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Timber Lakes Volunteer Fire Department

Timber Lakes Volunteer  Fire Department Timber Lakes Volunteer Fire Department
3434 Royal Oaks
Spring Texas 77380 In 2018 the department transisioned from 100% volunteer to combination department.

The Timber Lakes Volunteer Fire Department was established in 1969 and provides fire, rescue, and medical first response for the Timber Lakes / Timber Ridge community as well as other residential and commercial properties within the South Montgomery County TX area. Members meet for weekly training on Monday nights at 7pm, and anyone is welcome to come and observe. Any of our members would be happy

The Timber Lakes Volunteer Fire Department was established in 1969 and provides fire, rescue, and medical first response for the Timber Lakes / Timber Ridge community as well as other residential and commercial properties within the South Montgomery County TX area. Members meet for weekly training on Monday nights at 7pm, and anyone is welcome to come and observe. Any of our members would be happy

Operating as usual

The Fire Department is on Spring Creek Dr. doing annual fire hose testing. Spring Creek Dr. will be shut down for severa...
10/19/2022

The Fire Department is on Spring Creek Dr. doing annual fire hose testing. Spring Creek Dr. will be shut down for several hours between Hickory Hollow and Roaring Creek.

E-141 is currently on scene of an MVA on Sawdust Rd near Grogans Point. Please use caution when traveling in the area.
10/11/2022

E-141 is currently on scene of an MVA on Sawdust Rd near Grogans Point. Please use caution when traveling in the area.

E-141 is currently on scene of a lawn mower fire in the 2100 BLK of Sawdust Rd. Please be cautious in the area with the ...
10/05/2022

E-141 is currently on scene of a lawn mower fire in the 2100 BLK of Sawdust Rd. Please be cautious in the area with the crews working.

We would like to thank Next Construction and Pirate Paving for helping bring Station 141 back to life!!
10/02/2022

We would like to thank Next Construction and Pirate Paving for helping bring Station 141 back to life!!

We would like to thank everyone that came out and supported the FD today!!
10/02/2022

We would like to thank everyone that came out and supported the FD today!!

We are excited to have Emergency Sweets LLC join us for our open house! Come for some great BBQ and Ice Cream!! This wil...
09/21/2022

We are excited to have Emergency Sweets LLC join us for our open house!

Come for some great BBQ and Ice Cream!! This will be the event of the year!!!

Oct 1 4-6pm

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Today the Volunteers went over skills and live fire training!
09/18/2022

Today the Volunteers went over skills and live fire training!

Today crews from the Timber Lakes Fire Department are out conducting some training on our water rescue boats. Our member...
08/25/2022

Today crews from the Timber Lakes Fire Department are out conducting some training on our water rescue boats. Our members routinely conduct training to sharpen and maintain valuable skills and knowledge in order to deliver the best possible service to our citizens.

Photos from US National Weather Service Houston-Galveston Texas's post
08/23/2022

Photos from US National Weather Service Houston-Galveston Texas's post

08/22/2022

The ban on residential burning of limbs and leaves in unincorporated parts of Montgomery County has been lifted. All other burning must follow applicable state law.

CAN I BURN?

• Small limbs and leaves I gather on my residential property - YES *

* Local restrictions may apply, it is your responsibility to check

• Garbage, trash or man-made materials - NO

The burning of trash or rubbish is prohibited by state law in or near subdivisions or on less than 5 acres. Tx Local Govt Code 352.082
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/LG/htm/LG.352.htm

Land Clearing Operations: State Law prohibits the burning of land clearing debris on the surface of the ground in most of the Houston area, including Montgomery County, due to air quality.

Land clearing debris may be disposed of by hauling to a green waste recycling facility, by chipping or mulching, or by burning in a properly constructed pit with an Air Curtain Incinerator permitted through and operated in accordance with regulations set forth by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

Timeline photos
08/20/2022

Timeline photos

After weeks of hot, dry weather, SE Texas finally got some decent rainfall over these last two days. Rainfall totals were generally around 1-3" with the highest amounts reaching up to 4" or more!

Engine 141 and Chief 14 responded to a vehicle vs building located at the Doggie Daycare off Glenloch . We are happy to ...
08/19/2022

Engine 141 and Chief 14 responded to a vehicle vs building located at the Doggie Daycare off Glenloch . We are happy to report there were no injuries and all the animals are safe and not harmed.

