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What Can Jollyville Fire Department Do For You?


Jollyville Fire is not just a “fire department.”  We are community services organization!  What does that mean?  This means that we can assist the community by offering many “non-emergency” services.  This includes home fire safety inspections, smoke detector installations, public education presentations, fire station tours, fire safety discussions, participation in community events and even bringing a fire truck to a local birthday party!  We do almost anything you can think of!

For more information about what we can do for you, call our station at (512) 258-1038 or email us at


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Volunteer Information

Community Leaders Wanted

Are you the person that stops to help someone change a tire?  Help someone reach something on the top shelf at HEB? Hold a door open for someone carrying packages?  Go out of your way to help someone that you’ve never met before?  If so, you are just the type of person we are looking for!

We are the Jollyville Volunteer Fire Department and we’re looking for people who want to do something to help their community.  If you are an outgoing, intelligent person who is willing to make the required time commitment, and want to be a major contributor to your community, call or come by the station and we will discuss your possible future as a community servant.

The basic requirements are:

A high school diploma or GED

A valid Texas driver’s license

Valid Texas auto insurance

Ability to attend two Monday night trainings a month

Availability to stay two nights a month at the fire station

Ability to attend 30 hours a month of trainings and calls

Willing to go the extra mile for your neighbor

Now, don’t be scared of the 30 hour commitment.  This minimum requirement includes the Monday night trainings, station overnights, community events, public education events and anytime you decide you would like to visit the station. 

Call (512-258-1038), check out the website ( or just come on by the station (9218 Anderson Mill Road) and we will see if you’ve got what it takes to be a “Community Leader.”


Employment Information

JVFD is not hiring at this time…

Please check back later!