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Fire Training Center 

12001 Independence Pkwy. has been identified as a site for the planned Frisco Fire Training Center. 

In 2011, the Frisco Fire Department responded to more than 8,200 calls for service . Each call for service has its own unique and challenging circumstances that potentially place Frisco firefighters in hazardous situations. Frisco firefighters are able to safely mitigate these hazardous situations based on the variety of classroom and practical training they receive. With this in mind, it is a top priority of the Frisco Fire Department to provide a highly trained workforce for Frisco's citizens and visitors. 

Future FFD Training Center Site



Simulated bedroom fire

Simulated bedroom fire


The new Frisco Fire Training Center will be a state-of-the-art emergency operations training facility where firefighters receive the knowledge and experience necessary to make hazardous situations safer situations.

The training center will include buildings offering a variety of scenarios that present firefighters with a realistic interactive training experience.

Within these buildings props will mimic hazards firefighters may face at emergency scenes. The props will operate using clean burning, environmentally friendly fuels such as natural gas. Non-toxic artificial smoke generators will be used to mimic smoke conditions.

For more information or for answers to your questions, please feel free to contact Training Division Chief Cameron Kraemer at 972.292.6300 or CKraemer@FriscoFire.com.


Simulated hazardous materials fire


Simulated couch fire with rollover

Simulated hazardous
materials fire

Simulated couch fire
with rollover


City of Frisco, Texas
George A. Purefoy Municipal Center

6101 Frisco Square Blvd
Frisco, Texas 75034
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