Community Risk Reduction Volunteer Program
The Community Risk Reduction Volunteer program allows the community to assist the Fort Worth Fire Department with non-emergency tasks. From teaching families about fire safety, assisting firefighters with installation of smoke alarms, acting as support staff for Fire Department banquets and ceremonies, handing out safety information at Mayfest, to donning bunker gear and walking alongside a fire truck during the Parade of Lights, these volunteers are vital in helping the Fort Worth Fire Department (FWFD) with community outreach and other activities throughout the year. They are an important part of the FWFD family!
To apply to be a member of this program, submit an application. You will be notified if a background check is needed.
- Are you prepared? Workshops will help residents save lives
- Fort Worth's first responders remember 9-11
- Community input needed for See Something, Say Something program to be effective
- City to assist with programming residents' weather radios
- Siren system provides warnings when you’re outdoors
- Firefighters, Cook Children's donate bleeding control kits to local schools
- Fire Department reports on busy fireworks patrols
- American Sign Language provides alerts to deaf and functional-needs residents
- Learn about disaster preparedness and response at September, October sessions
- New fire pumper goes into service in Handley
If you have an emergency, call 9-1-1
Open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.
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