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Fire Chief John Brown

John Brown Hurst Fire Department
Fire Chief
817.788.7238 
jbrown@hursttx.gov

 Fire Chief John Brown welcomes you to the Hurst Fire Department web pages and invites you to visit each page and enjoy the information.

Administrative staff are located at the Main Fire Station at 2100 Precinct Line Road, phone 817.788.7238. Fire Administration consists of the Fire Chief, Assistant Fire Chief, Fire Marshal, Fire Inspector and Administrative Secretary.

The Hurst Fire Department proudly protects 38,700 residents living in the 10.2 square miles that make up the city limits of Hurst. The department operates three fire stations. These three fire stations protect a primarily residential area. The largest facility under the protection of the department is Northeast Mall. This is the third largest mall in Texas. The current ISO rating of the department is 2. The department provides public fire education, inspection, investigation, suppression, rescue, and Advanced Life Support care from First Response Engines, and MICU ambulances.

Contact the Fire Department
John Brown, Fire Chief 817.788.7241   jbrown@hursttx.gov
David Palla, Assistant Fire Chief 817.788.7246  dpalla@hursttx.gov 
Brent Craft, Fire Marshal  817.788.7245 

bcraft@hursttx.gov

Wes Rippy, EMS Coordinator  817.788.7272 

wrippy@hursttx.gov 

Camron Flynn, Inspector  817.788.7240  cflynn@hursttx.gov 
Patty Gurley, Administrative Secretary  817.788.7238  pgurley@hursttx.gov 
General Inquiries                      817.788.7238   

 

Code Red
Keeping Citizens Informed 

National Terrorism Advisory System
National Terrorism
Advisory System

City of Hurst Hazard Survey

The City of Hurst Fire Department would like your input on possible hazards that could affect the City of Hurst.  Please complete our simple two question online survey.

Fire Loss Report

City Implements Ambulance Subscription Service

The City of Hurst is offering citizens an ambulance subscription service to help offset the high costs of emergency ambulance transportation. Insurance companies routinely do not pay the entire amount of ambulance transportation, leaving the patient with the responsibility of paying the balance of the bill. The purpose of the subscription service is to cover the amount not covered by your insurance provider or Medicare. For $60 per year per family, you will never have to worry about paying an ambulance bill. Read more about the service here.

2018 Ambulance Subscription Service enrollment will begin October 1, 2017

  •  2018 Applications and renewal forms will be available  by October 1, 2017.

For more information call 817.788.7238.

  

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