Welcome Baby Kagen
It's not everyday we get to be part of helping a new life come into this world. On May 28th, 2017 we got to do just that. The family came and shared the new little one with us! Welcome Kagen! UPDATE Photo of Kagen at 1 year!
Certificate of Recognition
January 14, 2017
"So I get the privilege of being the Fire Chief of the best Volunteer Department in the Midwest!!!! Its been awesome getting to see how our roster of members has turned into a family. I'm extremely proud of every single one of my members and the work and dedication they put into serving the community and people around us. We thank the community for their support of us. Everyone is very deserving of their life saving awards tonight. Thanks again Scott Ourth for your kind words and faith in what we work so hard to do." - Chief Prickett
A Special Guest at Open House
July 8, 2016
When there's a call, we come from many walks of life, leave our jobs and family to help yours. In this case farmers left the field to come help! We have such a great group of members on our department. Our community only deserves the best, and that's what our community has! - Photo from Lt. Atkin
June 9th, 2016
The HVFD just got notification today that we we received the grant request for new fire helmets for all members. This was given from the Prairie Meadows Community Betterment Grant!!!!
Storm Siren - Out of Service
May 9th, 2016
PLEASE NOTE: Hartford's outdoor severe weather sirens are not working properly. According to forecasts, severe weather is expected all week, with the possibility of high winds and hail. It is imperative that anyone who plans on being outside in Hartford today or this week knows that our outdoor sirens are not working. Do not count on them to warn you about impending weather. The City of Hartford encourages you to monitor local forecasts, make sure your weather radios are working, and download weather apps that can alert you and your family to severe weather. Our highest priority is to make sure our residents and visitors are safe. The City is working diligently to get the outdoor sirens working and will let you know when the problem has been resolved. In the meantime, please closely monitor forecasts if you plan to be outside.