Clicky

Frisco Fire Department

Frisco Fire Department City of Frisco, Texas Fire Department official page. If you have an emergency please call 9 If you have an issue that needs to be addressed by a member of our Administration Staff, please contact us Monday-Friday 8:00AM 5:00PM at 972.292.6300.

Operating as usual

Today is International Firefighters Day!  We honor all firefighters today and thank them for all they do to keep our com...
05/04/2022

Today is International Firefighters Day! We honor all firefighters today and thank them for all they do to keep our communities safe.

Today is Bike & Roll to School Day promoting both pedestrian safety and the importance of daily physical activity.  Visi...
05/04/2022
School Zone Safety | Frisco, TX - Official Website

Today is Bike & Roll to School Day promoting both pedestrian safety and the importance of daily physical activity. Visit the school zone safety page to take the pedestrian safety pledge and learn more.

Learning and practicing proper pedestrian habits are important life skills. Take the Walk 'n Roll Pledge and be on your way to a safe day.

Just after 3AM this morning, the Frisco Fire Department responded to a residential structure fire in District 8 near Leb...
05/02/2022

Just after 3AM this morning, the Frisco Fire Department responded to a residential structure fire in District 8 near Lebanon Rd and SH121. The fire was the result of a lighting strike. The home suffered extensive fire damage. Nobody was injured.

Rain chances for Frisco appear to begin around 10pm tonight with the highest chance for thunderstorms from 1am to 3am to...
05/02/2022

Rain chances for Frisco appear to begin around 10pm tonight with the highest chance for thunderstorms from 1am to 3am tonight.

Some storms could become strong to severe, however, the more severe storms are forecasted to be west of I-35.

Welcome to our five newest firefighters at the Frisco Fire Department! Today was Day 1 and they started the day meeting ...
04/26/2022

Welcome to our five newest firefighters at the Frisco Fire Department! Today was Day 1 and they started the day meeting the Command Staff and their mentors.

Photos from City of Frisco TX - City Hall's post
04/23/2022

Photos from City of Frisco TX - City Hall's post

A HUGE thank you to our Fleet Services staff. They keep the fire trucks rolling and able to respond to all emergencies. ...
04/23/2022

A HUGE thank you to our Fleet Services staff. They keep the fire trucks rolling and able to respond to all emergencies. In these photos they are using our new pump simulator/testing trailer to complete pump testing on our apparatus.

Frisco Fire Department responded to a working residential structure fire today in District 7. Flames and smoke were visi...
04/22/2022

Frisco Fire Department responded to a working residential structure fire today in District 7. Flames and smoke were visible on arrival. The fire was quickly controlled. There were no injuries.

A BIG THANK YOU to Frisco Police Department for presenting at FFD Citizen’s Fire Academy tonight!Tonight was all about D...
04/22/2022

A BIG THANK YOU to Frisco Police Department for presenting at FFD Citizen’s Fire Academy tonight!
Tonight was all about Dispatch/ 9-1-1 and also Fire Prevention at the FFD.

04/20/2022

Frisco PD has joined forces with Texas Health Frisco as part of #TakeBackDay on Saturday, April 30. Swing by 12400 Dallas Pkwy from 10a - 2p and dispose of your old/unused/unwanted medications. **Please note: Intravenous solutions, injectable items, and syringes will not be accepted.**

For more info and a list of locations, visit DEATakeBack.com.

The Frisco Fire Department responded to a working commercial structure fire in the 6100 block of Frisco Square. The auto...
04/18/2022

The Frisco Fire Department responded to a working commercial structure fire in the 6100 block of Frisco Square. The automatic fire sprinkler system activated and controlled the fire. There were no injuries and no significant damage. Great job to all the crews of FFD who responded! National Fire Sprinkler Association - NFSA

Frisco Fire Department was honored to host detectives from the Royal Thai Police from Thailand today. A special thank yo...
04/16/2022

Frisco Fire Department was honored to host detectives from the Royal Thai Police from Thailand today. A special thank you to Frisco Police Department for also presenting to our visitors!

04/15/2022

Atmos Energy will perform routine maintenance near Panther Creek and the BNSF Railroad in Frisco, resulting in the safe removal of natural gas on Friday, April 15, beginning at approximately 5 p.m.

This process will result in a controlled flame and moderate noise.

