Caney Creek Fire & Rescue

Caney Creek Fire & Rescue


Sorry I’m just now posting this but I want to thank the fire department for making our baby’s 3rd Birthday special for in a time like this, we really appreciate the birthday parade she will forever remember this!! Thank y’all so much for what y’all do!!
Does the Fire Dept know of any Seniors who may need food or need someone to go pick up their prescription medicines? Or need someone to do their grocery shopping for them?
I just wanted to say thank you to all the firemen today that came out to assist us with “Harleigh” the horse. I really appreciate it and want you to know you all are very appreciated and thank you so much for doing all that you do.
Thank you for saving all those reptiles.
Will you be doing a Santa meet and greet again this year? 🎅
Do yall fill above ground pools up its about half way full

Volunteer & Career, United We Serve Providing Responsive and Professional Emergency Services to our Community. We’ve worked hard to help our community with the task of lowering your homeowner’s insurance rates.

Prior to this year, our Insurance Rating was a (9/10) in most areas and a (10) which is the worst possible rating, in other areas, this offering the highest homeowners and property owners rates possible! Your Caney Creek VFD spent countless hours training, testing and driving our territory to prepare for Inspectors from Insurance Service Offices to survey our community. Now, as of February 2011, w

Operating as usual


Now Hiring! To apply visit

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Photos from Caney Creek Fire & Rescue's post 06/14/2021

Recently at our last Board Meeting, we issued several badges to employees this had been delayed due to COVID-19.

We would like to congratulate the following on their Receiving their Badges:
Firefighter Peyton Martin
Firefighter Rafael Gutierrez
Firefighter John Arnold
Firefighter Richard Sherrod

We would also like to congratulate Lieutenant Bobby Matthews on receiving his badge as well as the Officer of The Year Award. LT. Matthews is an exemplary employee whose hard work and dedication to the department are noticed and appreciated.

Photos from Caney Creek Fire & Rescue's post 05/19/2021

Recently at our last Board Meeting we issued several badges to employees who have been promoted. This has been delayed due to COVID-19.
We would like to congratulate the following on their promotions:
Battalion Chief James Parish
Battalion Chief Michael Marino
Lieutenant Faustino Gloria
We would also like to congratulate Firefighter Josh Green on receiving his badge as well as the Firefighter of The Year award. Josh is an exemplary employee who’s hard work and dedication to the department is noticed and appreciated.


Commissioner Paul Babb

August 29, 1949 – March 9, 2021

A true asset to the Fire Service and the Community he served!

Commissioner Paul Babb

August 29, 1949 – March 9, 2021

A true asset to the Fire Service and the Community he served!

[02/18/21]   How can I prevent CO poisoning in my home?

-Install a battery-operated or battery back-up CO detector in your home and check or replace the battery when you change the time on your clocks each spring and fall. Place your detector where it will wake you up if it alarms, such as outside your bedroom. Consider buying a detector with a digital readout. This detector can tell you the highest level of CO concentration in your home in addition to alarming. Replace your CO detector every five years.

-Have your heating system, water heater, and any other gas, oil, or coal burning appliances serviced by a qualified technician every year.

-Do not use portable flameless chemical heaters indoors.

-If you smell an odor from your gas refrigerator have an expert service, it. An odor from your gas refrigerator can mean it could be leaking CO.

-When you buy gas equipment, buy only equipment carrying the seal of a national testing agency, such as Underwriters’ Laboratories.

-Make sure your gas appliances are vented properly. Horizontal vent pipes for appliances, such as a water heater, should go up slightly as they go toward outdoors, as shown below. This prevents CO from leaking if the joints or pipes aren’t fitted tightly.

-Have your chimney checked or cleaned every year. Chimneys can be blocked by debris. This can cause CO to build up inside your home or cabin.

-Never patch a vent pipe with tape, gum, or something else. This kind of patch can make CO build up in your home, cabin, or camper.

-Never use a gas range or oven for heating. Using a gas range or oven for heating can cause a buildup of CO inside your home, cabin, or camper.

-Never burn charcoal indoors. Burning charcoal – red, gray, black, or white – gives off CO.

-Never use a portable gas camp stove indoors. Using a gas camp stove indoors can cause CO to build up inside your home, cabin, or camper.

-Never use a generator inside your home, basement, or garage or less than 20 feet from any window, door, or vent.

-When using a generator, use a battery-powered or battery backup CO detector in your home.-

[02/17/21]   Community Information from Caney Creek Fire Rescue

Space heaters are to be keep away from all combustible materials.

Do not use generators inside an enclosed environment.

Smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors do save lives.

