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Wed. May 30th 2018
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Wed. Mar 28th 2018
Just a friendly reminder, possession and/or discharge of fireworks are prohibited in the City Limits of Jamaica Beach. This includes along the beachfront as well between the State Park and the West e...
Wed. Mar 28th 2018
Fires must be in an approved container that has a lid (ie. firepit or grill)Open fires on the sand or even in a hole in the sand are forbidden as this may lead to fires in the dunes and the coals may ...
Wed. Mar 28th 2018
Snakes in the dunes. Please keep away from the dunes, especially children and pets. Hibernating season for snakes has ended and there have already been reports of snake sightings on the west end.

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Business Meeting - 1st Wednesday of the month at 7:00pm

Training/Work Nights - 2nd and 3rd Wednesday of the month at 6:30pm

July 4th Fundraiser - Cancellation

Neighbors, friends and supporters,

In light of the current trend in reported COVID-19 cases in Galveston County and in Texas, and in support of our mission to protect and support our community, the Jamaica Beach VFD has elected to cancel our 44th annual July 4th fundraiser for this year.  While we were looking forward to seeing everyone that comes out to support us, we could not in good conscience hold a gathering that could possibly contribute to the spread of COVID-19 and jeopardize the health of those that support us.  

We are 100% volunteer organization and all of our support comes from our community through our yearly fundraiser.  For those of you that have already contributed, we thank you very much for your support.  For those of you that may still wish to contribute, please either go to the donation link of the website or feel free to mail your donation to JBVFD - 5355 Jamaica Beach, Jamaica Beach, TX. 77554.  .   

On behalf of the officers and members, we hope to see you next year.  We continue to be thankful for the support we receive from our community. 

Kyle Baden

Fire Chief

Beach Closed for Independence Day Weekend: Mayor Steve Spicer signed an executive order for the beach closure Wednesday after the City of Galveston recently announced the closure of their beaches and with beach closures being announced up and down the Texas Coast. The city feels it is in the best interest of our residents and visitors to close the beach ahead of the busy holiday weekend.

Beach Closure Order


Corona Virus

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