Granbury Volunteer Fire Department

Granbury Volunteer Fire Department

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Our Mission

The intent of the Granbury Volunteer Fire Department is to perpetually respond to Fire and Rescue emergencies within the City of Granbury, ETJ of Granbury and Mutual Aid requests in order to protect lives and property. It is also our assumed responsibility to assist our citizens and neighbors in any philanthropic actives, fund raising and preserve the environment through approved contracts with the City of Granbury, Hood County and any other entity that would make a request.

GVFD Stats

The intent of the Granbury Volunteer Fire Department is to perpetually respond to Fire and Rescue emergencies within the City of Granbury, ETJ of Granbury and Mutual Aid requests in order to protect lives and property. It is also our assumed responsibility to assist our citizens and neighbors in any philanthropic actives, fund raising and preserve the environment through approved contracts with the City of Granbury, Hood County and any other entity that would make a request

Calls Per Month

Granbury Volunteer Fire Department serves the community and responds to

Calls Per Month

Response

How we respond and the time respond is important to us. Our average respond time is

Less Than 2 Minutes

Service

We are committed to the community and have served Granbury for

Years of Service

Hood County Fire Districts

We couldn’t do it without the mutual aid support of our neighboring departments  When we need them, they come. When they need us, we come. 

Cresson – Station 30
@CressonVF

DeCordova – Station 40
@DCBEActonVFD

Granbury – Station 10
@granburyvfd

Lipan – Station 60
(254) 646-3500

North Hood County – Station 20
@NHCVFD

Indian Harbor – Station 50
@IndianharborVFD

Oak Trail Shores – Station 70
@station70vfd

Pecan Plantation – Station 80
@ppvfdems

Tolar – Station 90
@Tolar-Volunteer-Fire-Department-219570601392820

 

 

News & Updates

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Congratulations to our newest FF/Paramedic Alonzo Molina for passing his Paramedic national registry today . 
Alonzo joined us while still in high school as a cadet, at 18 he became a full active member . 
Since then he has achieved his TCFP basic suppression certification from the state . His EMT- Basic and now his EMT-Paramedic certifications. 
We currently have 4 paramedics , 3 Advanced EMTs , 8 EMT-Basic and 2 ECA’s on the department .

Congratulations to our newest FF/Paramedic Alonzo Molina for passing his Paramedic national registry today .

Alonzo joined us while still in high school as a cadet, at 18 he became a full active member . Since then he has achieved his TCFP basic suppression certification from the state . His EMT- Basic and now his EMT-Paramedic certifications. We currently have 4 paramedics , 3 Advanced EMTs , 8 EMT-Basic and 2 ECA’s on the department . ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

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Great job !!

Congrats!

Congratulations Alonzo!

Outstanding !

Outstanding!

Congratulations!!

Congratulations Alonzo!

Congratulations!!

Congratulations!

Congratulations!!

Congratulations!

Congratulations!!!!

Congratulations!

Congratulations to FF/Paramedic Alonzo Molina for passing your Paramedic national registry!! Outstanding!

Congratulations

Quite the accomplishment!

Congratulations!!

Congratulations 🎊

Congratulations from Cissy and the Dean family!

Congratulations Alonzo! Super proud of you.

That mustache is going to save a lot of lives.

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3 weeks ago

The Texas A&M Forest Service has raised the Wildland Fire Preparedness Level to Level 4 due to fire activity across the state.

Texans are encouraged to remain wildfire-aware & take steps to prevent fires in these dry conditions.For more information, visit: tfsweb.tamu.edu/content/article.aspx?id=33133 ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago
A HUGE thank you to Wingstop-Granbury for their donation of 100 chicken wings to our department today. We have been extremely busy the last month and nothing brings a smile to our faces better than a Wingstop chicken wing.

A HUGE thank you to Wingstop-Granbury for their donation of 100 chicken wings to our department today. We have been extremely busy the last month and nothing brings a smile to our faces better than a Wingstop chicken wing. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

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Wingstop - what a nice surprise and a great way to show support for your local VFD!

Big thanks to Wing Stop for dropping some delicious wings, celery and carrots.Image attachment

Big thanks to Wing Stop for dropping some delicious wings, celery and carrots. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago
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Photos from Johnson County, TX Emergency Management's post ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

14 CommentsComment on Facebook

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Thank you all and be safe! Your community appreciates all you do to keep everyone safe!

Many prayers 🙏 ❤️

Thank you to everyone working to control this fire and for those communicating with the surrounding communities.

Prayers for all who are battling the fire.. It says we might get a little rain . Please God let the rain come so that the fire will go out and all who are battling this can get some relief. Protect them all. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

Thoughts and prayers for all involved. Stay safe and hydrated out there

🙏Prayers for all our keepers fighting the fire ! 🔥this heat is killing us . Please be safe out there 🙏and I thank you all for your service 🙏

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Prayers to all 🙏

Thank you to everyone working this fire and we pray for your protection and safety.

Put an hedge of protection on each and everyone of the firefighters Lord,and let the rain come down,and hear our cry’s for rain Lord! We appreciate all that you do,to keep everyone safe,and be safe,as you do this! As you give God the glory for everything,in Christ Jesus!

God bless those firemen 🙏❤️

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