Fire Department

The Pantego Fire Department (PFD) provides twenty-four-hour emergency services including fire suppression, advanced and basic life support, emergency medical services and transport, and rescue operations. Other initiatives include fire prevention and safety, emergency preparedness, life safety inspections, and the provision of public education and information. PFD is devoted to providing the highest quality fire rescue and emergency medical response to residents of Pantego. We take great pride in our average response time of two minutes or less. We value and support a strong fire, rescue, and EMS mutual-aid partnership with the City of Arlington.

Fire Codes and Permits 
The Town of Pantego requires compliance with the 2021 International Fire Code (IFC) including Appendices B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, K, and L; and with certain regional amendments (Option B, excluding sections 307.2 and 307.4.5) as recommended by the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG). 

Emergency Alerts
Sign up for CodeRED to be notified by phone, email, or text of time-sensitive information, emergencies, or urgent notifications. Rest assured that any contact information shared with CodeRED will not be used for any other purpose than emergency alerts and only authorized staff have access to the messaging system. We will send out alerts in a variety of situations including treacherous weather conditions, boil water notices, gas leaks, evacuations, police activity, fire emergencies, missing persons, and more. During registration, you have the ability to select the types of messages you wish to receive and your preferred means of communication. We suggest saving the CodeRED numbers in your contacts. You will get a call from 1-866-419-5000 in emergencies and 1-855-969-4636 for non-emergencies. If you need to replay a received message, you can dial this number and hear the message again. If you also download the CodeRED app, you will be able to receive alerts from other entities while traveling.

ISO Rating 
Effective June 1, 2014, PFD earned a Class 2 Public Protection Classification (PPC) from the Insurance Services Office (ISO), a risk management firm for the insurance industry. This is a two-point improvement from the previous Class 4 rating. ISO ratings are used by insurance companies to predict and analyze risk when establishing private insurance premiums. Approximately 46,000 fire departments around the country are evaluated and classified every ten years. Departments receive a score from one to ten (with one being the best) based on a 100-point system.

We, the members of the Pantego Fire-Rescue, are a dedicated brotherhood committed to serving those who call in a time of need. We instill in ourselves the duty and desire to preserve life and property through the training and education of ourselves and others.

9/11 Memorial
PFD is committed to honoring those affected by the attacks of September 11, 2001. A memorial stands in front of the station to honor those who sacrificed their lives on that fateful day. This was a coordinated effort between PFD, our local business community, and private individuals. 

PFD Emergency Medical Service (EMS) is licensed through the Texas Department of Health as BLS / MICU (No. 220026). 

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Phone Numbers
Fax: 817-861-3173
Emergencies: Dial 911
1614 S Bowen Road

Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.