Atmos has advised this procedure is a necessary, safe, and standard industry practice used to extract natural gas from an isolated section of pipeline by burning it rather than allowing it to escape directly into the atmosphere. This routine practice reduces fugitive greenhouse gases and diminishes the mercaptan odorant to lessen the smell of natural gas in the air.

ATMOS UPDATE:Frisco Fire has responded to over 70 reports of gas odors.If you smell gas, call 9-1-1.  FFD crews are resp...
04/15/2022

ATMOS UPDATE:

Frisco Fire has responded to over 70 reports of gas odors.
If you smell gas, call 9-1-1. FFD crews are responding to all calls to determine whether the ‘gas smell’ is heavy mercaptan or an actual gas leak.

Since 6:45PM Frisco Fire has responded to about a dozen reports of gas odors. So far, firefighters have not found any ha...
04/15/2022

Since 6:45PM Frisco Fire has responded to about a dozen reports of gas odors. So far, firefighters have not found any hazardous levels of natural gas when responding to the calls.
Frisco Fire is working with Atmos, which reports ‘too much mercaptan’ was added to the gas lines. Mercaptan is added to natural gas to give it the distinctive odor, similar to rotten eggs. The odor is moving east to west and residents in both Denton and Collin counties may smell ‘gas’. If you smell gas, call 9-1-1. FFD crews are responding to all calls to determine whether the ‘gas smell’ is heavy mercaptan or an actual gas leak.

This week is Nat'l Telecommunicator's Week.  Today the FD's Citizen's Fire Academy Alumni volunteers provided personaliz...
04/13/2022

This week is Nat'l Telecommunicator's Week. Today the FD's Citizen's Fire Academy Alumni volunteers provided personalized gift bags for our awesome 911 operators. Frisco 911 does an amazing job when they 'answer the call'. Thank you to all the 911 operators for all you do!

Proud to be part of #CFAI300!
04/13/2022

Proud to be part of #CFAI300!

Focal Point Newsletter - April 7, 2022
04/08/2022
Focal Point Newsletter - April 7, 2022

Focal Point Newsletter - April 7, 2022

"Store-to-door’ drone delivery officially takes flight in Frisco! Coffee with the Mayor is back tomorrow morning. Registration for Clean It & Green continues and Frisco tops SmartAsset's "Safest Cities in the U.S." for 2022. Read this and more in today's Focal Point!

04/06/2022

Frisco Fire Department responded to a working structure fire on Printers Way in District 4 this morning. The sprinkler system controlled and extinguished the fire. Frisco Police Department was on scene to assist. National Fire Sprinkler Association - NFSA.

Know the difference between a watch and a warning.  In case of a tornado warning, have a safe room designated in your ho...
03/29/2022

Know the difference between a watch and a warning. In case of a tornado warning, have a safe room designated in your home on the lowest level, with no windows, in the interior part of the house if possible.

Yesterday we celebrated the retirement of Captain David Ferguson. Captain Ferguson was a member of Frisco Fire for over ...
03/24/2022

Yesterday we celebrated the retirement of Captain David Ferguson. Captain Ferguson was a member of Frisco Fire for over 25 years. He was a dedicated professional, revered by his colleagues and a trusted friend to all. Thank you for your service Captain!

Frisco FD and Plano Fire-Rescue personnel are deploying to Eastland, TX to assist with the wildfires.
03/18/2022

Frisco FD and Plano Fire-Rescue personnel are deploying to Eastland, TX to assist with the wildfires.

Let your kit be your lucky charm! ☘️ Make a go bag today. #ItsNotLuck #BeReady.
03/18/2022
Make A Plan | Ready.gov

Let your kit be your lucky charm! ☘️ Make a go bag today. #ItsNotLuck #BeReady.

Learn how to make a family emergency communication plan. Make a plan today. Your family may not be together if a disaster strikes, so it is important to know which types of disasters could affect your area. Know how you’ll contact one another and reconnect if separated. Establish a family meeting ...

Happy St. Patrick's Day!
03/17/2022

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

When making your emergency plan, don't forget to plan for your pets.
03/16/2022
Preparing Makes Sense for Pet Owners

When making your emergency plan, don't forget to plan for your pets.

A unique instructional video containing information for pet owners and suggestions for proactive pet emergency preparedness.

