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Pecan Plantation Burn Permits

As of April 18,2016, Pecan Plantation Volunteer Fire Department will no longer issue Burn Permits. You will no longer have to physically come down to the Fire Station to get a permit between certain hours. Before having any Controlled Burns or Open Fires you should contact the Hood County Fire Marshal’s office either by phone (817-579-3335) or on the Hood County web page, From there you link to the “Fire Marshal” Department and click on ” Controlled Burning”. You can then complete the online burn notification form.

Their web page will have the latest information regarding status of Burn Bans, Burn Notifications, and all Rules and Regulations you will have to abide by. The Hood County Fire Marshal’s Office will continue to be the governing body for “Open Fires” in all of Hood County as it has been in the past and you are still legally responsible to conform with the Laws. Nothing has changed in regards to what times or what can or cannot be burned, only how and who you contact.



2 thoughts on “CALL 911

  1. Joy Buchanan says:

    Our PPEMS!

    I was one of the ones whose life you saved on July 13th. My daughter had just come in from Houston to take me for knee surgery the next morning, when she took a look at me and called Dad, Mom is having a stroke! He answered call 911. All so fast, she had hardly put the phone up when you drove in the drive. I was immediately taken care of and out on my way to flight pad.
    Thank you so much for such quickly response. The reason for my stroke was leaving off my 2 meds for my heart and blood thinner prior to having knee replacement the next day. Hospital Ft Worth took care of that. And with home health care bringing shots for me to have, I was rescheduled for the surgery a week later. Surgery went well and I’m up and about again. O, yes, I might add I am 87years old.

    Thanks again,

    Joy Buchanan

  2. Justin Crites says:

    Tonight my two boys and I were practically ran off the road by a volunteer in his personal vehicle trying to get to a call, when I followed them to the station they jumped out and screamed at me that I was to yield to them they are volunteers, I mentioned to her that I was a perfessional firefighter and we are not to kill some one trying to respond to calls we are to do that responsibly. I generally would not mention this but the way she was screaming at me just really upset me. Thank you for time .

    Justin Crites

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