Stay away from power lines and please report outages to your local power provider.

Over the last 72 hours Caney Creek Fire Rescue responded to 47 calls for service, 7 of which were working preventable structure fires.

According to County Judge Chief of Staff Jason Millsaps, three warming centers will be open to the public, the locations are:

Warming centers open with capacity are.

1) Over Under Church, 600 S. Frazier St, Conroe.

2) Church Project, 602 Pruitt RD, The Woodlands.

3) Old YMCA in Splendora (daytime only)

4) Madeley Ranch Elementary, 3500 Madeley Ranch Rd. Montgomery.

[02/16/21]   As you are aware due to COVID our Fire Stations are still closed to the public. Like most, several of the Stations have been without power and generator problems due to cold conditions. Below is a list of warming shelters in the County.

CONROE, TX – As power outages threaten to last through the night while temperatures plunge into sub-zero levels, three warming centers will be open tonight for those who need it.

According to County Judge Chief of Staff Jason Millsaps, three warming centers will be open to the public through Monday night. The locations are:

Under Over Fellowship Church
600 S Frazier St., Conroe, TX

Church Project
602 Pruitt Rd., The Woodlands, TX

The Lone Star Convention & Expo Center
9055 Airport Rd., Conroe, TX

A wind chill warning is in effect for Southeast Texas, and anyone who does not have access to heat should make their way to one of the warming centers as soon as possible. Do not attempt to hold out in the cold weather, as temperatures are expected to reach sub-zero levels with wind chill.


⚠ A Winter Storm Watch has been issued and will be in effect from Sunday, February 14th at 3pm through Monday, February 15th at 6pm. Please use these next couple of days to prepare. Hazardous travel conditions are expected Sunday night through Tuesday.


Thank you to Yosemite Axe Throwing for taking care of the fireman. It was a awesome time we will be back Thank You. #axethrowing


At this time the Creek Fire is 315,413 acres and over night has been moved to 62% contained. Crews have been working hard on the fire line and have started to remove hose from the mountain side. They are all safe and in good spirits! #CreekFire


Caney Creeks crew got assigned to Charlie Division and worked with crews from the US Marines to dig and check for hot spots up 6 miles up a cut road. All crews are doing well and enjoying working up in the mountains.


Thank You Southwest Airlines for stepping up to help Texas Firefighters!!! 09/29/2020

MONTGOMERY COUNTY FIREFIGHTERS DEPART FOR CALIFORNIA WILDFIRES 4 am -Three members of the Caney Creek Fire Department left out at 4 am this morning headed for Hobby Airport. There they will meet 40 other Houston Area firefighters for a Southwest Airlines flight to California. A stop will be made in San Antonio to pick up an additional 100 firefighters. These fi


At this time the Creek Fire is 289,695 acres and contained at 34%. Crews have been working hard on the fire line to attempt to keep the fires from jumping roadways. The last two days crews have had a lot of active fire in there divison. They are all safe and in good spirits! #CreekFire


Montgomery County Fire Marshal's Office

Montgomery County Firefighters taking a much needed break as they are working the Creek Fire in the Sierra Nevada mountains of central California.

Visibility has been poor during the day due to heavy smoke conditions and the fire continues to be active even after dark, growing by another 8,000 acres overnight.

You can follow the fire’s daily progress on Cal Fire’s website.


A Reminder!!


Few photo’s from last couple days.


Crews have made it to Bakersfield CA tonight where they will get some rest. They are about 3.5 hours away from their assignment and will head to Fresno first thing in the morning.


Montgomery County Police Reporter

Caney Creek Fire is answering the call to assist California with the multiple wildfires burning in the state. Lieutenant J. Rountree and Firefighter B. Matthews left earlier today to meet up with other departments from surrounding areas to make the trip over to California for their 14 day deployment.

Just after noon, today fire crews from around the Houston area started filling the Buc-ees parking lot in Katy. Crews from North Montgomery County, Houston, Porter, Caney Creek, South Montgomery County, Webster, Baytown, and Fulshear left at 230pm for the long drive to California to help with the massive wildfires there. In all Texas is deploying 50 departments to California,


Mark Keough County Judge

Entergy Update: rolling outages are expected for the next 3 days. Mainly in the heat of the day when the demand is high and the grid becomes unbalanced.

Residents are urged to prepare for additional outages for the next few days and prepare.

Some areas of our county are starting to see power coming back online. This takes time to do so safely and in a balanced way to avoid damaging the grid.

