Klein Volunteer Fire Dept proudly serving the community since 1951.
KVFD provides firefighting, rescue, education and support to CCEMS in the HCESD 16 area. We can always be reached by simply dialing 911…
Fire prevention skills and knowledge are the basis for community safety and wellbeing. Our Fire Prevention Educator is available to provide resources and coordinate group activities…
If you are at least 18 years of age, have courage, are dedicated, are assertive and willing to learn we have a volunteer opportunity for you… Learn More
KVFD was formed by the original landowners of the Klein community, located in northwest Harris County, TX in 1951 to provide fire protection for a 120 square mile area…
Klein Volunteer Fire Dept is located in North Harris County. Station 1 was created in 1951 and in sixty years the department has expanded to seven stations, 30 pieces of equipment, and has a first due response area of approximately 52 sq miles. The department has 200 personnel, this includes certified First Responders, EMTs, Paramedics, and administrative staff. KVFD also works closely with surrounding fire departments and EMS companies.
Klein Volunteer Fire Department had two family fun days at the Astros games! We attended the June 5th game against the Oakland Athletics and the July 1st game against the Chicago White Sox. We look forward to doing the same thing next year! You can visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/kleinfiredept to view more of our pictures from the games.
Please take a moment to look over the following safety tips for 4th of July! For many of us, the Fourth of July just wouldn’t be complete without fireworks. In 2015, there were 272 fires caused by fireworks so everyone needs to be mindful of how they can prevent injuries and property damage.
Interested in becoming a member of the Klein Volunteer Fire Department? Please click on the link below or stop by any of our eight (8) stations Monday evenings around 7pm or call our Administration Office Monday thru Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm at (281) 376-4449.
Below you will find more resources regarding fire prevention.