Fort McKavett Volunteer Fire Department and Community Center


 

Annual Fund Raiser   Our 20th Anniversary Cook-Off and Fund Raiser has been postponed because of the Covid-19 Virus.  We are currently planning to resumne our cook-off on June 11, 2022. 

In an effort to raise operating funds for 2021, we have enlisted the help of HiBid.com to auction off new firearms that were purchased for our 2020 fundraiser.  Please visit their site at: Ft. McKavett, TX VFD Benefit Auction | Live and Online Auctions on HiBid.com to register to bid and to view the list of firearms.  Bidding opens Tuesday, June 29 and closes onThursday July 8th.  Your continued support is greatfully appreciated.

Helipad is nearly complete!

We are very excited to announce that the helipad for an emergency medical evacuation of area residents to Shannon Hospital via their AirMed1 helicopter service is nearly complete. 

We are grateful to Calvin and Cora McGowen, without their generous support this project would still be a dream.  We would also like to thank Ingram Concrete for their contribution to the project and to Garza Construction for their guidance and contributions.
   

  

 

Welcome.... 

We have been serving our Community since 2001. Our Fire Department proudly protects the citizens of our community with the intent to save lives and property, serve the community, assist where needed, and to provide the best fire protection possible.  The Fort McKavett Fire District is a farming/ranching community located 70 miles south-south east of San Angelo, Texas.  Our community is located right on the county lines of four different ounties: Menard, Sutton, Kimble, and Schleicher.  We provide first response for a 300 square mile area and a secondary response to the four adjacent fire districts of approximately 3,000 square miles. To see a larger map   click here. As a first responder we strive to be the first to arrive on the scene and begin fighting a fire, assist with water rescues, provide aid at accidents, and traffic control as needed.   One of the first things we do is make an assessment of the situation and if necessary call for assistance from other departments.     

  Brush Truck  Flat Bed Brush Truck  F750 Brush Truck  Jaws of Life  Luckers  West Lake VFD Donations 

from L to R: 2006 Brush Truck - purchased through a grant from the Texas Forest Service;   Flat Bed Truck converted to a brush truck;    F750 Heavy Duty Brush Truck purchased through donations from Janet & Joe Andrews, The Chaparrel Foundation and our fundrasing events;   Jaws of Life, purchased using funds from our fundraising events;   Bunker Gear Lockers donated by Good Fellow AFB;   Air Tanks and bunker gear donated by West Lake Volunteer Fire Department