Winter Weather Safety Tips

This weekend and again later next week, temperatures are set to fall down to freezing levels. While a hard freeze is unlikely to occur (sustained temperatures under 29 for more than two hours at a time) it is best to practice the “Four P’s” as the cold fronts set in:

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Restructure Public Announcement (with video)

December 27th, 2018

Cypress Creek Volunteer Fire Department and Harris County Emergency Services District 13 Announce Organizational Restructuring.

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Harris County ESD 13 (HCESD 13) and Cypress Creek Fire Department Deliver Smiles for Christmas

On Thursday December 20th, staff from Cypress Creek Fire Department delivered a load of toys that had been donated by our residents for The Salvation Army to brighten the holidays of Harris County children.

This year, The Salvation Army is experiencing a shortage of toys, and every little bit helps. Asst. Chief Blackman and the crew were happy to make the trip to help support area children for the holidays. If you have any toys you would like to donate you can reach out to The Salvation Army’s Captain Jay Ward at 832-499-3211 to find out where they have the most need.

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Volunteer with CCFD!

Volunteer's are a critical component of our service delivery. While our volunteers are not burdened with fundraising, training and staffing are significant time commitments. If you are interested in becoming a member of our team or want to know more about what you can do to help please contact us at volunteer@ccvfd.com

A portrait of America's volunteer fire service: The Call

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Stop the Bleed Day

Cypress Creek EMS will host multiple classes on National Stop The Bleed Day (March 31).

"Since a person with a severe arterial injury can bleed out and die in as little as three minutes, the key to saving more people injured in a shooting, stabbing, car wreck, home or industrial accident is having someone on the scene who can help while help in on the way or in the case of a mass shooting until help can get to you. Until help arrives, you ARE the help. Bleeding out is the top preventable cause of traumatic death. It’s estimated that 20 to 30 percent of the people who are dying could be saved with earlier intervention."

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