The Mt. Morris Fire Protection District would ask residents to please remember to clear snow from around fire hydrants following the most recent winter snow. It's a simple request but it could be a lifesaver. Blocked hydrants mean slower response to extinguishing fires which can result in catastrophic consequences. To assure fire department access, residents are strongly encouraged to clear a path to fire hydrants and remove snow from all sides. Obviously not every residence has a hydrant but nearly every block does. If there is not a hydrant in front of your residence clearing the one for your block is of importance to you. Clearing the snow from around the hydrant can save time, property and lives during an emergency. The Fire District Thanks you for your assistance. 

Contact Us:
​Fire Chief Robert G. Hough IV
15 E. Center St.

Mount Morris, IL 61054
Tel: (815)734-4322
​Fax: (815)734-7837

We need your help…
2014 marks our 125th year of service. We are looking for any stories, pictures, newspaper articles or anything you feel you would like to share with us about us.  We will make all copies and return the originals to you at no charge to you.  Contact us at one of the ways below:
Phone: (815)734-4322
or mail it to the Firehouse at 15 E. Center St., Mt. Morris, IL 61054

Thank you for your continued support!

Mark your Calenders- The Mt. Morris Community Blood Drive Group has once again teamed up with the Rock River Valley Blood Center and is gearing up to hold it's first blood drive of 2016!  The drive will be held at the Mt. Morris Fire Protection District at 15 E. Center St. on Tuesday, January 19, 2016 from noon until 6:30pm.  Donate a pint of your blood and remember your donation could save up to three lives!  Please call (815)965-8751 to schedule an appointment and as always:

Walk Ins are always Welcome!

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"We Will Never Forget"