87 Coronado Drive
Fax: (830) 257-8455
The Kerrville Fire Department is part of the Alamo Area Fire Chief's Hiring Consortium.
The Alamo Area Fire Chiefs Association will be conducting its next Hiring Consortium Testing on March 30th at 0800 hrs or March 31st at 1300 hrs. You need only to schedule 1 test time. Test will be conducted at Schertz Civic Center. For more information on the test please contact:
or call 210-659-0333 extension 785.
Application Deadline is March 26, 2015 at 5:00pm
Fore all other inquires please contact: Rebecca Priess at
The primary Mission of the Kerrville Fire Department is the preservation of life, property, and the environment by providing the citizens of Kerrville and Kerr County twenty-four hour protection through fire suppression, rescue operations, emergency medical services and fire prevention efforts.
Providing Fire Protection to over 25,000 people spread out over 21 Square Miles in the City and in our First Response Area of 98 Square Miles in the County.
Providing Emergency Medical Services to over 49,000 people spread out over 1,108 Square Miles in the City and the County.
Kerrville’s Public Protection Classification Improved From a Class 3 To a Class 2 - This Could Result In Lower Property Insurance Rates
In 2007, the Insurance Services Office (ISO) conducted an extensive Public Protection Classification (PPC) survey for the City of Kerrville. In 2008, the ISO notified the City that as a result of their survey they have recommended to the Texas Department of Insurance / State Fire Marshal’s Office that our PPC should be improved from a Class 3 to a Class 2 and should result in lower property insurance rates for Kerrville residents and businesses.
The ISO is the leading supplier of statistical, underwriting and actuarial information for the property/casualty insurance industry. Their Public Protection Classification survey is an analysis of the structural fire suppression delivery system provided in a community and they then assign that community a PPC ranging from 1 to 10. A Class 1 rating represents exemplary fire protection and Class 10 rating indicates that the area’s fire suppression program does not meet minimum recognized criteria. The PPC number developed by ISO is one of several elements considered in the calculation of individual and commercial property insurance premiums by most insurance companies in Texas.