GVFD will be starting a 23 week rookie school January 26th at 7 pm. If you are interested in joining the department now is a great time!!! If you are interested, please contact us or message us on Facebook to be sure you meet the requirements. As always, feel free to ask any...Read More
Granbury Volunteer Fire Department responded to major flooding throughout Hood County, with two neighborhoods – Sunset Acres and Quail Ridge – needing to be evacuated. Up to 12 inches of rain in less than a few hours left some of Granbury and Hood County with...Read More
The Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation and FOX Sports Southwest raised funds to support victims of the devastating tornadoes that hit Oklahoma and North Texas in May during FSSW’s Rangers-Astros telecast on Tuesday, August 20th. First responders unfurled flags of Texas,...Read More
Serving the City of Granbury and Hood County, Texas Since 1907
Burning outside of Granbury city limits is currently Allowed. Effective October 16, 2014 the Hood County Commissioner’s Court removed the Burn Ban for Hood County.
Community support of a volunteer fire department is essential to provide a high level of service. The more support the department has, the greater level of service it can provide.
We are an aggressive fire department and you will be committing yourself to responding to all types of emergencies in all types of weather dealing with all types of people.