Crowley Fire Department

Crowley Fire Department The CFD is dedicated to public safety. The main function of the CFD is to protect life, property and assets of the city from any emergency situation.

City of Crowley, TX
11/11/2019

City of Crowley, TX

BE ADVISED: Due to the weather, tonight's Veterans Day Program has been canceled.

City of Crowley, TX
10/23/2019

City of Crowley, TX

PLEASE NOTE SITE CHANGE:

With the rain in the forecast for the next few days the City Staff has decided to modify the Haunted Hayride event that was scheduled for this Saturday.

We are bringing the screams indoors!

Join us for a Haunted House at 320 E. Main Street (located right next door to House of Air).

There will be family friendly activities, carnival games, food vendors and more set up outside of the Haunted House.

Admission to this event is one canned food item per person. All canned goods will be donated to Crowley House of Hope.

Contact Julie Hepler at 817-297-2201 ext. 7040 for more information regarding this event.

UPDATE: Due to disaster relief efforts by the American Red Cross following the tornados in Dallas and Kaufman counties, ...
10/18/2019

UPDATE: Due to disaster relief efforts by the American Red Cross following the tornados in Dallas and Kaufman counties, ARC representatives will be unable to install smoke alarms in Crowley on Saturday as originally scheduled.

Please stay tuned for more details.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

BE ADVISED: On the morning of Saturday, Oct. 19, the Crowley Fire Department, in cooperation with the American Red Cross, will be placing door hangers with information concerning the availability of free smoke alarms in the following areas as part of the ARC’s 2019 Smoke Alarm Campaign:

• E Mission
• E Mustang
• Bovell
• E Glendale
• E Prairie View
• Prairie View Ct
• N Prairie View
• N Driskell

Representatives of the American Red Cross and the Crowley Fire Department will return on Saturday, Oct. 26, to install smoke alarms to those who have requested them.

10/11/2019

Outdoor warning sirens have been activated for a severe weather warning that encompasses the City of Crowley.

Severe Thunderstorm Warning For Crowley
The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Crowley. Seek shelter Immediately. Check local media for updates.

09/27/2019

*update*
Traffic will continue to be delayed for cleanup and investigation. All FD units have cleared at this time.

Crowley Fire is on location at 1187 and McCart with a major vehicle accident involving school bus and dump truck. NO CHILDREN were on the bus. Mutual aid received from Burleson Fire Dept, Rendon Fire Dept, and PHI Air Medical. Expect delays all East bound traffic is shutdown.

Crowley Texas Police Department
09/04/2019

Crowley Texas Police Department

As of September 1, 2019, Dispatchers in the State of Texas are recognized as First Responders. This has been a long wait but very well-deserved.

Congratulations to our Dispatchers. They are the first voice you hear when you call for help. Please help us congratulate them on this great achievement.

Construction inspection is complete.  Final build out will soon be taking place, and then delivery to the City of Crowle...
08/28/2019

Construction inspection is complete. Final build out will soon be taking place, and then delivery to the City of Crowley.

Crowley Fire Department will soon have another Spartan Pumper in their fleet as they completed final inspection this week.

08/07/2019

All clear now.

BE ADVISED: The Crowley FD and Crowley PD are working an accident at 1187 and McCart (near Nicky D’s). Please avoid the area.

Please be advised that FEMA will be conducting this test today.
08/07/2019

Please be advised that FEMA will be conducting this test today.

TODAY, Wednesday August 7th at 2:20 p.m. EDT, we will conduct a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission .

📵 Alerts will occur on TVs and radios, not cell phones!

While this specific test is for TV and radio there are many other ways to get alerts, including wireless phone alerts, mailing lists, apps & text.

✅ Find out what types of alerts your local authorities use and make sure you're getting them today.

Learn more about this test: fema.gov/emergency-alert-test

(Edit made on 8/7 to reflect the current day of the test)

City of Crowley, TX
07/23/2019

City of Crowley, TX

Demolition work has begun on the old Community Center to make way for a new Crowley Community Center that will be constructed at the same site in Bicentennial Park.

Crowley Texas Police Department
07/18/2019

Crowley Texas Police Department

New Program being offered by Crowley Police Department.

The Guardian Program was created to assist Law Enforcement during encounters with members of our community who have special needs. This includes persons who are non-verbal or affected by Autism,
Alzheimer’s, Dementia, or some other mental or intellectual disability. The goal of the program is to provide First Responders with critical information designed to help reunite families with registered participants.

