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Montgomery County ESD#2
Montgomery Fire Department

Serving the Montgomery Area Since 1969

Montgomery County ESD #2
Montgomery Fire Department
20590 Eva Street
Montgomery, TX 77356
936-597-4455
Fax:  936-597-4466

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The Montgomery Fire Department / ESD#2 covers approximately 232 square miles in the Northwest Montgomery County.  The District currently has four staffed stations and is in the planning stages of building a fifth station.  If you are interested in being a part of our team, please fill out the appropriate application below and submit it to our Administration Office or email to admin@montgomery-fire.com

Thank you for your interest.

All applicants must meet the following requirements:

                             - EMT - Basic (Texas Department of Health Services)
                             - Basic Structural Firefighter with TCFP certification.
                             - Class B - Texas Driver's License.
                             - Eager to learn.
                             - Team oriented and professional.
                             - Be available to work a minimum of (6) 12 hour shifts a month & at (least 1 must be a weekend).

All applicants must meet the following requirements:

                             - Junior Member - 16 years of age (with Parent's Consent).

                             - Probationary Member - Minimum of 18 years of age.

                             - Reside in the MCESD#2 District.
                             - Eager to learn.
                             - Team oriented and professional.
                             - Attend Tuesday night meetings/training.

Careers in Fire & Emergency Services

To be employed full time by a commissioned fire department in the State of Texas, individuals must obtain the following at minimum:
     Basic Firefighter Certification:  Texas Commission on Fire Protection (TCFP).
     Emergency Medical Technician Basic (EMT-B) Certification:  Texas Department of State Health Services

TCFP:
Certification can be obtained through several local community colleges as a certificate program or an associate degree program.
     Lone Star College, Blinn College, College of the Mainland, Houston Community College, TEEX
          - TCFP requires at least 468 hours of instruction for certification.
After passing the fire academy course, individuals are eligible to take a standardized written exam and skills test to become certified.

DSHS:
     Basic certification can be obtained as part of a fire service certificate program or a part of a fire service associate degree program.
     DSHS requires approximately 144 hours of instruction and 50-100 hours of ride-outs for certification.
After passing the EMT course, individuals are eligible to take a standardized written exam and skills test to become certified.

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