Holly Lake Volunteer Fire Department

 

Facts about the Holly Lake Volunteer Fire Department (HLVFD).

  • An all-volunteer fire department
  • Serves the Holly Lake Ranch and surrounding community in East Texas since 1971 covering 58 square miles.
  • Provides fire and rescue services and basic first aid.
  • Champion EMS Station
  • 501(c)(3) Corporation
  • ISO-assigned Property Protection Class (PPC) "5" that reduces homeowners insurance to all structures within 5 miles of the HLVFD station.

126 PR 7869 Hawkins, TX 75765

Coverage Area

coverage map

Mission Statement: To serve our community by providing residents with the best fire, medical, and rescue services.

 

 

Dial 911 in case of Emergency

 

 

 

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Saturday, March 2, 2019 through

November 30, 2019

at 7:00 pm

at the Fire Hall

 

Spring is upon us and that means spring cleaning. 

Here are a view tips to keep your spring cleanup, a fire safe one. 

  • Clean your garage of stored newspapers or other rubbish that can fuel a fire.
  • Change the batteries in your smoke alarms, flashlights, and carbon monoxide detectors.
  • Gently vacuum your smoke alarms to avoid  nuisance alarms. 
  • Keep outdoor debris or dead vegetation away from the house.
  • Check your propane barbecue grill hose for leaks and cracks; store propane outdoors.
  • Use barbecue grills outside only - not under overhangs or balconies, and away from combustibles.  
  • Never use gasoline to start the fire, and do not add charcoal lighter fluid once the fire has started. 
  • Place your outdoor barbecue grill in a safe area away from buildings, windows, heating, ventilation and air conditioning units or places with high/dead vegetation.
  • Properly dispose of your oily or greasy rags. If you must store them, keep them in a labeled, sealed, metal container.
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  Be safe and enjoy the warm weather.

  

    

Below are 2017 Award Recipients

From left to right:

Travis Rattan – Distinguished Service Award

Bill Bollinger – Officer of the Year Award

Doug Attaway – Firefighter of the Year Award

Corey Ervin – Top Hand Award

 

Please join us in congratulating these very dedicated firefighters.

 

 

Hook & Ladder

Every second Tuesday at 6:30 pm

at the HLVFD Fire Hall

Enjoy a pot luck supper, a brief program,

and support your Fire Department

 

 

Become a Holly Lake
Volunteer Firefighter

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter with the Holly Lake Volunteer Fire Department:

Come to a meeting on the first or third Tuesday.

Meet the firefighters and receive an application.

 

or

download an application.

(Print BOTH pages)

Page 1

Page 2

 

and bring them to a meeting.

 

HLVFD Member Requirements

  • Be between the age of 18 and 65 years
  • Be physically and mentally fit to meet the demands of the department
  • Have a valid Texas driver’s license and a clean driving record
  • Cannot have a felony
  • Able to meet time commitments
  • Attend training meetings 1st and 3rd Tuesdays at 6:30pm and last Saturday