The Belton Fire Department provides emergency services to approximately 30,000 people including the residents of the City of Belton and Mount Pleasant Township. Additionally, our department provides primary EMS services to Cleveland MO, and its surrounding residents.
The men and women of the Belton Fire Department respond to approximately 6,000 calls for service annually from two fire stations. The emergency services provided include fire suppression, advanced life support emergency medical transport, technical rescue, and hazardous materials first response.
The department endeavors to support the health and safety our growing community as a progressive all-hazards prevention, mitigation, and response organization.
We serve our community with “PRIDE” through exceptional fire, rescue, and emergency medical response, fire prevention, public education, and charitable community service.
Professionalism, Responsiveness, Integrity, Duty, and Engagement
Letter from Chief John Sapp