Our Training

A group of Archer County firefighters train for extracations.

The dedicated and hard-working members of the Lake Kickapoo Volunteer Fire Department put in many hours of training at the fire station and in classrooms. The result is a highly skilled group of unpaid experts who are prepared to fight fires, respond to medical emergencies, assist at accidents and provide assistance in virtually any area emergency.

Members of the department, ten at last count, attend drills at the fire station on the third Monday of the month. Volunteers learn from their peers about fighting fires, how to best utilize the variety of firefighting equipment on-hand, maintaining and repairing equipment, and responding to other emergency situations. Occasionally volunteers of the department attend drills and classes in other locations in the area, county and state.

The Lake Kickapoo Volunteer Fire Department practices year round to handle a wide variety of emergencies, wildland fires, structure fires, auto accidents, household emergencies and virtually any other situation in which someone may be injured. One Lake Kickapoo Volunteer Fire Department volunteer is an EMTs (Emergency Medical Technicians) trained to stabilize accident and medical emergency victims until an ambulance and/or paramedics with more involved training can arrive. For critical situations, we may call in a helicopter air ambulance if available.

County Burn Ban Status

Burn Ban Status

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


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