FIRE, RESCUE & MEDICAL FIRST RESPONDER SERVICES
EVERY 1ST WEDNESDAY EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
EVERY 2ND & 4TH WEDNESDAY TRAINING
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
EVERY 3RD WEDNESDAY BUSINESS MEETING 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
OCTOBER – HAUNTED HOUSE
COLLEGE OF THE MAINLAND – FIRE ACADEMYS
TEEX – TEXAS A&M FIRE SCHOOLS
HARRIS COUNTY FIREFIGHTERS ASSOC. FIELD DAY
KATY RESCUE & EXTRACATION SCHOOL
Dickinson Volunteer Fire Department and the Community
In addition to responding to emergency calls, members of the fire department also volunteer to participate in many community related projects. They include "Fill the Boot" for Muscular Dystrophy, instructing at the Dickinson Community Police Academy, local parades, Dickinson Festival of Lights and Dickinson High School's "Shattered Dreams".
Message From the Fire Chief
The Dickinson Volunteer Fire Department has been committed to serving the Dickinson Community for 75 years. We take pride in the history and tradition of our fire department. The department was built upon our past leadership; without them we could not tackle the challenges of the future.
It is our goal to emphasize the importance of fire prevention and preparedness to minimize the loss of life and property damage in the Dickinson Community. Your monthly donation on your water bill allows us to continue keeping Dickinson a fire safe community.
Thank you for your continued support!
Dickinson Volunteer Fire Department and Galveston County
The Dickinson Volunteer Fire Department is one of 14 Volunteer Departments in Galveston County (many of which were affected by Hurricane Ike).
Other Volunteer Departments include:
Bacliff, Bayou Vista, Crystal Beach, Friendswood, High Island, Hitchcock, Jamaica Beach, Kemah, League City, Port Bolivar, San Leon, Santa Fe, and Tiki Island.
Fully paid departments include: Galveston, Texas City and LaMarque:
The possession or use of fireworks within the
Dickinson city limits is STRICTLY PROHIBITED!
FIRE ZONE SAFETY
Education & Prevention
SMOKE ALARM TESTING
SMOKE ALARM PLACEMENT
What To Do
In the event of a medical emergency, calling 911 should typically be the first priority.