FYI: Freeway closure this weekend.
08/19/2022

FYI: Freeway closure this weekend.

TxDOT Traffic Alert Reminder:

All I-45 southbound lanes will be closed from Friday, August 19, 2022 at 9 PM until Monday, August 22, 2022 at 5 AM.

Southbound vehicles will be detoured at the Creighton Road exit to the I-45 Feeder.

Do not attempt to cut through subdivisions along I-45 to avoid traffic. You will be turned around and cause a larger traffic delay.

The best way to avoid traffic is to either avoid the area all together or take an alternate route.

Today ST-184 wrapped up on the fire in Anderson County and are preparing for their next assignment.
08/16/2022

Today ST-184 wrapped up on the fire in Anderson County and are preparing for their next assignment.

Tonight ST-184 is in Anderson County assisting on an estimated 61 acre wildfire.
08/15/2022

Tonight ST-184 is in Anderson County assisting on an estimated 61 acre wildfire.

Even during down time the crews are training with one another. This is some of the best on the job training you can get.
08/14/2022

Even during down time the crews are training with one another. This is some of the best on the job training you can get.

08/12/2022

Freeway Closure this weekend.

Strike Team 184 has been out on the TNT Fire in Polk County for the past couple of days patrolling fire lines and ensuri...
08/12/2022

Strike Team 184 has been out on the TNT Fire in Polk County for the past couple of days patrolling fire lines and ensuring containment. They are continuing work on that fire today.

08/11/2022

Today's Drought Update - 8/11/2022

Yesterday's rains were welcome for those that were fortunate enough to receive them. Overall, our average drought index fell back under 700 for the first time in weeks, but parts of the county remain near the top of the drought scale at 775, representing the potential for significant wildfires.

For now, the burn ban needs to remain in effect...

B141 hit the ground running this morning as they joined other units to form TIFMAS Strike Team 184 and were immediately ...
08/11/2022

B141 hit the ground running this morning as they joined other units to form TIFMAS Strike Team 184 and were immediately assigned to the TNT Fire in Polk County. That fire is estimated at 383 acres and is now 100% contained.

Lt. Keith is deploying on B141 as part of a TIFMAS strike team made up from other departments in the area. He will be jo...
08/10/2022

Lt. Keith is deploying on B141 as part of a TIFMAS strike team made up from other departments in the area. He will be joined by a member from another department on our truck. They will be assisting with the wildfires in the state over the next couple of weeks.

Timeline photos
08/08/2022

Timeline photos

As we begin the school year, Conroe ISD would like to remind all motorists that school buses will be picking up and dropping off students across the District. Please be sure to slow down, watch for students waiting for the bus, and know when to stop for the school bus loading and unloading. We look forward to a safe, great start to the school year! 🚍

08/08/2022

Wildfire potential continues across the state and it’s more important than ever for Texans to stay vigilant with reducing the risk for wildfire around their home and being cautious with outdoor activities that may cause a spark. Texans can:

🔥 Assist first responders by ensuring property is accessible to emergency vehicles and street and house numbers are clearly visible and accurate.

🔥 Create an evacuation go-kit and plan at least two evacuation routes. Include the five P's in your Go Kit: people and pet supplies, prescriptions, papers, personal needs and priceless items. Visit https://bit.ly/2kzSUH3 to learn more.

🔥 Be extremely cautious of outdoor activities that may cause a spark or using equipment that may overheat and always obey local burn ban restrictions.

🔥 Limit the amount of flammable vegetation around your home, especially within the first 5 feet and extending out up to 100 feet.

Learn more about preparing for wildfire here: https://tfsweb.tamu.edu/PrepareYourHomeforWildfire/

Right now is not the time to be burning. This one burn pile turned into a 6 acre wildfire today. The burn ban is still a...
08/07/2022

Right now is not the time to be burning. This one burn pile turned into a 6 acre wildfire today. The burn ban is still active and the Fire Marshal’s Office along with other county law enforcement agencies are enforcing it.

There have been numerous people throughout the county, including in our district that are continuing to burn. We urge all residents to please refrain from burning and to follow the burn ban.

08/06/2022

9 out of 10 wildfires are human caused. Stay this summer, if a wildfire is spotted, contact local authorities immediately.

