Brazos County Precinct 4 Volunteer Fire Department
Burn Ban Lifted - Effective 11/07/2022
The Burn Ban issued by Brazos County Brazos County Commissioners court on October 25th, 2022 has been lifted. Please see www.precinct4/county-information for safe burning guidelines.
Burn Ban In Effect - 10/25/2022
A burn ban was issued by the Brazos County Commissioner’s Court on October 25th, 2022. The Burn Ban will be effective until further notice.
Burn Ban Lifted - Effective 08/30/2022
The Burn Ban issued by Brazos County Brazos County Commissioners court on June 28th, 2022 has been lifted. Please see www.precinct4/county-information for safe burning guidelines.
Our Service area & Capabilities
Brazos County Precinct 4 Fire Department has a response district of approximately 120 square miles and a population of around 5,000. We respond as mutual aid to neighboring counties and other Precincts in Brazos County.
We currently operate out of three fire stations and eleven emergency vehicles. Each piece of apparatus is equipped with a modern assortment of tools and supplies our firefighters use to handle emergencies. Precinct 4 VFD is dedicated to protect the lives and property in our community.
We strive daily to maintain 24/7 readiness through active recruiting and retention, progressive and comprehensive training, and building a strong family of Volunteer Firefighters.