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Fire Chief Welcome

Welcome to the Sheldon Community Fire & Rescue website. We hope to reach out to the community and provide safety tips, fire prevention techniques, and useful resources.

The department has been in service since 1955, and began with the merger of 2 departments.

The men and women that make up the department are your neighbors, friends, and relatives, and are actively involved in the community. We are striving to make this a better place to work, live and raise your family.

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Facilities

Sheldon Community Fire and Rescue has a long-standing commitment and history of providing a rapid response time from one of our 3 stations.

Personnel

We are staffed by personnel that consider the community and residents their home and family.

Latest News

We strive to keep the public up-to-date on what’s going on in our community. See below for the latest news from Sheldon Community Fire & Rescue.

DO THE FIVE

1. HANDS    Wash them often 2. ELBOW    Cough into it 3. FACE     Don't touch it 4. FEET    Stay more than 3ft apart 5. FEEL    sick? Stay home For more information visit the WHO and CDC websites: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public https://www.cdc.gov/.

July 28th, 2020|

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The San Jacinto River in east Harris County is the site of many drownings every year. In 2020, Deputy Kenneth Gates of the Maritime Tactical Operations Section and Sergeant Delano from District 3 patrol shared water safety tips to stay safe while swimming and boating in the river. ... See MoreSee Less

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These Mexicans get over here and they don’t know how to swim!

A Burn ban is still in effect for Unincorporated Harris county Due to higher temperatures, low humidity and stronger winds the National Weather Service has issued a Red flag warning. Under these conditions fire can easily start and spread rapidly. ... See MoreSee Less

A Burn ban is still in effect for Unincorporated Harris county Due to higher temperatures, low humidity and stronger winds the National Weather Service has issued a Red flag warning. Under these conditions fire can easily start and spread rapidly.
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