Flood Damage Information Requested:

If your home or business is located within the City of Conroe limits and has sustained flood damage as a result of the recent rain, please contact the Office of Emergency Management at (936)522-3600 or via email at Please include your name, address, phone number and a description of your damage.

Storm Debris Removal:

The Public Works Department will pick up storm debris from flooded homes from the approved list given by Community Development. If your home has been flooded you must report it to Community Development at 936-522-3600 in order for it to be authorized for pick up.



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One hundred twenty-five professional firefighters and four civilian employees staff the Fire Department. The department offers service from six strategically located fire stations and the administrative offices at City Hall. The department heavily emphasizes fire prevention through educational programs, facility inspections, and plan review for new construction. When fires do occur, however, the department is prepared to respond with modern equipment and a highly trained and dedicated group of professional firefighters. A fire is only one of the emergencies that for which the department is prepared; water rescues, aerial rescues, confined space rescues, hazardous material incidents and natural disasters are a few examples of the type of incidents the department handles. In addition, a fire truck is usually the first to arrive on the scene in a medical emergency. The city's firefighters are trained to stabilize patients until paramedics arrive with an ambulance. The employees of the department also find time to participate in a wide variety of community events. Fire trucks are found at parades, at school carnivals, and even chauffeuring Santa Claus.


CFD Organizational Chart


2015 CFD Annual Report 


2014 CFD Annual Report 


2013 CFD Annual Report


2012 CFD Annual Report


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