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Station 72 Updates

Station 72 Updates

The New 72 is coming! Spring Fire is proud to announce that a new Spring Fire Station 72 will be built at the entrance to Northampton. There will be many changes on Northcrest in the new year as construction gets underway on the New Spring Fire Station 72. The old...

A Training Center in the Making

A Training Center in the Making

A Training Center in the Making Spring Firefighters take an oath to save lives and property. Training is how they keep that oath. Strengthening skills and gaining new ones prepares your Spring firefighters for your worst day.    Creating a fire training center here in...

Honoring Those Who Serve Spring with Distinction

Honoring Those Who Serve Spring with Distinction

Honoring Those Who Serve Spring with Distinction Spring Firefighters and Officers received multiple honors at the department’s annual awards banquet on November 4, 2023. “In our 70th year in service to Spring, these firefighters have done extraordinary things and...

Spring Fire Honors Firefighters

Spring Fire Honors Firefighters

Six Spring Firefighters received major honors on Saturday night at the 2022 Awards Banquet.   Fire Chief’s Award – John Nanninga Part-time firefighter John Nanninga, who first joined the Spring Fire Department as a volunteer in 1999, was honored with the Fire...

Car Seats Save Lives

Car Seats Save Lives

Child Car Seats Save Lives The numbers are staggering. Someone dies in a motor vehicle crash every 14 minutes in the United States. Interstate 45 that bisects Spring makes headlines as the “most dangerous road in the entire U.S.”  The National Highway Traffic Safety...

Safetober Fest

Safetober Fest

Our Thanks to all who participated in Safe-tober Fest! Our first ‘Safe’tober Fest was a big success for two ‘huge’ reasons: the amazing families that came out to Old Town Spring and our mutual aid agencies that brought their safety “A game”. From the Harris County...

Spring Firefighters Join the Wildfire Fight

Spring Firefighters Join the Wildfire Fight

The Spring Fire Department’s Captain Tim Weiman and Firefighter Jason Adams spent several days and nights battling the Eastland Complex Fire west of Fort Worth. Houston TV reporters followed their journey.