HOW DOES THE GUARDIAN PROGRAM WORK?
Participation in the Crowley Guardian Program is free and voluntary. A completed application, proof of diagnosed disability, and a recent photograph of the participant must be submitted, in person, to the Crowley Police Department by the parent or guardian.

ELIGIBILITY
Participant or guardian must be a resident of the City of Crowley; and/or
Participant must attend school within the Crowley City Limits.

Participant may be unable to communicate basic personal information, or is prone to wander away or run away from guardian, home, or school due to a diagnosed medical disorder.

Applications are in each lobby of the Police Department.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
The application information and a current photo will be stored in our secure records database. Juvenile and health information will not be released to the public and is utilized solely for the purpose of providing better service for the registrant and the families during times of crisis.

Each year, registration must be updated. A recent photo should be provided to help identify the child or dependent adult. The registry should be updated immediately with any change in address, phone number, emergency contact, or purchase of a new vehicle.

HOW DOES THE GUARDIAN PROGRAM MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
If a special needs child or adult goes missing and is reported by the parent or guardian, information about physical appearance, the most likely places where he or she would go to, as well as triggers, stimulants, and de-escalation techniques will be available to every first responder in the area who is looking for the missing person. If the individual has not been reported and is incapable of effectively communicating his/her name to an officer, officers may use the individual’s physical description to search applicable registry photos, allowing first responders to make a more timely identification.

The Guardian Program registry allows police personnel to quickly access this information. Please be aware that there is no guarantee that the use of this registry will result in a positive outcome to every encounter with a First Responder. The interaction depends on the individual circumstances involved as well as the policies and procedures of the Crowley Police Department.

If you have any questions, please contact Officer Perry at (817)297-2276 extension 6504 or email at [email protected].

07/11/2019
City of Crowley, TX

City of Crowley, TX

STILL WITHOUT POWER? The Crowley Rec Center (405 S. Oak) and Crowley Public Library (409 S. Oak) have set up temporary cooling stations for those in the city who are still without power. If you need to get out of your house to cool off for a couple of hours, please stop by either facility and get a little reprieve from the heat.

07/11/2019
City of Crowley, TX

City of Crowley, TX

STILL WITHOUT POWER? The Crowley Rec Center (405 S. Oak) and Crowley Public Library (409 S. Oak) have set up temporary cooling stations for those in the city who are still without power. If you need to get out of your house to cool off for a couple of hours, please stop by either facility and get a little reprieve from the heat.

City of Crowley, TX
07/11/2019

City of Crowley, TX

We are excited to announce that Jesse Jennings will be joining us on Saturday evening for Celebration of Freedom! Jesse will take the stage at 8 p.m. and lead us into the fireworks show at 9:30 p.m. Bring your dancing shoes and join us at the Main Stage. Remember, Bicentennial Park will be closed from 8-5 p.m. on Saturday. Shuttle service from HF Stevens begins at 5 p.m. Vendors will be on site.

City of Crowley, TX
07/08/2019

City of Crowley, TX

The Celebration of Freedom has been rescheduled! Please plan to join us this Saturday.

Please note this is a modified schedule of events. The park will open at 5 p.m.

We will post periodic updates as we get commitments from vendors who will be participating.

Jesse Jennings will take the Main Stage at 8 p.m. and lead us into the fireworks show at 9:30 p.m.

Also, if the event does not go on as planned this Saturday, it will not be rescheduled.

Thank you.

Today begins the annual firefighter safety stand down.  This years emphasis involves cancer in the fire service and the ...
06/17/2019

Today begins the annual firefighter safety stand down. This years emphasis involves cancer in the fire service and the multiple ways to combat routine exposure to carcinogens.

During the week our firefighters will be training on multiple points to include health, nutrition, cancer prevention, and on scene strategies to combat exposure. Normal fire department operations will still occur, but extra training time is being dedicated to these issues.

06/04/2019
City of Crowley, TX

City of Crowley, TX

UPDATE: The road is now open. Thank you for your patience.

BE ADVISED: Business 1187 between Peach Street and Oak Street is currently closed in both directions while crews complete some road maintenance. There isn't a timetable as to when it will reopen. Please follow the detour signs if you're traveling in that area. We will post updates here as needed. Thank you in advance for your patience.

