Welcome to Magnolia VFD
The MVFD is pleased to announce our run totals for 2015!
In 2015 we responded to a total of 5264 calls for service.
Our average response time to a call for service was 7 minutes and 31 seconds. Response time was down by a full 45 seconds. Congratulations to our members for a job well done.
Montgomery County Rescinds Burn Ban
MCFMO Press Release
Magnolia Firefighters Honored for Heroic Rescue
Two of Magnolia's Bravest were honored by the 100 Club at the Bayou City Event Center on May 13 of this year. These 2 firefighters were selected to be the 2015 Firefighters of the Year for their heroic actions at a house fire in the Magnolia Area in July of 2014. Magnolia Firefighter/EMT's David Reyes and Larry Dixon were dispatched to a medical call at a residence and were responding to provide Emergency Medical Care. Montgomery County Sheriff's Officers, who were also dispatched arrived and discovered heavy smoke coming from the windows of a mobile home. Firefighters Reyes and Dixon arrived at the location in a medical response unit recognized the immediate threat to the occupant of the residence, and at great personal risk, entered the building without benefit of protective fire gear or fire hoses. They encountered heavy smoke and fire conditions from the burning furniture but were able to reach the unconscious female and remove her from the home. Later arriving firefighters were able to extinguish the fire. The rescued unconscious victim suffered from the effects of smoke inhalation and was transported by Helicopter to Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston where she recovered from her injuries.
100 Club Ricipients
Serving the Community Since 1952!
Firefighter of the Quarter
Chaplain Mark Akers Honored
MVFD Station 186 hosts Open House
Dedication of New Ladder Truck
The dedication took place at Station 186 located at 32707 FM 2978, Magnolia, Tx 77354.
Annual Report Good News for Magnolia VFD
Magnolia VFD Plans New Stations, Increased Staffing
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New Addition to MVFD Fleet Will Help Rehab Firefighters
Proposed Road Projects In The Magnolia Area
MVFD SAVES OVER $5 MILLION OF IMMEDIATELY THREATENED HOMES
MVFD Prepares for ISO Rating
Westwood Magnolia Parkway Improvement District Purchases Used Ladder Truck For Fire Department
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Montgomery County ESD #10 & MVFD To Add A New Fire Engine To Aging Fleet
Magnolia Volunteer Fire Department Secures $88,000 Grant for Fire Protection
Burn Ban Lifted for Montgomery County
September 23, 2013
Due to improving conditions and recent rainfall, the Ban on residential burning of limbs and brush has been lifted. The ban on burning garbage or rubbish remains in effect year round and cannot be lifted. Burning of rubbish or household garbage in subdivisions or on less than 5 acres is a Class C Misdemeanor with a fine up to $500. Deputy Fire Marshals continue to issue citations for illegal burning of trash and rubbish. For more information about outdoor burning, visit the Montgomery County Fire Marshal's website at www.mctx.org/fire or call at 936-538-8288.
Happy 4th of July from MVFD
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MVFD Adds Four New Tanker Trucks to Fleet
Montgomery County Fire Marshal
Outdoor Burning Update
CODE RED ALERTS
The Magnolia Volunteer Fire Department highly encourages all Montgomery County residents that have not registered with Code Red (Emergency Notification System) to go to the following website and do so. Montgomery County Emergency Communication District [Montgomery County 911] has recently initiated this Emergency Notification System (ENS) to provide telephone messages to citizens during emergency situations.
MVFD SEEKS MONTGOMERY, GRIMES AND WALLER COUNTY FIRE PHOTOS
We are inviting the public to share digital pictures and short videos taken of the Tri-county wildfire. Please include the location where it was taken. You may email all photos and videos to: email@example.com
FEMA: Food & Water in an Emergency
Montgomery County ESD #10 & MVFD Take Delivery of 3 New Fire Engines
These state-of-the-art engines carry 1000 gallons of water, firefighting foam, 2000 ft. of large diameter hose, rescue equipment and many other firefighting tools.
The fire trucks also have 2000 gallons per minute water pumps for firefighting.