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DOVFD serves as the primary responding department for all emergencies in the Town of Double Oak and surrounding areas of Denton County. The tradition of volunteering to serve the community lives on. DOVFD is the only remaining 100% volunteer fire department in Denton County. None of our members receive any compensation for their dedicated work. For the DOVFD, the satisfaction of helping others during a difficult event in their lives is our motivation.

Our website has a lot of information about our department, events, and fire safety. Each fire safety message contains a link for additional information. The website is created and maintained within our department and can be viewed on any browser except for Internet Explorer.

Smoke Detector Batteries

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  • Install smoke alarms in every bedroom, outside each sleeping area, and on every level of the home.
  • Test smoke alarms at least once a month using the test button, and make sure everyone in your home knows their sound.
  • If an alarm “chirps,” warning the battery is low, replace the battery right away.
  • The manufacturers recommend that smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms be replaced every 10 years.
  • Reminder: Electric wired smoke detectors in residences have battery back-ups.
  • Compressed air can be used to blow out detectors and reduce the chance of false alarms.
Visit the National Fire Protection Association for additional information.
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Burn Status

This has the latest information for open burning in Denton County.
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Weather Station

Our local weather station in Double Oak.
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Live Scanner

Listen to live radio traffic from fire departments in Denton County including Flower Mound, Highland Village, and Lewisville.
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July 4th Sponsors from 2014

See the list of generous sponsors for our annual event. There is no way to fully express our gratitude for their loyalty. We at DOVFD are continually inspired by the the dedication and generosity of sponsors who answer the call to give.

Recent Calls

Fire Alarm
Emergency Medical Services
Structure Fire - Mutual Aid
Emergency Medical Services
Motor Vehicle Accident
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Joe Dent, Fire Chief

1110 Cross Timbers Drive
Double Oak, Texas 75077
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100% Volunteer

Established 1980

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Texas Intrastate Fire
Mutual Aid System

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