Lake Kickapoo Volunteer
Fire Department
Proudly serving our surrounding community.
We are a volunteer-only fire department who strive for excellence in serving the Lake Kickapoo area community in Archer County, Texas with a long and successful record of protecting the citizens of the area since 1980. Our district covers roughly fifty square miles as well as sharing another district of fifty square miles as well as providing mutual aid to all departments in Archer County, Texas as well as some of our other surrounding counties. Our department is currently staffed with seven volunteers.
Lake Kickapoo Volunteer
Fire Department
Proudly serving our surrounding community.
We are a volunteer-only fire department who strive for excellence in serving the Lake Kickapoo area community in Archer County, Texas with a long and successful record of protecting the citizens of the area since 1980. Our district covers roughly fifty square miles as well as sharing another district of fifty square miles as well as providing mutual aid to all departments in Archer County, Texas. Our department is currently staffed with eight volunteers.

2018 Lake Kickapoo VFD Catfish Fry Fundraiser, Sat., June 9th, 5pm.

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The Lake Kickapoo Volunteer Fire Department will be hosting our annual Catfish Fry on Saturday, June 9th serving from 5pm at the Lake Kickapoo Fire Station. Meals by donation, recommended $10 for adults and $5 for kids.

Come on out and enjoy some catfish, fries, beans and all the fixins with us and help to support your local Volunteer Fire Department.

A cake/bake auction will follow at around 6:30pm and a raffle will be held with two grand prizes of 1/2 (side) of beef generously donated by James Mitchell. All the proceeds will go to benefit the Lake Kickapoo Volunteer Fire Department.

For information call Cheryl Heflin at 940-704-0437 or James Mellard at 940-525-4545.

House Identification

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Although we live in the country, it is extremely important to be able to identify your house number from the roadway and to be able to do so at night. This is especially important for those times that we never anticipate when it is necessary for Fire and Emergency Medical Services personnel to be able to find the proper home quickly should an emergency arise.

Often times if someone is sick or injured you will find it hard to have someone go out to stand at the road to meet fire/ambulance personnel when they are needed most and at these moments response time can make a big difference. For this reason, we strongly encourage all community residents to make sure that their property is easily identifiable.

If you are elderly or for some other reason are unable to do so, contact us and we can get someone from the department to help you to get your home identifiable so you are prepared should that time ever come.

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Please contact the Archer County Sheriff at (940) 574-2571 to notify them if you're performing a controlled burn when burn ban is not in effect.

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Lake Kickapoo
Volunteer Fire Dept.

12442 FM 368 South
Holliday, Texas 76366
info@LKVFD.com

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