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Posted on: August 14, 2019

Plano Fire Station Open House | October 10

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Help Plano Fire-Rescue celebrate Fire Prevention Week by visiting any Plano fire station to meet your neighborhood firefighters, take a tour of the station and apparatus and learn about home escape planning.

Station 1- 1901 Ave. KStation 2- 2630 W. 15th St.Station 3- 3520 Sherrye Dr.Station 4- 6000 Roundrock TrailStation 5- 5115 W. Park Blvd.Station 6- 6651 Alma Rd.Station 7- 5602 Democracy Dr.Station 8- 4555 Hedgcoxe Rd.Station 9- 6625 W. Parker Rd.

Station 1...

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Posted on: July 9, 2019

Plano Fire-Rescue's 2019-2023 Strategic Plan

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Plano Fire-Rescue has just released the 2019-2023 Strategic Plan.

Any successful agency must continually track progress towards achieving its stated short-term goals and objectives.  Periodically, it is important for an organization to stop and perform a more detailed assessment of its environment, its stakehol...

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Posted on: June 7, 2019

Plano Fire-Rescue Welcomes New Truck 8 Into Service

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Fire Station #8 welcomed a new truck into service with a Wetdown and Push-In Ceremony.

The time-honored tradition was enjoyed by Plano Fire-Rescue staff and community members on May 10.  This station, 4621 Hedgcoxe Road, primarily serves northern Plano neighborhoods.

Plano Fire Chief Sam Greif and the department are quite proud of t...

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