City of Godley Fire Department

City of Godley Fire Department FB page of the City of Godley FD. Our mission is to protect lives and property, while serving our community to the best of our ability.
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The City of Godley Fire Department is dedicated to serving the citizens of Godley and western Johnson County. Station 1 is located at 200 S. Main and houses 1 Engine, 1 Tanker, 1 light rescue and 4 Brush/Attack rigs. CareFlite Medic 907 is housed here as well. Station 2 is located at 6317 Sky road and Houses 1 Engine, 1 light rescue and 3 Brush/Attack rigs. 2015 ended with the department running right at 1,100 calls to service and both stations have daytime staffing M-F. We current have 24 active members, consisting of 9 paramedics, 5 EMTs and 4 ECAs. All have differing levels of fire certification and some have specialties in technical fields. We strive to support those within our service area with the highest standards, timeliness and professionalism that we can. Thank you for your visit. If you want to become a member of our team, please feel free to apply at station1, 2 or FD Administration, located at 104 S. Main in Godley.

04/28/2019
Alvarado Police Department

Alvarado Police Department

Some unexpected Spring Storms have fired up out west and are headed towards the metroplex. Stay aware of the weather as Spring Storms are often unpredictable.

The NWS is current monitoring the situation with the weather and we will have personnel out if it turns into a significa...
04/17/2019

The NWS is current monitoring the situation with the weather and we will have personnel out if it turns into a significant event.

Latest information and timing on this afternoon and evening/night severe weather potential. Stay weather aware... and always have multiple ways to receive warnings.

US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas
04/17/2019

US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas

There will be a threat for strong to severe storms across the region on Wednesday afternoon. The greatest threat for severe storms will be near and east of the US Highway 281 corridor. The primary hazards will be very large to giant hail, damaging straight line winds and a few tornadoes. Continue to check back for updates to the forecast!

US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas
04/12/2019

US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas

Some strong or severe storms are expected late tonight into Saturday. Make sure you have a way to keep up with the weather!

US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas
04/11/2019

US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas

Showers and storms will increase in coverage Friday night into Saturday. Here's the latest on the heavy rain and severe weather potential. Stay weather aware!

US National Weather Service West Gulf River Forecast Center
04/11/2019

US National Weather Service West Gulf River Forecast Center

Scattered storms to begin Friday, but potential flooding will be focused for Saturday as the boundary slows and heavier downpours are possible.

Sabine and Neches River Systems and tributaries are primary flooding threat, but rises also possible on creeks and streams flowing into Trinity and Brazos Rivers as well.

Areas that see higher than 3+" have the potential to see moderate flooding, with minor flooding probable elsewhere.

Be aware if near creeks and streams this weekend into next week as rain will take time to drain into lakes and the Gulf of Mexico.

US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas
04/10/2019

US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas

It's going to be a hot and windy afternoon. There will be a threat for the spread of grass fires for areas west of I-35. Peak wind gusts up to 40 to 45 MPH. A Wind Advisory will go into effect at 11 AM and run through 9 PM for parts of the area.
An Ozone Action Day is in effect for the DFW area. Atmospheric conditions are expected to be favorable for producing high levels of ozone air pollution

Tonight: A cold front will slide southeastward into the area. tonight. South winds will shift to the north and northwest with speeds diminishing below 20 MPH. Little to no rain is expected with the front at this time.

City of GODLEY fire department would like to thank Cason lutrick for thinking of our department. We also want to thank e...
03/09/2019

City of GODLEY fire department would like to thank Cason lutrick for thinking of our department. We also want to thank everyone who came out and ran and donated. We really appreciate the generosity of you all! Thank all of you again for being so kind.

NWS Fort Worth 6:15 update. We are still in good shape in the immediate Godley area currently. Be careful and drive safe...
01/02/2019

NWS Fort Worth 6:15 update. We are still in good shape in the immediate Godley area currently. Be careful and drive safe.

Out and about this morning, we are seeing mainly a cold rain at this time (05:27). While rain is freezing to vehicles/wi...
01/02/2019

Out and about this morning, we are seeing mainly a cold rain at this time (05:27). While rain is freezing to vehicles/windshields, we are not seeing ice on the roads at this time. Be careful and we will continue to assess the activity.