The Crowley Fire Department with assistance from the Burleson Fire Department is working a structure fire in the 800 blo...
05/16/2019

The Crowley Fire Department with assistance from the Burleson Fire Department is working a structure fire in the 800 block of East Prairie View Road.

Powerhouse employee safety fair. A-Shift station 1 enjoying their time explaining some of the CFD equipment utilized on ...
05/14/2019

Powerhouse employee safety fair. A-Shift station 1 enjoying their time explaining some of the CFD equipment utilized on emergency calls for service.

City of Crowley, TX
05/14/2019

City of Crowley, TX

On Wednesday (May 15), the City of Crowley will begin sweeping the streets. When the quadrant of your residence (see attached map A, B, C or D for exact streets) is scheduled for cleaning, please have your vehicles and trash cans off the street between the hours of 8 a.m.-4 p.m. (Please note: sweeping will be done as permitted by weather).

Wednesday, May 15: B1, B2, B3
Thursday, May 16: B3, B4
Friday, May 17: B4, B5
Monday, May 20: B5, D4, D3
Tuesday, May 21: D3, D2, D1
Wednesday, May 22: D1, D5
Thursday, May 23: D5, A1
Friday May, 24: A1, A2
Monday, May 27: No service
Tuesday, May 28: A2, A3, A4
Wednesday, May 29: A4, C8, C7
Thursday, May 30: C7, C6
Friday, May 31: C6, C5, C4
Monday, June 3: C4, C3, C2
Tuesday, June 4: C10, C9
Wednesday, June 5: C9, C1, C2

Quadrant A:

1. Crowley Original Town
2. Country Creek Estates
2. Holly Place
2. John Click Survey
2. Killingsworth Addition
2. Spellman Addition
2. Bullard Addition
3. Quail Creek Addition
4. Park West Addition

Quadrant B:

1. Crowley Original Town
1. Crowley Developers Addition
1. Eagle Heights Addition
2. Clyde Hampton Addition
3. Crowley Park Addition
4. Crescent Springs Addition
5. Centennial Place Addition

Quadrant C:

1. Crowley Original Town
1. Bells Subdivision
2. Meadowview Park Addition
2. Sagars Subdivision
3. Crowley Heights Addition
4. Peach Street Manor
4. Ray's Place II
4. Long Horn Village
5. Stone Brook Addition
6. Creekside (Phases 1-5)
7. Park Meadows Addition
8. Cambridge South
9. Creekside Addition (Phase 6)
10. Lasater Ranch

Quadrant D:

1. Crowley Park South
2. Crowley Park South
3. Mesa Vista Addition
4. Mira Vista Addition
5. Deer Creek Estates

05/14/2019
City of Crowley, TX

City of Crowley, TX

BE ADVISED: On Wednesday (May 15), the City Water Department will begin the processes to bring the West Main Street Elevated Water Storage Tank back on line. During this time, the system may experience some minor fluctuation in the water pressure. This will not impact the water quality. Thank you for your patience.

05/08/2019

Tomorrow (09 May 2019) is Dress in Purple Day in honor of Fallen First Responders Awareness Month. We wear purple to show that we remember the first responders who have died, the families that loved them, and the first responders that are still carrying on and serving their communities. Wear purple tomorrow to show your support! Don't forget to use the hashtag #makeitpurple

05/06/2019

*update* Industrial Boulevard is open to traffic again at this time.

CFD is working a vehicle accident off Industrial Boulevard. The roadway between Crowley Road and Beverly is closed to all traffic at this time.

05/04/2019

***update*** all CFD units have cleared this location. Tarrant County Sheriff units remain. Expect continued traffic delays.

**update** air medical has transported one patient from this location. 1187 remains closed.

*update* PHI Med 8 in on location, 1187 remains closed at this time.

The Crowley Fire Department is working a vehicle accident in the area of 1187 and London Lane. Air medical service has been requested to this location. Expect traffic delays in the area.

It’s not often that we have the opportunity to celebrate milestone birthdays at the fire station. Happy 21st to Firefigh...
04/29/2019

It’s not often that we have the opportunity to celebrate milestone birthdays at the fire station. Happy 21st to Firefighter Stephens.

The Crowley Fire Department is appreciative of the amazing public safety telecommunicators that work on the other end of...
04/22/2019

The Crowley Fire Department is appreciative of the amazing public safety telecommunicators that work on the other end of our radios. Last week was officially resolved as National Public Safety Telecommunicator’s Week. Thank you all for everything you do that goes unnoticed by so many.

