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Fulshear Simonton Fire Department

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Welcome!  The Fulshear Simonton Fire Department has been proudly serving the citizens of Fort Bend County since 1963. 

The department has evolved from an all volunteer to a combination department with state-of-the-art apparatus and facilities.



At the May 2013 election, the residents along FM723 and FM 359 voted to be annexed into Fort Bend County ESD#4.  The Fulshear

Simonton Fire Department is now providing fire protection in the annexed area.  For residents that require a letter for their insurance company, please see the link below. 


Annexation 2013 Insurance Letter.pdf



Station 4 - Opened May 2013

Station 4 was built by M.U.D. 151 and is located outside of the Firethorne subdivision off FM 1463 at Crossover Road.  For residents that require a letter for their insurance company, please see the link below.


Firethorne Insurance Letter May 2013.pdf



 

Station 3 - Opened April 2010

 

 




    In a disaster, local officials and relief workers cannot reach everyone

    immediately.  Help may not arrive for hours or days.  You need to be prepared ahead of time because you won't have time to shop or search for the supplies you will need when a disaster strikes.  Create a family disaster plan.  A disaster plan will help with safety, security, and comfort. Remember to make it simple so everyone can remember the details.


    >>>Discuss what to do in an evacuation.  When told by officials, go immediately to a shuttler 

             as instructed or to the home of a family friend or relative who lived out of the area.

    >>>Know evacuation routes.  Pre-establish several different trouts in case certain roads are

            blocked or closed.

    >>>Family members can become separated during an emergency.  Be prepared by creating a 

           plan for how to reach one another.  Establish an out-fl-area contact who can coordinate

           family members' locations and information should you become separated.  Make sure

           children learn the phone numbers and addresses, and know the emergency plan.  

    >>>Quiz children every six months so they remember what to do, where to go and whom to

           call in an emergency.

    >>>Assemble a family disaster supplies kit, and keep a smaller one in the trunk of your vehicle.