Saturday, August 6th, 2022
The Abilene Fire Department held its Abilene Area Fire Control Conference 2022 on August 4-6, 2022, in conjunction with Texas Engineering Extension Service. They provided training and continuing educa...
Monday, August 1st, 2022
Congrats to Brad Butler and Lanham Bishop III for promoting to Lieutenant. Thank you and congrats.
Monday, June 6th, 2022
Congratulations to Richard "Pete" Bilbrey for his promotion to Assistant Chief. He contributes so much to the department, and the View Community. Thank you and congratulations.
Sunday, May 29th, 2022
Mesquite Heat Fire 10,960 acres 05/29/222 - now 100% containmentMay 17, 2022 a large fire started close to Coronado’s Camp with very high winds and rough terrain. The initial call for the fire w...
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New Station Needs
We have outgrown the capacity of our current station and are in the process of planning a new one. The pictures allow you to see why a new station is necessary. We have limited space for storage. We do not have adequate clearance between trucks to walk around or safely dress out for fires and emergencies. Our insulation is falling from the roof.  We have gravel floors that make it difficult to service and maintain our equipment. It also hinders us from keeping the unwanted dirt and debris out of the station. These photos go along with the New Station Plans news release we have posted on our website.
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New Station Needs
We have outgrown the capacity of our current station and are in the process of planning a new one. The pictures allow you to see why a new station is necessary. We have limited space for storage. We do not have adequate clearance between trucks to walk around or safely dress out for fires and emergencies. Our insulation is falling from the roof.  We have gravel floors that make it difficult to service and maintain our equipment. It also hinders us from keeping the unwanted dirt and debris out of the station. These photos go along with the New Station Plans news release we have posted on our website.
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New Station Needs
We have outgrown the capacity of our current station and are in the process of planning a new one. The pictures allow you to see why a new station is necessary. We have limited space for storage. We do not have adequate clearance between trucks to walk around or safely dress out for fires and emergencies. Our insulation is falling from the roof.  We have gravel floors that make it difficult to service and maintain our equipment. It also hinders us from keeping the unwanted dirt and debris out of the station. These photos go along with the New Station Plans news release we have posted on our website.
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New Station Needs
We have outgrown the capacity of our current station and are in the process of planning a new one. The pictures allow you to see why a new station is necessary. We have limited space for storage. We do not have adequate clearance between trucks to walk around or safely dress out for fires and emergencies. Our insulation is falling from the roof.  We have gravel floors that make it difficult to service and maintain our equipment. It also hinders us from keeping the unwanted dirt and debris out of the station. These photos go along with the New Station Plans news release we have posted on our website.
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