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City of Archie closed for Columbus Day - October 05, 2018
The offices of the City of Archie will be closed Monday, October 8, 2018 in observance of Columbu... [more...]
Redwood Street Overlay Project To Be Done on Saturday - September 25, 2018
The Asphalt Overlay project on N. Iowa and W. Redwood Streets near the school will take place thi... [more...]
Yard Waste Collection - August 06, 2018
Municipal Waste Services will no longer collect Yard Waste at the Curb. They have installed a du... [more...]
Archie City Offices & Police Department Have Moved - July 17, 2018
The City of Archie Offices and Police Department have moved. THe old address was 401 S Main Str... [more...]
The City of Archie is served by the Central Cass County Fire Protection District. CCCFPD is responsible for providing an efficient and effective delivery of fire, medical, rescue, and life safety emergency services within Archie City limits and surrounding area. Emergency services are delivered from their fire station located at 201 E Pine Street.
CCCFPD also strives to improve the quality of life for City residents by providing public education and ongoing training for firefighters.
- Reduce and prevent the loss of life and property damage
- Improve the outcome of patients
- Quickly rescue trapped victims
- Protect the environment from destruction
The City of Archie is served by the Central Cass County Fire Protection District. CCCFPD is responsible for providing an efficient and effective delivery of fire, medical, rescue, and life safety emergency services within City limits and surrounding area. Emergency services are delivered from a fire station located in the City.
If you are witnessing a crime in progress or are experiencing an emergency, please Dial 9-1-1.
Assistant Fire Chief
Frequently Asked Questions
In the case of life-threatening emergency, we will dispatch a fire truck along with an EMS unit to provide extra assistance since all of our personnel are trained to provide at least Basic Life Support.