ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT:

Brazos County Precinct 4 Fire Department is an all volunteer fire department that has a response district of approximately 120 square miles and a population of around 5,000. The area is unincorporated and consists of residential homes, multi-family dwellings, commercial property, industrial complexes, churches, nursing homes, day care centers, farms, ranches and sub-divisions in the rural northwest Brazos County, Texas. We operate out of three fire stations with six emergency apparatus; three fire engines and three booster trucks. Each piece of apparatus is equipped with a modern assortment of tools and supplies to handle any situation that may arise. Precinct 4 provides all the services of a typical fire department, to include fire protection, rescue, and first response to medical emergencies.

(PCT 4 Firefighters and Ladies Auxiliary – May 2017)

Brazos County Precinct 4 Fire Department’s membership consists of 25 firefighters and an executive board made up of the President, a vice-president, a secretary, a treasurer and the fire chief. As with any fire department in the United States, we are held to many of the same standards and requirements as established in the profession. Brazos County is growing at a fast rate and with that, so do the responsibilities of this department. We are committed to grow with this responsibility and provide efficient, well-organized, and safe emergency services to the community. 

 

Live Rent Free
Click on the image above to learn about our “Rent Free” program

ens-top

***Click Here to See Important Information about PCT4 VFD Public Protection Classification***