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Our Mission

For over 50 years the Sunrise Beach VFD has been responding whenever and however our community needs us.

Medical Response

When an accident or illness strikes, our trained and certified EMS First Responder Organization will be there when you need us.

Fire Protection

With over 40 trained and dedicated volunteers, we have the depth and experience to answer the call.

Disaster Assistance

Whether the cause is natural or man-made, the whole community needs our help when disaster strikes.

Help Us Help You

Giving Campaign 2022

Donate

The VFD depends on the generosity of our community for financial support.

Volunteers Needed

Join Us

All you need is enthusiasm and a desire to serve your community.

Our Annual Events

We hold four major community fundraising events throughout the year. Click on any one for more information.

Upcoming May 28th

Memorial Day BBQ

Join us in honoring our heroes and our nation with a day of food and fun.

Upcoming September 3rd

Sip and Stroll

Featuring works by local artists and selections from Hill Country wineries.

Upcoming October 15th

Bass Tournament

Fishing for prizes on Lake LBJ while helping the VFD. Everyone is a winner.

Returning April 2023

Golf Tournament

Enjoy a great round of golf complete with prizes, food, and refreshments.

Community News

Emergency Services District

As you may know, there is a citizen initiative underway to create an Emergency Services District (ESD) that would include the City of Sunrise Beach and other territory currently served by our Department. The VFD fully supports this effort as it would finally assure reliable, adequate, and equitable funding dedicated to providing critical protection for our community. You can learn more by visiting the LLano County ESD 5 website.

Fire Prevention

Wildland-Urban Interface

Just as the name implies, the wildland-urban interface is the boundary between developed areas with homes and businesses and the undeveloped, natural terrain. Proactive management of this zone is crucial to controlling the risk of wildfire disasters.

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