US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas
12/16/2018

US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas

Expect a chilly night tonight (Saturday night) across most of the area. Mild and pleasant conditions are forecast Sunday through Tuesday. There will be a chance for a quick shot of rain on Wednesday before things dry out towards the end of next week.

Please remember to secure all yard decor, trampolines and anything else you don’t want to blow away. Winds are expecte...
12/13/2018

Please remember to secure all yard decor, trampolines and anything else you don’t want to blow away. Winds are expected to begin later this afternoon.

11/28/2018
Godley Firefighter's Association
11/02/2018

Godley Firefighter's Association

Please remember to check your filters in HVAC units and always make sure to be present when you first use your furnace for the season. Use of space heaters is highly discouraged. Also make sure all debris, clothing is away from front facing furnaces. You will also need to check batteries in your Carbon Monoxide detectors and install them if there are none present, if you are using gas. Time change this weekend is also the perfect time to replace those smoke detector batteries. Have a safe and healthy weekend!

11/01/2018

**October 2018 Calls to Service**

**93 Total**

Fires - 7 (Structure 3)

EMS - 59

Haz-Con - 1

Assist Other Agency (Service Calls) - 25

False Alarms - 1

10/19/2018
US National Weather Service West Gulf River Forecast Center
10/17/2018

US National Weather Service West Gulf River Forecast Center

Latest Flood Forecasts

To keep up-to-date with the latest forecasts within the West Gulf RFC area, refer to the following location:

https://www.weather.gov/wgrfc/

Select "Show all locations in flood"

Today's Wet and Cool forecast via US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas ,as well as totals though 10/16. For road...
10/17/2018

Today's Wet and Cool forecast via US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas ,as well as totals though 10/16. For road closures, please follow Johnson County Emergency Management and download their app for updated information.

10/16/2018
This is a prime example of how deceiving water over the roadway can be. It may not look like much, but this low water cr...
10/15/2018

This is a prime example of how deceiving water over the roadway can be. It may not look like much, but this low water crossing has approximately 5 feet of water flowing over it. This is CR 1126. Please DO NOT attempt it; you will not make it.

US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas
10/13/2018

US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas

A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for parts of North and Central Texas, in effect through 7 pm Saturday evening. Rainfall totals of two to three inches can be expected in the watch area, with isolated amounts of more than four inches possible. This heavy rain could lead to flash flooding.

Widespread showers and storms are expected through early afternoon . There is a threat for heavy rainfall, mainly across North Texas where a flash flood watch is in effect. In addition, there is a severe weather threat mainly across Central Texas in the region outlined in red. The main severe weather threats will be damaging wind gusts and quarter-sized hail, but isolated brief tornadoes are possible. Shower and storm activity should diminish later this afternoon and evening as the upper level disturbance moves east of the region.

US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas
10/12/2018

US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas

Widespread showers and storms are expected on Saturday as the remnants of currently Tropical Storm Sergio interact with copious moisture across North and Central Texas. There is a threat for heavy rainfall, mainly along and north of I-20/30 on Saturday and Saturday night, and this could lead to some flash flooding. In addition, there is a low severe weather threat mainly south of I-20 and west of I-45. The main threats will be a few damaging wind gusts and quarter-sized hail, but a tornado or two cannot be ruled out.

The heavy rainfall potential will continue on Sunday evening through Tuesday behind a powerful cold front. There is also a low severe weather potential on Sunday ahead of the front across parts of Central Texas. The main threats will be from a few damaging wind gusts and large hail, but activity will tend to diminish as it is undercut by the front. Heavy rainfall may lead to flash flooding across much of North and Central Texas during this time frame.

10/02/2018

**September 2018 Activity Report**

**110 Calls to service**

Fires - 9 (structure fires - 5)

Rescue/EMS - 75

Hazmat - 2

Service calls - 8

Assist other Agency - 15

False Alarms - 1

928 calls to service since January 1, 2018

We would like to thank everyone for coming out and a special thank you to Godley ISD, Derinda Cottle Stevenson and all t...
09/20/2018

We would like to thank everyone for coming out and a special thank you to Godley ISD, Derinda Cottle Stevenson and all the volunteers and Godley Athletic Booster Club, FFA and everyone else. We would like to give a special thanks to the young woman who stayed after hours and filled 2 trash bins with discarded waste strewn about. Please contact us so we can recognize you and your selfless actions for the benefit of the community. It is people like you that make this community a great place to live!