04/21/2019

***update*** all CFD units have cleared this location.

The Crowley Fire Department is working a single vehicle roll over accident in the area of London Lane and FM 1187. Please avoid the area and expect traffic delays.

City of Crowley, TX
04/11/2019

City of Crowley, TX

PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE TO SATURDAY'S EASTER EGG HUNT.

C-Shift practicing different techniques at live fire training today.
04/04/2019

C-Shift practicing different techniques at live fire training today.

A-Shift conducting annual live fire training today.
04/02/2019

A-Shift conducting annual live fire training today.

City of Crowley, TX
02/19/2019

City of Crowley, TX

PARDON OUR DUST: Perhaps you’ve heard the rumors and rumblings of a new restaurant coming to town. Well, it’s now official! Let’s start spreading the news … In the coming days, you’ll begin seeing the arrival of construction components in the parking lot of 320 E. Main Street for the building of the long-awaited and much-anticipated Boo-Ray’s of New Orleans in downtown Crowley. It will be constructed in the northwest corner of the parking lot. By the end of the summer, it’ll be the go-to place for steaks, seafood, chicken, burgers and Cajun favorites. Check out the menu!

http://www.booraysofneworleans.com/Eats---Drinks.html

Officer Mike Carpenter. EOW February 13, 1979.Officer Carpenter, thank you for your service.  Crowley Police Department ...
02/13/2019

Officer Mike Carpenter. EOW February 13, 1979.

Officer Carpenter, thank you for your service. Crowley Police Department we love and support each of you on this day of remembrance.

In honor of the 40th Anniversary, Crowley PD would like to remember its only Police Officer to lose his life in the line of duty,

Officer Mike Carpenter. EOW February 13, 1979.

Officer Carpenter was shot and killed after stopping a pickup truck which had been reported stolen from Fort Worth earlier in the night.

Color photo of Officer Carpenter and copy of original newspaper report of the incident provided.

02/04/2019

As the weather begins to be more comfortable outside, the Crowley Fire Department would like to remind all residents of the city codes related to outdoor burning. The Crowley Fire Department does not intend to discourage legal and safe outdoor burning, but does desire to inform all residents of the proper way to legally conduct any recreational outdoor burning. Also know that any call to our dispatch office requires a response by our personnel to investigate and determine if the city codes are being followed.

City Of Crowley Fire Department
Fire Marshal’s Office
201 E Main St Crowley TX, 76036
Phone: (817) 297-1638 ext. 5020 Fax: (817) 297-5049

Open Burning and Recreational Fire’s Guidelines and Codes

Section 307.1.1 Prohibited Open Burning
Open burning that is offensive or objectionable because of smoke or odor emissions or when atmospheric conditions or local circumstances make such fires hazardous shall be prohibited.

Section 307.3 Extinguishment Authority
The fire code official is authorized to order the extinguishment by the permit holder, another person responsible or the fire department of open burning that creates or adds to a hazardous or objectionable situation.

Section 307.4 Location
The location for open burning shall not be less than 50 feet (15 240 mm) from any structure, and provisions shall be made to prevent the fire from spreading to within 50 feet (15 240 mm) of any structure.
Exceptions:
1. Fires in approved containers shall not be less than 15 feet (4572 mm) from a structure, property lines, or in public right of ways.
2. The location for permit required open pit burning shall not be less than 1000 feet from any structure, and provisions shall be made to prevent the fire from spreading to within one thousand (1000) feet of any structure.

Approved containers consist of commercially available fire pits with a spark/ember screen, which must be in place during burning. The fire pit cannot be overloaded with wood. The wood must be of small length and diameter.

Chiminea's are allowed as well, as long as there are no sparks, embers or fire emitting from the top.

Only natural wood can be used, no sawn lumber (construction material), trash, or other household debris can be burned.

Charcoal grills or wood burning smokers are allowed.

Burning in an open fire pit on the ground, like a campfire, or 55gal barrels are prohibited.

Section 307.5 Attendance.
Fires shall be constantly attended until the fire is extinguished. A minimum of one portable fire extinguisher complying with Section 906 with a minimum 4-A rating or other approved on-site fire-extinguishing equipment, such as dirt, sand, water barrel, garden hose or water truck, shall be available for immediate utilization

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Crowley, TX
76036

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