Welcome to Nevada Volunteer Fire Department

Nevada Volunteer Fire Department in rural Collin County serves citizens of Nevada, Lavon, Copeville, and the outlying unincorporated areas within a 33 square mile district in Northeastern Texas with an approximate district population of five thousand residents.

 

 

The department was created in 1975, and has since then become a 501(c)3 with 97% of their funding coming from tax based entity’s including Collin County, the City of Nevada and the City of Lavon. The remaining 3% comes from the community through fundraising events and private donations.

 

 

Nevada Volunteer Fire Department currently operates two stations, one in the City of Lavon and one in the City of Nevada with apparatus responding from both stations. Both stations house two engines, two brush trucks, one squad, one tender, one command vehicle and one rehab vehicle.

 

 

Currently the membership roster contains 20 Firefighters, EMT’s, Paramedics and First Responders.

Run Statistics YTD

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Previous Years    
            2013:      537
            2012:      573
            2011:      548
            2010:      452
             2009:      426

Contact US

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 306
Nevada, TX. 75173

For Non-Emergencies:
877-801-NVFD


Nevada Fire Station
110 W. FM 6
Nevada, TX. 75173

Lavon Fire Station
501 A. Lincoln St.
Lavon, TX. 75166

Email us

 

Public Information Officer

Amy Cortez

Email: 

Amy.Cortez@Nevadavfd.org

 

Membership Inquiries

Chuck Pulvino

Email: Chuck.Pulvino@Nevadavfd.org

Meetings

Regular Business Meetings
held the 1st Monday of each Month at the Lavon City Hall Fire Training Room at 7 pm.

Training Meetings held the1st & 3rd Mondays of each Month at the Lavon City Hall Fire Training Room at 7:30 pm

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