The Spicewood VFD is looking for both males and females that would like to join our department and help the community out when in need. We provide all training. Come to the business meeting held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:30.
28th Annual Destruction Derby
The Results Are In
What an exciting evening we had at the Destruction Derby.
We at Spicewood VFD-EMS would like to THANK everyone who made this event possible, from our volunteers, sponsors, drivers and most of all our Community.
Below is the results our the races:
Full Size Car
1st Place Matt Johnson
2nd Place Eli Sheffield
3rd Place David Tomczeek
Compact Car Race
1st Place Cody Williamson
2nd Place John Rinehart
3rd Place Garrett Vaughn
Events updated for 2019
March 9 Open House 8am11am Pancake Breakfast
May 18 Fish Fry
Sept 14 Derby
Sept 21 Rain Date
Cancelled Halloween Carnival
Please check the corresponding fundraiser pages for further information.
SVFD-EMS acquires Genesis Rescue Tools
Thank you Spicewood for another great year! SVFD-EMS has acquired new Genesis Rescue tools. These are battery operated extrication tools used to free an individual from entrapment. We would like to thank Genesis for extensive training on their amazing tools. SVFD-EMS would also like to thank the commuity for enabling us to purchase state of the art tools such as these. These tools make Spicewood a safer place for everyone.
SVFD-EMS Business Meetings
Regular business meetings of members and prospective members are held at 7:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month at the fire hall.
New things happening at Spicewood VFD-EMS
We would like to thank Stokes Signs in Lakeway and Dennis Levlon, our President and Captain, for designing and organizing our new sign! It is such an great improvement to our facility.
A few of our devoted guys drove to Georgetown and traded trucks with another fire department from up north. We are now the proud owners of a 1990 BMY that will be used for brush fires and swift water rescues. Keep a look out as we upgrade and put it in service
Inquire about volunteer opportunites and join the department now!
MEET YOUR NEW FIRE CHIEF
Chief Lark Camacho
Meet Chief Camacho, The Chief has lived in the Spicewood area for over 20 years. He and his bride have 4 boys and a fur baby. Lark has received a serveral awards over the years.
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How we support first responders
The Hill Country 100 Club is an all-volunteer organization which supports first-responder families, bringing hope to where tragedy exists.
The 100 Club is usually the first organization to provide financial aid of $20,000 to the family of a first responder who is killed in the line of duty.
The 100 Club provides financial support within 24-48-hours, and ongoing support as needed.
We recognize and honor first responders who have been nominated by their organizations at our annual meeting/banquet.
On January 17, 2019 Joe Ribble and Lark Camacho received awards at the yearly banquet
Speaking of in service check out our 1967 Jeep Kaiser that made it home from being refurbished. 5651 was sent out a few months ago to be completely gone over, painted and a new skid unit installed, It is now ready to fight fire. Again thank you to our Captain Dennis Levlon and Don Conley for getting 5651 the TLC it deserves.