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Granbury Volunteer Fire Department

911 - For Emergencies

(817) 579-1111

gvfd@granbury.org

Station 1

1701 W Pearl St
Granbury, TX 76048

Station 2

500 Whisperview Cir,
Granbury, TX 76048

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Attention Tolar residents !

Attention Tolar residents !Per Texas-New Mexico Electric: No estimate on when power will be restored. It could be out until tomorrow.

Brush Collection Area: at the sewer plant site at the corner Cemetery Rd and 8th St. The gate on the corner is open.

Water Info: Please conserve water as no pumps are running We could run out of water if the power is off for an extended period.
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1 day ago

Hood County’s own Texas Game Warden Preston Whisenhunt to appear on Discovery’s Lone Star Law. ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

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I watched it last night. Was thrilled to see Preston and a more local episode.

Thank you for your great shows!

Saw it last night! Love it!

Oh I missed it. I will check to see if I can stream it

So excited

David Leyva

Watched it last night.

I love this show

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Please help anyway you can for someone who has cared for so many in this community !

Please help anyway you can for someone who has cared for so many in this community !Please consider helping one of our very own in a great time of need. โ™ฅ๏ธ ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Timeline photos2022 rainfall totals from around North Texas. The drought is bad enough here in the DFW area, but even worse to our west and southwest based on the numbers at Granbury and Weatherford! ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

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There is really no words for all the dedication and hard work you all do and taken away from your family to protect others and put your life in danger! Many thanks and prayers for all!

Those stats are staggering! You guys and gals are amazing as well as awesome! God bless you all!

Thanks you all so much for your dedication and service to this and many other counties!

Y’all are incredible! Thank you for your hard work and perseverance!!! Praying for you guys everyday! ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ

We can't thank you enough!

So thankful for each one & all you do! A big Thank You!!

Thank you you ought to get paid

Thank you GVFD. You are appreciated. May God be with you and keep you. God's Speed.

Ok everybody. Now we know the numbers to beat for August!

Thanks to all of you….

Thank all of you, for what you do.

Keep up the amazing work yall.

Thank you for your service โค๏ธ๐Ÿ™

Thank you for all you do!

Sean Ansley

You are all incredible! Thank you for all you do for the community

Thank you for all you do to keep our city and county safe.

And we thank you so much for all yalls hard work

We appreciate our GVFD!

Thank you

Thankful for all you do

Thank you for all you do!

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The Hood County Fire Marshal's Office and Emergency Management would like to extend a HUGE thank you to Chipster's Grill for feeding the firefighters yesterday at the Colony Fire. Chipster's came out all the way from Bangs, Texas!

Thank you to everyone who has supported our local Hood County Fire Departments! It is greatly appreciated.
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2 weeks ago

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Thank you, folks for your time and compassion. God bless you guys!

That's awesome ๐Ÿ‘

That's awesome ๐Ÿ‘

That's awesome! Thank yall

That's awesome

That’s awesome

Thanks to everyone who helped the firefighters in whatever way they were able to help.

Great man right there. Always going to where he needed to be and always good food. Chip Barker

Thank you!

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If you would like to support our efforts to purchase additional firefighting equipment and supplies , the cash app is below. 
Every single dollar donated will be used for firefighter gear , equipment or wearing apparel . Thank You all for your continued support !

If you would like to support our efforts to purchase additional firefighting equipment and supplies , the cash app is below.
Every single dollar donated will be used for firefighter gear , equipment or wearing apparel . Thank You all for your continued support !
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2 weeks ago

There is dry , very dry and Bone dry !
Hood County is bone dry according to the KBDI .
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2 weeks ago

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Keetch-Byram Drought Index (KBDI) is an index used to determining forest fire potential. The drought index is based on a daily water balance, where a drought factor is balanced with precipitation and soil moisture (assumed to have a maximum storage capacity of 8-inches) and is expressed in hundredths of an inch of soil moisture depletion. The drought index ranges from 0 to 800, where a drought index of 0 represents no moisture depletion, and an index of 800 represents absolutely dry conditions. Presently, this index is derived from ground based estimates of temperature and precipitation derived from weather stations and interpolated manually by experts at Texas A&M Forest Service (TAMFS) for counties across the state. Researchers at Texas A&M University are working with TAMFS to derive this index from AVHRR satellite data and NEXRAD radar rainfall within a GIS.

Praying for all the fire fighters fighting the fires

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For everyone's Information kbdi is the KEETCH-BYRAM DROUGHT INDEX- THIS MEASURES MOISTURE IN THE DEEP DUFFS OR UPPER SOIL LAYERS.

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