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  • What is the McGregor Volunteer Fire Department?
    The McGregor Volunteer Fire Department was established in 1920 to service the City of McGregor and surrounding areas for emergency services. Today, we continue to serve the City of McGregor and surrounding county area. In total, we serve 110 square miles of McLennan County. We are dispatched through the McGregor Police Department to any fire or rescue incidents that occur.
  • What does it take to be a McGregor Volunteer Fire Fighter?
    Volunteer fire fighters are required to be 18 years of age, morally good background, and possess a valid Texas drivers license. All training is provided by the fire department, at no cost to fire fighters. A fire fighter will never be put in a situation that they are not trained to handle.
  • How do I join the McGregor Volunteer Fire Department?
    There are several ways. The first way is by printing out the application, and returning it to the fire department during our normal meetings, which is every Tuesday at 7:00 p.m., starting at Station 1, 302 S Madison Ave. You can also contact any fire fighter, who will be able to get you an application. If you would like to stop by during our training meetings, we would also be able to supply you with one there.
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