Fire Department
300 W. Davis
Conroe, Texas 77301

Business Hours
Monday-Thursday 7:30am-5:30pm
Friday 8:00am-5:00pm

Phone: 936.522.3080

Tropical Storm Imelda Press Release:

October 4, 2019 | Austin, Texas | Press Release
On October 1st, Governor Abbott sent a letter to President Trump requesting a Presidential Disaster Declaration for six counties in the Gulf Coast region that sustained severe flooding that caused widespread damage. Today, the President granted Governor Abbott’s request that will provide Individual Assistance for those in Chambers, Harris, Jefferson, Liberty, Montgomery, and Orange counties. 
"I want to thank the President and FEMA for swiftly responding to Texas' call for assistance following Tropical Storm Imelda," said Governor Abbott. "The state of Texas' collaboration with the federal government will ensure our communities in the Gulf Coast region are equipped with the resources they need to recover as quickly as possible."
Individual Assistance includes up to $35,500 per household for damages sustained during the severe weather. For more information on how to apply for Individual Assistance, residents of these six counties can call 1-800-621-FEMA or visit 


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One hundred thirty-one 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.



In cooperation with Montgomery County 9-1-1, the Conroe Fire Department supports the use of Smart911, AlertMCTX, and Rave Facility.  Click on the icons below for more information and to sign up:

Smart911 allows citizens to provide the additional details that 9-1-1 call takers may need in order to assist them during an emergency.

AlertMCTX is the official emergency notification system used by Montgomery County 9-1-1 to communicate with residents during emergencies.  Sign up now to receive free alerts via text message, email, voice message or social media.

With Rave Facility, you can take an active role in protecting your employees, students, guests, and property by providing any information about your facilities that you want 9-1-1 and first responders to know, ahead of any emergency.



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