number above.

Car Seat Safety Check Locations

Download a List of Locations & Numbers
For more information about car seat safety, please click the link above for site locations.

Reflective Address Sign Request

Download Form
After you download the form please drop it off or mail it to us using the information within the pdf.

Effective Immediately

To protect residents and staff, the Winfield Fire Station is temporarily closed to walk-in customers, and access is limited to appointment-only.

You may call (630) 653-5050 for Fire Department assistance with general requests. In case of emergencies dial 911 and emergency crews will respond.

Latest News

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West Chicago Community Center

The Western DuPage Chamber of Commerce joins forces again with the West Chicago Community Center to offer support to front line Heros. Today, the Winfield Fire Protection District. Shown here Chief Evans holding the banner while his crew is on a call. Food provided was purchased at Coopers Corner of Winfield.

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West Chicago Fire Protection District

Over the last 3 days, the West Chicago Fire protection district, along with Winfield, Wheaton, Carol stream, Roselle, and Hanover park have trained on structural collapse along with using dogs to search.

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Recommendations for COVID-19

The Western DuPage Chamber of Commerce joins forces again with the West Chicago Community Center to offer support to front line Heros. Today, the Winfield Fire Protection District. Shown here Chief Evans holding the banner while his crew is on a call. Food provided was purchased at Coopers Corner of Winfield.

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