Regional Fire Coordinators (RFC) are supervisory employees that respond to wildfires as well as interact regularly with the community and local government. RFCs also help train and equip area fire departments and work with local communities to reduce potential wildfire risks.
ABOUT: OUR MISSION
Texas A&M Forest Service provides statewide leadership to assure the state’s trees, forests and related natural resources are protected and sustained for the benefit of all.
Fulfilling the service component of a land-grant university system, Texas A&M Forest Service has:
A Call to Serve
Providing technical assistance, program delivery and readily-available, easily-accessible, science-based information
A Duty to Protect
Providing protection against wildland fires and other all-hazard emergencies
The Commitment to Support
Promoting statewide forestry-based economic development, the environment and the well-being of the state
The Power of Partnership
Building partnerships and coalitions with other organizations that share our mission because we know we are stronger together
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Texas A&M Forest Service
Regional Fire Coordinator
205 N Bridge St
Victoria, Texas 77902 Phone:
Services provided in:
- Calhoun County, Texas
- Goliad County, Texas
- Gonzales County, Texas
- Jackson County, Texas
- Lavaca County, Texas
- Victoria County, Texas