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Fire Investigator Presentation By Dean Hensley

Chief Investigator Dean Hensley from Harris County Fire Marshal’s Office gives a fire investigations presentation at our facility for Aldine and mutual aid departments on Wednesday July 11th. A big thank you goes out to Mr. Hensley, Harris County Fire Marshal, Northwest Volunteer Fire Department and Ponderosa Fire Department. Have a wonderful Wednesday!

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Thank you Girls Scouts Troop #106005!

On Saturday June 30th, 2018, we had the pleasure to meet Girl Scouts Troop #106005 here at station 31. The troop donated some delicious cookies to our firefighters.Thank you Troop #106005!

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Please welcome Sparky to the community!

On June 30th, 2018, we introduced our newest member of Aldine Fire & Rescue, Sparky to the community. We had the privilege to participate at Sam’s Club Safety Event. Where we had the opportunity to interact with the community and spread fire safety tips. Host us at your next event and have the opportunity to meet Sparky!

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We would like to extend a big thank you to the Haz Mat crew and their support at the Harris County Fire Marshal

Aldine Fire and Rescue hosted a Haz Mat awareness and operations class for the department and mutual aid departments in the area.This training was conducted by the crew of Harris County Hazardous Materials Response Team. The turn out was great and the training excellent.Thank you Northwest Volunteer Fire Department for attending.

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A big thank you goes out to Little York Fire Department for allowing us access to their facility. This was a great opportunity to gain some experience in special rescue.

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Our Vision:

The Aldine Fire Department ESD 24 Shall continuously strive to meet the challenging needs of our community by providing a high level of readiness through training and development of our personnel. We will pursue the ability to integrate our resources with those communities surrounding our district working with our mutual aid departments to effectively provide and build a premier fire agency creating a safer environment improving our ISO classification. Our department will provide premier services to our citizens and employees through pride, commitment, and dedication. We will neither wish nor hope for something good to occur—we will make it happen.

Recent Calls For Service

Wed Jul, 18 2018 @ 15:09

Nature: Explosion

Location: Box #:1106 - - D & I TOOL

Address: 16343 Waverly Dr

City: Houston, TX 77032

Wed Jul, 18 2018 @ 09:15

Nature: Motor Vehicle Accident

Location: Box #:1108 - - LEO

Address: Imperial Valley Dr and Brushy Glen Dr

City: Houston, TX 77073

Wed Jul, 18 2018 @ 08:37

Nature: Medical Emergency

City: Houston

Wed Jul, 18 2018 @ 07:50

Nature: Fuel Spill

Location: Box #:1104 - -

Address: Aldine Westfield Rd and Rankin Rd

City: , 77073

Alarm Statistics

Jan: 251 July: 0
Feb: 189 Aug: 0
Mar: 206 Sep: 0
Apr: 217 Oct: 0
May: 265 Nov: 0
Jun: 72 Dec: 0
Past Years:
2018 YTD - 1200 2017 - 2643
2016 - 2450

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