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Don’t Wait – Check the Date!

Smoke alarms/detectors can only save your life if they are working. They should be replaced every 10 years, in addition to testing them every month and replacing the batteries every 6 to 12 months.


For answers to Frequently Asked Questions, please visit our Smoke Detector Safety webpage here.

Fire Chief Announces Improving Emergency Medical Services


A year ago, voters approved unallocated funds for our District to enhance emergency medical services delivery.


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Pflugerville Fire Department Art Contest


Pflugerville Fire Department, Travis County ESD #2, the Board of Commissioners, and Department Administration are non-partisan and do not engage in political activities or endorse candidates for office.  


The Pflugerville Firefighters’s Association, Local 4137, an affiliate of the International Fire Fighters Association, (AFL-CIO) does not officially represent the Fire Department’s position.   


- Ronald G. Moellenberg, Fire Chief

Celebrating 60 years of Service

Burn Ban Off

When Burn Ban is OFF, you still need a permit. CLICK HERE for Request Form. For outdoor burn instructions, CLICK HERE.

Code Enforcement

Effective October 1, 2015 The District will be utilizing 2012 IFC codes for inspections and plan reviews concerning occupancies within the city limits of Pflugerville, and 2015 IFC codes for inspections and plan reviews concerning occupancies outside the city limits.

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