As we get closer to St. Patrick’s Day, here’s a reminder that #ItsNotLuck that prepares you for emergencies. 🍀 For tips ...
03/15/2022
Make A Plan | Ready.gov

As we get closer to St. Patrick’s Day, here’s a reminder that #ItsNotLuck that prepares you for emergencies. 🍀 For tips on how to prepare, visit Ready.gov/plan

Learn how to make a family emergency communication plan. Make a plan today. Your family may not be together if a disaster strikes, so it is important to know which types of disasters could affect your area. Know how you’ll contact one another and reconnect if separated. Establish a family meeting ...

When you change your clocks this weekend, don't forget to change your smoke alarm batteries, too.  Working smoke alarms ...
03/12/2022

When you change your clocks this weekend, don't forget to change your smoke alarm batteries, too. Working smoke alarms save lives! #firesafety

Last night we had a great time meeting with our Citizen's Fire Academy Alumni members. We appreciate their continued vol...
03/04/2022

Last night we had a great time meeting with our Citizen's Fire Academy Alumni members. We appreciate their continued volunteer service with the Frisco Fire Department. Thank you CFAA members!

E3-31 left this morning to report to Randall County Fire Department for a fill-in assignment in anticipation for the pos...
03/03/2022

E3-31 left this morning to report to Randall County Fire Department for a fill-in assignment in anticipation for the possibility of wildland fires this weekend and into next week. The crew consists of 2 Frisco Firefighters and 1 Lewisville Fire Department Firefighter. Crew could be deployed for up to 7 days.

Frisco FD personnel responded to a structure fire overnight. Crews did a fanstastic job of locating the fire and limitin...
02/24/2022

Frisco FD personnel responded to a structure fire overnight. Crews did a fanstastic job of locating the fire and limiting damage to the home.

Fire Safety Tip: Make sure to have your fireplace inspected annually by trained personnel.

Frisco Fire Department and Frisco Police Department are working multiple crashes. Most crashes are in the northern area ...
02/23/2022

Frisco Fire Department and Frisco Police Department are working multiple crashes. Most crashes are in the northern area of town (423, PGA, El Dorado, 380/Preston) and along the Sam Rayburn Tollway.

The Frisco FD has responded to three structure fires in the past two nights. There have been no injuries in any of the f...
02/22/2022

The Frisco FD has responded to three structure fires in the past two nights. There have been no injuries in any of the fires. Great job to the men and women responding!

Just a fire safety reminder: Do not overload outlets and always use extension cords properly.

Chief Piland and Deputy Chief Kyle Mills attended Frisco Day of Service, honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, ...
02/21/2022

Chief Piland and Deputy Chief Kyle Mills attended Frisco Day of Service, honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, this morning.

Address

8601 Gary Burns Dr
Frisco, TX
75034

Telephone

+19722926300

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Frisco Fire Department posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Contact The Business

Send a message to Frisco Fire Department:

