The Huffman Volunteer Fire Department

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EST.1972

Huffman Volunteer Fire Department  was established in 1972 to provide community education, fire prevention, and fire suppression services to the Huffman and surrounding areas. 

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Currently in 2017

After 45+ years servicing the Huffman and surrounding areas HVFD has grown from 1 station located on 1960 to 2 stations located on FM 2100. HVFD started out with only 1 apparatus to now currently having 8 apparatus serving the district. Over the years we have also had a tremendous growth of 60+ volunteers from just a few volunteers from when this all started back in 1972.

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Dedication, Integrity, Honor

Thank you to all of the volunteers past and present, we appreciate  all of your selfless service that you have provided for Huffman and the surrounding areas. 

Stations

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Station 51

Station 51 is centrally located at 24141 FM 2100 just north of the intersection of FM 1960 and FM 2100. Station  51 is home to an Engine, Tanker, Rescue, Rehab, and Brush Truck. Station 51 features 2 drive-thru bays, living quarters for 6 firefighters,the Department's meeting/training room, as well as multiple training props. Station 51 is staffed by 3 shifts that work on a 9-day rotation that is supplemented by volunteer firefighters. 

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Station 52

Station 52 is located at 54 Ivy Leaf Dr, just east of FM 2100 on Huffman's North side. Built in 2010, station 52 houses an Engine, Tanker, Brush Truck, Utility, and a reserve ESD #4 Medic unit. The station features 2 drive-thru bays, enough space for Fire and EMS personnel, training props, as well as a breathing air cascade system.

 

Apparatus

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Engine 51

  • 2013 Spartan
  • 1,500 Gallon Tank
  • 1,500 GPM pump
  • Seats 6 Firefighters
  • Extrication equipment
  •  C.A.F.S.  

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Tanker 51

  • 2009 International 
  • 2,300 Gallon Tank
  • 500 GPM Pump
  • NPV Ventilation Fan
  • Seats 2 Firefighters

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Rehab 51

  • 2009 Chevy Tahoe
  • Seats 5 personnel 
  • Provides rehabilitation to firefighters on scene of emergency incidents. 

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Brush 51

  • 2005 Ford F-350 
  • 4WD 
  • 250 Gallon Tank
  • 250 GPM Pump
  • Forestry/Wildland Firefighting Equipment and hose. 


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Engine 52

  • 2004 Pierce 
  • 750 Gallon Tank
  • 1,500 GPM Pump
  • Seats 4 Firefighters
  • Extrication Equipment 

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Tanker 52

  • 2011 Spartan 
  • 3,500 Gallon Tank
  • 1,500 GPM Pump
  • Seats 6 Firefighters
  • 3,500 Gallon Portable Dump Tank

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Brush 52

 

  • 2016 Dodge Ram 3500
  • 4WD
  • 300 Gallon Tank
  • 250 GPM Pump
  • Forestry/Wildland Firefighting Equipment and hose. 
  • Seats 2

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Squad 502

  • 2010 Ford Expedition
  • BLS Equipment
  • Seats 5 
  • Squad 502 is assigned to the Asst. Chief and is used on a variety of emergencies as a command vehicle.


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Squad 501

  • 2016 Dodge Ram 2500
  • 4WD
  • BLS Equipment
  • Seats 5 
  • Squad 501 is assigned to the Fire Chief and is used on a variety of emergencies as a command vehicle.


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Engine 53

  • 2004 Pierce Contender 
  • 750 Gallon Tank
  • 1500 GPM Pump
  • Seats 5 Firefighters
  • Extrication Equipment 
  • C.A.F.S.