09/12/2018
Johnson County Emergency Services District #1

Johnson County Emergency Services District #1

Callers may experience technical difficulties when dialing 9-1-1 in the Johnson County area at this time. The alt. number for Johnson county sheriff’s office dispatch is 817-556-6060 or Fire Dispatch is 817-357-8800

City of Alvarado Fire Department
09/11/2018

City of Alvarado Fire Department

Never Forgetting means Never Forgetting.

09/03/2018

**August 2018 Activity Report**

**110 calls to service**

11 Fires

67 Rescue/EMS

4 Hazardous condition

13 Service Calls

12 Assist other agency

3 False Alarms

08/30/2018
Godley Police Department
08/29/2018

Godley Police Department

Thank You!! To the Godley FFA Booster Club for the donations of water and Gatorade from them and their supporters. It wa...
08/25/2018

Thank You!! To the Godley FFA Booster Club for the donations of water and Gatorade from them and their supporters. It was a great event for a great cause and we enjoyed having you all here!

08/15/2018

Again, ladies and gentlemen, please go ahead and call in your controlled burns before you light it. Let them know what you are intending to burn, your address and name. The dispatch number is 817-357-8800. This will prevent a fire truck from being sent to your location. Thank you and have a great week!! We appreciate serving you, but would love to remain at the station.

08/13/2018
City of Alvarado Fire Department

City of Alvarado Fire Department

The Burn Ban has been lifted. We ask you be very careful if you decide to burn and before burning contact the dispatch center at 817-357-8800 and let them know so they won't be dispatching fire departments to your control burn.

Family day last night at Station 1.
08/12/2018

Family day last night at Station 1.

US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas
08/06/2018

US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas

The warm weather continues today with highs in the upper 90s to near 100 degrees. There's a low chance for a few storms across parts of Central Texas, but most will remain dry. Elevated fire weather conditions will continue along and west of I-35 today due to hot temperatures, dry air, and breezy south winds along with parched fine fuels.

US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas
08/04/2018

US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas

Partly cloudy skies can be expected today with highs in the mid to upper 90s. It will continue to be dry, especially west of I-35 where humidity will drop to less than 25%. There will continue to be a threat for grass fires across the region.

08/03/2018
With near to slightly above normal temperatures, 15 mph southerly winds and low relative humidity numbers forecast for t...
08/03/2018

With near to slightly above normal temperatures, 15 mph southerly winds and low relative humidity numbers forecast for this weekend, NWS Fort Worth is expecting an Elevated Fire Danger. Below is a graphic from the Texas A&M Forest Service Firewise program. Please take appropriate steps to protect your investment and as always, report grass fires to 911. Have a safe weekend!

Mutual Aid Saturday to Somervell county. Started by a hay baler and burned to a ridge over the Brazos.
07/31/2018

Mutual Aid Saturday to Somervell county. Started by a hay baler and burned to a ridge over the Brazos.

07/31/2018

July Activity Report:

**121 Calls to service**

31 Fires (14 Grass fires)

60 EMS

2 Hazardous Condition

8 Service Calls

19 Assist other Agency

1 False Alarm

The Retreat fire. 7/23/2018
07/25/2018

The Retreat fire. 7/23/2018

Wildfire Education & Prevention - Texas A&M Forest Service
07/17/2018

Wildfire Education & Prevention - Texas A&M Forest Service

A fuels and fire behavior advisory has been issued focusing on the North Central region of Texas as the area of concern.

Be careful with outdoor activities that could spark a wildfire. #AnySparkCanCauseAWildfire

07/07/2018
We would like to thank United bible community for the generous donation at station 2 today. We appreciate everything eve...
07/05/2018

We would like to thank United bible community for the generous donation at station 2 today. We appreciate everything everyone has done for us. Thank you again.

Johnson County Emergency Management
07/03/2018

Johnson County Emergency Management

Johnson County Judge Roger Harmon, based on fuel loading, weather conditions, and the drought index in Johnson County, has issued a Disaster Declaration that includes a BAN on USE of FIREWORKS for 60hrs.

Thank You!! To Skeeter Sue Freese and the Bryant family for eaches Gatorade donation! It is greatly appreciated as well!
07/03/2018

Thank You!! To Skeeter Sue Freese and the Bryant family for eaches Gatorade donation! It is greatly appreciated as well!

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200 S Main, 6317 Sky RD, 104 S Main
Godley, TX
76044

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