IMG ChiefMessage from the Fire Chief


To the Cy-Fair Community,

Saving Lives and Protecting Property is more than just the slogan of Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department. It is at the heart of our mission to provide residents of and visitors to our community with extraordinary service.

In 2017, CFVFD members responded to 26,953 calls. Our emergency crews responded to car accidents, structure fires, high-acuity emergency medical incidents, victims trapped in high water, and continually cared for the health and safety of our community.

These efforts are possible because of the hard work of our team of more than 500 professionals and volunteers. Our dispatchers answer your 911 calls on the worst days of your life, and send well-trained crews to handle emergencies of every kind. Our IT professionals work to ensure our records and systems are always in working order. Our vehicle and facilities maintenance members work tirelessly to ensure our apparatus and stations are ready when your calls come in. Our training division, administration, and command staff support our members on the front lines, as they provide life-saving EMS and property-protecting fire suppression services.

This Report to the Community is designed to give our community and our customers a snapshot of our organization’s 2017, and provide a summary of our plans for 2018. This report highlights accomplishments from the past year, none of which would have been possible without the support of our CFVFD Board of Directors, Harris County Emergency Services District #9 Commissioners, and the citizens we serve.

It is an honor for all of us to serve our community. We thank you for your trust and confidence.



Amy Ramon, JD

Fire Chief


2017 Annual Report