Where To Find Us:

Hawk Point Fire Protection District

343 W. Lincoln Street
Hawk Point, MO 63349


Phone: (636) 338-4336

Fax:     (636) 338-4477

Email: info@hawkpointfire.org

Want to Become a Member?

For more information on becomming a Firefighter, use our contact form or download our registration form directly. We look forward to hearing from you!


For more information on becomming a member of the Hawk Point Firemans Community Outreach you can join there meeting held a Station 1 343 West Lincoln Street the first Tuesday of every month at 7pm


Board meeting are held at Station 2 located at 79 Main Street Truxton Mo. On the second Tuesday of every month at 7:30pm.


The ISO rating for the Hawk Point Fire Protection District has recently changed.  Any property within 1000 feet of a hydrant is 6 , and property within 5 road miles of either station but not within 1000 feet of a hydrant is a 6 x (9). Any property over 5 road miles is a 10 (10w)


Our Website is Now Up and Running!

We are pleased to announce that our new website is now up and running. Find out more about us and our community and stop by. Guests are always welcome!

PROP C S (Community Safety)


The voters of the Hawk Point Fire District voted in 2001 to set a Tax base of 24 cents per $100.00 assess evaluation to fund your fire protection. That was 19 Years ago. Today, (2020) we operate 2 fire stations,  2 fire trucks, 2 water tankers, 2 brush units, & 1 UTV. This equipment and stations require on going maintenance, fuel, water, electricity, sewer, and general care. The fire truck at station 1 ( in Hawk Point) is 31 years old, the water tanker at station 1 is 34 years old. The fire truck at station 2 is 15 years old, and the water tanker at station 2 is 44 years old. The life safety equipment ( known as the jaws of Life) that is carried on each fire truck is aging as well, approximately 20 years old. The Hawk Point Fire District operate on approximately $117,000 per year. Your 100% unpaid VOLUNTEER firefighters cover  140 square miles using this equipment. Responding to car wrecks, medical calls ( heart attaches, overdoses, sick cases, etc.), house fires, commercial fires, brush fires, and general calls for help. On November 3rd, the Fire District is asking for a 14 cent tax to upgrade the very aging fire trucks, water tankers, and rescue equipment, needed to maintain a level of safety for those we serve. This 14 cents is based on the $100.00 assess evaluation of the property. This is broke into 3 tax rates; 32 % on businesses, 19% on residential,and 12% on agriculture. Calculated as follows; $50,000 house X 19% is 9500 divided by 100 is 95 X .14= $13.30 increase per year. A $100,000 house X 19% is 19000 divided by 100 is 190 X.14=$26.60 increase per year. The plan is set to replace an aging fire truck very 5 years, starting with the oldest and most Unreliable to be replaced first , along with the aging rescue equipment. 



The tax is called "Prop C S" ( Community Safety) please help us help you