Public Education

Fire Safety

The Highland Village Fire Department strives to bring public education and awareness to the residents of Highland Village. We partner with the Flower Mound SAFE team each October for a fire safety presentation at our local schools as well as informational tours of our fire station. 

Staying educated is important to you and your family's fire safety and awareness.  The National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA)  "Learn Not to Burn" program has been a pillar of educational programs for more than 40 years and can give you valuable information to keep your family safe.  The NFPA website has information on how to make a home fire escape plan and practice it with your family so that, in the event of a fire, everyone will know what to do.

They also have a safe and interactive environment to assist in educating the younger members of your family via the Sparky the Fire Dog website.

For more valuable information on fire safety, visit or call our Administration Office at (972) 317-0890.

Firefighter with Children touring the engine