There are 17 Fire Departments in Cooke County, Texas, serving a population of 39,064 people in an area of 875 square miles. There is 1 Fire Department per 2,297 people, and 1 Fire Department per 51 square miles.
In Texas, Cooke County is ranked 106th of 254 counties in Fire Departments per capita, and 67th of 254 counties in Fire Departments per square mile.
Find Cooke County, Texas fire departments, city fire stations, firefighters, brigades, chiefs, inspectors, marshals, and local volunteers.
Callisburg Volunteer Fire Department 45 Campbell Street Callisburg, TX
Era Volunteer Fire Department PO Box 159 Era, TX
Gainesville Fire Department Station 1 201 Santa Fe Street Gainesville, TX
Gainesville Fire Department Station 2 200 North Clements Street Gainesville, TX
Gainesville Fire Department Station 3 115 East Pecan Street Gainesville, TX
Indian Creek Volunteer Fire Department 550 Kiowa Drive West Gainesville, TX
Lake Kiowa Volunteer Fire Department 550 Kiowa Drive West Gainesville, TX
Lake Kiowa Volunteer Fire Department Station 2 Laborde Lane Gainesville, TX
Lindsay Volunteer Fire Department 637 Ash Street Lindsay, TX
Moss Lake Volunteer Fire Department 160 Farm to Market 1201 Exd Gainesville, TX
Moss Lake Volunteer Fire Department Farm to Market Road 1201 Gainesville, TX
Muenster Volunteer Fire Department 400 North Main Street Muenster, TX
Myra Volunteer Fire Department 1659 Farm To Market 1198 Myra, TX
Oak Ridge Volunteer Fire Department 7446 U.s. 82 Oak Ridge, TX
Oak Ridge Volunteer Fire Department 129 Oak Ridge Oak Ridge, TX
Rosston Volunteer Fire Department 89 Palmer Street Rosston, TX
Valley View Volunteer Fire Department Incorporated 102 Mc Cubbin Valley View, TX
Cooke County Fire Departments provide fire protection and emergency response services to the Cooke County, TX community with a mission to prevent the loss of life and property. In addition to responding to calls for fire suppression, Cooke County Fire Departments respond to medical emergencies, incidents involving hazardous materials, rescue calls, and motor vehicle or other accidents.You may contact the Fire Department for questions about: