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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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May 4th GVFD/Hood County Rookie Fire Academy covered the topics of forcible entry , suppression systems and ventilation.
The current fire academy is winding down in weeks. But, we will have another one after summer. Now is the time to volunteer with your local department and hit the ground running come September.Image attachmentImage attachment

May 4th GVFD/Hood County Rookie Fire Academy covered the topics of forcible entry , suppression systems and ventilation.

The current fire academy is winding down in weeks. But, we will have another one after summer. Now is the time to volunteer with your local department and hit the ground running come September. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago
Friends of Memorial Lane in conjunction with International Firefighters Day, May 4th held an awards ceremony at GVFD Station 1. Firefighter of the year recognition was awarded to a member of all 9 Hood County departments. 
Granburys recipient this year was Diego Guerrero. Diego holds the title of training lieutenant and has been instrumental in coordinating and  administrating the Hood County Rookie Fire School that serves all of Hood Countys fire departments.   
Congratulations Diego !
Photos credited to Granbury Volunteer Fire Department.Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

Friends of Memorial Lane in conjunction with International Firefighters Day, May 4th held an awards ceremony at GVFD Station 1. Firefighter of the year recognition was awarded to a member of all 9 Hood County departments.

Granbury's recipient this year was Diego Guerrero. Diego holds the title of training lieutenant and has been instrumental in coordinating and administrating the Hood County Rookie Fire School that serves all of Hood County's fire departments. Congratulations Diego !Photos credited to Granbury Volunteer Fire Department. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

4 CommentsComment on Facebook

Congratulations to the winners. God bless you and keep you safe. 🙏🤗

Awesome photo of great community servants.

Congratulations to Diego

Congratulations!

Recognizing today, May 4th , as International Firefighters Day. 
To the men and women who run into danger , not away. Who are there on your worst possible day . Who drop what they are doing to immediately assist the citizens they serve.
Whether you earn a paycheck or do it for the love of your community for free . 
We salute all of you WORLDWIDE today ! 
🚒❤️🚒❤️

Recognizing today, May 4th , as International Firefighters Day.

To the men and women who run into danger , not away. Who are there on your worst possible day . Who drop what they are doing to immediately assist the citizens they serve.Whether you earn a paycheck or do it for the love of your community for free . We salute all of you WORLDWIDE today ! 🚒❤️🚒❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

3 CommentsComment on Facebook

It was an amazing event honoring our Volunteer Fire Departments. Thank you for your service!

Thank you for your service

Thank yawl for everything you do!

And this weekends (27Apr24) GVFD/Hood County Fire Academy went over hydrant operations, fire flows and aerial operations. Reach out if youre interested in volunteering with GVFD or would like additional information on how you can support your local communitys fire service.Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

And this weekend's (27Apr24) GVFD/Hood County Fire Academy went over hydrant operations, fire flows and aerial operations. Reach out if you're interested in volunteering with GVFD or would like additional information on how you can support your local community's fire service. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

1 CommentComment on Facebook

Thank you for your service 🙂 Please be safe out there.

13Apr24 GVFD/Hood County Fire Academy on fire behavior, acclimation burns, vehicle stabilization and lifting.Image attachmentImage attachment+4Image attachment

13Apr24 GVFD/Hood County Fire Academy on fire behavior, acclimation burns, vehicle stabilization and lifting. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago
Some pics of the GVFD/Hood County Fire Academy 6Apr24 on search and following the hose line.Image attachmentImage attachment

Some pics of the GVFD/Hood County Fire Academy 6Apr24 on search and following the hose line. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

2 CommentsComment on Facebook

Saw y’all working on the ladder too! I would have been scared silly!

Smooth bump bump to the pump!

One of ours. Way to go Colin!Image attachmentImage attachment+6Image attachment

One of ours. Way to go Colin! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago
Last week, APRIL 15-20,  4 GVFD members traveled to Indianapolis Indiana for the Fire Department International Conference (FDIC). There were over 35,000 attending from 67 countries. This conference brings manufacturers, distributors, and many others together, along with every iteration of fire department, to learn and train together. Attendees included 32% from career departments, 28% from volunteer and 19% from combination departments. Many of those attending took personnel time as well as personal expense to attend this valuable training and conference event.  Were thankful for our members that attended and we look forward to the training well receive as a result of their effort.

Last week, APRIL 15-20, 4 GVFD members traveled to Indianapolis Indiana for the Fire Department International Conference (FDIC). There were over 35,000 attending from 67 countries. This conference brings manufacturers, distributors, and many others together, along with every iteration of fire department, to learn and train together. Attendees included 32% from career departments, 28% from volunteer and 19% from combination departments. Many of those attending took personnel time as well as personal expense to attend this valuable training and conference event. We're thankful for our members that attended and we look forward to the training we'll receive as a result of their effort. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

1 CommentComment on Facebook

You are the best! Thank you Granbury Volunteer Fire Department !

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