The Georgetown Fire Department Emergency Services Division is multi-faceted and is responsible for delivering direct emergency and non-emergency services for 138 square miles, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, to the citizens and visitors of Georgetown, which has a combined population nearing 100,000. This division is under the command of Assistant Fire Chief Jeff Davis. His support staff is three Battalion Chiefs/Shift Commanders that are each responsible for a specific twenty-four-hour shift (A, B or C).
Firefighters are fully trained to respond to a variety of calls, including emergency medical calls, building fires, rescues, wild fires, automobile accidents, hazardous materials calls, boating accidents, drowning, fire alarm activations, lock-in/lock-outs and other calls for service.
Fire stations are strategically located throughout the city. Click here for further fire station information.
If you are ever in need of our help, please do not hesitate to call 911 for emergencies. If you simply have a question or request, you can call Fire Support Services at 512-930-FIRE (3473), Monday–Friday 8-12 and 1-5.