Plano Fire-Rescue

Plano Fire-Rescue is committed to protecting and enhancing the quality of life in Plano through a comprehensive program of fire and medical services directed toward public safety.


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Plano Fire-Rescue (PFR) is an Insurance Service Office (ISO) Class 1, Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI), and Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS) public safety department protecting a metropolitan population of 271,000 residents over 72 square miles with an all-hazards firefighting force of over 335 personnel, responding from 13 stations, offering:

  • EMS (ALS) transport 
  • Hazardous material (technician level) response
  • Heavy and technical rescue
  • USAR
  • Wildland firefighting
  • Prevention / inspection / investigation 
  1. Congratulations to the City Level winners of this year’s Fire Prevention Week Poster Contest!

    Plano Fire-Rescue would like to thank PISD and all the students who participated in this year’s contest. Read on...
  2. PFR to Perform Lab-Quality Testing, Thanks to Donation

    Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano has generously donated a $7,000 state-of-the-art blood analysis device, called an i-STAT®, to Plano Fire-Rescue for use in their expanding Community Paramedic Program. Read on...
  3. Plano Fire-Rescue Eligibility List Now Available

    An examination for the position of Fire Rescue Specialist was administered on April 23, 2014. The following eligibility roster was created as a result of that exam. This list shall be in effect for six months from this date unless exhausted earlier. Read on...
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