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Volunteer firefighting. What’s in it for you?

The benefits of being a volunteer firefighter are many.
There’s the technical training and real life skills you’ll receive.
The satisfaction of teaching kids and seniors about fire safety.
The fact that no two days are ever the same.
There’s the immense sense of pride and satisfaction that comes from giving back to your community by doing a vital job.
And maybe most important, the camaraderie, the feeling of family, the lasting relationships you’ll build belonging to a team that shares one overriding goal: to be of service to others in their time of greatest need.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter please fill out the form below.

Someone from your local department will contact you within 30 days to give you more information about joining the department.

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Briefly describe any fire, rescue or EMS training you may have (not required for new members):

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All volunteer fire departments in Bosque County are independent organizations under the control of local members as defined in their by-laws. Bosque County does not control or have any influence over their policies, practices or personnel. Information provided in this form will be forwarded to the appropriate person at your local department. It will not be sold or used for purposes outside of official business.