**RECREATIONAL FIRES BY PRE-
ISSUED PERMIT ONLY**
FIRES WILL NOT BE APPROVED WHEN WINDS ARE PROJECTED TO BE ABOVE 23 MPH
NO OUTDOOR BURNING
OF ORGANIC MATERIAL IS
ALLOWED IN THE CITY OF KELLER
The Real-time Drought Assessment System
of Texas A&M Forest Service for Tarrant
County has identified lower litter and duff
layers that will contribute to fire intensity
and will burn actively. Wildfire intensity
begins to increase significantly during early
Fall and larger fuels could burn or smolder
for several days.
THE BURNING OF ALL YARD DEBRIS IS PROHIBITED BY CITY ORDINANCE
REQUESTS FOR FIRES ARE ACCEPTED
MONDAY - FRIDAY FROM 0800-1700
PLEASE REVIEW THE RULES FOR RECREATIONAL FIRES BY CLICKING THIS LINK
|IMPORTANT NOTICE: ALL FIRE DEPARTMENT CONTRACTORS|
All Fire Department Permit Applications are dropped-off and picked-up at the Building/Development Customer Service Desk. The desk is located on the first floor at Town Hall, 1100 Bear Creek Pkwy. Please review our submittal requirements prior to dropping off your application to ensure proper procedures are followed. Any and all Fire Prevention questions will be answered by the Fire Marshal's office.
Fire Marshal - Debra Crafton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fire Inspector - Daniel Hughes (email@example.com)
The Fire Chief oversees all firefighters and substations. He is responsible for all aspects of fire fighting, supplies and rescue training budgets. He also serves as Emergency Management Coordinator for all city departments regarding Homeland Security and disaster planning, preparedness, response and recovery operations.
The Deputy Chief oversees all EMS, Training and Safety. He also coordinates with the Emergency Medical Director, a contract physician who assures quality control of all our paramedics.
The Training Officer manages all training, accreditation, and assists with Emergency Management.
The Fire Marshal and Fire Inspector are responsible for inspections, investigations and code compliance. They also work in conjunction with the city's Development Review Committee, reviewing all plans for fire code compliance and with builders during the construction process.
The Administrative Assistant provides support to all staff and assist's with various reporting, tracking, and processing of numerous financial transactions.
In an emergency, dial 9-1-1
Keller Town Hall, 1100 Bear Creek Parkway
|Mailing Address:||P.O. Box 770, Keller, TX 76244|
David Jones, Fire Chief
Fire Chief is responsible for overseeing all fire and rescue department activities and services.