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Emergency Alert

Lake Corpus Christi is over 100% capacity. Officials are releasing water to accommodate more inflow. Learn more about the water release at www.cctexas.com/waterreleases


Fire Department Budget:  $47,336,958 (FY 2014)
 

Personnel:  414 Civil Service and 17 Civilian
 

Estimated Population Served:  approximately 324,074
 

Square Miles Covered:  170 square miles
 

Workweek (Operations Personnel): 56 hours
 

Facilities:  17 Fire Stations in 3 districts
 

Frontline Apparatus:  16 Engines, 5 Trucks, 11 Medic Units, Rescue Truck, Brush Trucks, Rescue Boat, Hazardous Materials Unit, Command Van and other specialty units
 

Responses:  47,653 (2014)
 

Specialized Areas Include:  Hazardous Materials, Dive Team, USAR Team, and SWAT medics
 

A Multi-Functional Organization that Includes: Administration, Fire Suppression, Special Services, Emergency Medical Services, Fire Prevention and Arson Investigation, Training, Apparatus Management, Emergency Management, and Local Emergency Planning Committee
 

ISO Rating: 2