AVFD responded to 175 emergency calls last year. Maintains an ISO rating of 4. Has an average response time of 6.0 minutes. The department is 100 percent volunteer and depends on your donations to operate.
December 3 Antioch Volunteer Fire Department hosted a pressurized container burn and class. The class was open to all Harris County Fire Departs.
Antioch Volunteer Fire Department newly refurbished US Forestry Tanker working a brush fire on Mountain Hill Road 10/28/16. It has a 3,000 gal tank on an International Body. The tanker can deliver water in a spray pattern while being driven.
Saved tax payers based on paid fire fighter national mean wage times volunteers responded times hrs on scene. Antioch has 6 stations. The department has an average response time of 6 minutes or less of having a fire unit on scene.
4/2/17 Helen Lane Brush saved taxpayers $134.08
4/7/17 Fortson Rd automatic alarm save taxpayer $101.08
4/10/17 Schley Drive structure saved tax payers $1043.50
4/11/17 Watt Drive first responder saved tax payers $48.26
4/13/17 Spudnik Drive brush saved tax payers $134.08
4/19/17 Brush Schley Drive saved tax payers $72.4
4/20/17 Lickillet Road brush/bridge saved tax pays $98.63
4/22/17 219 and Manna MVC/rescue saved tax payers $468.50