Nearby government services


Other Government Organizations in Frisco

Show All

Comments

In this month’s episode of Safety Matters, the Frisco Police Department shows us its new online reporting portal. And the Frisco Fire Department gives us tips to get our homes ready for winter weather. Check this out and find out why #SafetyMatters.
Yesterday I attended the Collin County Commissioners Court at 1:30 in the afternoon. In the evening I attended an hour and a half online VDR training with March to the Polls - DFW. Once I return the paperwork they are sending me, I will be a certified Volunteer Deputy Registrar not just in Collin County where I got certified a year ago, but also Dallas, Denton & Tarrant Counties as well! I also submitted my application for Citizen Fire Academy with the Frisco Fire Department last night! Seats are limited so if you'd like to sign up, now is your chance before the class is full. I also signed up to become a volunteer with the City of Frisco TX - City Hall and applied to volunteer with the Shawnee Trail Cowboy Day later this year and to be involved with Play Frisco - Frisco Parks & Recreation at the Frisco Heritage Museum. Tonight is both the Frisco City Council Candidate Forum at Grace Church at 6pm and the Frisco ISD Board Meeting at 6:30. I'm not sure which I will attending. I wish I could be in two places at the same time... unless somebody wants to go to one and document it for me so I have something to look back on later. Please reach out if that person is you! ★ WATCH COMMISSIONERS COURT HERE ★ https://youtu.be/Sf4XSlbq4Dw I appreciate Joshua Murray for Accountable & Transparent Collin County, who is running to replace Judge Chris Hill, for speaking on the Covid pandemic and the Omicron variant. He has consistently shown up to these public meetings for the last year and been active longer than that. Josh states, "For nearly 7 years I’ve consistently attended government meetings racking up hundreds of hours listening & learning how our local government operates. I made this decision [to run for office] for many reasons, but most significant being our current County Judge has been abusive to elected officials, employees, and citizens of Collin County which has been counterproductive in creating a cohesive government." I also appreciate Judith for giving praise when and where it is due. One might have noticed... Where was Judge Chris Hill? Did you know that Frisco City Council Meetings are held in the evenings between 6-8 pm and stream online for those who can't attend? Did you know FISD Board Meetings are held in the evening between 6-8 pm? Did you know city planned events happen in the evenings or on weekends when the public is able to attend? It is not lost on me, nor many other residents I have spoken to over the last few years who are concerned with the Commissioner's Court choice to hold meetings at 1:30 on Monday afternoon when parents and concerned citizens are working and unable to voice their opinion or be included in the public process. There is a reason so much gets done behind closed doors in executive sessions and not publicly live-streamed. Maybe Chris couldn't be at his own court meeting today because of conflicting schedules? If I'm elected to be YOUR next representative in the Texas House I will work with other local leaders to bring accountability and transparency back into Collin County decision-making that affects every single one of us. I will advocate for moving Commissioners Court to an evening time slot to accommodate the public more broadly.
Our family from Frisco. Frisco Firefighters Frisco Fire Department
Yesterday afternoon, several large wildland fires broke out across northwest Texas and the Panhandle. The State had propositioned many resources ahead of the predicted fire weather. As a result of the many fast moving fires, additional resources were requested last night, to include 3 members of FMFD’s wildland team and our state brush truck. Crews travelled overnight and are headed this morning to the #TwinCreekFire in Moore County. Other departments on their strike team include Dallas Fire-Rescue, Lewisville Fire, Frisco Fire Department, and Little Elm Fire Department.
In this month’s episode of Safety Matters, the Frisco Police Department gives us tips to try to prevent porch pirates. And the Frisco Fire Department tells us how to safely decorate inside for the holidays. Check this out and learn why #SafetyMatters.
You still have time to donate at new, unwrapped toy to the Frisco Police Department & Frisco Fire Department's annual toy drive. So while you’re out shopping, buy a toy to benefit Frisco Family Services and Assistance Center of Collin County. Visit https://www.friscotexas.gov/1589/Holiday-Toy-Drive for a list of drop off sites. We're collecting through tomorrow.
I want to be a firefighter when I grow up and I f
Great morning for the Frosty 5k, though it was a lot less Frosty than in years past. Over 500 people out this morning. Merry Main Street kicks off tonight along with the Christmas Tree lighting. Hope to see you all there. City of Frisco TX - City Hall Play Frisco - Frisco Parks & Recreation Frisco Police Department Frisco Fire Department Angelia Pelham
Help the Frisco Police Department & Frisco Fire Department make it a happy holiday for all Frisco children. With the help of WFAA’s Santa’s Helpers, we’re collecting new, unwrapped toys through December 6th. You can drop them off tonight from 5 to 8 p.m. at Frisco Fire Safety Town. The toys will benefit Frisco Family Services and Assistance Center of Collin County. Visit https://www.friscotexas.gov/1589/Holiday-Toy-Drive for a list of drop off sites.
On Thursday, December 2, the City of Frisco TX and WFAA will be hosting a Santa's Helpers drive-thru donation event from 5 to 8pm at Frisco Fire Department Fire Safety Town (8601 Gary Burns Drive). Drop off new, unwrapped toys for a great cause! www.friscotexas.gov/1589/Holiday-Toy-Drive
Help the Frisco Police Department & the Frisco Fire Department make it a happy holiday for all Frisco children. With the help of WFAA’s Santa’s Helpers, we’re collecting new, unwrapped toys through December 6th. So while you’re out shopping, buy a toy to benefit Frisco Family Services and Assistance Center of Collin County. Visit https://www.friscotexas.gov/1589/Holiday-Toy-Drive for a list of drop off sites.
Frisco Fire Department