Welcome to the League City Volunteer Fire Department. The volunteer department is made up of just over 120 volunteers.
It is the mission of the League City Fire Department to preserve life and property, promote public safety and foster economic growth through leadership, management and actions, as an all-risk life safety response provider that is committed to superior service to our customers, the citizens and visitors of League City.
We Need You
The department is very excited that you are interested in joining this great organization and we want to answer all of your questions. League City Volunteer Fire Department is comprised of individuals from all types of backgrounds ranging from NASA engineers, business owners, plant workers, stay at home parents, college students, and many more from our community. We depend on this diversity to keep our department running and to bring in fresh ideas.
If you are interested, you are more than welcome to visit any one of our stations and talk to the firefighters. The best time to show up would be any Tuesday around 6:15 p.m. They are more than willing to talk to you about joining. If you come for a visit, bring your family and/or friends with you. We are a very family-orientated department and encourage you to introduce us to your family.
League City Earns Highest ISO Rating
Texas State Fire Marshal, Chris Connealy, presented the City of League City with an Insurance Services Office, Inc. (ISO) rating 1/1Y at the Council meeting on April 11, 2017 for improving the fire safety of the city.
A rating of ISO 1 represents the highest rating of fire protection status that a city can achieve. This places League City in the 99.5%ile nationwide.
This rating impacts fire insurance premiums for home owners and business owners could be the least expensive available (check with local providers). Residents are encouraged to ask their insurance providers how the new rating may impact premiums by providing them with this letter (PDF) from the State Fire Marshal's office.