The Freeport Fire and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Department is proud to serve the citizens of Freeport, Oyster Creek, Quintana, and the surrounding rural areas of Brazoria County.
The Department provides basic fire protection and basic emergency medical services for nearly 20,000 Brazosport area residents, responding to approximately 2,500 calls a year.
Freeport ambulances are registered with the state as BLS (basic life support) with MICU (Mobile Intensive Care Unit) capability.
Community Programs & Emergency Weather Preparedness
In addition to emergency services, the Department is active in the community with many fire prevention programs and is the Emergency Management organization responsible for coordinating the city response to severe weather or industrial events.
The Department maintains tropical storm and hurricane readiness year-round.
The Department shares Old Fire Station 2 with the Freeport Parks Department where they administer the Community Service Program for local offenders who are ordered by the court to perform community service. Community service check-in is at the Old Station 2 on Gulf Boulevard behind McDonald's.