Fire/EMS Operations

Firefighting Operations


  • 3 Shifts (24 Hours On / 48 Hours Off)
  • 4 Fire Companies – Officer In Charge
  • 14 Or More Firefighters On Duty Per Shift
Fires, Brush Fires, First Responder Medical Calls, High Water Rescues, Technical Rope Rescues, Vehicle Extractions and Other Emergencies

Structure Fire Standard Response


  • 3 Engines - Lieutenant, Driver and Firefighter
  • 1 Ladder Truck or Rescue Truck
  • 1 Command Vehicle
  • 2250+ Gallons Water
  • 11 Or More Fire Personnel
  • 3000 Feet Supply Hose (5 Inch Hose)
  • 10– 100 Foot Ladder Capability
  • Thermal Imaging Technology
  • Scott S.C.B.A.

EMS Operations


  • 7 Type 1 Ambulances in fleet
  • 4 Primary and 3 Reserve 2 Primary Ambulances  - 3 Shifts (24 hours on / 24 hours off)
  • 2 EMS Crews(Peak Ambulances) - 2 Shifts (12 hours on / 12 hours off
  • MICU (Mobile Intensive Care Unit)
  • 35 Medications
  • 12 Lead EKG Cardiac Monitors
  • Ventilators, EZ-IO Drills, CPAP
  • Specialized Procedures – Cricothyotomy, Thorocentesis
  • Support KPD with Tactical Paramedics
  • Fire rehab

Technical Rescue Team


  • 12 man team
  • SCUBA Certified Public Safety Divers
  • SRT Certified (Swift Water Rescue Technicians)
  • Technical Rope Rescue (Low and High Angle)
  • Confined Space
  • Boat Operators
  • Texas Task Force One and STRAC team members