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403 FM 1466, COUPLAND, TX 78615
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We were founded in 1979 and have been providing services to our community for the past four decades.

The department is staffed entirely by volunteers, responding to fires, automobile accidents, medical emergencies and other incidents in Coupland and the surrounding district (ESD10).


We also cooperate with neighboring volunteer departments in Taylor, Thrall, and Weir, through an "auto aid" agreement. Together we assist on calls across these local communities, providing better coverage than a single department could do on its own.


We rely on and appreciate all the help we recieve from local residents and businesses, without you we wouldn't be able to provide the services we do.  Thank you.


We also look forward to seeing you at any of our fundraisers and Emergency Service District meetings.  

If you're interested in volunteering to serve your community, we're always on the look out for additional manpower/womanpower. Take a look at our Volunteer section and get in touch.


[ Read our Mission Statement ]

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A collection of images from our emergency scenes and training.

Outside Fire January 2017 - Engine 1
Coupland 320 at Vehicle Fire
Outside Fire at Dusk - January 2017
Coupland 302 operating Attack 1 Pump at Structure Fire - Summer 2015
Structure Fire in Thrall, with Coupland, Weir and Taylor VFDs
Training Burn Day with local FDs at Leander
Coupland 321 and 327 at Structure fire in Weir
Vehicle Extrication
Star Flight on scene of motor vehicle accident - Coupland Engine 2 in background


If you're interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter, you'd be
welcome at the Coupland Fire Department.

You can reach out to us via the form on this page, or feel free to drop
in on our regular meetings or fundraisers (see the Calendar section).

Volunteers must:

  • Live within 8 miles of the Coupland Fire District

  • Be at least 18 years of age

  • Have a valid Driver's License, with no major violations

  • Be in good physical health & able to carry heavy objects (100lbs)

  • Be willing to obtain a CPR/AED card

  • Submit to a background check

  • Act in a professional manner at all times and abide by department by-laws, regulations and policies

  • Be willing to get up in the middle of the night to help ANYONE

Work as a volunteer firefighter can be physically and emotionally demanding, but also very rewarding.

Send us your details we'll contact you with more information

Thanks for your message


We'd love to hear from you

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