Dear Visitors and Citizens:
Our facilities are temporarily
closed to the public.
Previously scheduled tours and community meetings are cancelled
at this time until further notice. The Brazos County Precinct 3 Volunteer Fire
Department is taking proactive measures to limit nonessential interaction
between the public and our staff.
We apologize for this inconvenience and thank you for your
Our department is still in operation, and our volunteers are
still responding to calls for service from the community.
We continue to check our equipment and supplies on an ongoing
basis to ensure that they are response-ready.
If you have an emergency, please Dial
For Non-Emergencies, call Brazos County Dispatch at
When you call for assistance needing
responders via 9-1-1 or the Brazos County Dispatch non-emergency line, you will
be asked additional questions pertaining to possible exposure or symptoms
related to COVID-19. Please be patient with the dispatchers and answer their
screening questions the best as fully as you can. These screening questions are
based on best-practices, and are being asked in order to protect our responders
and to provide you the best possible service.
When our responders (and personnel on an
ambulance from the city) arrive, they will be wearing additional personal
protective equipment (masks, eyewear, gowns, etc.). Please do not be alarmed.
This is for both your protection and the protection of the responders.
If you have flu-like symptoms, have contacted
someone suspected of having COVID-19, or have traveled recently, please
immediately provide that information to the first responders.
For information about assistance available due to COVID-19,
call 2-1-1. Some frequently asked questions are available here:
For administrative needs with our department, please email
Captain David Dibello at
or call 979-776-6430 (if no answer, please leave a message, and we will return
To donate medical supplies (Personal Protective Equipment),
please visit the following page with the Brazos Valley Council of Governments (BVCOG):
The Brazos County Community Operations Center has additional
resources related to COVID-19:
Guidance and Information from the Centers for Disease Control
are available at:
Please continue to practice social distancing, and Stay
Home whenever possible.
Together, we can all make a difference.
The Officers & Members of the Brazos County Precinct 3 Volunteer