We have established a hub for information:


10pm Update


*** A Storm Surge Warning is in effect for...
* Freeport Texas to the Mouth of the Mississippi River
*** A Hurricane Warning is in effect for...
* San Luis Pass Texas to Intracoastal City Louisiana
*** A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for...
* Sargent Texas to San Luis Pass
* East of Intracoastal City Louisiana to the Mouth of the
Mississippi River
*** A Hurricane Watch is in effect for...
* East of Intracoastal City to west of Morgan City Louisiana

Hurricane conditions are expected in the hurricane warning area tonight and Thursday morning, with catastrophic wind damage expected where Laura's eyewall moves onshore. Tropical storm conditions are moving onshore along the coast of Louisiana within the tropical storm warning area and are expected to spread northward within the warning areas overnight. Hurricane-force winds and damaging wind gusts are also expected to spread well inland into portions of eastern Texas and western Louisiana early Thursday.

Unsurvivable storm surge with large and destructive waves will cause catastrophic damage from Sea Rim State Park, Texas, to Intracoastal City, Louisiana, including Calcasieu and Sabine Lakes. This surge could pe*****te up to 40 miles inland from the immediate coastline, and flood waters will not fully recede for several days after the storm.

Several tornadoes are expected tonight over Louisiana,far southeast Texas, and southwestern Mississippi. The risk fortornadoes will continue on Thursday across Louisiana, Arkansas, and western Mississippi.

At 10 p.m. CDT, the center of Hurricane Laura was located about 75 miles (120 km) south of Lake Charles, La. It's moving toward the north-northwest near 15 mph (24 km/h). A turn toward the north is expected by early Thursday, and a northward motion should continue through the day. A northeastward to east-northeastward motion is expected Thursday night and Friday. On the forecast track, Laura will make landfall along the southwest Louisiana coast within the next few hours and move inland within that area early Thursday. The center of Laura is forecast to move over northwestern Louisiana on Thursday, across Arkansas Thursday night, and over the mid-Mississippi Valley on Friday.

Maximum sustained winds are near 150 mph (240 km/h) with higher gusts - an extremely dangerous category 4 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale. Hurricane-force winds extend outward up to 60 miles (95 km) from the center and tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 205 miles (335 km). A sustained wind of 43 mph (69 km/h) and a gust to 49 mph (80 km/h) were recently reported by a National Ocean Service station at Texas Point, Texas, at Sabine Pass. A wind gust to 58 mph (93 km/h) was recently reported at Cameron, Louisiana. No significant change in strength is likely before landfall. Rapid weakening is expected after Laura moves inland.

The combination of a dangerous storm surge and the tide will cause normally dry areas near the coast to be flooded by rising waters moving inland from the shoreline. The water could reach the following heights above ground somewhere in the indicated areas if the peak surge occurs at the time of high tide...
- Johnson Bayou LA to Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge including Calcasieu Lake...15-20 ft
- Sea Rim State Park TX to Johnson Bayou LA including Sabine Lake...10-15 ft
- Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge to Intracoastal City LA...10-15 ft
Intracoastal City LA to Morgan City including Vermilion Bay...8-12 ft
- Port Bolivar TX to Sea Rim State Park...6-9 ft
- Morgan City LA to Mouth of the Mississippi River...4-7 ft
- Freeport TX to Port Bolivar including Galveston Bay...2-4 ft
- Mouth of the Mississippi River to Ocean Springs MS incl. Lake Borgne...1-3 ft
- Lake Pontchartrain and Lake Maurepas...1-3 ft

Through Friday, Laura is expected to produce the following
rainfall totals:
- Across the northwestern Gulf Coast from far southwest Louisiana and the Golden Triangle of Southeast Texas: 8 to 12 inches with isolated totals of 18 inches.
- Across central and the rest of western Louisiana into far eastern Texas: 5 to 10 inches with isolated totals of 15 inches.
- Across much of Arkansas: 3 to 7 inches with isolated totals of 10 inches.
This rainfall will cause widespread flash and urban flooding, small streams and creeks to overflow their banks, and minor to moderate freshwater river flooding.

The next complete advisory will be issued by NHC at 4 a.m. CDT -


Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management

Montgomery County Residents our Hurricane Laura Call Center is now CLOSED. Call the main line to our office if you are in need of assistance.

Please remember during times of a disaster, only use 911 if it is a life-threatening emergency.


7am Update

7 AM CDT Update: Laura is now a Cat 3 hurricane, the first MAJOR hurricane in the Gulf in the month of August since Harvey (2017). No changes to the track with landfall still near the TX/LA border. #glswx #houwx #txwx #bcswx

Next update will be around 11 AM CDT.


