Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department

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Personnel from the NBVFD were at Wings Over Houston this weekend assisting with the First Aid Station and transporting p...
10/21/2019

Personnel from the NBVFD were at Wings Over Houston this weekend assisting with the First Aid Station and transporting patients to waiting ambulances. Great work!

This picture of the NBVFD patch was taken by Andrew Morgan. Mr. Morgan is currently aboard the International Space Stati...
09/12/2019

This picture of the NBVFD patch was taken by Andrew Morgan. Mr. Morgan is currently aboard the International Space Station.

9/11/2001 - We will NEVER FORGET
09/11/2019

9/11/2001 - We will NEVER FORGET

04/28/2019
City of Nassau Bay, Texas

NBVFD is standing by at the Nassau Bay Street Eatz Party! Mambo Jazz Kings is playing live!

Join us for our Nassau Bay Street Eatz Party at Nassau Bay Town Square, we are going strong until 10pm! Mambo Jazz Kings are on next at 8pm! Still plenty of beer and wine! Enjoy this live stream of the rest of the evening!

Thanks to the Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department, Nassau Bay Police Department, and City of Nassau Bay EMS for keeping this a fun and safe event for all!

City of Nassau Bay, Texas
02/20/2019

City of Nassau Bay, Texas

The City of Nassau Bay, along with the Nassau Bay Police Department and the Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department, held an emergency management drill today at the new Fire & EMS Facility. Fire Chief Tom George led staff through the exercise with the goal of helping Nassau Bay develop a plan to ensure continuity of operations – overall leading to a safer, more prepared environment. #nassaubay #emergencymgmt #preparedness #nbpd #nbvfd

We are officially responding from our new station!
12/02/2018

We are officially responding from our new station!

It’s Fire Prevention Week.
10/07/2018

It’s Fire Prevention Week.

Some recent photos on the progress at the new Nassau Bay Fire &EMS Station
09/14/2018

Some recent photos on the progress at the new Nassau Bay Fire &EMS Station

We have power!
08/10/2018

We have power!

08/08/2018

Bay at new station looking good!

Half way complete with the storefront windows.
07/27/2018

Half way complete with the storefront windows.

Started installing the glass at the front of the building today.
07/27/2018

Started installing the glass at the front of the building today.

Dorm hallway and office hallway at the new station.
07/27/2018

Dorm hallway and office hallway at the new station.

Part of the rear pad was poured today.
07/26/2018

Part of the rear pad was poured today.

The kitchen at the new station
07/25/2018

The kitchen at the new station

07/25/2018

This is a view from one of the patios on the third floor of the new station!

Our new building is getting closer to completion!
07/25/2018

Our new building is getting closer to completion!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day
03/17/2018

Happy St. Patrick’s Day

Remember to set your clocks ahead one hour when you go to bed Saturday night, and check your smoke alarms when you wake ...
03/08/2018

Remember to set your clocks ahead one hour when you go to bed Saturday night, and check your smoke alarms when you wake up Sunday morning.

Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department
02/25/2018

Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department

The NBVFD would like to thank all that have dropped off food and other supplies after Hurricane Harvey dropped 40+ inche...
09/02/2017
Click here to support Nassau Bay Employees' Harvey Relief organized by Stacey Amdur

The NBVFD would like to thank all that have dropped off food and other supplies after Hurricane Harvey dropped 40+ inches of rain on our area. The NBVFD worked around the clock for 6 days responding and supporting our community. Some of our members had up to 4 feet of water in their homes. The City of Nassau Bay has put up a gofundme page to assist our members and other city employees who are affected by the storm. You can find the page here, https://www.gofundme.com/4d89ktc

There are twelve employees who were affected by Harvey. These are the employees who kept our city safe and running while we weathered Harvey. They are the people who are still working to keep our city going, and will be integral in helping to rebuild Nassau Bay. Please consider donating now. We'...

Back to School .........when not to pass a school bus.
08/22/2017

Back to School .........when not to pass a school bus.

Timeline Photos
03/12/2017

Timeline Photos

Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department
03/08/2017

Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department

Rest In Peace Brother
03/08/2017

Rest In Peace Brother

Celebrating 50 years
02/26/2017

Celebrating 50 years

City of Nassau Bay, Texas
04/20/2016
City of Nassau Bay, Texas

City of Nassau Bay, Texas

Yesterday, Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department assisted Klein FD with evacuations from flooded areas in Northwest Harris County. We truly have an amazing Volunteer Fire Department. Thank you for all you do for our community and those around us. And thank you to all the emergency responders that risk their lives every day to take care of others.

#Thankful #WorkingTogether #NassauBay #VFD #KleinFD

05/08/2015

Engine 82 leaves the station for the last time. It will now serve at the Harris County Fire Training Field.

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05/01/2015

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Address

120 Surf Ct
Houston, TX
77058

General information

On February 11th, 1967 the Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department was officially formed. Chuck Miller assembled a group of residents and elected the interim officers. Chuck was the first Fire Chief of the NBVFD. (He served as Fire Chief until December 1971.) The newly elected officers formed committees to investigate such items as incorporation, training, communications and equipment. Within three weeks, Chief Miller had made arrangments to lease a 1952, 750 gallon per minute, American La France pumper from the Houston Fire Department. A initial budget was presented to the Nassau Bay Homeowners Association in the amount of $14,400 dollars. (The City of Nassau Bay was not incorporated until June 1970.) The first training the NBVFD received was from the Houston Fire Department. The first drill was held on February 28th, 1967. Captain F. J. Pratorus and Chief M. M. Jahnke of the Houston Fire Department met with the members and showed two films, then went out and Engineer R. O. Zimmerman led a guided tour around the pumper he had brought, which was similiar to the one the NBVFD would receive from Houston. For the next eleven weeks members were taken through every phase of fire fighting by thier Houston Fire Department instructors

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