Media Contact: Chief Jason Worsdale

 Central Bell County Fire & Rescue Assumes New Area of Responsibility

NOLANVILLE, TX., August 8, 2017 – Effective immediately, The Bell County Commissioner’s Court in the interest of public safety has turned over all area operation responsibility of fire, rescue, and first responder responsibilities that was formally covered by Stillhouse Volunteer Fire Department.

“Central Bell County Fire & Rescue is excited about the opportunity and looks forward to providing the citizens of our new coverage area with the same professionalism and dedicated level of service that we currently provide to our existing community,” said Fire Chief Jason Worsdale, Central Bell County Fire & Rescue.

Central Bell County Fire Rescue EMS is a very proactive Department. We have recently undergone a State inspection and have upgraded our ISO/PPC from a 6/9 rating to a 4/4Y rating. What this means for our service area is that our citizens will realize a significant break on their Homeowners Insurance. Our goal is to work with the Water District in our new response area to bring this kind of upgrade to them also. CBC also staffs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We have some of the best response times in the county, with the proper apparatus for the call type being on scene somewhere between 3 to 5 minutes after dispatch. We have trained and certified EMT’s and First Responders on staff, as well as certified Firefighters to respond to any emergency that may arise. Our vehicles and equipment are up to date and certified annually. Our uniforms make us easily identifiable as CBC Firefighters. Our Chief holds a very high standard for all of our members. We at CBC truly believe that “Professionalism is NOT based on a Paycheck”.

It is the mission of Central Bell County Fire & Rescue to provide a full spectrum of fire, rescue and EMS response services to the citizens of the City of Nolanville and surrounding Bell County communities, as well as prevention and educational programs. We will do this via our dedicated professional volunteers, updated training, and our desire to serve our neighbors. We will continue to “Set the Standard” with our professionalism, ethics, values and fiscal responsibility.

For more information about Central Bell County Fire & Rescue, please visit our website at or call the station at 254-698-6891


Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: