Fire Station

Trophy Club Fire Department provides primary fire and emergency medical services to the Town of Trophy Club and some surrounding areas.  The department has grown from an all-volunteer department into a fully paid, professional fire department.  Trophy Club’s Fire Station houses state of the art emergency response apparatus, including one fire engine, one aerial truck, two mobile intensive care unit (MICU) equipped ambulances, one paramedic squad quick response vehicle, one wildland fire fighting vehicle, two chief level command vehicles, a rehab vehicle, and one community risk reduction (CRR) trailer.   Shift crews work a 48/96 schedule with three shifts.  Each shift begins at 6:30 am and ends at 6:30 am two days later.  Shift staffing is comprised of 15 full-time paid professional firefighters and supplemented with 17 part-time paid professional firefighters.   One Deputy Chief serves as operations supervisor and Fire Marshal.  The Fire Chief is the leader of the organization.  The Fire Chief and Deputy Chief respond to all fires and other major emergencies.


2015 New Fire Truck LR (3)
Truck 681
  • 2015 Pierce Arrow
  • Ladder Height - 105’
Engine 681
Engine 681
  • 2007 Pierce Arrow
  • Water Tank Capacity - 750 gallons
  • Pump Capacity - 1500 gpm
Medic 681
  • 2018 Road Rescue
  • Mobile Intensive Care Unit
  • Stryker cot power-load system
Squad 681
Squad 681
  • 2017 Ford Explorer
  • Paramedic Quick Response
  • Community Outreach

brush truck
Brush 681
  • 2010 Ford F550
  • 300 Gallon tank
  • Wildland firefighting truck

Dispatch 9-1-1

Denco Area 9-1-1 provides dispatch service for the Town of Trophy Club and over 50 other Denton County public service agencies. They have 11 communication centers to serve the area. Non-Emergency Dispatch can be reached at 972.434.5500, then select option 9.