Ambulance Launches August 1st at 8am

Mark your calendars for an important date in Crestwood’s history! Fire Chief Leo Meyer is thrilled to announce that the Crestwood Ambulance Service will officially start its operations on August 1 at 8:00 am. This momentous occasion will be celebrated with a brief ceremony to mark the placement of the ambulance into service.

The event will be attended by the Fire Chief, Fire/EMS Crew, City Staff, the City Administrator, and the Mayor to acknowledge and honor the dedication and hard work that brought us to this point.

To add to the significance of this milestone, the fire crew will engage in a traditional and symbolic gesture by manually pushing the ambulance into the fire station, signifying its official entry into service.

You are cordially invited to join us for this historic event! To be a part of this momentous occasion, please park your vehicle at the city hall parking lot and walk up the sidewalk along Sappington Road to the area outside the Fire station bay doors.

We encourage you to take advantage of this unique opportunity to explore the brand-new ambulance as well as other essential equipment housed in the station. The fire crew will be more than happy to show you around the station and answer any questions.

Don't miss this chance to witness a significant moment for first ever Crestwood Ambulance Service and be a part of the beginning of a new chapter in our commitment to public safety. We look forward to seeing you on August 1 at 8:00 am.

UPDATE - From the City of Crestwood's Facebook Post...