Volunteer Fire Department

2017 Annual Southside Place Police and Fire Department Toy Drive

In Support of the Children's Assessment Center

CAC Toy Drive 2018


New/Unwrapped Toys or Monetary donations may be dropped off at the Southside Place Communications Center at 6309 Edloe (University Blvd. entrance.)

Please contact (Police) Lt. Al Baker or (Fire) Chief Serrano                  713-668-2341

The Harris County Children's Assessment Center located at 2500 Bolsover will be hosting a party to hand out gifts December 11, 2018 at 4:30-6:30 PM. Interested parties may contact Tramesha Richard 713-986-3459.

National Fire Prevention Week - October 7-14

This week is National Fire Prevention Week. Please visit the Fire Safety & Education page for helpful tips and videos.

Southside Place Volunteer Fire Department Responds During Hurricane Harvey

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The City of Southside Place, Texas Volunteer Fire Department's main goal is to assure that the citizens of Southside Place receive prompt, efficient and effective volunteer fire service. The city's current ISO rating is 1 with approximately 20 active volunteers.
FD Christmas Dinner 2016
2016 Christmas Dinner
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2016 CAC Toy Drive

Description of Responsibilities

The Southside Place Volunteer Fire Department provides direction by establishing policy, delegating authority, and organizing and controlling fire fighting activities. The department also appraises the city administration of current issues within the fire service and submits ordinances for consideration to provide a more safe community.

Additional Information

The Southside Place Fire Department was established in 1935. The fire department meets every Monday night at 7:30 at the fire station. Dinner meetings are held approximately every six weeks. Residents are encouraged to attend meetings and are welcome to join the department. No prior experience is required. All equipment and training is provided by the city. Your level of involvement is completely up to you. If you do not feel comfortable with the prospect of fighting fires, there is still plenty to do. Volunteering with the Fire Department is not only a very honorable way to serve the community, it is also a lot of fun.