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PO BOX 386, 214 MAIN ST, THRALL, TX 76578
 
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ABOUT THE THRALL FIRE DEPARTMENT

We were founded in 1969 and have been providing services to our community for the past five decades the department has been staffed by volunteers!

We responding to fires, automobile accidents, medical emergencies and other emergency and non-emergency incidents in the Thrall and the surrounding areas. Together with neighboring volunteer fire departments in Coupland, Taylor and Weir we make up one of the largest districts in Williamson county known as ESD-10. Together we provide better coverage and faster response times than any single department could do on its own.

We rely on and appreciate the help we receive from local residents like you and local businesses. Without people like you we wouldn't be able to provide the services we do that save lives and serve the community. Thank you for your support!

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.

OUR WORK

A collection of images from our emergency scenes and training.

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VOLUNTEER

If you're interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter, you'd be
welcome at the Thrall Volunteer 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 Thrall Fire District

  • Be at least 18 years of age

  • Have a valid Drivers License, with no major vilolations

  • 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.

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GET IN TOUCH

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