Dispatch

Like the mission of the ESD, Fire Dispatch Center is dedicated to providing safe emergency services while protecting lives and property. Having a dedicated Fire Dispatch Center allows for quicker dispatching, improved accountability for firefighters and speeds up the responses of additional resources when requested.

 

Computer Aided Dispatch

The computer aided dispatch system allows the fire dispatcher to quickly locate an address and determine the closest emergency resources to that location. The system allows the dispatcher to instantly determine the availability of all fire apparatus in Johnson County. A backup CAD computer will allow quick recovery in case of primary system failure. A laptop computer loaded with the CAD information can be moved to a new location quickly in case of a disaster or Dispatch Center building emergency.

Staffing

The Dispatch Center is staffed with two dispatchers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. An additional dispatcher may be called in during large events or anticitpated weather events to assist with high emergency call volumes.

01. What You Can Burn

You are not authorized to burn any synthetic materials, finished building materials, or treated lumber. You can only burn natural vegetation, untreated/ unfinished lumber.

02. Stay Alert

Please ensure the fire is ATTENDED at ALL TIMES. DO NOT leave it unattended!

03. Have Water Ready

You are required to have a adaquet water source and hose available to help control the fire at all times.

04. Out Before Sunset

In accordance with State Law, controlled burns are required to be completely extinguished no less than one hour before sunset.

05. Keep Your Distance

Please keep the fire at least 100 feet from and adjacent structures to prevent them from accidentally catching on fire.

06. Call for Help

If you lose control of the fire, or it begins to spread to unintended areas, please call 9-1-1 immediately, for help to get the fire back under control or extinguish the fire.

07. Watch for Wind

If it’s a windy day, and wind speeds are above a constant 20 mph (or gust), controlled burning may be temporarly banned until better weather conditions.

Questions?

Contact us with any questions regarding your safety and the safey of others around fires.

07. Watch for Wind

If it’s a windy day, and wind speeds are above a constant 20 mph (or gust), controlled burning may be temporarly banned until better weather conditions.

Questions?

Contact us with any questions regarding your safety and the safey of others around fires.

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Contact Us

Location

2451 Service Drive
Cleburne, TX 76033

Office hours

Monday - 8:00-5:00
Tuesday - 8:00-5:00
Wednesday - 8:00-5:00
Thursday - 8:00-5:00
Friday - 8:00-2:00
Saturday - CLOSED
Sunday - CLOSED

Phone NumberS

Emergency:
911

Administration Office:
(817) 556-2212

24 Hour/Non-Emergency Number:
(817) 357-8800

Email Address:
info@johnsoncountyfire.org