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Lee's Summit Fire Department

The Lee's Summit Fire Department takes pride in serving the Lee's Summit community. Staff stands ready to provide the highest level of service in any type of emergency. To best accomplish this task, the department is divided into six divisions; Administration, Communications Center, Emergency Services, Fire Prevention, Support Services, and Training.  

 

Fire Department News

  • Cooking Fire Contained to Garage

    Cooking Fire Contained to Garage

    LEE'S SUMMIT, MO—On Wednesday, December 2, 2020 at 5:57 p.m., the Lee’s Summit Fire Department responded to a reported structure fire in the 5600 Block of NE Hidden Meadow Circle. A neighbor noticed the fire, called 911, and alerted the occupants of the house. When the fire department arrived, smoke and fire was coming from the garage of a two-story, single- family house. All of the occupants were reported to be safe outside. Firefighters quickly extinguished...

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  • Burning Leaves and Yard Waste is Prohibited
    Burning Leaves and Yard Waste is Prohibited

    Burning Leaves and Yard Waste is Prohibited

    Just a reminder, the burning of yard waste is prohibited in the City of Lee's Summit. This includes burning yard waste in fire pits and patio fireplaces.

    Please dispose of leaves and other yard waste properly!
     

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  • Fire Heavily Damages Lee's Summit Home
    Fire Heavily Damages Lee's Summit Home

    Fire Heavily Damages Lee's Summit Home

    On Monday, October 12, 2020, at 7:46 p.m. the Lee’s Summit Fire Department responded to a reported structure fire in the 800 Block of NE Bryant Drive. The occupants of the home were alerted when the smoke alarms sounded and the doorbell started to ring. An investigation by the occupants found smoke on the second floor coming from the attic. The occupants called 911 and evacuated the house. When the fire department arrived, heavy smoke was coming from the...

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