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...
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...
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...
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.
According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), US fire departments respond annually to an estimated 172,900 home structure fires caused by cooking activities.
Open doors give fire more ability to spread as one Spring family learned early this morning. Shortly after 12:30, A-Shift Spring Firefighters were dispatched to a house fire on Morgan Park Lane.
An ill-fated effort to light a fire in fireplace got the weekend off to a very eventful start Friday night for Spring Fire’s B-Shift crews.
Spring Fire Department, Greater Harris County 9-1-1 & Commissioner Jack Cagle Recognize 8-year-old 9-1-1 Kid Hero
On January 11, 2022, Justin Clayton Jr., 8, was honored by the Greater Harris County 9-1-1 Emergency Network (GHC 9-1-1), Harris County Commissioner Jack Cagle, neighbor Bob Schenck and Spring Fire Chief Scott Seifert at Spring Fire Station 74.
Very early on New Years’ Day, two 9-1-1 calls came into the Texas Emergency Communications Center (TECC), which dispatches Spring Firefighters and another area departments to fires across hundreds of miles of North Harris County.
Join us in honoring those who have gone above and beyond in 2021 from the 112 full-time Spring Firefighters, 10 part-time Spring Firefighters and dozens of volunteer Spring Firefighters.
It was a very busy Sunday night into Monday morning for Spring Firefighters. B-shift tackled two fully involved garage fires: the first in Greengate Place and the second in Devonshire Woods.
The jolly old elf himself asked for a ride through Spring to see all the good girls and boys in Spring. We couldn’t turn down a request from Santa so old Kris Kringle will be the Captain’s seat of a Spring Fire Engine on the first two Saturdays in December.