Holly Lake Volunteer Fire Department


Facts about the Holly Lake Volunteer Fire Department (HLVFD).

  • An all-volunteer fire department
  • Serves the Holly Lake Ranch and surrounding community in East Texas since 1971 covering 58 square miles.
  • Provides fire and rescue services and basic first aid.
  • Champion EMS Station
  • 501(c)(3) Corporation
  • ISO-assigned Property Protection Class (PPC) "5" that reduces homeowners insurance to all structures within 5 miles of the HLVFD station.

126 PR 7869 Hawkins, TX 75765

Coverage Area

coverage map

Mission Statement: To serve our community by providing residents with the best fire, medical, and rescue services.



Dial 911 in case of Emergency







suspended indefinitely

we will notify you when it starts again



Next Waffle Breakfast

Saturday, July 4,2020

at 7:00 am - 10:30 am

at the Fire Hall


All you can eat only $5

includes waffle with all the toppings and sausage

coffee and orange juice



           Spring is here. 

Tips to keep your home safe this Spring: 

  • Clean your garage of stored newspapers or other rubbish that can fuel a fire.
  • Test your smoke alarms montly.
  • To help prevent nuisance alarms, gently vacuum your smoke alarms every six months or as needed.
  • Change the batteries in your smoke alarms, flalshlights, and carbon monoxide detectors.  Spring is known for severe storms that may cause long power outages.
  • Never borrow smoke alarm batteries to use for toys or other equipment. 
  • Replace your smoke alarms every 10 years or as recommended by the manufacturer. 
  • Keep outdoor debris or dead vegetation away from the house
  • Properly dispose of oily or greasy rags; if these items must be stored, keep them in labeled, sealed, metal containers.  
  • Store gasoline outside your home in a shed or detached garage. Keep only small quantities in tightly sealed containers. Use gasoline only as a motor fuel - never as a cleaning agent.
  •  Use your outdoor barbecue grill with caution.  Place in a safe area away from buildings, windows, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning units or places with high/dead vegetation.
  • Never use gasoline to start the fire, and do not add charcoal lighter fluid once the fire has started.
  • Use barbecue grills outside only, do not place under overhangs or balconies, and away from combustibles.
  • Check your propane barbecue grill hose for leaks and cracks; never store propane indoors.

     Be safe and drink plenty of water.



Below are 2020 Award Recipients

 HLVFD Award Winners 021120

Corey Ervin  –  Firefighter of the Year Award

Al Murfin  –  Distinguished Service Award

Aaron Aasgaard  –  Top Hand Award

Cheryl Thomas  –  Officer of the Year Award


Please join us in congratulating these very dedicated firefighters.



Hook & Ladder

Suspended indefinitely

Every second Tuesday at 6:30 pm

at the HLVFD Fire Hall

Enjoy a pot luck supper, a brief program,

and support your Fire Department



Become a Holly Lake
Volunteer Firefighter

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter with the Holly Lake Volunteer Fire Department:

Come to a meeting on the first or third Tuesday.

Meet the firefighters and receive an application.



download an application.

(Print BOTH pages)

Page 1

Page 2


and bring them to a meeting.


HLVFD Member Requirements

  • Be between the age of 18 and 65 years
  • Be physically and mentally fit to meet the demands of the department
  • Have a valid Texas driver’s license and a clean driving record
  • Cannot have a felony
  • Able to meet time commitments
  • Attend training meetings 1st and 3rd Tuesdays at 6:30pm and last Saturday