Fire

Fire Inspection Program

The goal of Kilgore Fire Marshal’s Office fire inspection program is to minimize risk of life and property loss from fire. We do this by eliminating hazardous conditions in businesses. The mission is to ensure these facilities meet the established standards for fire and life safety provided for in promulgated rules and/or National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards, and other codes adopted by the City of Kilgore.

Fee Schedule

Description

Fee

Fire Alarm Permit: $100.00
Fire Sprinklers Permit: $100.00
Fire Suppression Systems:
(systems include paint booths, kitchen hood systems, and underground fire mains)

Meadowbrook Golf and Events Center Easter Egg Hunt

Date Time: 
April 4, 2015 | 10:30am
Location: 
1306 Houston Street, Kilgore, Texas

Kilgore Fire Department Spring Training 2015 "Wildlife Fire Training" April 13-17,2015

Date: 
March 19, 2015

Date: April 13-17. 2015 

Time: 9 A.M. to 5:00 p.m. daily

Location: Meadowbrook Golf and Events Center, 1306 Houston Street, Kilgore, Texas

 

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Over 50 Safety Page

Smoking

Careless smoking is the leading cause of fire deaths and the second leading cause of injuries among people ages 65 and older. Cigarettes continue to burn when they are not properly extinguished. When a resting cigarette is accidentally knocked over, it can smolder for hours before a flare-up occurs. Before you light your next cigarette, remember:

Kilgore Rescue and Fire

The Rescue Unit is a volunteer organization that performs under the direction of the Fire Department and is supervised by the Fire Chief.

 

Rescue members are selected following an application, driver’s license record check, criminal history and background check by the Fire Marshal, and a drug and alcohol screen performed by the City Physician. Applicants will then be approved by current Rescue members and the Rescue Chief. Final acceptance and approval will be made by the Fire Chief.