Montgomery County Fire Marshal's Office

A Tropical Storm warning has just been issued for Montgomery County. We can expect tropical storm force winds within 36 hours.

Dependent on the storm’s track, parts of the County may see little rainfall, increasing our risk of wildfires.

A Burn Ban is in effect at this time for all unincorporated areas of Montgomery County.


Today's update has Laura tracking towards the east side of the Louisiana and Texas boarder. We are still expecting to see heavy rain and strong winds from this storm. But the forecast is constantly changing so we'll continue to keep you updated.

Here are the latest (4 PM CDT) updates on both Tropical Storms Marco and Laura. Please note the changes to the Watches now affecting the local area for Tropical Storm Laura. Stay tuned! #HurricaneSeason2020 #glswx #houwx #txwx


With Hurricane Marco tracking further east over Louisiana and then weakening over land before turning west towards Texas, we expect to see some rainfall from whats left of that storm.

Tropical Storm Laura, which is predicted to strengthen to a Catagory 1 or 2 Hurricane is now traking further west towards the Texas and Louisiana border. If it continues on the same track we will see heavy rainfall and strong winds as it begins to make landfall. This could definitely cause flooding in our area. Please be prepared and stay updated on the possible outcomes of these storms and how they will impact our area.

More information can be found here:


*** A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for...
* The northern coast of the Dominican Republic from Samana to the border with Haiti,and the entire coast of the Haiti
* The southeastern Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands
* Cuban provinces of Camaguey, Las Tunas, Holguin, Guantanamo,Santiago de Cuba, Granma, Ciego De Avila, Sancti Spiritus, Villa Clara, Cienfuegos, Matanzas, Mayabeque, La Habana, Artemisa, Pinar del Rio, and the Isle of Youth

A Tropical Storm Watch is in effect for...
* The central Bahamas and Andros Island
* Florida Keys from Ocean Reef to Key West and the Dry Tortugas, as well as Florida Bay

Tropical storm conditions are expected within portions of the warning area in the Dominican Republic and Haiti through this evening. Tropical storm conditions are expected within portions of the warning area in Cuba later today through Monday. Tropical storm conditions are possible within portions of the watch area tonight through Monday evening.

At 2 p.m. EDT, the center of Tropical Storm Laura was located about 80 miles (130 km) southeast of Guantanamo, Cuba. It's moving toward the west-northwest near 21 mph (33 km/h), and this general motion with some decrease in forward speed is expected over the next couple of days. A turn toward the northwest is foreast on Wednesday. On the forecast track, the center of Laura will move near or over Cuba tonight and Monday, and move over the southeastern Gulf of Mexico Monday night and Tuesday. Laura is expected to move
over the central and northwestern Gulf of Mexico Tuesday night and Wednesday.

Maximum sustained winds are near 50 mph (85 km/h) with higher gusts. Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 140 miles (220 km) from the center. Little change in strength is forecast while Laura moves near Cuba. However, strengthening is forecast after the storm moves over the Gulf of Mexico, and Laura is forecast to become a hurricane late Tuesday or Tuesday night.

Laura is expected to produce the following rainfall accumulations through Tuesday:
- Dominican Republic, Haiti and Cuba: 4 to 8 inches, with maximum amounts of 12 inches.
- This heavy rainfall could lead to life-threatening flash and urban flooding, and the potential for mudslides across the Greater Antilles.
- Rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches, with isolated maximum totals of 5 inches, is expected over the Turks and Caicos, southeast Bahamas, and Jamaica.
- Rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches are expected across the Florida Keys.

The next complete advisory will be issued by NHC at 5 p.m. EDT -

Our Story

Currently we cover approximately 53 square miles with five stations. We are a combination department staffed with both Career employees and Volunteer members staffing stations 24/7.

Our Current Apparatus Inventory Includes: 3 Command Vehicles - 7 Engines - 5 Boosters - 2 Tankers - 1 Rescue - 2 Rescue Boats - 2 jet skis - 1 5-ton…

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As residences of our community, you have the latest in emergency equipment, training and technologically advanced fire, rescue and medical support available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The Caney Creek Fire Department also offers:

· Free home safety inspections

· Smoke detectors to homes that don’t have one

· Station tours

· Junior firefighter program for members 18 years and older

· Don Granger Scholarship Program

· Street reflective address signs sold for $15.00



16723 FM-2090
Conroe, TX

General information

Caney Creek Volunteer Fire Department was created in April 2010 by consolidating the Grangerland Volunteer Fire Department with the Bennette Volunteer Fire Department. The Montgomery County Emergency Services District #9 board members and the members of both fire departments felt we could better service the community by becoming one.
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