For Emergencies call: 9-1-1
Emergencies (KCFD Dispatch): 816-513-0911
Non-Emergencies (KCFD Dispatch): 816-513-0900
Claycomo Fire Station: 816-452-4612
Claycomo Fire Department
333 NE 69 Hwy
Claycomo, MO. 64119
We will come and install or change batteries for smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors. Call during normal business hours to schedule a visit.
We welcome anyone that would like to tour the fire station. We just ask that you call ahead during normal business hours.
Ambulance Billing & Record Requests
For any ambulance billing questions or record requests for incidents after 5/1/2018, please contact: Andres Medical Billing, Ltd. / Fire Recovery EMS at (800) 247-2345 and fax# (800) 329-5274. Any other questions, please feel free to contact the Fire Station.
Resident vs. Non-Resident
The Village of Claycomo and Kansas City share the same zip code, we there is often confusion of what is Claycomo, and what is Kansas City. We have lots of people contact the station thinking they are in the Village of Claycomo, more often than not, they are in Kansas City. Here is a simple rule to go by to determine if you are in Claycomo limits. With the exception of Northgate, Ford plant or off Hughes Rd, Claycomo residents will have a 1-3 digit address. Kansas City residents have a four digit. Eugene Field road is a prime example, the people on the west side are Kansas City residents, and the east side are Claycomo residents.
Works normal work week. But always on call.
Eric Miles, Fire Chief
Fire Investigator & Fire Code Official
The full time staff works 48/96 hour shifts. Meaning they work, eat, train, sleep for two days straight, then they are off for 4 days. They are organized into 3 shifts of 3 personnel, each shift is commanded by an Officer. Each Officer also is in charge of certain aspects of daily operations. These individuals also are able to be called back for major incidents.
When we need shifts filled to cover sick, vacation or Kelly Days, we use Part Timers to fill the slots. We also occasionally use them for special assignments such as inclement weather, and call backs for large incidents.