Forest Bend Fire Department

Go to content

Main menu:

Important numbers
Forest Bend Fire
Station 12
Station 13
Harris County Dispatch
Harris County Fire Marshal
Friendswood Fire Dept.
Station 1

Wants you!
Become a Volunteer!

click here for application

The Forest Bend Fire Department is comprised of residents just like you!  Come and be a part of a wonderful new family that has one common goal.....HELPING OTHERS!  No experience is necessary...we train everyone equally!!!  Every Tuesday night the members of the fire department meet and learn new skills and practice old ones.  Build new friendships, meet your neighbors, broaden your knowledge....we can help with all these things.  Click above for the application and bring it on up to Station 1 and discovery a whole new world.

All incoming
needs to be mailed to:

2507 W. Bay Area Blvd.
Box 1509
Webster, TX  77598

Station Addresses

Station 12
2300 Pilgrims Point Dr.
Webster, TX  77598

Station 13
16615 Hope Village Rd.
Friendswood, TX  77546

Got Water???

Heritage Park subdividions are under Harris County MUD 55.  If you are new to the neighborhood or need assistance with your water bill, go to


From: Our Family

To: Your Family

The Holiday Season is here.....

Decorations, lights, Christmas trees, and lots of extension cords will soon be plugged in.... Its time to put into practice your Fire Prevention lessons.  Please check for fire safety in your home!  

Fire deaths can be reduced by teaching people the basic facts about fire. Below are some simple ways to help you explain to community members the characteristics of fire.

Fire is FAST!
There is little time!

In less than 30 seconds a small flame can get completely out of control and turn into a major fire. It only takes minutes for thick black smoke to fill a house. In minutes, a house can be engulfed in flames. If you wake up to a fire, you won't have time to grab valuables because fire spreads too quickly and the smoke is too thick. There is only time to escape.

Fire is HOT!
Heat is more threatening than flames.

A fire's heat alone can kill. Room temperatures in a fire can be 100 degrees at floor level and rise to 600 degrees at eye level. Inhaling this super-hot air will scorch your lungs. This heat can melt clothes to your skin. In five minutes a room can get so hot that everything in it ignites at once: this is called flashover.

Fire is DARK!
Fire isn't bright, it's pitch black.

Fire starts bright, but quickly produces black smoke and complete darkness. If you wake up to a fire you may be blinded, disoriented and unable to find your way around the home you've lived in for years.

Fire is DEADLY!
Smoke and toxic gases kill more people than flames do.

Fire uses up the oxygen you need and produces smoke and poisonous gases that kill. Breathing even small amounts of smoke and toxic gases can make you drowsy, disoriented and short of breath. The odorless, colorless fumes can lull you into a deep sleep before the flames reach your door. You may not wake up in time to escape.

Got Water???

Heritage Park subdividions are under Harris County MUD 55.  If you are new to the neighborhood or need assistance with your water bill, go to



Welcome our newest member
Olivia Spurlock
born October 9, 2014
7lbs 9oz  20 in long

Tyler and Sarah Spurlock

Christmas Tree Fire
Back to content | Back to main menu