The Spring Fire Department, Cypress Creek EMS, Tomball Fire Department and Northwest Community Health are teaming up with Invisible Fence of Greater Houston to help reduce the number of pets killed or injured in house fires each year.
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As the temperatures rise to the triple digits, the Spring Fire Department wants to share some tips to keep you and your family safe and cool this summer.
Your Spring firefighters are proud of their service to this community and proud of this nation. To show their American spirit, they are going back 243 years into the past to remind us what the founding fathers had to say in the Declaration of Independence.
Spring Fire Department holds high standards for its recruits as the department continues to evolve. Candidates from across the state tested for full time Firefighter/EMT positions in Spring, however only a select few will withstand the rigorous and demanding requirements to serve this community.
Spring firefighters consistently train to stay up to date on mayday situations. As firefighting becomes more challenging and dangerous due to new developments and synthetic construction materials, this training is now more important than ever.
Spring firefighters are teaming up with Harris County Animal Shelter to raise funds and find homes for animals in need.