🔥 Obey local burn bans and restrictions! 215 counties currently have a burn ban and 99% of the state is experiencing some level of drought. Debris burning continues to be a leading cause of wildfires.

🔥 Welding, cutting, and grinding can produce sparks and ignite vegetation nearby. Clear the work area of any vegetation and always have a spotter and water source nearby.

🔥 Do not drive, park, or idle vehicles in tall vegetation. Stay on designated roads. Keep tires properly inflated.

Visit https://tfsweb.tamu.edu/CurrentSituation/ for more information.

REMINDER: The Burn Ban is still in effect and has just been extended for up to another 90 days. The Fire Marshal’s Offic...
08/03/2022

REMINDER: The Burn Ban is still in effect and has just been extended for up to another 90 days. The Fire Marshal’s Office is responding throughout the county and issuing citations to those in violation. The fine is up to $500 per charge. Many of these outdoor burns are easily turning into larger grass/woods fires. Please refrain from burning during these conditions.

Emergency Scene in the 25000 BLK of Spring Creek Dr. Down tree and power line. Roadway is shut down to traffic, please a...
07/28/2022

Emergency Scene in the 25000 BLK of Spring Creek Dr. Down tree and power line. Roadway is shut down to traffic, please avoid the area while crews work to clear the roadway.

Photos from Montgomery County Fire Marshal's Office's post
07/27/2022

Photos from Montgomery County Fire Marshal's Office's post

Montgomery County is still under a burn ban.
07/27/2022

Montgomery County is still under a burn ban.

Thanks Metro Fire Apparatus Specialists, Inc. Great Show!
07/24/2022

Thanks Metro Fire Apparatus Specialists, Inc. Great Show!

07/17/2022

We’re moving in the right direction in the west end of the county but residents on the east side of I-45 missed much of the recent rainfall.

Our average drought index has dropped to 670, more than 50 points off its peak. For now, the burn ban remains in effect as we don’t have a lot of rain in the forecast for at least the next few days.

07/15/2022

Much needed rainfall across parts of the County today, but not enough to lift the burn ban just yet.

Our average drought index for Montgomery County hit 724 today, one of the highest readings we’ve ever seen.

At this level, we would need 3” of rainfall just to return to normal and it would take over 7” for our ground to be fully saturated.

Only 1 day left to apply! Come be apart of our team and make a difference in your community.
07/12/2022

Only 1 day left to apply! Come be apart of our team and make a difference in your community.

07/07/2022

A Heat Advisory will likely be needed this weekend as early as Friday and most likely Saturday through Monday as Heat Index values reach and surpass 108 degrees.

Thanks for the help The Woodlands Fire Department! It’s great when departments work great with one another!
07/07/2022

Thanks for the help The Woodlands Fire Department! It’s great when departments work great with one another!

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3434 Royal Oaks Drive
Spring, TX
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Thanks Next Construction for taking care of the station!
Advisory for tomorrow. Please remember to stay hydrated.
Today Timber Lakes Fire Department took delivery of our new Engine 141. This truck is a 2022 Spartan Custom Pumper. This new engine is also sporting the departments new paint scheme and striping. We would like to give a huge thank you to Metro Fire Apparatus Specialists, Inc. for the outstanding work done on this truck and delivering a great product that will greatly fit our needs.
Please join the Timber Lakes Fire Department in congratulating one of our own, Firefighter Landan Thiem for a job well done in completing the 2022 Ironman Texas race.
We’d like to wish good luck to Fire Fighter Landan Thiem as he participates in today’s IRONMAN Texas triathlon! 
Today the county is under a red flag warning. Which means that with the current weather conditions, it is recommended not to conduct any outdoor burning.
For the last 2 days, B-141 and Strike Team 22-122 have been assigned to the Los Angeles Fire in La Salle County. The fire grew to an estimated 5,960 acres and is now 100% contained. Tomorrow the strike team will demobilize and the crews will return home after being deployed for 21 days and being assigned to a total of 9 incidents, traveling hundreds of miles, and helping contain thousands of acres of wildfires.
B-141 and ST-122 have been operating on another fire today, the Los Angeles Fire in La Salle County. This fire is currently estimated at around 3,000 acres and 10% contained. This is the team’s 9th assignment since being deployed.
B-141 and Strike Team 122 were back out at the Das Goat Fire in Medina County today assisting with bringing that incident under control.
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