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  • 19 Mar 2018 10:50 PM | Steve Gray (Administrator)

    We have just established our goals for this year and beyond:

    Short Term Goals

    1. Maintain an ISO rating of 9 for our district, including focus on Fire Wise Community efforts.

    2. Formalize departmental SOP's relative to administration, operations, safety, and vehicle use.

    3. Continue to focus on WUI (wild land urban interface) training to include wild land and structure.

    4. Expand training and use of fire boat to provide better suppression coverage as well as assistance in lake incidents.

    5. Pursue automatic aid agreements with Gordon and Santo Districts in consonance with ESD 1 policy.

    6. Increase First Responder capabilities, and support area EMS initiatives.

    Long Term Goals

    7. Increase recruiting efforts through internal recruitment initiatives.

    8. Increase/expand water supply capability within our district.

    9. Maintain long term view of achieving ISO 8B rating when making strategic planning decisions.

    10. Continue to broaden and expand the capabilities of LPPVFD.

    11. Strengthen and expand our involvement with our community involvement.


  • 7 Jan 2017 4:19 PM | Steve Gray (Administrator)

    Happy New Year from the LPP VFD!  I wanted to share some of our key goals for 2017 :

    •  We have prepared a first responder Emergency Care Attendant (ECA) Program implementation plan for our district and are moving forward.  The first step is identifying the volunteers who will serve our district in the capacity and we have a great first class shaping up.
    • We are strongly committed to community involvement. Norman and Gary will head up an on-going Adopt-a-Family effort. They will present a plan at February meeting.
    • Last year's budget was very capital intensive. This year we will focus on Command & Control, Training, and Operations. We will have a goal to complete a set of Standard Operating Procedures by the end of 2017.
    • Our By-Laws were updated last year to increase the requirements for Training, Attendance, and Response. This year we will put an increased focus on delivering on these commitments.
    • Our incident occurrence rate has been thankfully low, but we must not be complacent. We must remain vigilant and prepared to respond to emergency events!
    • As always, all individuals should remain vigilant to ensure our district safety and your own personal safety.  Please be especially vigilant regarding the potential for arson as seen recently in California and Tennessee. Report any suspicious activity via 911.  And personally  always identify alternative evacuation paths when attending public events/locations. In the event of an emergency, be prepared to leave through a lower traffic exit than the entry you came through.


Leadership Team

Doug Henderson

Fire Chief


Gary Lee

Assistant Chief

Steve Gray

Secretary/ Treasurer

Jerry Streeter

Training Coordinator

Wayne Campaign

Equipment Manager

The Firefighters

We have 33 active volunteer firefighters.  Our emergency response responsibilities include wildland fires, structure fires, and assistance to medical first responders.  We are stationed out of two locations: Station 1 is on FM2692 just below Lake Palo Pinto, and Station 2 is on Prickly Pear in 7R Ranch.  All personnel and both stations provide response throughout our fire district and provide mutual assistance to our neighboring fire districts.

In Case of Fire or Other Emergency - Dial 911


CONTACT US:

940-769-3195

email: LakePaloPintoVFD@gmail.com

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