Caney Creek Firefighters are asking you to be smart!
Our crew on Booster 84 is heading home today after being deployed with TIFMAS and assigned to Strike Team 163.
Again, this year Caney Creek High School recognizes the importance of supporting their local Fire Department.
Last night during our ESD 9 Board Meeting, we had the special privilege to have a pinning ceremony for C-shift personnel.
Each year at budget time water of course is considered. However, it’s very difficult to determine how much water firefighters will use over a year’s period. During drought conditions the increased call volume does put a strain on Firefighters.
A quick-thinking Lieutenant saved two homes from fire after one resident set a trash pile and left home.
Montgomery County is currently facing D3 Extreme Drought conditions due to persistent high temperatures and shortage of rainfall.
Due to the drought conditions, it was important to get this new 3000-gallon Tanker on the road to assist with grass and wood fires as well as illegal burns.
As dry conditions continue, these Firefighters are forced to move quickly to stop these fires before they get into the tree lines and move into neighborhoods.
Governor Greg Abbott today announced that he has issued a disaster declaration for 191 Texas counties in response to widespread wildfire activity throughout the state.
Today, 5 new Probationary Firefighters completed their weeklong orientation.
Marshall Schroeder, the Director of Maintenance for Conroe Independent School District, presented Caney Creek Fire with two State of the Art, Sensit Gold G2 multi gas/leak detectors.
Caney Creek Fire & Rescue has responded to (7) seven 911 calls for service over the last thirty days at Caney Creek High School.
Due to the hard work of Caney Creek High School Staff and Conroe ISD Police, a student confessed to bringing a highly concentrated, prank, stink spray called Hensgaukt Fart Spray.
Thank you for taking the time out of your busy day to attend our ribbon cutting and open house.