About Us

Community Volunteer Fire Department Community Volunteer Fire Department (CVFD) is a combination department serving Northeast Fort Bend and Southwest Harris counties.  Our protection district consists of approximately 25 square miles along the Westpark Tollway on the West side of Houston, TX.

CVFD proudly protects over 108,000 citizens by providing them with fire suppression, rescue, and emergency medical services (EMS).  In 2017, CVFD responded to an average of over 25 calls per day with a total of 9,496 responses throughout the year.

As a combination department, CVFD has part time employees from municipal fire departments as well as volunteers.  Our part time employees staff our stations 60 hours each week from 6:00am to 6:00pm on Monday through Friday.  The other 108 hours of each week, as well as major holidays, are served by volunteers.  Our four stations are staffed and ready to respond at all times.

We thank you for spending the time to learn about our department.  If there is any way we can help or if you’re interested in becoming a member, please do not hesitate to contact us.


Protecting Northeast Fort Bend County and Southwest Harris County

Stations & Apparatus

Browse our stations and apparatus

Our History

Learn how CVFD became the department it is today