San Saba Volunteer Fire Department proudly protects appx 6ooo people living in an area of 1137 square miles. We operate out of 1 station that protects a primarily rural area. Our department is a public department whose members are on a volunteer status.
The San Saba Fire Department provides Fire and Rescue services for both the City and County of San Saba. The San Saba Fire Department is first out on all structure fires and rescue calls within the county. Richland Springs, Cherokee, and Elm Grove Fire Departments are also located within San Saba county and are primarely set up for fighting grass fires. The San Saba Fire Department provides not only fire suppresion and extrication, but also water rescue, high angle rescue, severe weather spotting, and fire prevention.