During the open house, the main fire station in Little Elm was alive with activity. Firefighters held tours of the station including their living quarters. In the main bay, vendors from the Police Community Service and other safety booths were set up for public information. There were face painters, kid’s events, free hot dogs, home safety, bike safety and much more. Outside the kids were instructed on putting out fires and even got to spray the fires with a hose. It was another great event for the families of the community and surrounding areas.
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McKINNEY, TX – During the regular meeting Tuesday, City Council honored Battalion Chief George Cook and acknowledged his heroic actions that saved two lives. On the afternoon of July 13, Cook was off-duty at Walmart in Princeton, Texas when a disgruntled employee assaulted Cook, leaving him with life threatening injuries. A second person was also assaulted during the attack. Cook, while still…Read More
PROPSER, TX – A cooperative agreement between the Towns of Prosper and Little Elm will result in fire and emergency medical service coverage for residents of the two fast-growing communities as they continue to build up their capabilities, says Prosper Fire Chief Ronnie Tucker. “This agreement is not unprecedented, but it is certainly out of the ordinary,” he said. “The excellent relationship…Read More
Ceremony to include unveiling of redesigned memorial trailer PROSPER, TX – As another anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attack approaches, the Prosper Fire Department will again pay solemn homage to the victims with a ceremony steeped in reverence and remembrance, says Fire Chief Ronnie Tucker. “There is simply nothing more honorable, more courageous, or more heroic than someone giving their life…Read More
Funds would cover cost of hiring for new west side station PROSPER, TX – Prosper’s Fire Department is preparing for the start of construction of the department’s second fire station on the Town’s burgeoning west side, planning for the necessary amenities and personnel to staff it, says Fire Chief Ronnie Tucker. “Ramping up a fully functioning fire house from scratch takes lots…Read More