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Houston Fire Department

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Slogan ~ "Courage, Commitment and Compassion"

Vision Statement ~ HFD will be recognized as a premier public service organization, respected and admired by our peers and the community as the most diverse, innovative, and efficient public safety provider in the world ...


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HFD Operation Stocking Stuffer Toy Drive and Giveaway
HFD kicked off its annual toy giveaway collection for area children on November 4, 2022. The toys collected will be distributed December 17, 2022 and will not require registration, operating on a first come first serve format. The drive through event will begin at 9 a.m. at Dick Graves Park, located at 2000 Reed Road Houston Texas 77051.

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The Houston Fire Department is Hiring!
Based on operational needs, applicants with an active Fire certification AND an active EMT certification prior to job offer date, are eligible for Incentive Pay if the Houston Fire Department initiates a Fast-Track class. $2,500 Fire and EMT certifications or $3,000 Fire and EMT Paramedic certifications.

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Firefighters 18 Percent Pay Increase
On June 30, 2021, Houston City Council voted to approve an Ordinance providing Houston Firefighters with an 18 percent pay raise over 3 fiscal years. Beginning the first full pay period in July 2021, firefighters will receive 6% pay increase, and an additional 6 percent per year in each of the follow two fiscal years.

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Firefighter Health and Safety Initiative
Firefighters have 9% higher rate of cancer diagnoses than the general public. Vehicle exhaust fumes and other residues on protective gear; a lifetime of environmental exposure to carcinogens in a compressed time period or chronic exposure throughout a firefighting career.

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Flood Response Equipment
The City of Houston is subject to flooding that may result in casualties and/or damage to property. The most frequent flood hazard in Houston is flash flooding. Riverine flooding and dam/levee failure are possible but considered less likely due to adequate maintenance practices. The most common flash flooding service demand is stranded motorist resulting from street-level flooding.

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What Houston Firefighters Love Most about What They Do...

Learn more about how you can become a Houston Firefighter at hfdcareers.org